Tracklist

12" Vinyl 1
# Title Rating Length
A1 Born to Die
4.25 4:46
A2 Off to the Races
4 5:01
A3 Blue Jeans
4 3:29
A4 Video Games
4.15 4:42
B1 Diet Mountain Dew
4 3:43
B2 National Anthem
3.6 3:49
B3 Dark Paradise
3.6 4:04
B4 Radio
3.6 3:35
12" Vinyl 2
# Title Rating Length
C1 Carmen
3 4:09
C2 Million Dollar Man
2.25 3:50
C3 Summertime Sadness
4.8 4:25
C4 This Is What Makes Us Girls
2.8 4:00
D1 Without You
3.35 3:51
D2 Lolita
2.35 3:41
D3 Lucky Ones
2 3:45

Credits

12" Vinyl 1

violin:
Frederik Syberg (track A2)
other instruments:
Dean Reid (track B3)
cello:
Pelle Hansen (track A2)
chamberlin:
Patrick Warren (track B3)
bass guitar, guitar, percussion, sampler and synthesizer:
Patrik Berger (track A2)
strings arranger:
Carl Bagge (track A2)
Larry Gold (tracks A1, B1–B4)
Dan Heath (production music composer) (tracks A3, B2)
viola:
Erik Holm (track A2)
membranophone:
Emile Haynie (hip hop producer, aka "Emile") (tracks A2, B1)
Devrim Karaoğlu (track B3)
membranophone programming:
Patrik Berger (track A2)
guitar:
Jeff Bhasker (tracks A1, B1–B2)
Rick Nowels (track B3)
guitar, keyboard and membranophone:
Emile Haynie (hip hop producer, aka "Emile") (tracks A3, B4)
keyboard:
Jeff Bhasker (track B1)
keyboard and membranophone:
Emile Haynie (hip hop producer, aka "Emile") (tracks A1, B2–B3)
additional membranophone:
Brent Kolatalo (track B1)
Ken Lewis (Recording Engineer and Mixer) (track B1)
additional synthesizer:
Devrim Karaoğlu (track B3)
additional keyboard:
Jeff Bhasker (track B2)
Emile Haynie (hip hop producer, aka "Emile") (tracks A2, B1)
additional other vocals:
Ken Lewis (Recording Engineer and Mixer) (track A1)
additional producer:
Jeff Bhasker (track B2)
Justin Parker (track B4)
additional recording engineer:
Brent Kolatalo (track A1)
additional vocals:
Maria Vidal (track B3)
assistant mixer:
Duncan Fuller (tracks A1–A3, B4)
Chris Galland (tracks B1–B3)
Erik Madrid (tracks B1–B3)
background vocals:
Emile Bauer-Mein (track B2)
James Bauer-Mein (track B2)
David Sneddon (track B2)
co-producer:
Jeff Bhasker (track B1)
Rick Nowels (track B3)
conductor:
Larry Gold (tracks A1, B1–B4)
Dan Heath (production music composer) (tracks A3, B2)
mixer:
Dan Grech-Marguerat (tracks A1–A3, B4)
Manny Marroquin (tracks B1–B3)
Robopop (track A4)
phonographic copyright by:
Lana Del Rey (2011) (tracks A1–B4)
Lana Del Rey (2012) (tracks A1–B4)
Lana Del Rey (2013) (tracks A1–B3)
producer:
Emile Haynie (hip hop producer, aka "Emile") (tracks A1–A3, B1–B4)
Robopop (track A4)
Patrik Berger (track A2)
vocals:
Lana Del Rey (tracks A1–B4)
writer:
Mike Daly (American producer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist) (track B1)
Lana Del Rey (tracks A1–B4)
Emile Haynie (hip hop producer, aka "Emile") (track A3)
Tim Larcombe (Production music composer) (track A2)
The Nexus (track B2)
Rick Nowels (track B3)
Justin Parker (tracks A1, A4, B2, B4)
Dan Heath (production music composer) (track A3)
publisher:
BMG Chrysalis (may be used as an imprint, trade name of BMG Rights Management in the US/UK/SE) (track B1)
Because Éditions (track A3)
Copyright Control (not for release label use! this is only for copyrights and publishing relationships) (track A2)
EMI (EMI Records, since 1972) (tracks A1–B4)
Ram Island Songs (track A3)
Songs of SMP (track A3)
Sony/ATV Music Publishing (tracks A1, A4, B2, B4)
Universal MCA Music Publishing (France) (track A3)
Universal Music Corp. (USA, affiliated with ASCAP) (track A3)
Yorkshire Moors (track A3)
has remixes:
Blue Jeans (MK Darkest mix) (part of a “MoS: Addicted to Bass Winter 2013” DJ‐mix) by Lana Del Rey (track A3)
Blue Jeans (MK Denim dub) (part of "Pure Deep House" Dj-mix) by Lana Del Rey (track A3)
Blue Jeans (Moonlight Matters remix) (part of compilation "De Maxx Long Player 24: The Summer Edition") by Lana Del Rey (track A3)
remaster of:
Blue Jeans (single version) by Lana Del Rey (track A3)
sampled by:
These Days (single version) by The Gates of Sleep (track A2)
is the basis for:
Paraphylaxis (track B2)
later translated versions:
Video Spü (track A4)
recording of:
Blue Jeans (track A3)
Born to Die (track A1)
Dark Paradise (track B3)
Diet Mountain Dew (track B1)
National Anthem (track B2)
Off to the Races (track A2)
Radio (track B4)
Video Games (Lana Del Rey) (track A4)

