Top 10 Best Taylor Swift Albums
This is my favorite Taylor Swift album. The magical and fantasy theme of the whole thing perfectly describes the feeling of love like no other. Enchanted is the most painfully relatable song I have EVER heard. Sparks Fly never fails to fire me up and get my adrenaline rushing. And Back To December is just emotional and heartfelt...every song seems to leave its own impact on the listener.
Lyrically it's the best, and that's saying something cause it's all self written. It's an amazing album. The third verse of "Ours" is better than anything else she's said... well except maybe "she's better known for the things that she's done on the mattress."
Here she shows that she has matured from Fearless and is an adult woman, not a crybaby teenager.
Speak Now is the kind of album you listen to when you want to listen to music, but don't know what. (This is NOT an insult). It's just perfect for whenever, wherever or however your feeling! The song is really good too, and if she actually did THAT at a wedding, she has guts! (Not saying she doesn't it she didn't)
To me, Red was the most outstanding.
She didn't just stick to one genre, she explored different styles and melodies.
She captured the essence of love and what it feels like to be deeply involved with another person.
The album may not have sounded or meshed well at times, but it was truly a masterpiece. Each song is so carefully constructed and you can connect to each one in different ways.
She explored pop music, rock, electro, folk and more. Each song is so perfect and unique in it's own way.
My person favorite songs are:
All Too Well / The Lucky One / Red.
I gotta admit, that before I listened to this album in depth, I wasn't so into it. I'd heard the more popular songs like 'Red', 'We're Never Getting Back Together', 'I Knew You Were Trouble', and etc, and I expected the entire album to be bubblegum pop and crap.
But as I became a more indulgent Swiftie, I noticed some of the lesser known songs from Red that make my heart ache, like Treacherous, Sad Beautiful Tragic, All Too Well, Stay Stay Stay, and can I just say the entire album?
I listened to it on repeat until all the lyrics were ingrained in my heart and I cried until I felt like a new person.
This album is simply amazing. It is lyrically genius, combining the simplest of memories and snippets of life and intertwining them with heartfelt emotion and poetry that made me see the world in a new light. This is Taylor at her best: this was the album of her career. I am proud of her no matter what she does, but I have to say that we're all going to look back on this and say, "That was the best album,"
With Taylor's albums, it really just depends on which type of music you like: 1989 is the perfect example of what a pop album should be, Red and Speak Now are a mix between country and pop, and her debut album is just plain country (I personally would never vote for her debut because I just don't like country). We don't talk about reputation even though it's good...it's no where close to the perfection of 1989. My point is, if I were to name my favorite Taylor album I would obviously name 1989. The lyrics are deep and well written and everything is catchy but in a good way. There's a reason it sold so many copies. Literally every song could've been a single. And the deluxe tracks are SO GOOD. Please...vote for this one it needs to be #1!
1989 is an example of what makes a good pop album, even now that mostly everything has been tried out before. It also marks the most significant change in Taylor's music, since it is in fact her first official pop album. However, you would not expect this to be her first, since it sounds so perfectly done. I myself, as a long-time fan of hers, was a little skeptical at first, but when listening it to the first time, I knew this was a masterpiece all along. Her lyrics are still as meaningful as they've always been, even when they're not her most personal songs to date. Lyrics like "When you're young you just run but you come back to what you need", "They are the hunters, we are the foxes and we RUN", "You're still all over me like a wine-stained dress I can't wear anymore, hung my head as I lost the war and the sky turned black like a perfect storm" really prove this.
Additionally, it is the first album by Taylor that made me dance crazy in my room all night long! :)
Some of my favorites songs are Blank Space, Style, Wildest Dreams, This Love, I Know Places, Clean and Wonderland.
