Lana Del Rey's Shades of Cool
2014-06-17 by Nikkolae | 36 Comments

NY Singer, songwriter, and americana obsessed Lana Del Rey has released a music video for
the single 'Shades of Cool'.

A continuation to the previous single 'West Coast', 'Shades of Cool' is taken from Lana's
latest album Ultraviolence.




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someguest
June 17th 2014

20393 Comments


I see she continues to write Bond theme songs.

Futures
June 17th 2014

9608 Comments


bad

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mryrtmrnfoxxxy
June 17th 2014

12957 Comments


im in love with this album

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someguest
June 17th 2014

20393 Comments


This is a decent track. She pulls off the Hollywood bimbo shtick well.

henryChinaski
June 17th 2014

2723 Comments


Her voice is annoying. Instrumentation is good though.

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BeneaththeDarkOcean
June 17th 2014

416 Comments


Such a shining example of feminism. :rolleyes:

BeneaththeDarkOcean
June 17th 2014

416 Comments


And yes, I know I will get shit for that comment. :P

mryrtmrnfoxxxy
June 17th 2014

12957 Comments


what are you saying tho

someguest
June 17th 2014

20393 Comments


I think Beneath is confusing feminism with militant feminism.

DatsNotDaMetulz
June 17th 2014

1747 Comments


Casualties > Shades

Green Baron
June 17th 2014

19577 Comments


"Shades of Cool"

more like Casualties of Cool

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Green Baron
June 17th 2014

19577 Comments


EDIT: I see I have already been beaten

Feather
June 17th 2014

1284 Comments


blah video, great album.

Nikkolae
June 17th 2014

4836 Comments


"Such a shining example of feminism. :rolleyes:"

what the fuck is this even supposed to mean? i mean wtf

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Azn.
June 17th 2014

5604 Comments


pretty good song

Froot
June 17th 2014

854 Comments


edit: shitpost

MrMatt767
June 17th 2014

166 Comments


These songs are just so bland

mryrtmrnfoxxxy
June 17th 2014

12957 Comments


you are

PistolPete
June 17th 2014

3591 Comments


this album was so fucking good, man this chick is just getting better and better

and that look she gives the camera when she's in the pool? Yeah...THAT'S MAH GIRL!

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FiveLeavesLeft
June 17th 2014

9838 Comments


50 shades of Lana

ssj4gogeta17
June 18th 2014

86 Comments


song rules

someguest
June 18th 2014

20393 Comments


I seriously want to punch her in the mouth everytime I see her. She looks so fucking moody, goddamn.


So?

kaparoni
June 18th 2014

120 Comments


As soon as I listened to the previews on iTunes , I figured this album going to be a big letdown .Burn To Die was great , even though the lyrics were awful .
Her new effort seems to be extremely boring

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Nikkolae
June 18th 2014

4836 Comments


its actually not boring its just not as immediate as BTD was, Ultraviolence holds a lot more moody and dark vibes, atleast thats my opinion

Catatonic
June 18th 2014

123 Comments


Beneath, you're a dunce.

Comatorium.
June 18th 2014

4106 Comments


I didn't give half a shit about Lana del Rey or Born to Die/Paradise, but I downloaded this album on a whim and I like it so much. Some dream poppy, trip hoppy bliss.

BeneaththeDarkOcean
June 18th 2014

416 Comments


Man, guys chill. I guess I should've phrased it differently, or not had so much sarcasm, but I mean... feminism, to me, at least is the opposite of a beautiful girl singing about how much she can't wait to get laid by her sugar daddy. The fact that she's mentioned in interviews how she doesn't really care about being a "feminist" icon pisses me off to no end, you don't represent feminism

Feather
June 18th 2014

1284 Comments


^ grumpy feminist.

clander270
June 18th 2014

150 Comments


This song is dreadfully boring. Frankly I've never enjoyed anything Lana has put out and this album isn't changing my mind in the least

Nikkolae
June 18th 2014

4836 Comments


"The fact that she's mentioned in interviews how she doesn't really care about being a "feminist" icon pisses me off to no end, you don't represent feminism"

she doesnt represent feminism and clearly states she doesnt care to, youre pissed off about what?

renxo
June 18th 2014

69 Comments


I didn't know that every female artist in the limelight had to represent feminism... isn't that kind of, anti feminist to insinuate that someone HAS to be a feminist or they will receive backlash? I mean....

Thunderkat
June 19th 2014

510 Comments


She wouldn't be a great feminist icon if she fucked her way to the top

Cygnatti
June 19th 2014

21350 Comments


she doesnt represent feminism and clearly states she doesnt care to, youre pissed off about what? [2]

Cygnatti
June 19th 2014

21350 Comments


song is nice yea

karlulol
June 19th 2014

18 Comments


Track is okay, I guess

Spokklett
June 20th 2014

84 Comments


Video features Christian Bale from the year 2033



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