Published: Mon, November 13, 2017
Entertaiment | By Lawrence Myers

Taylor Swift solid on new album 'Reputation' Special

Taylor Swift solid on new album 'Reputation' Special

Whether viewers were Ready For It or not, Taylor Swift returned to Studio 8H this weekend.

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Taylor Swift's new album Reputation dropped on Friday, and there appears to be a song on the project that refers to their friendship and break-up previous year.

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Swift declared that her old self was dead in "Look What You Made Me Do", released in August as the first single from the "Reputation" album. Taylor Swift's last full album release, 19989, sold just under 1.3 million copies in the United Sates during its 2014 release week. "There will just be reputation", she concluded. The highlight tracks on the album are "Getaway Car" and "Gorgeous". The results are delightful, in large part because you can tell how proud she is of herself. Entries like "Don't Blame Me" and "Call It What You Want" are familiar, while "Delicate" and "Dancing With Our Hands Tied" offerings provide a new sound for the singer and songwriter. Accompanied by a cellist, an acoustic guitarist and the four singers, she threw the song's lyrics, interpreted by many as being about her public beef with Kanye West and Kim Kardashian, into stark relief.

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USA Today's Maeve McDermott said the album was a "fully formed look at a singer in love, and in control", while Jon Caramanica at the New York Times called it "bombastic, unexpected and sneakily potent".

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