I absolutely ADORE her new style! All the songs are amazing, but I have a few favorites. "Getaway Car" (probably my #1 favorite) made me feel like I was being chased by the police in a car without a roof at night, screaming with laughter and feeling free. "Gorgeous" describes my crush exactly, and the run away with me line from "Call It What You Want" makes me squeal every time. "This Is Why We Can't Have Nice Things" is savage, and I would LOVE to see a music video of "I Did Something Bad." I get chills just hearing it.
Look What You Made Me Do had to grow on me but now it's my jam of 2017...Ready For It? was immediately good and End Game was not that good. It had to grow on me but it's pretty lit, its music video is only way too dark and it's still not single worthy despite the litness. IDSB is amazing and should be her next single and music video. Don't Blame Me has grown on me since Rep tour. Delicate wasn't my favourite but the video made me a bit addicted. So It Goes... was never my favourite.. Gorgeous is a happy bubblegum pop song but a bit annoying. Getaway is magic. King Of My Heart is meh.. Dancing With Our Hands Tied is very experimental and should be a (promo) single. Dress is okay.. TIWWCHNT is savage and it sounds amazing! Call It What You Want is ok, along with New Years Day.
Fearless has to be up high since it is the album that made her famous - which is not undeserved! This album is the perfect mix of country-pop and it makes me feel nostalgic for some reason. I think that this album resembles their high school years for many people, especially girls, because of songs like "Love Story", "Fifteen" or "Fearless" - all dealing with topics like forbidden love, realizing the mistakes you made in the past but having learned from them or simply, first kiss/first love.
Love her voice, her lyrics, her melodies on this record!
This album is my favorite. With cute, catchy, lyrically amazing songs like Jump Then Fall, Breathe, Fearless, and others, this Album I can truly never get over. Speak Now is my second favorite, and then Taylor Swift, 1989, and Red. Red started delving into pop already and I didn't really like 22, We're Never Getting Back Together, or I Knew You Were Trouble as much as I liked any of her songs, so that's probably why I didn't likes the album as much, but I love every song from Fearless to the death and this is the most amazing album ever. enough said.
Folklore goes beyond your average Taylor Swift album (all being great in turn too). It's a complex, cathartic yet engaging album in so many different ways. Its intricate storytelling, haunting melodies and the fact it was made remotely during quarantine gives it this cozy, homemade-yet-professional touch that really makes it stand out from the rest. I am delighted to call this gem both the soundtrack of my lockdown and my favorite Taylor Swift album to date. Beautifully done.
Originally I wasn't too keen on Taylor Swift. This was until I started listening to this album, along with others This is such a beautiful album. I really like how Taylor Swift changes her style into indie and makes an album filled with cozy, dark, emotional and wonderful songs. This also kind of makes me want to imagine stories inside my head set in the forest.
I know this just came out, but her new style is a very welcomed change. Every song on this album is amazing. Speak Now would be my 2nd though. The stories and stripped back nature of this song just can't be denied
This is a great continuation and sequel to Taylor Swift's "Folklore". Both albums have this very cozy and snuggly warm vibe to it, especially when it's in the winter.
Another greatest album from taylor swift.
This album just describes Taylor. She came from a background of love, laughter, friends, loneliness and bullying but she is able to channel all of those emotions into some truely incredible songs. This album was not only the first insight into her incredible music, but also the album that we relate all her other music to. You may say you want the "old Taylor" back, presumably meaning this album, but most of the songs on this album are closer to reputation than any of her other albums.
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This is honestly my favorite album from Taylor Swift. It has a lot of heart and effort put into it.
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I stayed up until twelve a.m. waiting for this album after I woke up at three in the morning before, and it did not disappoint! It has a song you play during Christmas time, a song you dance to, a song that you can cry to, and MANY more!
I would be complex, I would be cool. They'd say I'd played the field before I found someone to commit to...
Midnights is such an amazing album because of the vocals and the lyrics.
I love this album
This is such an amazing album! The vault tracks are so perfect it makes me sad that they didn't make it to the original. Also can we talk about how "I Know Places" is the perfect definition of Red to Reputation.