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Taylor Swift’s ‘Reputation’ Has Arrived

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C'mon guys... the album is far from perfect, but it's pretty damn good!

Upon first listen I was pleasantly surprised, it's coherent with her age, the next step in her musical career and persona.

Her pop sensibilities are as good as ever, the production is superb (lacking maybe a bit in a couple of songs).

And strangely I like her talk-sing style, I'd say it's her signature sound. I'm embracing it!!

Nothing is as shiny as 1989, but any attempt at that would've been trash or lackluster, so I'm digging this New Taylor!! #SlayBish 

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9 minutes ago, danny1994 said:

Seriously though, you’re naive if you think Taylor’s writing credits are real.

In my mind She's mostly songwriter :idkney:, cuz of not really interesting voice. 

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8 minutes ago, falka said:

In my mind She's mostly songwriter :idkney:, cuz of not really interesting voice. 

I think when she did country she was the primary songwriter, but when she switched over to pop she got a ton of help from Martin and Shellback

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20 minutes ago, danny1994 said:

So happy that Max Martin and Shellback’s album is getting great reviews!

 

Seriously though, you’re naive if you think Taylor’s writing credits are real.

True, pop and country songwriting are both very different, country is more about just writing your feelings on paper while pop is catchy hooks and lyrics and that’s something Max and Shellback are great at. Pop lyrics are usually really clever.

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3 minutes ago, tsss said:

dancing with our hads tied is so good! 

tbh I only listened to 1989 and this album so I don't know if it's Taylor at her best

overall it's a decent pop album but doesn't live up to the hype

Yes Dancing with our hands tied for 4. single pls. :mattafact:

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