Lana Del Rey has one album under her belt, but because the music industry is generally in the shitter, the weirdo singer-songwriter is set to release a deluxe edition of her debut album—the full title being Born to Die: Paradise Edition—on November 12. We don’t have to wait that long to hear the new tracks, however, as the chanteause has uploaded a YouTube montage of clips from the album.
The special edition / reissue will include the original fifteen tracks from "Born to Die" as well as a second disc of nine songs. One is, naturally, her cover of "Blue Velvet," which I can only assume she thought was written by David Lynch. More importantly, there’s a song titled, aptly, "Pussy," which includes the classic line, "My pussy tastes like Pepsi cola." Being a Coke man (and someone who is more into penises than vaginas), I can only say that I am a little concerned. Will too much of Lana Del Rey’s vagina give you cavities? I, for one, can’t imagine it’s particularly good for you, but I have yet to ask my dentist. (That does, however, remind me that I should make an appointment.)
Pre-order the album from iTunes today, and listen to clips from the bonus tracks below:
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