I’ve been a fan of Taylor Swift since Fearless, especially “Love Story” and “You Belong With Me” , that’s when she changed from a country to a pop stop but right now 1989 is the only thing I have downloaded on my IPhone 6.0,. There’s a story behind that: I was putting my bag into the car and I had a bunch of other things too and I dropped my phone, which I’ve dropped around 100 times before and he hasn’t broken, and it landed on its back and it broke the screen. $700 later and I am listening to 1989 non stop, I’m sure I’ll get round to downloading the rest of my music, till then: the best 5 songs on the new Taylor Swift album:
Blank Space – The album leaked on line about three days before the official release and all my friends were freaking out about this one. So when it says I have a long list of ex lovers, I used to think it was Starbucks lovers (which is really better when you think about it) and we had Scrabble teams at work and our name was Starbucks lovers so I guess it is in fact a star-crossed love affair. It’s my favorite on the album.
Shake It Off – This is the single released before the album, so by the time the album came out everybody was freaking out about the music video just because it was the first video off the album. I knew all the words before the album came out and now whenever anyone hates on Taylor me and my friends shout “haters gonna hate hate hate” on the top of our lungs and embarrass the crap out of them.
Style – Me and my friends, we take our hair and make em mustaches because we never go out of style. My opinion: One Direction are nowhere near as good.
Out Of The Woods – I like the beginning part a lot, the ooh ooh oohs, and it has the catchiest hook ever, that “are we out of the woods?”. I wonder if she will be using backing tracks when she plays it live.
Bad Blood – A big song for me, I dunno why. It’s really catchy and stuff and another song I knew the lyrics to within a couple of days. I also like the analogy that “bandaids can’t fix bullet holes” . I love Katy Perry but I love the song as well.
Less push, More flow
350 rock critics, wannabe rock critics, or people with OCD
a new Tupac Shakur exhibit opening downtown LA
a pop LP that isn’t popular is a question mark…
her mama don’t like you and she likes everyone…
the riffs have never been so heavy
I bet Sub Pop were overjoyed as well
“begs you not to sit in the difficult moments”
the names aren’t as eye popping for music