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full album?

Why can't i download the full album yet? i dont want to do it by song?

Speak Now - Alright then, if you insist...

Taylor Swift hit the big time in a sudden rush, with 'Love Story' causing the Romeo & Juliet inspired song to be on constant repeat, and 'Fearless' winning multiple awards left, right and centre. Swift gained massive credit, and millions of fans. So of course, everyone waited with bated breath for her next album, titled 'Speak Now'.

Expectations had risen, as had pressure levels, but then it cannot be said that Swift did not disappoint. Speak Now shows a slight departure from her debut album days, as she writes and sings about other things apart from boys and her broken heart, which she arguably started to become famous (or infamous, depending on how you looked at it) for. But she still put a few of those typical 'Swift' style love songs in there, for her emotional sake (for she always had admitted that writing songs was a way for her to deal with whatever was, or had been, happening) and for her devoted fans.

'Mine' - the lead single, perhaps not ever as loveable as 'Love Story' or 'Our Song', but certainly just as cute and typically in Swift's style, so there's no doubt about it - the fans will love it. 8/10

'Sparks Fly' - another love song, tying in the idea of a crush and chemsitry with fireworks, and certainly a charming effort. 9/10

'Back To December' - rumoured to be about Swift's ex, Taylor Lautner, it is a apparently a first for Swift - a song in which she is the one who was in the wrong, and aplogises for the hurt she caused. 8.5/10

'Speak Now' - said to be sparked by a discussion with a friend, the song is cute, as is the idea. Funny, sweet and a little bit bratty - but at a likeable level - all at the same time. 8.5/10

'Dear John' - a song to cause much controversy, with whispers of it being for -John- Mayer, much to the surprise of some with Swift's clean-cut image, it's slower in tempo, different in style and lengthy. But the lyrics do not disappoint the emotion put in to it. 8/10

'Mean' - certainly going back to her usual country roots (and when she does, Swift certainly does shine), it's a bit of a throwing back in the face at Swift's face, done with good humour but is relatable to anyone who has dealt with being put down by others. 9/10

'The Story Of Us' - much poppier perhaps then the song before, upbeat but just not as catchy as some of the others present on 'Speak Now' 7.5/10

'Never Grow Up' - the story of growing up, and it's wistful and nostalgic, viewing the love of motherhood. 8/10

'Enchanted' - another love song from Swift, which is stunningly written. 8/10

'Better Than Revenge' - after the Jonas Brothers made a play on Swift's 'Teardrops On My Guitar' on their song 'Much Better', Swift takes revenge, playing with their lyrics just as they did creating a song likening 'Picture To Burn', an awesome show of getting over being cheated/played. 9/10

'Innocent' - Swift can write, as she has proven again and again, but it can be debated whether is much of a stand-out track. 7.5/10

'Haunted' - a darker version to Swift than we're used to seeing, but she pulls it off well enough. 8.5/10

'Last Kiss' - similar to 'White Horse', although different lyrics-wise, also nostalgic and certainly loveable. 9.5/10

'Long Live' - Swift confirmed that this was in dedication to her team, and their wonderful journey, but it's relatable enough, with mentions of 'fighting dragons' and 'had the time of my life' reminding us to be inspired by all and fight for our dreams. 9.5/10

'Ours' - another 'love conquers all' song, and to not mind those who judge, and it's adorable and very Swift. 8/10

'If This Was A Movie' - a look at how love doesn't always work out, and though the movies show otherwise, it's not always able to be corrected. It's charming, if not a little gloomy 9.5/10

'Superman' - likewise with what she did 'Love Story' only with Romeo and Juliet, Swift's next turn was with Superman and the idea of always being left behind without having to say a last 'I love you'. Dreamy and endearing, it's a suitable ending for the album with a complete idea behind Swift and her talent. 8/10

All in all, it's a delight of an album for those who already love Taylor Swift, and those who are new to her ability.

Absolutely brilliant. (:

AMAAAAZING. (: Taylor did an awesome job. She wrote every single song by herself, no co-writers at all, and it shows. Incredibly personal.

Enchanted is a diamond of a song. Simply stunning.

Definitely, this album is a MUST buy. You won't regret it.


Born: 13 December 1989 in Wyomissing, PA

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Taylor Swift is that rarest of pop phenomenona: a superstar who managed to completely cross over from country to the mainstream. Other singers performed similar moves -- notably, Dolly Parton and Willie Nelson both became enduring mainstream icons based on their '70s work -- but Swift shed her country roots like they were a second skin; it was a necessary molting to reveal she was perhaps the sharpest, savviest, populist singer/songwriter of her generation, one who could harness the zeitgeist and...
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