Agreed! I have that version (as well as the Glee Cast cover) saved in my Spotify library.Spartan wrote:At The Ballet. What a babe of a song. I’ve got the Barbra Streisand version with Anne Hathaway and Daisy Ridley on it and it’s also awesome!
It has spent three days at #1 here, though.SummerPeur wrote:Ugh yes at Moonlight showing up! Even though its at the bottom end of the chart!
• Forgive me for opening my first comment in 5ever with something negative...but I rushed in here after seeing your latest avatar change, and I'm a little (totally) heartbroken to see that "Delicate" is NOT among the reputation debuts Just allow me a moment to mourn/mope, and I'll be alright...JSparksFan wrote:01.(NE) Taylor Swift - Getaway Car (Hot Shot Debut)
03.(RE) Lady Gaga - ARTPOP
06.(NE) Taylor Swift - I Did Something Bad
07.(03) Ed Sheeran - Perfect (feat. Beyoncé) (Biggest Free Faller)
08.(NE) Taylor Swift - Dancing with Our Hands Tied
09.(RE) Madonna - Deeper and Deeper
10.(RE) Carly Rae Jepsen - I Didn't Just Come Here to Dance
11.(RE) LP - Lost on You
12.(NE) Taylor Swift - King of My Heart
14.(RE) Taylor Swift - ...Ready for It?
17.(RE) Cardi B - Bodak Yellow
18.(17) Shawn Mendes - There's Nothing Holdin' Me Back
19.(RE) Taylor Swift - Look What You Made Me Do
20.(RE) Adele - Rolling in the Deep
I've been listening to "Delicate" today, and I'm slowly warming to it.phoenix98 wrote:• Forgive me for opening my first comment in 5ever with something negative...but I rushed in here after seeing your latest avatar change, and I'm a little (totally) heartbroken to see that "Delicate" is NOT among the reputation debuts Just allow me a moment to mourn/mope, and I'll be alright...
"King of My Heart" is definitely one of the stand-out tracks, but I think we both agree that this is a sub-par release from T-Swizzle. I'm getting close to calling it her weakest LP to date.phoenix98 wrote:• On the bright side, I'm pleased to see "King Of My Heart" come in 4th among the reputation entries, since it's been a close(ish) second for me since the album dropped! I think the chorus would've sounded right at home on 1989 (which is quite the compliment), and I love that (somewhat-jarring, but still so satisfying) drop/breakdown/whatever that immediately follows.
Oh, I've been swooning over the Shotgun shot in the dark hook since I first heard it. So epic!phoenix98 wrote:• I do enjoy "Getaway Car", it's just had the trouble of falling into this...middling territory for me. It's certainly not one of the album's most...challenging moments, but it also hasn't struck me enough to avoid getting over-shadowed by my early favorites.
Because "Call It What You Want" is fairly 'old' now, I haven't been playing it as much as the other songs. Keep in mind that I'm just now hearing Reputation[i] since she's [i]just now put it on Spotify. For me, "Call It What You Want" is the second best track on the album, so there's still lots of love from me for it.phoenix98 wrote:• Speaking of early favorites, you saw the appeal of "Call It What You Want" well before I did, so I'm a little surprised it couldn't manage a return now. I simply (embarrassingly) didn't get it at first, but now I'd be tempted to rank it in my reputation Top 5.
Well, it's tracks nine to 14 that's the sweet spot for me. Glad you love "Getaway Car" as well!luckyONE wrote:I am happy to see "King Of My Heart" among your new entries as it is one of my favorite songs off "reputation".
I'm perfectly fine, I live on my own
I made up my mind, I'm better off bein' alone
We met a few weeks ago
<3 that song definitely would make my Top 50 at the moment if I did a new Taylor Swift countdown.
"Getaway Car" is such a stunning song, actually the entire part of reputation from track 8 to track 12 is my favorite - so I am also glad to see "Dancing With Our Hands Tied" in your Top 20.
apart from Taylor (I like every song by her that made your Top 20...)
"Rolling In The Deep" is one of THE songs of this current decade IMO. It never gets old. the "21" era was just so amazing. probably even more interesting than the "25" era as it was just so unbelieveable what she was able to achieve week after week in 2011!
love "deeper and deeper" and it's great that it pops up here from time to time. glad she sang it on the "rebel heart tour" (which i saw live).
