Deeply weird, feverishly emotional, wildly enthusiastic, 1989 sounds exactly like Taylor Swift, even when it sounds like nothing she’s ever tried before. – Rolling Stone Magazine
I couldn’t agree more. Her music has such a new sound that you wouldn’t think it would be Taylor, yet it sounds perfect and her fans couldn’t expect or imagine anything different for 1989.
I can’t wait to see what records Taylor smashes this week in the music world. At one point on Monday, October 27th (album release day) 9/10 songs on iTunes Canada’s top songs chart belonged to Miss Swift. (And I can’t even complain about the one song that wasn’t because it was Meghan Trainor’s All About The Bass!)
Regardless, it appears that Taylor is having an amazing album release week, She has made several TV and radio appearances, and attended a Knicks game! Not to mention an unforgettable full hour on Ellen, which ran on Monday. (If you are going to watch anything, watch that because it has Taylor talking, Taylor being funny, Taylor performing, and of course Ellen Degeneres!).
The album itself is epic, and I have can’t get the songs out of my head. The songs I’m really in love with are Out of the Woods, Blank Space, Style, Welcome to New York, Shake It Off….oh wait, I’m about to list every song on the album because they are all one of a kind and uniquely Taylor. Every time time I listen to 1989, it grows on me even more and seeing her perform the songs live pretty much puts my happiness meter off the charts!
I can’t wait until she announces her tour so that I can can practically give myself a heart attack trying to snag tickets! Yes, I will actually volunteer to make my heart race, my hands shake, and my blood pressure sky rocket.
Taylor, you never fail to amaze and I am so excited to see what the 1989 era brings!
If anyone hasn’t bought her album on iTunes or picked up a copy in stores, you better do it because this album will be a part of music history, if the positive reviews from Rolling Stone Magazine, The New York Times, Billboard, and countless other music critics, as well as the adoration of her fans, has anything to do with it!