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Deluxe expanded Lana Del Rey

TICKET TO PARADISE: While we’re on the subject of hot females, Lana Del Rey’s Born to Die –The Paradise Edition (Interscope) hits on Nov. 13, just in time for gift-giving season. The package adds eight new tracks to the original album, including the Rick Rubin-produced  new single "Ride." The eight new tracks will also be available as a stand-alone digital and CD release titled Paradise. The complete set will be available in three formats: digital, double disc, and deluxe box set, which will include a remix CD, a video DVD, a seven-inch vinyl of Lana's cover of "Blue Velvet" and four art prints. Born to Die,' which has sold north of 2.5 million units and 4.5 million singles worldwide to date. Interestingly, the U.S. market accounts for just 10% of that impressive tally, primarily because there was no significant airplay here for the hot-selling chanteuse. (9/25a)

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