12" Vinyl 2

other instruments:
Emile Haynie (hip hop producer, aka "Emile") (track C4)
Devrim Karaoğlu (track C3)
strings arranger:
Larry Gold (tracks C1, C3–D1, D3)
strings programming:
Chris Braide (British songwriter, record producer and singer) (track C2)
membranophone:
Emile Haynie (hip hop producer, aka "Emile") (tracks C2, C4)
membranophone programming:
Chris Braide (British songwriter, record producer and singer) (track C2)
flute:
Dan Heath (production music composer) (track C3)
guitar, keyboard and strings:
Patrick Warren (track D3)
guitar, keyboard and membranophone:
Emile Haynie (hip hop producer, aka "Emile") (tracks C1, D1, D3)
bass:
Al Shux (Alexander Shuckburgh; songwriter, musician and producer) (track C4)
keyboard:
Rick Nowels (track D3)
Al Shux (Alexander Shuckburgh; songwriter, musician and producer) (track C4)
keyboard and membranophone:
Emile Haynie (hip hop producer, aka "Emile") (track C3)
omnichord:
Sacha Skarbek (track D1)
guitar family:
Al Shux (Alexander Shuckburgh; songwriter, musician and producer) (track C4)
guitar family and keyboard:
Patrick Warren (track C3)
guitar family and piano:
Chris Braide (British songwriter, record producer and singer) (track C2)
additional strings:
Dan Heath (production music composer) (track D1)
Rick Nowels (track C3)
Stephen Tirpak (tracks D1, D3)
Patrick Warren (tracks C3, D3)
additional keyboard:
Liam Howe (track D2)
additional keyboard and strings:
Jeff Bhasker (track C1)
additional instruments:
Keyboard (track C4)
additional producer:
Jeff Bhasker (track C1)
additional vocals:
Maria Vidal (track D3)
assistant mixer:
Duncan Fuller (tracks C2–C3, D1)
Chris Galland (tracks C1, C4, D3)
Erik Madrid (tracks C1, C4, D3)
background vocals:
Hannah Robinson (London based songwriter) (track D2)
co-producer:
Liam Howe (track D2)
Rick Nowels (tracks C3, D3)
conductor:
Larry Gold (tracks C1, C3–C4)
engineer:
Lorenzo Cosi (track D1)
Kieron Menzies (track D3)
mixer:
Dan Grech-Marguerat (tracks C2–C3, D1–D2)
Manny Marroquin (tracks C1, C4, D3)
phonographic copyright by:
Lana Del Rey (2011) (tracks C1–D3)
Lana Del Rey (2012) (tracks C1–D3)
Lana Del Rey (2013) (tracks C1–C4)
producer:
Chris Braide (British songwriter, record producer and singer) (track C2)
Emile Haynie (hip hop producer, aka "Emile") (tracks C1, C3–D3)
Al Shux (Alexander Shuckburgh; songwriter, musician and producer) (track C4)
programming:
Liam Howe (track D2)
Al Shux (Alexander Shuckburgh; songwriter, musician and producer) (track C4)
vocals:
Lana Del Rey (tracks C1–C4)
Lenha Labelle (track C1)
writer:
Chris Braide (British songwriter, record producer and singer) (track C2)
Lana Del Rey (tracks C1–D3)
Liam Howe (track D2)
Jim Irvin (track C4)
Tim Larcombe (Production music composer) (track C4)
Rick Nowels (tracks C3, D3)
Justin Parker (track C1)
Hannah Robinson (London based songwriter) (track D2)
Sacha Skarbek (track D1)
publisher:
EMI (EMI Records, since 1972) (tracks C1–D3)
Sony/ATV Music Publishing (tracks C1–C2)
Universal Records (1996–2005 American pop label – “RECORDS” must be a part of the logo!) (tracks D1–D2)
Warner/Chappell Music Ltd. (1996–present) (track C4)
has remixes:
sampled by:
part of:
Indie 88: Top 500 Indie Rock Songs (number: 365) (track C3)
recording of:
Carmen (track C1)
Lolita (track D2)
Lucky Ones (track D3)
Million Dollar Man (track C2)
Summertime Sadness (track C3)
Without You (track D1)