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Taylor SwiftRed

Label:Big Machine Records – BMR310400D
Format:
2 x Vinyl, LP, Album
Country:US
Released:
Genre:Pop, Folk, World, & Country
Style:Country

Tracklist

A1State Of Grace
Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, BassNathan Chapman
Backing VocalsTaylor Swift
Coordinator [Production Coordinator]Jason Campbell (4), LeAnn "Goddess" Bennett*, Mike "Frog" Griffith
DrumsNick Buda
Engineer [Additional Engineering]Brian David Willis, Matt Rausch
Mastered ByHank Williams (2)
Mixed ByJustin Niebank
Mixed By [Assisted]Drew Bollman
PercussionEric Darken
Recorded ByChad Carlson
Recorded By [Assisted]Leland Elliot*
Written-ByTaylor Swift
4:56
A2Red
Acoustic Guitar, PercussionNathan Chapman
Banjo [Ganjo]Ilya Toshinskiy*, Nathan Chapman
BassJimmie Sloas*
BouzoukiDann Huff
Cello, FiddleJonathan Yudkin
Coordinator [Production Coordinator]Jason Campbell (4), Mike "Frog" Griffith
DrumsAaron Sterling
Edited By [Digital Editing]Dann Huff
Electric GuitarDann Huff, Tom Bukovac
Mastered ByHank Williams (2)
Mixed ByJustin Niebank
Mixed By [Assisted]Drew Bollman
Recorded BySteve Marcantonio
Recorded By [Assisted]Seth Morton
Steel GuitarPaul Franklin
Upright Piano, Synth, Organ [B-3]Charlie Judge*
Written-ByTaylor Swift
3:41
A3Treacherous
Acoustic GuitarTaylor Swift
Backing VocalsDan Wilson, Taylor Swift
DrumsAaron Sterling
Electric Guitar, Bass, PianoDan Wilson
Electric Piano, Synthesizer [Synth Strings], GuitarAndy Thompson (2)
Mastered ByHank Williams (2)
Mixed ByManny Marroquin
Mixed By [Assisted]Chris Galland, Delbert Bowers
ProducerDan Wilson
Written-ByDan Wilson, Taylor Swift
4:01
A4I Knew You Were Trouble
Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Bass, Keyboards, Programmed ByShellback (2)
Coordinator [Production Coordinator]JoAnn Tominaga
Engineer [Engineered For Mix Assisted]Tim Roberts
Engineer [Engineered For Mix]John Hanes
KeyboardsMax Martin
Mastered ByTom Coyne
Mixed BySerban Ghenea
Recorded ByMichael Ilbert, Sam Holland
Recorded By [Assisted]Eric Eylands
3:38
B1All Too Well
Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Bass, Backing Vocals, Keyboards, DrumsNathan Chapman
Coordinator [Production Coordinator]Jason Campbell (4), LeAnn "Goddess" Bennett*, Mike "Frog" Griffith
Engineer [Additional Engineering]Brian David Willis
Mastered ByHank Williams (2)
Mixed ByJustin Niebank
Mixed By [Assisted]Drew Bollman
Recorded ByNathan Chapman
Written-ByLiz Rose, Taylor Swift
5:28
B222
Acoustic GuitarShellback (2), Taylor Swift
Electric Guitar, Bass, Programmed ByShellback (2)
EngineerJohn Hanes
KeyboardsMax Martin, Shellback (2)
Mastered ByTom Coyne
Mixed BySerban Ghenea
Mixed By [Assisted]Tim Roberts
Recorded ByMichael Ilbert, Sam Holland
Recorded By [Assisted]Eric Eylands
3:51
B3I Almost Do
Acoustic Guitar, Bass, DrumsNathan Chapman
Backing VocalsTaylor Swift
Coordinator [Production Coordinator]Jason Campbell (4), LeAnn "Goddess" Bennett*, Mike "Frog" Griffith
Mastered ByHank Williams (2)
Mixed ByJustin Niebank
Mixed By [Assisted]Drew Bollman
Recorded ByNathan Chapman
Written-ByTaylor Swift
4:03
B4We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together
Coordinator [Production Coordinator]JoAnn Tominaga
Engineer [Engineered For Mix Assisted]Tim Roberts
Engineer [Engineered For Mix]John Hanes
Guitar, Bass, Keyboards, Programmed ByShellback (2)
KeyboardsMax Martin
Mastered ByTom Coyne
Mixed BySerban Ghenea
Recorded ByMichael Ilbert, Sam Holland
Recorded By [Assisted]Eric Eylands, Greg Fuess
3:11
C1Stay Stay Stay
Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Mandolin, Bass, KeyboardsNathan Chapman
Backing VocalsNathan Chapman, Taylor Swift
