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Fearless [Enhanced]

Product ID : 31356

Galleon Product ID 31356
UPC / ISBN 843930001378
Shipping Weight 0.22 lbs
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Model 5230494
Manufacturer Taylor Swift
Shipping Dimension 5.59 x 4.88 x 0.39 inches
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Brand Big Machine
Format CD
Genre Country
Number Of Discs 1
Package Quantity 1
Publication Date 2008-11-11
Release Date 2008-11-11
Running Time 58.92
UPC 843930001378
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Fearless Features

  • Taylor Swift 'Fearless' CD

  • (P) 2008 Big Machine Records, LLC. All Rights Reserved.

  • Photography by Joseph Anthony Baker 2008 Big Machine Records, LLC. All Rights Reserved.

About Fearless

Product Description Fearless is the 2008 sophomore album from Taylor Swift, the young Country singer/songwriter who charmed the hearts and charts of America beginning with her debut single 'Tim McGraw'. Her triple-platinum self-titled debut release has scanned over 3.4 million units and spent more weeks at #1 than any other Country album this year: 24 weeks! Taylor is the only Country female artist to have five Top 10 singles from a debut album and the only Country female vocalist this decade to reach the Top 5 on Billboard's Hot 100 Chart. Needless to say, she's a sensation that has only just begun to show what she is capable of. 13 tracks including the single 'Love Story' and 'Change', first heard during the 2008 Summer Olympics. --This text refers to the Audio CD edition. Review 3 1/2 STARS Ah, young love. Country sensation Taylor Swift, 18, chronicles her formative years' romantic highs and lows on this stellar follow-up to her triple-platinum self-titled debut. Writing and coproducing all 13 cuts, the recent high school grad from Hendersonville, Tennessee - who just split from teen hunk Joe Jonas, 19 - tells the story of her freshman year on the sweet, midtempo "Fifteen" and ruminates on a deteriorating relationship (hello, Joe!) on the mature "Forever & Always." -- Us Weekly, October 31, 2008Berks County native Taylor Swift's new CD highlights new music releases by John A. Zukowski Taylor Swift's new CD "Fearless" comes out today. Other new releases include Enya, T-Pain, Tracy Chapman and David Archuleta. Taylor Swift is just 18 years old. But for me she's done something really important for mainstream country music: she's put some feeling and soul back into country. Swift writes her own songs (unusual for a country singer). And a lot of her songs are about her hopes and her experiences. So it doesn't matter that she's just 18. It sounds real. And that honesty is what makes the best country music. And she makes other country singers older than her seem phony in comparison -- even someone not so old like Carrie Underwood. Swift's second album "Fearless" comes out today. She played the title song from it on "The Late Show" with David Letterman last night and it sounded great. The lyrics were really heartfelt and direct. She really could have been a punk rocker if she wasn't a country singer. I really like how she's shaken things up in the mainstream country music genre. -- Lehigh Valley Express Times, November 11, 2008By Kevin Amorim Those who thought Taylor Swift was a big deal after the release of her first record should be prepared: She's about to get way bigger. Although they're written by a teenager, Swift's songs have broad appeal, and therein lies the genius and accessibility of her second effort, "Fearless" (Big Machine). The insightful "Fifteen" ("In your life you'll do greater things than dating a boy on the football team") will connect with teens looking for hope and with adult women looking back, while the sparse "White Horse" will appeal to anyone who's experienced love lost, which is to say, everyone. "Hey Stephen" ("All those other girls, they're beautiful but would they write a song for you") displays Swift's confident sense of humor, and "Breathe" (written with Colbie Caillat, who sings on the track) is a love-gone-wrong song suitable for women of all ages. - Billboard. THE GRADE: A BOTTOM LINE Wise beyond her years. -- Newsday.com, November 11, 2008By Rashod D. Ollison Seemingly out of nowhere in 2006, Taylor Swift did what is becoming almost impossible to do in today's crumbling music industry: She sold more than 3 million copies of her first album. And the country-pop star did it all rather quietly, garnering a Grammy nomination for best new artist along the way. Svelte and blond with a sculptured face the camera adores, the 16- year-old singer wasn't a teen dream manufactured by the Disney machine. She also wasn't packaged as a vampish pop tart, wailing suggestive songs that belied her