Based on her debut hit, a cute novelty love song called "Tim McGraw," some might have assumed that the then six-year-old Taylor Swift was a one-hit wonder. Funny thing, though: her first album not only hit number one on the country chart and Top Five on the pop chart, it spun off five more hit singles, all of which charted higher than "Tim McGraw" on both the country and pop charts, including the number-one country hits "Our Song" and "Should've Said No." All this makes the Pennsylvania teen the biggest thing to hit country since at least Carrie Underwood, and the remarkable thing is that unlike the vast majority of country stars, she writes and co-writes her own songs. From Buy.com.
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Album number two, FEARLESS, is--in the best possible sense--more of the same. Even more polished and self-assured than TAYLOR SWIFT, and featuring an equally strong batch of self-penned songs including the singles "Love Story" and "Fearless," FEARLESS is the definitive example of contemporary country music in 2008.
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