Taylor Swift - Reputation (CD)

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Barcode
843930033102
Department
Music
Released
10 Nov 2017
Artist
Taylor Swift
Format
Audio CD
Genre
Pop
Tracks
1....Ready For It?
2.End Game
3.I Did Something Bad
4.Don't Blame Me
5.Delicate
6.Look What You Made Me Do
7.So It Goes...
8.Gorgeous
9.Getaway Car
10.King Of My Heart
11.Dancing With Our Hands Tied
12.Dress
13.This Is Why We Can't Have Nice Things
14.Call It What You Want
15.New Year's Day
Year
2017
Videos
Taylor Swift - Look What You Made Me Do
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Published 2 years ago by TaylorSwiftVEVO
Duration: 04:16
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Taylor Swift - …Ready For It?
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Published 2 years ago by TaylorSwiftVEVO
Duration: 03:31
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Supply Source
South Africa

Taylor Swift

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Real Name
Taylor Alison Swift
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American singer-songwriter, born December 13, 1989 in Reading, Pennsylvania, USA. She signed her record deal with Big Machine Records at the age of 15 and released her debut album in October of 2006.

Swift has written or co-written every song on her albums, with the exception of Speak Now in which she is the sole writer of every song on the album. She has also released several of her songs with pop remixes and released them to pop radio, much like country-pop artist Shania Twain with whom Swift has often been compared to in both music style and fashion.

Swift has collaborated with artists like Boys Like Girls, John Mayer, The Civil Wars, B.o.B., Ed Sheeran, Gary Lightbody from Snow Patrol and Tim McGraw, of whom her debut single is named after.
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Taylor is back after a long wait. I would have to say the 2 lead singles "Look at what you made me do " and "Ready for it" are not the best on the album.

My favourite ones are "Don't blame ", which should have been the lead single. Its truly great. With a whole gospel feel to it.
Other standouts are "Delicate", "I did something bad", and "This is why we cant have nice things". Those should all be released as singles in my opinion.

Ed Sheeran also appears on the track "End Game", so that will probably be a future hit.

In general this is a good pop album, but I prefer "1989" overall. If you are a Swiftie, then you must definitely add this to your collection.