Community·Posted on Jun 8, 2021I Rated All Of Taylor Swift’s Albums From Worst To Best And You Can’t Change My Mind"It was the best of times, the worst of crimes."by hannahahearnCommunity ContributorApproved and edited by BuzzFeed Community TeamFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 10. Evermore Universal Music Group Evermore...what can I say except that it was underwhelming. In MY opinion, the sister albums (Folklore and Evermore) just missed the mark. They were dark and overall just pretty unenjoyable. There were a couple of songs that weren't the worst ever, namely "Champagne Problems." Overall this album is painfully average. 9. Folklore Universal Music Group This album is similar to Evermore in so many ways, which means that every song Taylor put on here sounded exactly the same. The hype leading up to this album was tremendous and I expected something absolutely amazing. Instead, I got "Cardigan" and "Illicit Affairs," which are the only two songs on the whole album that I can listen to without wanting to rip my hair out. 8. 1989 Big Machine I LOVED 1989 when it first came out. "Blank Space," "Wildest Dreams," "Welcome to New York," "Shake it Off" — all iconic Taylor pop songs. However, when I now go to re-listen to it I feel like a child and some of the songs feel juvenile. "Style" will always be the best, I live for some Harry Styles slander. 7. Lover Republic Records/Universal Music Group Lover was my favorite recent Taylor album for quite some time...that was until I listened to Reputation on repeat (now you can probably see that I adore Reputation). Lover was better than average and was a fun album to blast in the car. However, some of the songs revolved around boy drama that had already been addressed. You can't tell me that "Cruel Summer," "I Forgot That You Existed," and "Paper Rings" aren't some of her best work and these are why this album is better than her newer stuff. 6. Speak Now Big Machine I have a complicated past with these next three albums. I was too young to fully understand all the drama but they really define my childhood, I think (anyone from Gen Z will more than likely agree with me). The album is shorter than I had hoped, but who wouldn't want to diss John Mayer for a whole song? I think that the passion in this album is unmatched and "Mean" will always be a post-high school anthem in my opinion. 5. Fearless Big Machine Listening to Fearless for the first time is not something I will ever forget. I mean "Love Story," "Fifteen," "You Belong With Me," "Hey Stephen" are songs that basically defined and shaped me as a kid in elementary school. I remember listening to "Fifteen" the other day and now that I have passed that year of my life I was able to relate on a completely different level which was awesome. The only critique for me is that it every song doesn't really fit together and it is a little disjointed. 4. Taylor Swift Big Machine Taylor's first album was definitely one for the books. This is where she emerged in 2006 as a pop-country artist and pretty much every song was enjoyable. "Picture to Burn" was and still is a song that will forever be listened to. This namesake album was the beginning of Taylor Swift's death grip on the music industry and she has yet to let go. 3. Reputation Big Machine Reputation gave us "Getaway Car" and "Look What You Made Me Do." These two iconic songs will never be forgotten and they are still staples on so many of my playlists. I think that Reputation is the best current album from this era of Taylor Swift and I don't think anyone could change my mind. Also, this mixed media album cover is sick. 2. Fearless (Taylor's Version) Republic Records/Universal Music Group Fearless was good but THIS is great. Taylor's version made this album amazing, the only reason it isn't number one is that I had already heard the majority of the songs, and they hadn't been changed too much. The hopes for this album were high and Taylor definitely met them. It has a fuller and richer sound that her first edition was lacking, this is not surprising as she was 18 when she first recorded Fearless and she's 31 now. When it first dropped I listened to it for hours and I think that everything about it is amazing. 1. Red Big Machine This album...I have nothing but good things to say. From when I was 10 until I was 19 I have ALWAYS listened to this album. When I was 10 my favorite was "All Too Well" and now that I'm 19 my favorite is STILL "All Too Well." It's obvious that every song is good but "All Too Well" is why Red ranks at the top of my list. I could go on for hours but let's leave it at that. What are your thoughts? Would you rank these the same or differently?