Taylor Swift – Fearless (Taylor's Version) - 2021 C+W Pop - Gold Vinyl - Sealed 3LP

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22238
CA$89.95
Taylor Swift – Fearless (Taylor's Version)
Label:
Republic Records – B0033579-01
Format:
3 x Vinyl, LP, Album, Gold
Issued in a 3 panel gatefold jacket. All three records on gold vinyl.
 
Matrix numbers and gold color differ from the Canadian pressing.
 
'Made in Germany' sticker on the shrink wrap.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
Barcode (Text): 6 02435 84510 4
Barcode (Scanned): 602435845104
 
 
Country:
Released:
Oct 1, 2021
Genre:
Pop, Folk, World, & Country
Style:
Country, Vocal
Tracklist
 
A1 Fearless (Taylor’s Version)
4:01
A2 Fifteen (Taylor’s Version)
4:54
A3 Love Story (Taylor’s Version)
3:55
A4 Hey Stephen (Taylor’s Version)
4:14
 
 
B1 White Horse (Taylor’s Version)
3:54
B2 You Belong With Me (Taylor’s Version)
3:51
B3 Breathe (Taylor’s Version)
Featuring – Colbie Caillat
4:23
B4 Tell Me Why (Taylor’s Version)
3:20
B5 You’re Not Sorry (Taylor’s Version)
4:21
 
 
C1 The Way I Loved You (Taylor’s Version)
4:03
C2 Forever & Always (Taylor’s Version)
t3:45
C3 The Best Day (Taylor’s Version)
4:05
C4 Change (Taylor’s Version)
4:39
 
 
D1 Jump Then Fall (Taylor's Version)
3:57
D2 Untouchable (Taylor's Version)
5:12
D3 Forever & Always (Piano Version) (Taylor's Version)
4:27
D4 Come In With The Rain (Taylor's Version)
3:57
 
 
E1 Superstar (Taylor's Version)
4:23
E2 The Other Side Of The Door (Taylor's Version)
3:58
E3 Today Was A Fairytale (Taylor's Version)
4:01
E4 You All Over Me (From The Vault)
Featuring – Maren Morris
3:40
E5 Mr. Perfectly Fine (From The Vault)
4:37
 
 
F1 We Were Happy (From The Vault)
4:04
F2 That's When (From The Vault)
Featuring – Keith Urban
3:09
F3 Don't You (From The Vault)
3:28
F4 Bye Bye Baby (From The Vault)
4:02
Bonus Track
F5 Love Story (Taylor’s Version) - Elvira Remix
3:31
 
 
 
 
 
"Fearless (Taylor’s Version) is the first of six of these planned “new” versions. Starting with her second album is a deft choice; her writing is stronger than on her 2006 self-titled debut, and Fearless contains some of her more iconic and commercially successful tracks. Instead of cosplaying a caricature of her 18-year-old self, we get present-day Taylor in conversation with the Taylor of the past with a wrenching intimacy.
 
What is to be gained from parsing the gap between remix, recitation, and reincarnation? Dissecting the Easter eggs tucked into Swift’s songs has always been part of the Taylor listening experience—decoding which lyric corresponds to which break-up, tracing the lineage of each biting remark. Fearless (Taylor’s Version) presents a different puzzle: spotting the difference between the original and this almost-identical copy. These versions are slightly more polished, like photos touched up on Instagram with a press of a button: the sound is brighter, the mix is clearer, each peal of guitar is sharper. Most of the alterations to original songs are barely noticeable, besides an invigorating blast of fiddle on “Love Story”; each song’s runtime remains either exactly the same or off by a single second.
 
 
 
Most obviously changed is her voice, which has strengthened and deepened over the years. Her choruses are a bit less breathy, and she glides into belting without sounding strained. There are micro-changes in inflection: “You ask me for my love and then you push me around,” she cries on “Tell Me Why,” the note a bit more strangled and snarling. The seconds-long “Hallelujah” in the bridge of “Change” sounded exalted on the earlier version; here it sounds more like a sigh, somewhere between relief and remorse.
 
The songs on Fearless surge between hope and pain, bitterness and awe. The tension in Taylor’s early albums drew from that dichotomy: to reach for fairytales while listing their fallacies, to decry white horses and still believe there’s redemption in the perfect dress. “Today Was a Fairytale,” a song she wrote to accompany her cameo in the 2010 rom-com Valentine’s Day, slots right into this context with buoyant guitar and Swift’s ode to “magic in the air.” The other “new” songs on Taylor’s Version, released from her famed vault, blend into that bland, twangy sweetness—with the exception of “Mr. Perfectly Fine,” a delightful, strumming takedown. “I don’t know how it gets better than this,” she sings on the title track, and that glow remains even as she describes a breakup that leaves her breathless." ( pitchfork) 
More Information
Condition New
Format 3LP
Artist Taylor Swift
Color Black