Salutations, Jake!JakeP wrote:Hi Akini
As you should! You're also indirectly responsible for another Cheryl entry on today's chart.JakeP wrote:So i'm totes taking credit for this appearance. Its by far Cheryl's best solo single.
I never thought Niall had much personality, and he didn't really shine on most of the 1D songs. He's definitely been shining as a solo star, but in the group, it was all about Harry and Zayn from my point of view. Liam seemed the third most relevant, Louis the fourth, and Niall the least.JakeP wrote:Referring back to a comment you posted in your year end countdown, i was quite shocked to discover that Niall used to be your least favourite member of One Direction. It's quite weird though because i never found him that attractive to begin with but i liked his personality and his sense of humour. Now i'd say Niall has really matured and developed into one gorgeous guy. Zayn and Liam are also fine.
You should. It's one of her finest tracks.JakeP wrote:Not played Moonlight for a while, might give one a listen later on.
It's a really great line to lead into the chorus, no doubt about that!JSparksFan wrote:Oh, I've been swooning over the Shotgun shot in the dark hook since I first heard it. So epic!
Ah, that makes perfect sense . Of course you'd want to give your attention to the material that just became available! Forgive the painfully obvious question, but if No. 1 = "Getaway Car", No. 2 = "Call It What You Want", No. 3 = "King Of My Heart"? No. 4 - No. 5 = ? ?JSparksFan wrote:Because "Call It What You Want" is fairly 'old' now, I haven't been playing it as much as the other songs. Keep in mind that I'm just now hearing Reputation since she's just now put it on Spotify. For me, "Call It What You Want" is the second best track on the album, so there's still lots of love from me for it.
• Kudos to Jake for inspiring these Cheryl throwbacks! Hard to believe that was 7-8 years ago now, but I really adored (and still do) all three singles from 3 Words. A shame that the rest of the album was MUCH more hit-or-miss (and more often "miss", at that...)JSparksFan wrote:01.(RE) Imagine Dragons - Whatever It Takes (Best Comeback)
02.(RE) Cheryl - Parachute
04.(RE) Zayn & Taylor Swift - I Don't Wanna Live Forever
06.(RE) Childish Gambino - Redbone
07.(RE) Taylor Swift - Getaway Car
08.(RE) Portugal. The Man - Feel It Still
09.(RE) Camila Cabello - Havana
10.(RE) Lady Gaga - Dancin' in Circles
11.(RE) LP - Lost on You
12.(RE) Taylor Swift - Clean
13.(RE) Sia - Chandelier
14.(RE) Imagine Dragons - On Top of the World
15.(01) Cheryl - Fight for This Love (Biggest Free Faller)
16.(RE) Imagine Dragons - Demons
17.(RE) Imagine Dragons - Radioactive
18.(RE) Imagine Dragons - Believer
19.(RE) Imagine Dragons - Thunder
20.(RE) Carly Rae Jepsen - Run Away with Me
That's an ambitious guess of where "King of My Heart" ranks. My Reputation Top 5 looks like:phoenix98 wrote:Ah, that makes perfect sense . Of course you'd want to give your attention to the material that just became available! Forgive the painfully obvious question, but if No. 1 = "Getaway Car", No. 2 = "Call It What You Want", No. 3 = "King Of My Heart"? No. 4 - No. 5 = ? ?
It's year-end-countdown season, so Taylor is competing against the wave of my favourite songs of the year, and Reputation isn't strong enough to stand up to that.phoenix98 wrote:• Damn, if "Getaway Car" is already the lone reputation survivor, maybe there aren't even enough worthwhile options for that Top 5 that I requested above...
And if the world needed a speck of justice this season, it looks like "All I Want for Christmas Is You" is coming for a Top 5/10 Hot 100 peak!phoenix98 wrote:• Possibly due to you shining a spotlight on her racist past (and a little help from Ed+Bey), it looks like Camila won't be claiming her first Hot 100 No. 1 anytime soon...
"It's Time" is cute, but too simple, and lacks a strong message.phoenix98 wrote:• So many solid Imagine Dragons singles re-appearing! Funnily enough, their big breakthrough "Radioactive" is probably my least favorite of the bunch here No love for "It's Time", though?