LDN’s Jamie Woon turns one of the best songs of the year into an eerie, hypnotically disjointed / pitch-shifted r&b joint:
Lana Del Rey :: Video Games (Jamie Woon remix)
let me know when the next katy perry remix hits the streets because lana del rey and katy perry are the same thing- except i doubt lana writes her own hits.
she wrote this song though. good comment as always anon
i doubt katie perry ‘writes’ her hits either… other than a few lyrics here and there.
I have to admit, I clicked on the comments to see if people were STILL hung up on how ‘(in)authentic’ Lana Del Rey is. No surprise, the first reply is a particularly inane one which is not even worth refuting. Also, props for posting the mp3 knowing you would cop (more) flak for it. By now everyone who ‘cares’ about this LDR ‘issue’ should have read Nitsuh Abebe’s article on P4K. It should pretty much be the final word.
When I first heard on the radio I could have sworn it was written by Sia Furler- sounds like a Sia song and the vocal by Lana sounds a bit like Sia. Forget about Lana and Katie- Sia Furler is the real thing.
ppl who think lana del rey is “inauthentic” are so pedestrian. she is more talented than most overhyped indie crap we have to put up with!
she IS the overhyped indie crap. image and presence aside, her two singles dont do much for me. tho her voice has a nice quality and range to it. overall borderline-uninteresting and threshold-pretentious.
The remix sucks; like the original song though.
Wow, so much hate from random hipsters who’d probably be riding LDR’s metaphorical cock if they saw her on the street.
riding the buzz cock
lana del rey fucking rules
this remix is a nightmare. I really like the original (after a few listens) but this sounds like three different songs copied and pasted together. It’s like someone let a toddler have a sampler. I don’t understand what the intent was here.
I love this remix. If anything, I could go for more of screwed vocals.
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