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  • Original Release Date: 22 Oct 2012
  • Release Date: 22 Oct 2012
  • Label: Universal Music Group International
  • Copyright: (C) 2012 Big Machine Records, LLC.
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  • Total Length: 1:05:12
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  • ASIN: B009TS5AWC
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (324 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 105 in MP3 Albums (See Top 100 in MP3 Albums)

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30 of 34 people found the following review helpful By Rawrz on 5 Nov 2012
Format: Audio CD
I've been eagerly anticipating this album ever since Taylor dropped the amazing Speak Now. When talking about this album Taylor described it as a collaborative effort unlike Speak Now which was very internal (she wrote every song alone without co-writers and co-produced every song). She worked with a lot of new people on this album including Max Martin (pops biggest producer who's worked with many huge pop stars such as Britney Spears and Ke$ha), Butch Walker (a rock singer but he's produced for pop artists such as Avril Lavigne (My Happy Ending) and Katy Perry (Thinking Of You)) not to mention collaborating with newcomer Ed Sheeran and Snow Patrol's Gary Lightbody. Despite this she wrote 9 songs alone.

Anyway getting back to the point this album see's Taylor experiment with a lot of new sound from the Dubstep influence I Knew You Were Trouble to the U2 inspired State Of Grace. This was a risky move but it paid off. The catchy bubblegum tracks like the hit single We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together and 22 are completely irresistible. State Of Grace is an incredible track and a perfect opener. Despite what the lead single may have you believe a lot of these songs are quite slow such as the introspective Treacherous, the incredible All Too Well which produced some of the best lyrics she's ever wrote and several more. There are some more pop songs on the album such as Red and Starlight which are 2 of the albums strongest tracks. Red is a guitar based pop song using colours as a metaphor for emotion and Starlight is an incredible synth based pop songs which is infectious but it still has great lyrics telling of an adventure she had with a boy aged 17. It's like Enchanted funner sister. Both the collaborations are very good.
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this is a bit of a thing of shreds and patches.
I bought this CD for my daughter, who loves the singles off it. I had assumed, given the nasal delivery, brattish mannerisms and juvenile content of these tracks, that Ms Swift was an 18 year old in the vein of, say, early Britney. It was therefore something of a surprise to discover that she is in fact (in musical terms) an experienced pro. In fairness to her, several other tracks bear this out. Swift has a good voice and, when used normally on some decent material, the results are quite enjoyable. She also has a third voice - when she sings low, she sounds just like Suzanne Vega.
Overall, not a bad album, personal favourites being 'All too well' and the duet with the guy from snow patrol, but this is despite '22' and 'we are never ever getting back together', not because of them. My 10 year old daughter loves this album, but will insist on playing what I consider to be the worst tracks all the time!
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By Rebecca Jones on 25 Nov 2012
Format: Audio CD
Firstly, if you don't own Red yet then I highly recommend you buy it, you certainly won't regret it. I own every album that Taylor Swift has ever released and she has never disappointed me. Each album Taylor releases shows just how much her amazing skill have grown, her voice on Red is the best that it has ever been so far, her song-writing skills just keep getting better and better, her ability to tell her story of heartbreak through her lyrics will honestly blow your mind and she has managed to pull off experimenting with different sounds for Red without making the album seem all over the place and confused in direction. There isn't a single song that I dislike on this album and each song I can listen to repeatedly without getting bored. I am really looking forward to Taylor's next album.

Top 5 Standout Tracks: State Of Grace, Treacherous, All Too Well, 22, I Almost Do.
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24 of 30 people found the following review helpful By N. J. H. TOP 500 REVIEWER on 1 Dec 2012
Format: Audio CD
I'd heard about Taylor's new album via the Ellen Degeneres show when she performed a couple of the new songs live. After having heard "Red", "We are never ever getting back together" and "Begin again" I was hooked. BUT THEN, I heard that she'd also spread her wings quite a bit with this new album and added some really amazingly talented musicians to duet with to her album including Ed Sheeran and Gary Lightbody from Snow Patrol. Wow.

So the "standard" album differs from the deluxe version in that it doesn't feature a couple of songs (as you'd expect). Actually it's quite a few songs, but most are just acoustic duplicates. The songs you'll gain from the deluxe version are, "The moment I knew", "Come back...be here" and "Girl at home" with acoustic versions or the original demo versions of "Treacherous", "Red" and "State of Grace". Do I think, having bought the deluxe version, that you'd be missing out on much without these added little extras? Yes. I really REALLY do. The demos and acoustics aren't such a big deal, but are a nice addition, but the three additional songs are wonderful - some of my favourites from the album infact. So invest in the deluxe if you can!

So here are the songs and a tiny insight into their sound:

-State of Grace: An upbeat, uplifting song that I really liked. It's not what I would call country, it's definitely more pop, but it still has her little twist to it and you can't help but sing along.

-Red: This is a typical, catchy, well-thought-out, lyrical masterpiece of Taylor's. You know how she just manages to add a little bit of humour here and there? Like with "Speak now", it's kind of like that. Very catchy with a hint of country. My favourite of the album.

-Treacherous: I loved the meaning behind these lyrics.
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