In just over a month, Lana Del Rey will hit the world in the head with Ultraviolence, her sophomore album, and she’s done just as masterful a job building mysterious hype for it as she once did with Born To Die, her debut. The single “West Coast” is still the only LP track we’ve heard, but today, she posted the album’s tracklist on Facebook. (We’ve also heard the bonus track “Black Beauty,” though we don’t know if the version we’ve heard is the one on the album.) Plenty of the song titles feel like song titles you’d come up with if you were making fun of Lana Del Rey (“Sad Girl,” “Pretty When You Cry,” “Fucked My Way Up To The Top”), and there’s a bonus track like “Guns And Roses,” which will hopefully be all about the moment when it looked like she was dating Axl Rose. Check out the tracklist below.