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25 July 2012, 12:58
The 'Blue Jeans' star says the new edition of the album will feature seven new songs.
Lana Del Rey has announced a "paradise edition" of her debut album 'Born To Die'.
The repackaged version will arrive in November and has been described by the 'Blue Jeans' star as an "afterthought" to the original.
She said the album would include seven new songs.
'Born To Die' was released in January amid huge critical acclaim for the American singer and featured the singles 'Summertime Sadness' and 'National Anthem'.
Earlier this month, Lana was announced as the new face of high street fashion chain H&M.
H&M said Lana was the "perfect choice" to represent their brand, adding: "We think she shows our fall fashion in a very inspiring way."