Taylor Swift 1989 (Taylor's Version) Album

 For Taylor Swift, 2014 might have felt like one long debutante ball. On her fifth album, 1989, she emerged as a pop superstar, platinum coursing through her veins, Victoria’s Secret models flanking her like groupies, and a jewel-encrusted microphone permanently affixed to her right hand. For the first eight years of her career, she had been known for her intimate, open-hearted songwriting. On 1989, she traded in six-minute open letters and vivid diary entries for songs that were bright, punchy, and dramatic. It was her “first official pop album,”

 as she herself put it at the time (dubstep drops on 2012’s Red be damned), inspired by the decade of her birth but totally contemporary in its single-minded pursuit of chart domination and Grammys supremacy. The gambit worked: Your aunt who only listens to Whitney Houston probably bought 1989; the guy who thinks his indie records are much cooler than yours definitely told you it contained “some really well-crafted pop songs” on a Tinder date once. 

The album yielded five Hot 100 top 10s, including three No. 1s, and hovered in the top 10 of the Billboard 200 for its entire first year of release. Behind Adele, it was the best-selling album of 2015. And it crystalized an image of Swift that she hasn’t been able to shake off over the intervening decade: that of an invulnerable, sweetly Machiavellian pop deity, arranging her music and the world around her with equal precision.

Album Download


1. "Welcome to New York"

2. "Blank Space"

3. "Style"

4. "Out of the Woods"

5. "All You Had to Do Was Stay"

6. "Shake It Off"

7. "I Wish You Would"

8. "Bad Blood"

9. "Wildest Dreams"

10. "How You Get the Girl"

11. "This Love"

12. "I Know Places"

13. "Clean"

14. "Wonderland"

15. "You Are In Love"

16. "New Romantics"

17. ""Slut!""

18. "Say Don't Go"

19. "Now That We Don't Talk"

20. "Suburban Legends"

21. "Is It Over Now?"

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