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As for the Vault songs, when compared to the Vault songs released on Fearless and Red, I find these to be better than Fearless but not as superior as Red (at least, as of right now). What Vault songs could reach the level of All Too Well 10 Minute Version? Nothing can. The Vault songs for Speak Now do sound close to the "sound" of Speak Now, something that the Vault songs from Fearless and Red did not; they sounded close to what Swift created since 1989 or Reputation, which is not a bad thing. The Vault songs here have been produced to be as close to the original album that I feel as if they must have been transported through time to 2023. I appreciate their work to create a cohesiveness over the entire album. The standout Vault songs (in my opinion) are Elective Touch (feat. Fall Out Boy), I Can See You, Foolish One, and Timeless. I need more time with When Emma Falls in Love and Castles Crumbling, but they are both wonderful songs. There are a several songs Swifties had hoped to see on this album which were written around this time, but it is important to remember that Speak Now is a self-written album, meaning certain songs are not possible to exist here. Our full range of studio equipment from all the leading equipment and software brands. Guaranteed fast delivery and low prices. Taylor Swift Speak Now Taylor's Version SVG PNG | Silhouette and Cricut File, Vinyl or Sublimation Prints
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Speak Now has always been one of my favorite Taylor Swift albums, so I've been greatly anticipating the release of Taylor's Version. Her previous rerecordings (Fearless, Red) were able to elevate what she had created, her mature voice providing both albums with gravitas. With Speak Now (Taylor's Version) you are given the same incredible album with clear instrumentals, crisp vocals, and professional production. I will admit that there are moments I love from the original album, certain ways in which Swift sang a lyric or a way the music sounded, which have changed slightly. This doesn't detract from the album. It's merely something to get used to over time. Example: The Story of Us has a few moments when Swift speaks rather than sings, and I've grown to love the sass of the original version, and I just don't feel like the sass is present in this version to the same extent. Again, this is just me.