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Lover by Taylor Swift


by Taylor Swift


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Barcode: 0602508148453
Format: Vinyl
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Lover is the seventh studio album by American singer-songwriter Taylor Swift. It was released on 23 August 2019, through Republic Records, and is her first album release after her departure from Big Machine Records, which resulted in a highly publicised dispute.

Swift recorded Lover with producers Jack Antonoff, Joel Little, Louis Bell, and Frank Dukes from November 2018 to February 2019 following her 2018 Reputation Stadium Tour, where she felt motivated by the fans, helping her recover her mental health after the controversies leading up to Reputation (2017). Swift conceived Lover as a “love letter to love”, taking inspiration from her recalibrated personal life and newfound artistic freedom.

Compared to the dark, heavy, hip hop-influenced tones of Reputation, Lover’s brighter sound draws mostly from electropop, pop rock, and synth-pop, with melodies characterized by atmospheric synthesizers, mid-tempo rhythms, and acoustic instruments. The songs incorporate eclectic styles ranging from country and folk to funk and bubblegum pop; they explore emotions such as infatuation, commitment, lust, and heartache; a few discuss contemporary American political issues like LGBT rights and feminism.

1. I Forgot That You Existed
2. Cruel Summer
3. Lover
4. The Man
5. The Archer
6. I Think He Knows
7. Miss Americana & The Heartbreak Prince
8. Paper Rings
9. Cornelia Street
10. Death By A Thousand Cuts
11. London Boy
12. Soon You'll Get Better
13. False God
14. You Need To Calm Down
15. Afterglow
16. Me!
17. It's Nice To Have A Friend
18. Daylight
Catalogue No.: 814845
Barcode: 0602508148453
Genre: Pop
Label: Republic Records
Released: 2019
Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Pink [Baby Pink], Blue [Light Blue] Translucent

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