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Taylor Swift’s ‘1989’ (Taylor’s Version) 21 Song Tracklist

Taylor Swift's '1989' (Taylor's Version) Tracklist The original "1989" album, released in 2014, marked a significant departure for Swift as she fully embraced the pop genre. With chart-topping hits like "Shake It Off," "Blank Space," and "Style," solidified her status as a pop superstar. However, due to a contractual dispute, Taylor Swift had to endure years of not having control over her early works. With the "Taylor's Version" project, she is taking back that control by re-recording and re-releasing her music, starting with "Fearless" and continuing with "1989." The re-record will be released on October 27th. https://www.instagram.com/p/CvwPZgYuCcV/ 1989 (Taylor's Version) Re-recording The 1989 (Taylor's Version) album release is more than a re-recording. It's a statement of ownership, empowerment, and unwavering dedication to the craft of music. As fans and music enthusiasts continue to embrace this reimagined classic, it marks another significant chapter in Taylor Swift's remarkable career and her ongoing quest for artistic independence. Swift's meticulous attention to detail and unwavering commitment to her craft are evident in these re-recorded tracks. The album includes all the original songs along with some additional unreleased content, offering a fresh perspective on a beloved classic. For fans, it's a chance to revisit the nostalgia of "1989" while also celebrating Swift's journey as an artist. '1989' Music Videos Taylor Swift’s music videos are some of the most iconic and memorable of the past decade. Throughout her career, Swift has consistently pushed the boundaries of what a music video can be. She has crafted visually stunning productions that tell compelling stories and capture the essence of her music. Some of her most iconic music videos come from her songs off the '1989' album including 'Blank Space' and 'Bad Blood.' Check out 13 of her most iconic music videos here. Take a look and listen to all the new music from Taylor Swift's '1989' (Taylor's Version) and all the unreleased songs "from the Vault."

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