Coordinator [Production Coordinator]Jason Campbell (4), LeAnn "Goddess" Bennett*, Mike "Frog" Griffith
DrumsNick Buda
Engineer [Additional Engineering]Brian David Willis, Matt Rausch
Mastered ByHank Williams (2)
Mixed ByJustin Niebank
Mixed By [Assisted]Drew Bollman
PercussionEric Darken
Recorded ByChad Carlson
Recorded By [Assisted]Leland Elliott
Written-ByTaylor Swift
3:25
C2The Last Time
Contractor [Orchestra Fixer], ConcertmasterEric Gorfain
Coordinator [Production Coordinator]JoAnn Tominaga
DrumsBill Rieflin*
Edited ByMatt Bishop (3)
FeaturingGary Lightbody
Guitar, Bass, Keyboards, Programmed ByJacknife Lee
Mastered ByHank Williams (2)
Mixed ByMark "Spike" Stent*
Mixed By [Assisted]Matty Green (2)
Orchestrated By, ConductorOwen Pallett
PianoJamie Muhoberac
ProducerJacknife Lee
Recorded By [Assisted]Chris Owens (2)
4:58
C3Holy Ground
Backing VocalsJeff Bhasker, Tyler Johnson
Bass, Keyboards, Piano, Programmed ByJeff Bhasker
Coordinator [Production Coordinator]JoAnn Tominaga
Engineer [Engineered For Mix Assisted]Tim Roberts
Engineer [Engineered For Mix]John Hanes
GuitarAnders Mouridsen
Mastered ByTom Coyne
Mixed BySerban Ghenea
ProducerJeff Bhasker
Recorded ByPawel Sek
Recorded By [Guitars]Tyler Johnson
Written-ByTaylor Swift
3:22
C4Sad Beautiful Tragic
Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Ukulele, Bass, Keyboards, Percussion, DrumsNathan Chapman
Backing VocalsTaylor Swift
Coordinator [Production Coordinator]Jason Campbell (4), LeAnn "Goddess" Bennett*, Mike "Frog" Griffith
Mastered ByHank Williams (2)
Mixed ByJustin Niebank
Mixed By [Assisted]Drew Bollman
Recorded ByNathan Chapman
Written-ByTaylor Swift
4:44
D1The Lucky One
Backing VocalsJeff Bhasker
Bass, Keyboards, Piano, Programmed ByJeff Bhasker
Coordinator [Production Coordinator]JoAnn Tominaga
Engineer [Engineered For Mix Assisted]Tim Roberts
Engineer [Engineered For Mix]John Hanes
GuitarAnders Mouridsen
Mastered ByTom Coyne
Mixed BySerban Ghenea
ProducerJeff Bhasker
Recorded ByPawel Sek
Recorded By [Guitars]Tyler Johnson
Written-ByTaylor Swift
4:01
D2Everything Has Changed
Arranged By [Strings], Composed By [Strings]Patrick Warren
BassJake Sinclair
Coordinator [Production Coordinator]JoAnn Tominaga
FeaturingEd Sheeran
Guitar, Keyboards, Percussion, DrumsButch Walker
Mastered ByHank Williams (2)
Mixed ByJustin Niebank
Mixed By [Assisted]Drew Bollman
ProducerButch Walker
Recorded ByJake Sinclair
Written-ByEd Sheeran, Taylor Swift
4:04
D3Starlight
BassJimmie Sloas*
Coordinator [Production Coordinator]Jason Campbell (4), Mike "Frog" Griffith
Drums, Programmed By [Percussion]J Bonilla*
Electric GuitarDann Huff, Nathan Chapman
Electric Guitar [Solo, Conceived By]Nathan Chapman
Electric Guitar [Solo]Dann Huff
Engineer [Engineered For Mix Assisted]Tim Roberts
Engineer [Engineered For Mix]John Hanes
Mastered ByTom Coyne
Mixed BySerban Ghenea
Piano, SynthNathan Chapman
Recorded ByJoe Baldridge
Synth, StringsCharlie Judge*
Written-ByTaylor Swift
3:38
D4Begin Again
Acoustic GuitarDann Huff, Nathan Chapman
Acoustic Guitar [High String]Dann Huff
Backing VocalsCaitlin Evanson
BassJimmie Sloas*
Coordinator [Production Coordinator]Jason Campbell (4), Mike "Frog" Griffith
DrumsAaron Sterling
Edited By [Digital Editing]Dann Huff
Electric GuitarDann Huff, Tom Bukovac
MandolinIlya Toshinskiy*
Mastered ByHank Williams (2)
Mixed ByJustin Niebank
Mixed By [Assisted]Drew Bollman
Organ [B-3], Synth, Strings, Accordion, PianoCharlie Judge*
Recorded BySteve Marcantonio
Recorded By [Assisted]Seth Morton
Steel GuitarPaul Franklin
ViolinJonathan Yudkin
Written-ByTaylor Swift
3:58
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Notes

