Lust for Life - Polydor 2017
On a handful of tracks del Rey is supported by friends who vocally appear side by side with Lana. Most of these are actually quite successful, though I’m personally not so excited about the two tracks featuring rappers.
On the title track is a catchy and fairly commercial number featuring "The Weeknd". I would, however, say that the two songs with guest performances that stand out are "Beautiful People, Beautiful Problems" which is really lifted when Stevie Nicks's deep and powerful vocal pops up. Just like there is a pleasant Beatles feeling over "Tomorrow Never Came", which features Sean Lennon.
The most powerful song, though, is the great single "Love" which matches the best of "Born to Die" and "Paradise".
Other strong tracks are "13 Beaches", "White Mustangs", "In My Feelings", "Coachella" and "Good Bless America, and all the Beautiful Women in it" (with surprising a acoustic guitar). "Get Free" is also a nice song, which may have borrowed a little too much from Radiohead's "Creep".
"Lust for Life" with its 16 tracks is a quite long album, which may take some time to get an overview of.