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According to a member on ATRL who knows an industry source, Taylor's new music is heading in an indie rock/alternative direction.

Personally, I don't think she'll ever be able to top Fearless and Speak Now, but I honestly hope she can top Red. A lot of that album is underwhelming and disappointing. She never should've scrapped the original.

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According to a member on ATRL who knows an industry source, Taylor's new music is heading in an indie rock/alternative direction.

Personally, I don't think she'll ever be able to top Fearless and Speak Now, but I honestly hope she can top Red. A lot of that album is underwhelming and disappointing. She never should've scrapped the original.

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According to a member on ATRL who knows an industry source, Taylor's new music is heading in an indie rock/alternative direction.

Personally, I don't think she'll ever be able to top Fearless and Speak Now, but I honestly hope she can top Red. A lot of that album is underwhelming and disappointing. She never should've scrapped the original.

I actually really liked the Red album. :'(

Well, I didn't care for the singles, but I liked the second half of the album. "Red" is probably the only single I actually liked. I like "Holy Ground" and "The Lucky Ones"!

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According to a member on ATRL who knows an industry source, Taylor's new music is heading in an indie rock/alternative direction.

Personally, I don't think she'll ever be able to top Fearless and Speak Now, but I honestly hope she can top Red. A lot of that album is underwhelming and disappointing. She never should've scrapped the original.

I actually really liked the Red album. :'(

Well, I didn't care for the singles, but I liked the second half of the album. "Red" is probably the only single I actually liked. I like "Holy Ground" and "The Lucky Ones"!

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I actually really liked the Red album. :'(

Well, I didn't care for the singles, but I liked the second half of the album. "Red" is probably the only single I actually liked. I like "Holy Ground" and "The Lucky Ones"!

I love the two you listed, but Treacherous, All Too Well and State of Grace would be my trilogy.

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I actually really liked the Red album. :'(

Well, I didn't care for the singles, but I liked the second half of the album. "Red" is probably the only single I actually liked. I like "Holy Ground" and "The Lucky Ones"!

I love the two you listed, but Treacherous, All Too Well and State of Grace would be my trilogy.

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The ballads definitely trump the singles. "State of Grace" is my jam!

But I do have to agree that I didn't care for "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" or "22".

22 is the worst song she's put out. I can't comprehend why she thought it was good enough to put on an album, let alone for it to be a single.

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The ballads definitely trump the singles. "State of Grace" is my jam!

But I do have to agree that I didn't care for "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" or "22".

22 is the worst song she's put out. I can't comprehend why she thought it was good enough to put on an album, let alone for it to be a single.

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