The Finished Version Of Lady Gaga’s “Aura” Surfaces Online? Listen To The Wacky Dance Anthem

Lady Gaga‘s “Aura” could finally be here after an unusually long birthing period. We first heard a rough demo in early August before Mother Monster debuted a live version in September. A snippet of the finished version then appeared in the Machete Kills trailer but it’s still exciting to hear what is purported to be the finished version of the schizoid EDM adventure in full.

So how does this version of “Aura” sound? Perhaps it has something to do with the extended time period we’ve had to become accustomed to the initially jarring sonic leaps but the song is a much easier pill to swallow now. It sounds cleaner and more cohesive — allowing you to wade through Gaga’s eclectic influences without feeling exhausted and overwhelmed. Listen to the ARTPOP track after the jump.

Do you prefer this version of “Aura” to the initial demo? Let us know in the comments below.

  • Sven Kiebooms

    Maybe it isn’t the real version. Who knows?

  • Jeff Kunst

    This isn’t real; it’s a fan-made take on the song that has been making the rounds.

  • joshuwajimer

    hate to break it to you but this is not the real version it is fan made…check sources before posting.

  • Jack

    Kind of hope its not the real version. But I think it is :/

  • GAGABOY1970

    I think it’s pretty hot, but the live version from SwineFest ROCKS!!!

  • Lee

    Real or not, I love this version too :))

  • Jon

    Fanmade, but it sounds good!

  • Thomas

    I hope that in the album version she will not have the distorted vocals at the beginning

  • A U R A

    2:48 – 3:32 Ruined the song The rest is good .

    • Sam Scarcello

      The chorus?

  • Phuong Do

    this sounds more like a demo to me.

  • billy

    demo version with the ‘dance.. sex.. pop…” is better.

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  • Stefan

    finished my foot lol -.-

  • Timothy P

    Hmmmm.. I like this song a lot but I don’t see radio even giving it a chance. It is too strange for mainstream radio…. which is fine, the best music is usually not mainstream, but still a strange choice for a single.