Fearless

November 11, 2008 | Format: MP3

$9.49
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4:14
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3:54
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  • Label: Big Machine Records, LLC
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  • Total Length: 53:29
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  • ASIN: B006WWU8IO
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (478 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #926 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

Customer Reviews

Most of the songs on this album are really good.
L. Reich
This CD is a must buy for anyone that likes country/pop music!
Matilda Pauline
Taylor Swift is a very talented songwriter and singer.
Kevin Wethington

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

56 of 63 people found the following review helpful By Antoine D. Reid VINE VOICE on October 26, 2009
Format: Audio CD
After the success of Fearless, Taylor Swift and her label decided to re-release it. With some re-releases, you get shoddy remixes or re-toolings of the big hits, perhaps an acoustic version or two and a live track. Not so with the platinum edition. This is more of an extended version of the original album than the simple run-of-the-mill repackaged original version. The platinum edition has five entirely new tracks, plus a piano/acoustic version of the original release's "Forever and Always". What makes the new tracks and re-release worth purchasing is that you're definitely getting an improved and superior version of 'Fearless'; the new tracks are mixed in with the originals and you can't really tell that they were produced any differently than the original tracks. They are of the same quality and caliber, enhancing the experience of listening to Taylor Swift. They aren't much different from the originals; these new songs are mostly about young love, ambivalence, optimism (even in the face of heartache or tarnished relationships).

The Good: This isn't the typical 'country' music many are familiar with. Taylor Swift, having written most of the songs herself, brings a lot of her personal experiences and reflections into the music and the songs feel more authentic. While she's in the genre of country there's also a heavy presence of pop running throughout the tracks. 'Fearless' has a theme to it; songs about young experience and "fearlessness" in the face of many obstacles and new experience; on the track "Fifteen" she sings about school and not exactly fitting in, an experience everyone can relate to in some way. On "Hey Stephen" and "You Belong To Me" she sings of crushes and young love.
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86 of 100 people found the following review helpful By Joey Sciarra on November 11, 2008
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Taylor Swift is one talented teen! She had a hand again in every song on her highly anticipated sophomore CD - this time she wrote 7, and co-wrote 6. The first single, "Love Story" is a good example of how she can combine great lyrics with a catchy beat - and then produce a smash crossover hit. The most remarkable thing about the album is that it is incredibly balanced...and almost every song is so good that it could be released as a radio single. I think it is now safe to say that she is a rising star who will just keep on rising!

Taylor opens the album with the strong title track "Fearless", and ends the album with the powerful theme song of the summer Olympics, "Change". In the middle is a catchy song that she wrote with John Rich - "The Way I Loved You" - and an epic tune which is sure to be a smash hit - "You Belong With Me". "Fifteen" is her most personal song, a bittersweet gem where she sings about her freshman year and her best friend for the past 5 years, Abigail. "White Horse" (which has already been featured on Grey's Anatomy) is a well written tearjerker - a heartfelt song that is just waiting to become her next big single. A good example of her more acoustic side is "Breathe" - a simple song written with Colbie Caillat who also sings background vocals in the song. Taylor's writing seems to have matured and grown in the past 2 years. Take "The Best Day" for example - which is a completely different but awesome song, which is written about her family. She appeals to a wide audience, and executes this so well here on Fearless.

It's incredible how quickly Taylor crossed over and became not only a big country star, but a huge pop star also. It took only her second single - Teardrops On My Guitar - for her to become amazingly popular in mainstream music!
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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Ricky Bryant on November 4, 2009
Format: Audio CD
Like her self-titled debut album Taylor has re-released Fearless in a Platinum Edition, due to the original 13 track 2008 release which has been certified 5 times Platinum. This re-release like her Deluxe Edition of her self-titled album features new songs and a DVD.

The CD contains 5 new songs and a piano version of Forever & Always (previously released on Fearless) & the original 13 tracks on the Fearless album. The new songs include, "Jump Then Fall", "Untouchable", "Come in With the Rain", "Superstar", & "The Other Side of the Door." "Untouchable" was performed prior to it's release on the Clear Channel Stripped site by Taylor as a big promotion for the 2008 release of Fearless. "Come in With the Rain" has been available as a digital download since 2007. I rate the new songs 5/5 because they are all very good and well done. "Jump Then Fall" is currently my favorite new song.

The DVD that comes with Fearless Platinum Edition contains the 5 music videos that have been released prior to it's release, this includes, "Change", "The Best Day", "Love Story", "White Horse", & "You Belong with Me", 3 "on the set" behind the scenes making of the music videos ("Love Story", "White Horse" & "You Belong with Me"), a photo gallery of the 2009 Fearless Tour, A behind the scenes of the first show of the Fearless Tour in Evansville, Indiana. and the parody video of "Thug Story" with T. Pain that Taylor did for the 2009 CMT Music Awards. There is also 2 different exclusives, one done by Wal-Mart and one done Target.
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