The 15-song record -- which marks Swift's sixth full-length -- came out just before midnight Friday (Nov. 10), which Swifties around the world likely stayed up late eagerly to hear. Prior to the album's official release, Swift had unveiled four tracks from the LP, kicking off with the Billboard Hot 100 No. 1 lead single "Look What You Made Me Do," followed by "...Ready For It?," "Gorgeous" and "Call It What You Want," the latter of which was released just last Friday (Nov. 3).
Those initial four tracks hinted that Swift's latest album is her most production-heavy yet, and most of the other tracks, such as "I Did Something Bad," "King Of My Heart" and "Don't Blame Me," prove this to be true. There's even a bumping team-up with Future and past collaborator Ed Sheeran to mix things up. Yet, there's still flavors of past Swift albums on the Jack Antonoff-produced record (even though the old Taylor is dead), with "Getaway Car" reminding of 1989 and piano-based album closer "New Year's Day" adding Fearless vibes.