Taylor Swift is one of the most prolific music artists to date. Not only does the younger generation relate to her songs, but her lyrics are also often the center of controversies: she has been known to write songs about her boyfriends

Amazon gives you the vinyl records of Taylor Swift to complete your collection. Whether you are one of the SWIFTIES or not, these albums are worth your while.

Fearless Platinum Edition [2 LP]

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Vinyl Records: Taylor Swift (Fearless)

Fearless Platinum Edition is a 2 LP 180g vinyl by Big Machine. It is in a gatefold jacket that has twenty songs on each. The songs in this track are as follows:

  • Jump Then Fall
  • Forever & Always (Piano Version)
  • Untouchable
  • Come In With The Rain
  • The Other Side Of The Door
  • Fearless
  • Fifteen
  • Superstar
  • Love Story
  • Hey Stephen
  • White Horse
  • You Belong With Me
  • You're Not Sorry
  • Breathe
  • Tell Me Why
  • The way I Loved You
  • The Best Day
  • Change

With Taylor Swift's sophomore effort, "Fearless" came out in November 2008. The record became Swift's number one and the most-awarded country album of all time. Despite the success of the "Fearless," doubts started to spread about the songwriting abilities of Taylor Swift. That's when she started to write her third album, "Speak Now." Writing the songs alone to prove herself. 

1989 [2 LP]

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Vinyl Records: Taylor Swift (1989)

The "1989" vinyl record is a two-LP in gatefold. It is a 12" album at 33 rpm and contains 13 songs. The title of the album was taken after the year Taylor Swift was born. It is also influenced by the late 80's songs. "1989" is Taylor Swift's fifth studio album and won three Grammy Awards.

Here is the list of songs from 1989:

  • Welcome to New York

  • Blank space

  • Style

  • Out of the Woods

  • All You Had to Do Was Stay

  • Shake It Off

  • I Wish You Would

  • Bad Blood

  • Wildest Dreams

  • How You Get the Girl

  • This Love

  • I Know Places

  • Clean

In the pop music scene, "1989" was Taylor Swift's official entry. This album became a way for her to be known as a musical titan. It is the only album in 2014 that sold over a million copies in its first week of release and became #1 for five non-consecutive weeks. 

Red [2 LP]

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Vinyl Records: Taylor Swift (Red)

"Red," released in December 4, 2012, has 2 discs and is labelled by Big Machine. Its total running time is 33 minutes. 

Among the tracks in the album are:

  • State of Grace
  • Red
  • Treacherous
  • I Knew You Were Trouble
  • All Too Well, 22
  • I Almost Do
  • We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together
  • Stay Stay Stay
  • The Last Time ft. Gary Lightbody of Show Patrol
  • Holy Ground, Sad Beautiful
  • The Lucky One
  • Everything Has Changed ft. Ed Sheeran
  • Starlight
  • Begin Again

The transformation of Swift's hair from a curly hair signature to a straight one started before the release of the "Red" album in October 2012, giving remarks about a new era in her personal life as well as in her career. After her heartbreak, Swift successfully channeled all her emotions to her songs and became a fan favorite. 

Reputation [2 LP][Picture Disc]

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Vinyl Records: Taylor Swift (Reputation)


The double-picture disc vinyl has a hype-stickered gatefold picture sleeve, and the house is sealed. "Reputation" is the most anticipated album in the year 2017. 

With the pop genre, Taylor Swift's "reputation" vinyl record has the following songs:

  •  Ready for It? 
  • End Game
  • I Did Something Bad
  • Don't Blame Me
  • Delicate
  • Look What You Made Me Do
  • So It Goes...
  • Gorgeous
  • Getaway Car
  • King of My Heart
  • Dancing With Our Hands Tied
  • Dress
  • This Is Why We Can't Have Nice Things
  • Call It What You Want
  • New Year's Day
  • Before signing with Republic Records, Taylor Swift had her last album with Big Machine Records, "Reputation." She expressed her artistic ownership when she focused on "Lover," for which she co-produced most of the tracks. Taylor Swift also directed and co-directed each of the music videos in her album.