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SWIFT KICK: In the days leading up to the release of her third album, Speak Now (Big Machine), there’s been no avoiding Taylor Swift. Angelenos got a double dose of the nearly 21-year-old crossover country star in the Sunday L.A. Times. There she was, looking sophisticated on the first page of the Arts & Books section and looking wholesome on the cover of Parade. “I have thought about it, and obsessed over it and finally gotten it to a place where I’m so proud of it,” she told interviewer Randy Lewis, referring to the album. “I’ve said everything I’ve wanted to say that’s happened in the last two years. I can’t wait for people to hear it… I love writing music about what happened to me today. That keeps it really like a journal. This is just the next phase of it.” (10/25a)

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