Reputation

Reputation

Streaming Music - 2017
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Publisher: [United States] : Big Machine, 2017
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Characteristics: 1 online resource (1 audio file (56 min.)) : digital
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riceless
Mar 23, 2019

why can't u hold this amazing album

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Gwen904
Mar 16, 2019

Taylor twists brazen lyrics into some really catchy songs. Overall, really great addition to Taylor's 6-CD collection.

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schmegu_at_hcplc
Dec 20, 2018

A lot of people rag on Taylor for this album, but I'ma be real with all y'all. This one is pretty great. I love it a lot, personally. It suits my mood more than half the time, and the #bde we get from Taylor throughout the album is literally on point. I'm not about to step into some he said she said demi said drama nonsense, but I will tell you that everything about this album is #bigmood

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cbailey13
Dec 20, 2018

Not her best album, but also not her worst like others tend to think. I am biased towards Taylor, so the first week or so when it came out I did listen to it a lot and enjoy many of the songs. However, I find myself listening to her older albums more and tend to forget this one when I feel like listening to her.

I was hoping she would come back to Country; stupid me. I don't know the nature of a lot of these songs, but one can only guess. Hopefully, she will return to Country and when she released good music.

When you don't know if the CD is scratched, or if it is the song, it's not music!

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maipenrai
Oct 17, 2018

I was really disappointed by this album - much was rap and not any demonstration of singing / voice quality.

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NanoB1t
Oct 01, 2018

HECK NO,

This album sucks. It sucks bad. It's full of cringey "grown up" lyrics and bad wordplay. Overblown with huge production and the occasional good track.

Quote that proves my point: "And here's to you, Because forgiveness is a nice thing to do."

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TEENREVIEWBOARD
Aug 27, 2018

5/5 stars Taylor Swift’s fifth album, Reputation, is her most recent and overall, most mature. She had been on hiatus for at least two years and out of the public eye. Throughout the fifteen tracks on this album, most of the songs revolve around the artist’s current relationship with English actor Joe Alwyn and by the lyrical content alone, the listener can tell she is madly in love. It is my third favourite album by her overall because of the large genre change, the meaning of every song and how much she's grown over the last few years. My favourite songs off of the album are Call It What You Want and Delicate, both about her boyfriend because of the heavy subject of love that she obviously holds for the actor. Don’t Blame Me and I Did Something Bad addresses the amount of hate from the media she's gotten and how she doesn't care what she's done or that nobody can blame her for her work. Taylor is known to be a writer of love and break-up songs, even being called a serial dater because of the amount of boyfriends she's had. But her return with this album has shown us fans and the public that she is happy with how her life is and she is madly in love, and has been for two years. It is obvious that Joe has changed Taylor in many ways, which is why Reputation is definitely one of her best albums to date. @SeraphinaWilliams of the Hamilton Public Library Teen Review Board

I have been a big fan of Taylors music since day 1 this new era is amazing her new album is amazing I enjoy all the songs her voice is incredible she is a talented artist I look up to her a lot. I would say I really liked all the songs each are unique and I love the lyrics and the beats. I would rate it a 5 out of 5 stars - @reviewsbyjesse of the Teen Review Board at the Hamilton Public Library

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iamthemoon18
Jun 04, 2018

Honestly, in terms of production, and production alone, this is her best album. Easy on the ear, and infectious for the soul. It is definitely, current, but not in a bad way. In terms of lyrics, it's not her best. While yes, some of it is clever, and catchy, its not memorable in a lot of it. While a lot of the songs, like "I Did Something Bad" and "...Ready For It..", I enjoy for the production rather than the lyrics. Songs such as "Call it What You Want" and "New Years Day" I enjoy for the lyrical content rather than production. (A lot of the instrumentation in CIWYW is quite annoying to me). The album is wishy washy, strong in some areas not so in others, and definitely nowhere near her best work. (I am a huge Speak Now fan, sooo)

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green_bear_773
Mar 28, 2018

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.

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