Taylor Swift ‎– Taylor Swift - 2006 Pop Country - Black Vinyl - Sealed 2LP

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Taylor Swift ‎– Taylor Swift
Big Machine Records ‎– BMRTS0150B
2 × Vinyl, LP, Album, Black vinyl reissue
21 Apr 2016
Folk, World, & Country
A1 Tim McGraw 3:52
A2 Picture To Burn 2:53
A3 Teardrops On My Guitar (Radio Single Version) 3:33
A4 A Place In This World 3:19
B1 Cold As You 3:59
B2 The Outside 3:27
B3 Tied Together With A Smile 4:08
C1 Stay Beautiful 3:56
C2 Should've Said No 4:02
C3 Mary's Song (Oh My My My) 3:33
C4 Our Song (Radio Single Version) 3:22
D1 I'm Only Me When I'm With You 3:35
D2 Invisible 3:25
D3 A Perfectly Good Heart 3:42
D4 Teardrops On My Guitar (Pop Version) 2:59
"The album turned out to be a solid, spunky-yet-reflective country record told squarely from the teenage perspective, as opposed to the “can you believe someone so young sounds like that” packaging that weighed down former teen sensations like LeAnn Rimes. While Taylor Swift’s chief genre signifiers, like fiddles and vocal twang, are rooted in ’00s Nashville tropes, the influence of millennial teen pop bubbles up in the bouncy music and in ripped-from-the-LiveJournal lyrics like the cheerily insouciant chorus of “Our Song” (“Our song is the slamming screen door/Sneakin’ out late, tapping on your window”). “Picture to Burn” is a descendant of JoJo’s “Leave (Get Out),” given a Southern-fried twist by Swift’s drawled asides (“alla yer best freeends”), her mockery of the dude’s “stupid old pickup truck you never let me drive,” and the plunking banjo. (“Picture to Burn” also showed that she was learning to hone her poison pen: 
“Teardrops on My Guitar,” a longing ballad about an out-of-reach crush, presaged Swift’s eventual embrace of pop; in early 2008, her now-former label Big Machine released a “pop version” that added echo to her voice and a mid-tempo beat, dropping the weepy slide guitar that doubled as a realization of the song’s title"(Pitchfork) 
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Condition New
Format 2LP
Artist Taylor Swift
Color Black