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Taylor Swift - Speak Now (Deluxe Edition) [2010] [320Kbps] ((LINK))

Taylor Swift Speak Now: The 2010 Album You Need to Hear in 320Kbps and Deluxe Edition

If you are a fan of Taylor Swift, you probably know that her third studio album, Speak Now, was released on October 25, 2010, through Big Machine Records. But did you know that this album was entirely written by Swift herself within two years, while she was promoting her second studio album Fearless (2008)? Or that this album is a loose concept album about her confessions regarding love and heartache, with some songs about her public experiences? Or that this album combines country pop, pop rock, and power pop with rock sensibilities and melodies characterized by acoustic instruments, dynamic electric guitars, strings, and drums?

Taylor Swift - Speak Now (Deluxe Edition) [2010] [320Kbps]

If you want to experience this album in its full glory, you need to get the Deluxe Edition, which includes six bonus tracks, three remixes, a DVD with music videos and behind-the-scenes footage, and a photo booklet. And you need to listen to it in 320Kbps, which is the highest quality of MP3 format that preserves the original sound quality of the album.

In this article, we will tell you why Speak Now is one of Taylor Swifts best albums and why you should download it in 320Kbps and Deluxe Edition right now.

The Songs of Speak Now

Speak Now consists of 14 songs on the standard edition and 20 songs on the deluxe edition. Each song is drawn from personal experience, from unpredictable relationships (Mine) to a carefully crafted response to a very public dressing-down (Innocent). Swift exhibits strength and vulnerability exposing an artist in creative and personal metamorphosis.

Some of the highlights of the album are:

  • Back to December, a heartfelt apology to an ex-boyfriend who treated her well but she broke up with him anyway.

  • Dear John, a scathing letter to an older lover who played with her emotions and left her broken-hearted.

  • Mean, an empowering anthem against bullies and critics who try to bring her down.

  • The Story of Us, a catchy pop rock song about the awkwardness of running into an ex-lover at an event.

  • Enchanted, a dreamy ballad about meeting someone who sparks a magical connection.

  • Long Live, a triumphant ode to her fans, friends, and bandmates who have supported her throughout her career.

  • Ours, a sweet bonus track about a secret relationship that defies the judgment of others.

The album also features some songs about Swifts public experiences, such as Speak Now, which is based on a true story of crashing a wedding to stop someone from marrying the wrong person; Innocent, which is a response to Kanye Wests infamous interruption of her acceptance speech at the 2009 MTV Video Music Awards; and Better Than Revenge, which is a diss track aimed at an actress who stole her boyfriend.

The Reception of Speak Now

Speak Now was a critical and commercial success. It received generally positive reviews from music critics for offering emotional engagement and radio-friendly songs. Some critics complimented Swifts grown-up perspective, but others took issue with the songs about vengeance and heartbreak as shallow. At the 54th Annual Grammy Awards in 2012, Speak Now was nominated for Best Country Album, and its third single Mean won Best Country Song and Best Country Solo Performance.

The album also performed well on the charts. It debuted at number one on the US Billboard 200 with first-week sales of over one million copies, making Swift the first female artist in history to have three albums sell more than one million copies in their opening week. It also topped charts in Australia (double platinum) and Canada (triple platinum). In total, it has sold over six million copies worldwide and spawned six singles, including the US Billboard Hot 100 top-ten singles Mine and Back to December, and the US Hot Country Songs number 04f6b60f66


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