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Keagan Ilvonen 10/08/12 09:30 PM

Taylor Swift Releases "I Knew You Were Trouble"
 
You can stream Taylor Swift's new single "I Knew You Were Trouble" here.

Submitted by EndlessPrisoner

Keagan Ilvonen 10/08/12 09:34 PM

WUBBBBBBBBBB WUBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB. Still think it's catchy as fuck.

Joe DeAndrea 10/08/12 09:48 PM

max martin is a god

Archael 10/08/12 09:51 PM

song fucking rules. the bass drops in the chorus were not nearly as obnoxious as I thought it would have been... first chorus reminds me of haunted a little bit. catchy as fuck [2]

maybe there's hope for this album after all.

EndlessPrisoner 10/08/12 09:52 PM

This is my favorite TaySwift song ever. I don't even know why. but it is.
also SUBMITCRED.

Spenny 10/08/12 09:55 PM

Great track, it's clearly Taylor but branches out beyond her typical pop-country comfort zone.

Archael 10/08/12 09:57 PM

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Originally Posted by Spenny (Post 113993672)
Great track, it's clearly Taylor but branches out beyond her typical pop-country comfort zone.

It's funny because she insists and tells everybody that she's country-pop...

but she has barely ever had any country in her music. Mostly in her first album but even then, much much more pop than country.

Freshman15Davey 10/08/12 10:00 PM

Y E FUCKING S

Spenny 10/08/12 10:02 PM

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Originally Posted by Archael (Post 113993722)
It's funny because she insists and tells everybody that she's country-pop...

but she has barely ever had any country in her music. Mostly in her first album but even then, much much more pop than country.

I agree that her music is more pop than country, but she does have some country-driven tracks that she kind of falls back on. I feel like the slight use of dubstep in this song makes it quite different than anything she has released in the past, which is a good thing.

trevorshmevor 10/08/12 10:24 PM

Eh, the verses are a little too different from the chorus for my liking. I dig the dubstep type of chorus she has going on, but it just doesn't fit right with the cutesy palm muting verses IMO. Awkward transitions all around.

Fringe 10/08/12 10:25 PM

I like it. Nothing country about it, which is kinda sad.

Symphonicaxiom 10/08/12 10:32 PM

oh my yes.

kianacarly 10/08/12 10:33 PM

I really really enjoy it. I'm actually kind of liking the diversity the tracks released seem to have so far. This shows she can actually be kind of ~edgy. I am in love with it. Just when I start to write her off again, she releases this and Begin Again. So far those are the only two tracks released off Red that I like, but I guess there are a lot more to come haha. Almost makes up for Never Ever.

loudasallgetout 10/08/12 10:38 PM

Uhmmm Paramore?

Archael 10/08/12 10:46 PM

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Originally Posted by loudasallgetout (Post 113994722)
Uhmmm Paramore?