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Cygnatti
October 24th 2012


25827 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5 | Sound Off

"Shut up you boyish looking bitch. Those are first world problems."



no really? who woulda thought?

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Deviant.
Staff Reviewer
October 24th 2012


32004 Comments


I think you're putting a little too much stock in the sway and importance of sputnik reviews. I have like 15k posts on site and I didn't finish the summary.


I doubt you finish most things

Also, I feel like I should console you Sowing but this is kind of fun at the same time

Atari
Contributing Reviewer
October 24th 2012


20758 Comments


Great review sowing

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muddysquirrel
October 24th 2012


53 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5 | Sound Off

'Red' is a better album than 'Speak Now'. She is actually being quite mature here and putting blame on herself for her relationship failures.



Plus 'AlLToo Well' is probably the best song she has ever written.

muddysquirrel
October 24th 2012


53 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5 | Sound Off

Sad to see some of these elitist dicks getting to you, Sowing.



As a mainstream pop artist she is pretty fucking great.

Cygnatti
October 24th 2012


25827 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5 | Sound Off

there is no light, andcas, he was just overly disappointed



also, speak now is miles better than this

AtavanHalen
October 24th 2012


17927 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

us "elitist dicks"



us "elitist dicks"



us "elitist dicks"



us "elitist dicks"



us "ulitist dicks"



us "ulutist dicks"



us "ulutust dicks"



us "ulutust ducks"

Aids
October 24th 2012


24184 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5 | Sound Off

what the hell dude this dissenting opinion will not stand

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AtavanHalen
October 24th 2012


17927 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

elitist duck

Deviant.
Staff Reviewer
October 24th 2012


32004 Comments


Dick elite

Aids
October 24th 2012


24184 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5 | Sound Off

seriously sowing this makes no sense. i read (most of) the review and I understand you giving this a 2, but then why do you love her other stuff so much? this is more or less the same as Speak Now just less catchy and immediate. definitely better than Fearless. and how do you not love "I Knew You Were Trouble"? honestly, most successful usage of mainstream dubstep elements by a pop band/artist yet. I mean basically I'm saying that song is better than Korn and Muse so not huge praise, but it's so good i literally cannot stop listening to it.

Douglas
October 24th 2012


9237 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0 | Sound Off

I Knew You Were Trouble is really catchy, loven the wubs

auberginedreams
October 24th 2012


6081 Comments


damn aids a 4? i haven't listened to this but i can't really see it being that good.

Aids
October 24th 2012


24184 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5 | Sound Off

I love Taylor Swift though. i havent heard her first album but Fearless is a 3.5 and Speak Now is a strong 4.

RosaParks
October 24th 2012


16293 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

loved the lead single so im gonna check this out

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toxin.
October 24th 2012


12855 Comments


weeeEEEE are never ever getting back together

RosaParks
October 24th 2012


16293 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

itz zo catchy

Aids
October 24th 2012


24184 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5 | Sound Off

now im lying on the cold hard groundddddd

TomServo
October 24th 2012


542 Comments


Sounds like Sowing needs a Sputnik group hug

robin
Emeritus
October 24th 2012


4286 Comments


she has always remained very grounded. It’s been refreshing to watch someone so down-to-earth achieve such great success, and even more refreshing to watch her not change because of it.


this is all i ever hear anyone say about taylor swift



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