This was not quite what i was expecting, but i must confess that it's better than "1989" by just a little bit.After the first few listens it grows on you and "delicate" gets stuck in your head,BUT "call it what you want" is her best written song.
VPL also seems to have pirated copies (pulls up in East Asian language so no way to tell in English which song is which).
Didn't even really bother with the songs.
Copy I received from EPL was Soo Obviously a PIRATED copy (likely from Korea/Taiwan?) as when I popped it in PC all info was unreadable as in one of those languages.
No way to switch to English either ... Therefore Obvious PIRATED copy.
I thought the EPL bought its music CDs from 'reputable' sources and not Skeezy ones.
Very Disapointed in EPL!
This album is a lot of fun and very catchy, although it took a little while for it to grow on me. Many of the songs have an infectious energy that is highly motivating, so I recommend this as a good album to exercise to.
Really not good! Totally forgettable songs
All of it is really bad,
I expected more from her.
I can't stop listening--I love the lyrics and I love the beats.
LPL's director, Brad Allen, recently gave this album a thumbs up and I am in complete agreement with him, but not because he's the boss. The songs produced by Jack Antonoff (Fun, Bleachers) truly are the strongest tracks of the record. This latest album is an excellent follow up to Swift's 1989, combining all the pop/dance hooks that made the previous album catchy, yet with better pacing and content. If this is the Reputation that Taylor Swift wants to be known for then she is on the right path.
This new record is pretty dope. I like it the more I listen to it. The Jack Antonoff produced cuts sound incredible.
This is one of the most fun albums of the time.
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