Lana Del Rey is a musician who is both original and, in many respects, timeless. But hers is an innovation that is drawn from a number of iconic bands and artists. Del Rey's talent for taking inspiration from the biggest and the best of multiple genres and sprinkling them into her own music, without ever going as far as copying, is second to none.
Given that neither Born To Die or Ultraviolence seems intrinsically tied to the era from which they come, it's hardly surprising that her influences span so many decades. Here's the 10 albums that sit perfectly alongside Ultraviolence.