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- Song Name: We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together
- Artist Name / Band Name: Taylor Swift
- Produced By: Shellback & Max Martin
- Album Name: Red
- Release Date: August 13, 2012
- Genre: Country, Pop
- Record Label: Big Machine Records
- Written By: Shellback, Taylor Swift & Max Martin
- Performance: Peaked at No.
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Taylor Swift – We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together Review
Another breakup song from Taylor Swift—that is the instant impression over her single ‘We are Never Ever Getting Back Together.’ The song is the carrier single of her fourth CD ‘Red,’ released in August 2012. The pop song is, not surprisingly, a commercial success.
It is crucial to Swift’s singing career. After raising the bar on her previous album ‘Speak Now,’ everyone seems to be curious whether she can pull off another phenomenon.
Its lyrics talk about Swift’s frustrations and disappointment towards an ex-boyfriend who is apparently trying to revive their relationship. Striking is the song’s heavy electronic production and Swift’s unique vocal styling that makes her pop.
Perhaps, it heralds her music transition from country music. Noticeable in the track is an acoustic guitar that comes with synthesizers rolled over electronic drum beat.
Critics agree that the track is a good teaser for the album. However, it may fail to measure to the standards she set on her previous hits. But don’t get it wrong.
This track is far from being a disappointment. It may lack luster but it can do to appease Swift’s fans who have been waiting for a new song.