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  1. No one is forced or tricked to buy anything, so it's not a fraud. If someone wants to buy 50 different versions of the exact same album, I'd say it's smart move to offer them.
  2. It's a good album, but I don't understand its success... no lead single, not that much hype outside Taylor's own fanbase. Well, of course her fanbase it's nowadays larger, because she got lots of new fans with Folklore.
  3. Anti-Hero Question...? Vigilante Shit
  4. I wish there were more standouts. It's a good album, and on the other hand there are no skips, but there's not that many standouts either. When I listen the album, I like it and I think the songs are good, but afterwards I don't really remember most of the songs. Taylor's albums used to be very varied with different styles and productions, sometimes even too much, but now it's the opposite.
  5. I was born in November 1979. According to Wikipedia, in 1979 Madonna became romantically involved with musician Dan Gilroy. Shortly after meeting him, she successfully auditioned to perform in Paris with French disco artist Patrick Hernandez as his backup singer and dancer. During her three months with Hernandez's troupe, she also traveled to Tunisia before returning to New York in August 1979. Madonna moved into an abandoned synagogue where Gilroy lived and rehearsed in Corona, Queens. Together they formed her first band, the Breakfast Club, for which Madonna sang and played drums and guitar.
  6. Do you consider Midnights a concept album or a "normal" album?
  7. tbh, I'm most interested in her debut album re-recording. That album needs some improved vocals and the difference in her vocals must be pretty significant.
  8. I think it will be different than Folklore and Evermore. Not quite mainstream pop though. Maybe indie pop with 60's vibes and Twin Peaks mood.
  9. Has there been any rumours for Ray Of Light 25th Anniversary? It would be a shame if there wasn't anything.
  10. It's available in Australian iTunes now, a bit disappointing but at least there's something new here and not just old remixes. 8 new tracks are not "new" though... 2 live (Butterfly, My All), 2 acapellas (Fourth of July, Outside), The Roof (Brandy duet version), Whenever You Call (Brian McKnight duet version), 2 *NEW* remixes (Butterfly, Honey).
  11. 1. 1989 2. Red (Taylor's Version) 3. Folklore 4. Taylor Swift 5. Fearless (Taylor's Version) 6. Evermore 7. Lover 8. Reputation 9. Speak Now ... I can't wait for Taylor Swift (Taylor's Version) with new vocals, because the songs are awesome but her vocals are...
  12. I think Anti Tour could work as a theatre experience, maybe a bit more intimate, stripped and acoustic than Madame X was.
  13. What position on Billboard 100 is realistic?
  14. There's definitely more updates and changes than on Fearless. Taylor took more vocal freedom and some production changes are quite big, compared to Fearless which was very true to the original. However, I like it a lot. It's true that her vocals miss some spark and sass from the original version, but this is more mature, less quirks, more representing where she is now. I understand that everyone is not going to like it.
  15. To me EOM sounds like a good album track, hopefully other songs on the album stand out more.