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Album: Chemtrails Over the Country Club

Artist: Lana Del Rey

  • Genre: Pop
  • Release Date: 2021
  • Explicitness: explicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 11

  • Copyright: A Polydor Records Release / An Interscope Records Release in the USA; ℗ 2021 Lana Del Rey, under e

Tracklist For Chemtrails Over the Country Club By Artist Lana Del Rey

Title Artist Time
White Dress Lana Del Rey 5:33 USD 1.29
Chemtrails Over the Country Cl Lana Del Rey 4:31 USD 1.29
Tulsa Jesus Freak Lana Del Rey 3:35 USD 1.29
Let Me Love You Like a Woman Lana Del Rey 3:20 USD 1.29
Wild at Heart Lana Del Rey 4:06 USD 1.29
Dark But Just a Game Lana Del Rey 3:55 USD 1.29
Not All Who Wander Are Lost Lana Del Rey 4:07 USD 1.29
Yosemite Lana Del Rey 5:04 USD 1.29
Breaking Up Slowly (feat. Nikk Lana Del Rey 2:57 USD 1.29
Dance Till We Die Lana Del Rey 4:03 USD 1.29
For Free (feat. Zella Day & We Lana Del Rey 4:11 USD 1.29

Reviews For Chemtrails Over the Country Club By Artist Lana Del Rey

  • Love it

    By Evyan2002
    Yess baby
  • Respectfully NO

    I love Lana so much but this album is not my favorite. I can barely hear her in some songs and it hurts to listen to it, the sounds are awful. They all sounds the same and the lyrics are repetitive. She needs to improve her quality, I didn’t even buy the album. The previous were enough and a big NO!
  • Lana Del Ray is magic

    By SLB64
    Don’t know who wouldn’t love or at least like just about all of her music, but that’s why we’re individuals. As for me, Lana Del Ray is my favorite musician, and this is another really good album. Anyone who likes her previous work will probably find a lot to love here.
  • 10/10 again

    By Deneleeer
    This is the perfect sister album to NFR!
  • so good

    By anna_l16
    album is perfect
  • Our Baby Done Grows'd Up!

    By Wreck 'n Ball
    Sounds smooth as barrel aged Irish Whiskey.
  • No

    By kenyastefanie
    Respectfully, I do not know what Lana was thinking here. We all, real fans that is, clung to her realistic darkness. I’m am so disappointed and Rolling Stone named it one of the best albums of 2021. Were they possibly listening to one of her other albums? I will still be forever her fan for the music before this album and hopefully more to come.
  • Love it

    By Rachelchang70
    Girl u will be shook yes ma’am
  • Loved Lana From Day 1, But...

    By iSkiatDV
    Unfortunately, save for a couple songs, Chemtrails just doesn’t have the sound & vibe that’s kept me coming back. I can appreciate the attempt at something different, but compared to every album that came before (save for Violet) I can’t say I love this. Unfortunately, I don’t think it will grow on me. Maybe those who are just discovering Lana del Rey will enjoy it, but for all the waiting, I’m admittedly disappointed. And no. It isn’t about not ‘having enough singles & pop music.’ Even the best of artists have come out with some weak albums & this is Lana’s. Everything from Born to Die/Paradise, Ultraviolence, Honeymoon, Lust, NFR… it all worked. This is weaker on sound & vocals by far. I wanted to love it but I just don’t. Maybe the next will be better, but following Violet (ugh) & this, I admittedly will not be holding my breath. :(
  • Good Lord, People

    By Jacob Knight Cyrus
    I mean, while I’m just not feeling the past two albums, I’m by no means going to personally attack her for her artistic expressions... and no, I’m not trying to sound virtuous, but dude, why not just express a respective review, as to why you gave it the score you did? I’m sure she wouldn’t take it to heart if you simply said you didn’t like the mixing or the lyrics, but to go as far as some of you did on this album review, I mean, good Lord...

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