Packaged in a gatefold sleeve.
Track durations are not listed on the release.
Runouts are etched.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 8 43930 00710 3
  • Barcode (Scanned): 843930007103
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, Variant 1): BMR-310400D-A-RE-2 WG/NRP Ⓤ
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, Variant 1): BMR-310400D-B-RE-2 WG/NRP Ⓤ
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C runout, Variant 1): BMR-310400D-C-RE-2 WG/NRP Ⓤ
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D runout, Variant 1): BMR-310400D-D-RE-2 WG/NRP Ⓤ
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, Variant 2): BMR-310400D-A-RE-1 WG/NRP Ⓤ
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, Variant 2): BMR-310400D-B-RE-1 WG/NRP Ⓤ
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C runout, Variant 2): BMR-310400D-C-RE-1 WG/NRP Ⓤ
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D runout, Variant 2): BMR-310400D-D-RE-1 WG/NRP Ⓤ

Other Versions (5 of 94)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
New Submission
Red (22×File, AAC, Album, Deluxe Edition, 256 kbps)Big Machine RecordsnoneUS2012
Red (2×CD, Album, Deluxe Edition)Big Machine RecordsBMR310450AUS2012
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Red (CD, Album)Big Machine Records, Mercury, Universal Music Group International3717453UK2012
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Red (2×CD, Album, Deluxe Edition)Big Machine Records, Universal Music Group International0602537173143Europe2012
New Submission
Red (CD, Album, Limited Edition, Signed Slipcase Edition)Big Machine Records, Mercury3717453UK2012

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Reviews

  • uninvited97's avatar
    uninvited97
    Edited 8 months ago
    Alright, I own both the "Big Machine Records" and the "Re-Recordings" on vinyl. Out of all of the "Big Machine Records" albums, this one is probably the worst. Both of the discs are warped (but they are still playable and doesn't cause any skating/gliding). The sound quality is honestly poor and gradually gets worse as the songs progress. There are nasty pops during "22," Starlight," "and "Begin Again" that won't go away even after thorough cleaning. The last songs on each side are the most muddy (if muddy isn't the right word, it basically sounds like my ears are clogged due to the seasonal flu). The pitch is definitely higher as stated in previous reviews. Despite these negatives, the album is *playable* as my standards for listening are quite low (and the ranking of my copy is quite low) as there were surprisingly no skips. I also noticed how some reviews stated that the hole in the discs were too small and that was not an issue for me. All in all, I am just happy to have this album in my collection as I’ll mostly listen to the “Re-Recording.”
    • rachel_h's avatar
      rachel_h
      not her best sounding record, but it sounds fine to me. side A sounded almost slightly pitched up, but my memory could just be off from listening to red TV lmao. the rest is nice and quiet
      • CarlosAGarnica's avatar
        In my experience, Taylor has pretty bad pressings, this one in my opinion sounds even irritating to the ears, I don't know why but sounds with too much treble, the highs are way too scratchy. I do not like the mix of this album at all.
        But again, I have at the moment five albums by her and all of them have something when it comes to the pressing.
        I don't know how an artist as big as her can have such poor pressings.
        • macacrs's avatar
          macacrs
          I love this album but it was such a disappointment that the first side is slightly out of tempo, it goes a little faster and a little higher that it should I’m new to vinyls so I have no idea why it came like that, it only happened with the first side of the album though
          • aboutTOdetonate's avatar
            I found this at a nearby Barnes & Noble (for retail price, $25! If you’re looking for a copy of this album, check B&N’s website and search by location if you want to go in person, or order online, don’t pay the scalpers!). The records themselves are 180g, and the overall sound quality is alright. Most of side 1 and a select few tracks across the rest of the album sound really muddy for some reason, specifically “State of Grace”, and some songs sound clear and great, such as “I Almost Do”. I’m not sure what made it such a mixed bag. Both records also have lots of crackles and pops throughout, which isn’t that big of a deal, but what else could you expect from a Big Machine pressing. At least it isn’t hellishly sibilant like that god-awful Fearless (Platinum Edition) pressing! Anyway, if you’re looking for sound quality, maybe go for the upcoming Red (Taylor’s Version) vinyl release, which Im sure will sound somewhat better than this pressing. However, if you’re looking for a copy of this album for your TS collection, I’d say it’s worth the trip to your local B&N.
            • Gswphil's avatar
              Gswphil
              Great sounding vinyl. Very minimal surface noise. Bass is punchy. Only complaint is that the center hole is a little tight.
              • danifoster's avatar
                danifoster
                i honestly don’t know what these comments are taking about - this is the best sounding record i own in my collection. it was like listening to the album again for the first time
                • specialfmvcroc53's avatar
                  okay this album hasn’t gone out of print or anything right? i see some of her older work like og fearless, speak now and self titled at my local stores occasionally but never red or 1989 and those are my favorites. so not out of print right?
                  • georgemusic02's avatar
                    When did this become so rare? I bought this for normal retail price the other day from a local record store and now it seems as if Red has become rare?
                    • Mike03's avatar
                      Mike03
                      Disappointing pressing. Quality of vinyl average to poor. (Noisy, scuffed, and centre hole too small) The mix is compressed - less bass and less highs. For such a popular artist it is surprising. The CD is likely better overall mix.

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