Lana Del Rey Sirens Album

Sirens
Demo album by
ReleasedMay 31, 2012(internet leak)
Recorded2006
StudioJim Cushman Studio
(by Alex Frizzell)
Genre
Length53:17
Producer
Lana Del Rey chronology
Young Like Me
(2005)
Sirens
(2006)
Kill Kill
(2008)

Sirens is an unreleased demo album by American singer and songwriter Lana Del Rey, under the pseudonym May Jailer. It was recorded in 2006. The entire album was leaked through YouTube in May 2012.[1]

Del Rey will also drop a new album on September 5, which follows her 2019 LP, Norman Fucking Rockwell, and 2017's Lust for Life. This post has been updated. Erica Gonzales Erica Gonzales is the. I can hear sirens, sirens. Lana Del Rey Lyrics. Album: 'Ultraviolence' (2014) Cruel World. A gorgeous blend of acoustic rock and folk, No Kung Fu is a superb precursor to Lana Del Ray and marks a significant turning point in Lana’s career where she started to form the sound that’d go on to appear in Lana Del Ray and later albums. Standout tracks: Brite Lites. 'Next to Me' (ook wel bekend als 'River Road') is het 2e nummer van Lana's unuitgebrachte album Sirens. Het is niet duidelijk of het liedje nou 'River Road' heet of niet, maar we noemen het voor het gemak 'Next to Me.' Het is een van de 4 tracks van het album Sirens waarvan de naam niet bekend is.

Composition[edit]

Composed entirely of acoustic tracks, the album is devoid of the hip hopbeats, electronic tones, and experimental music found on Born to Die.[2][3][4] The vocals are 'granola-style'. Most of the album's songs have the same tempo.[5]

Critical reception[edit]

Idolator likened the Jailer album to Jewel's debut, Pieces of You.[2] Further, Idolator said: 'Though her vocals are often weak and shaky, her tone sounds delicate and sweet on all these simple tracks...[The] songs [are] written in her range, so she doesn't have to sing (and sing-talk) in her head voice and resort to that cutesy, flirty baby coo so prominent throughout Born To Die.'[2]Pop Crush reviewer Amy Sciarretto said she could imagine Del Rey singing the album's tracks in a coffeehouse. Calling the tracks themselves 'folky and fragile', Further, Sciarretto compared Del Rey's voice to that of a 'little bird', saying it was no wonder that songs called 'Birds of a Feather' and 'Aviation' appeared on the album.[5]

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Track listing[edit]

All tracks are written by Elizabeth Grant.

No.TitleLength
1.'Drive-by'2:44
2.'Next to Me'2:41
3.'A Star for Nick'2:43
4.'My Momma'3:25
5.'Bad Disease'3:42
6.'Out with a Bang'3:19
7.'Dear Elliot'4:33
8.'Try Tonight'3:35
9.'Peace'5:48
10.'How Do You Know Me so Well?'3:59
11.'Pretty Baby'3:39
12.'Aviation'3:11
13.'Move'4:13
14.'Junky Pride'2:52
15.'Birds of a Feather'2:46
Total length:53:17

References[edit]

  1. ^'Lana Del Rey's first album 'Sirens' leaks'. Strut.com. May 31, 2012. Retrieved August 9, 2012.
  2. ^ abcBain, Becky. 'Lana Del Rey's First Album: Listen To Songs She Recorded As May Jailer'. Idolator. Buzz Media. Retrieved October 11, 2012.
  3. ^Copsey, Robert (November 23, 2011). 'Lana Del Rey: 'People didn't take me seriously with a high voice''. Digital Spy. Hearst Corporation. Retrieved December 20, 2011.
  4. ^Ryan, Damien (September 14, 2011). 'Track Review: Lana Del Rey – Blue Jeans'. So So Gay. Archived from the original on January 3, 2012. Retrieved December 24, 2011.
  5. ^ abSciarretto, Amy. 'Listen to Lana Del Rey's May Jailer 'Sirens' Album'. Pop Crush. Retrieved October 11, 2012.


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Lana Del Rey Next Album

Sirens
Demo album by
ReleasedMay 31, 2012(internet leak)
Recorded2006
StudioJim Cushman Studio
(by Alex Frizzell)
Genre
Length53:17
Producer
Lana Del Rey chronology
Young Like Me
(2005)
Sirens
(2006)
Kill Kill
(2008)

Sirens is an unreleased demo album by American singer and songwriter Lana Del Rey, under the pseudonym May Jailer. It was recorded in 2006. The entire album was leaked through YouTube in May 2012.[1]

Composition[edit]

Composed entirely of acoustic tracks, the album is devoid of the hip hopbeats, electronic tones, and experimental music found on Born to Die.[2][3][4] The vocals are 'granola-style'. Most of the album's songs have the same tempo.[5]

Critical reception[edit]

Idolator likened the Jailer album to Jewel's debut, Pieces of You.[2] Further, Idolator said: 'Though her vocals are often weak and shaky, her tone sounds delicate and sweet on all these simple tracks...[The] songs [are] written in her range, so she doesn't have to sing (and sing-talk) in her head voice and resort to that cutesy, flirty baby coo so prominent throughout Born To Die.'[2]Pop Crush reviewer Amy Sciarretto said she could imagine Del Rey singing the album's tracks in a coffeehouse. Calling the tracks themselves 'folky and fragile', Further, Sciarretto compared Del Rey's voice to that of a 'little bird', saying it was no wonder that songs called 'Birds of a Feather' and 'Aviation' appeared on the album.[5]

Track listing[edit]

All tracks are written by Elizabeth Grant.

No.TitleLength
1.'Drive-by'2:44
2.'Next to Me'2:41
3.'A Star for Nick'2:43
4.'My Momma'3:25
5.'Bad Disease'3:42
6.'Out with a Bang'3:19
7.'Dear Elliot'4:33
8.'Try Tonight'3:35
9.'Peace'5:48
10.'How Do You Know Me so Well?'3:59
11.'Pretty Baby'3:39
12.'Aviation'3:11
13.'Move'4:13
14.'Junky Pride'2:52
15.'Birds of a Feather'2:46
Total length:53:17

References[edit]

Lana Del Rey Sirens Album Cover

  1. ^'Lana Del Rey's first album 'Sirens' leaks'. Strut.com. May 31, 2012. Retrieved August 9, 2012.
  2. ^ abcBain, Becky. 'Lana Del Rey's First Album: Listen To Songs She Recorded As May Jailer'. Idolator. Buzz Media. Retrieved October 11, 2012.
  3. ^Copsey, Robert (November 23, 2011). 'Lana Del Rey: 'People didn't take me seriously with a high voice''. Digital Spy. Hearst Corporation. Retrieved December 20, 2011.
  4. ^Ryan, Damien (September 14, 2011). 'Track Review: Lana Del Rey – Blue Jeans'. So So Gay. Archived from the original on January 3, 2012. Retrieved December 24, 2011.
  5. ^ abSciarretto, Amy. 'Listen to Lana Del Rey's May Jailer 'Sirens' Album'. Pop Crush. Retrieved October 11, 2012.

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