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1989

Album by Taylor Swift
2014, 13 tracks, 49 mins 6 sec
      Welcome To New York (Live from Amazon Prime Concert 2019)
      Live 1
      Welcome To New York (Live from Z100 iHeartRadio Jingle Bell Ball 2019)
      Live 2
      Welcome To New York (Live from 1989 World Tour 2015)
      Live 3
      Welcome To New York (Lyrics Video)
      Lyric 1
      Welcome To New York
      Static Image 1
      Welcome To New York (Remixed by NightCore Music)
      Remix 1
      Blank Space
      Official 1
      Blank Space (Live from The GRAMMY Museum 2015)
      Live 1
      Blank Space (Live from Victoria's Secret fashion show 2014)
      Live 2
      Blank Space (Live from BRIT Awards 2015)
      Live 3
      Blank Space
      Static Image 1
      Blank Space (Remixed by mrdappersound)
      Remix 1
      Blank Space (Remixed by ReDanceOfficial)
      Remix 2
      Blank Space (Remixed by DJ TONY DUB)
      Remix 3
      Blank Space (Remixed by BenX Metalcore)
      Remix 4
      Blank Space (Remixed by Forte Glissant)
      Remix 5
      Style
      Official 1
      Style (Live from #RepTourNetflix 2019)
      Live 1
      Style (Live from Reputation Stadium Tour 2018)
      Live 2
      Style (Lyrics Video)
      Lyric 1
      Style
      Static Image 1
      Style (Remixed by BenX MC)
      Remix 1
      Style (Covered by J.Fla)
      User Cover 1
      Out of the Woods
      Official 1
      Out of the Woods (Live from GRAMMY Museum 2015)
      Live 1
      Out of the Woods (Live from GMA Time Square 2014)
      Live 2
      Out of the Woods (Live from The 58th Grammys 2018)
      Live 3
      Out of the Woods
      Static Image 1
      Out of the Woods (Covered by Anthem Lights)
      User Cover 1
      Out of the Woods (Covered by Savannah Outen & Jake Coco)
      User Cover 2
      Out of the Woods (Covered by Mackenzie Johnson)
      User Cover 3
      Out of the Woods (Covered by Relic Hearts)
      User Cover 4
      Out of the Woods (Covered by Tyler Ward)
      User Cover 5
      All You Had To Do Was Stay (Live from 1989 World Tour 2015)
      Live 1
      All You Had To Do Was Stay
      Static Image 1
      All You Had To Do Was Stay (Covered by Hans Olav Slettebø)
      User Cover 1
      All You Had To Do Was Stay (Covered by Edo Sparks)
      User Cover 2
      All You Had To Do Was Stay (Covered by Cillan Andersson)
      User Cover 3
      All You Had To Do Was Stay (Covered by Natalie Pappalardo)
      User Cover 4
      All You Had To Do Was Stay (Covered by Maddie Wilson)
      User Cover 5
      All You Had To Do Was Stay (Covered by BEXNUN)
      User Cover 6
      All You Had To Do Was Stay (Covered by Peyton McMahon)
      User Cover 7
      All You Had To Do Was Stay (Covered by Lauren McLamb)
      User Cover 8
      Shake It Off
      Official 1
      Shake It Off (Live from the 2014 Video Music Awards 2014)
      Live 1
      Shake It Off (Live from Thanksgiving Day Parade 2017)
      Live 2
      Shake It Off (Live from VMA 2014)
      Live 3
      Shake It Off (Live from BBC Radio 1 Live Lounge 2016)
      Live 4
      Shake It Off (Live from Jingle Bell Ball 2015)
      Live 5
      Shake It Off (Live from iHeart Radio Music Festival 2014)
      Live 6
      Shake It Off (Live from Good Morning America 2014)
      Live 7
      Shake It Off (Live from Grand Journal 2014)
      Live 8
      Shake It Off (Live from Jimmy Kimmel 2016)
      Live 9
      I Wish You Would
      Static Image 1
      I Wish You Would (Remixed by Trippy Boat)
      Remix 1
      I Wish You Would (Covered by ULRIKA)
      User Cover 1
      I Wish You Would (Covered by Chrissie Joslin)
      User Cover 2
      I Wish You Would (Covered by Cillan Andersson)
      User Cover 3
      I Wish You Would (Covered by Lara)
      User Cover 4
      I Wish You Would (Covered by Cee)
      User Cover 5
      I Wish You Would (Covered by AmritaSoon)
      User Cover 6
      I Wish You Would (Covered by Sydney Day)
      User Cover 7
      I Wish You Would (Covered by Andrew VenHuizen)
      User Cover 8
      Bad Blood
      Official 1
      Bad Blood (Live from BBC Radio 1's Big Weekend 2015)
      Live 1
      Bad Blood (Live from Texas 2018)
      Live 2
      Bad Blood
      Static Image 1
      Bad Blood (Remixed by Workout Mix)
      Remix 1
      Bad Blood (Remixed by JoMEriX)
      Remix 2
      Bad Blood (Remixed by KVZTLE)
      Remix 3
      Bad Blood (Remixed by Christopher Tin)
      Remix 4
      Bad Blood (Remixed by PEDRO SAMPAIO)
      Remix 5
      Bad Blood (Covered by Cimorelli/The Johnsons)
      User Cover 1
      Wildest Dreams
      Official 1
      Wildest Dreams (Live from The GRAMMY Museum 2016)
      Live 1
      Wildest Dreams (Live 2016)
      Live 2
      Wildest Dreams (Lyrics Video)
      Lyric 1
      Wildest Dreams (Lyrics Video)
      Lyric 2
      Wildest Dreams
      Static Image 1
      Wildest Dreams (Remixed by Darren Omnet)
      Remix 1
      Wildest Dreams (Remixed by Frankie Fultz)
      Remix 2
      Wildest Dreams (Remixed by Kayden Berkec)
      Remix 3
      Wildest Dreams (Remixed by Electro House Hustlers)
      Remix 4
      How You Get The Girl (Live from The 1989 World Tour Live 2015)
      Live 1
      How You Get The Girl (Live from 1989 World Tour 2015)
      Live 2
      How You Get The Girl (Lyrics Video)
      Lyric 1
      How You Get The Girl
      Static Image 1
      This Love (Live from Reputation Stadium Tour 2018)
      Live 1
      This Love
      Static Image 1
      This Love (Covered by Nicholas Connell)
      User Cover 1
      This Love (Covered by Surreal)
      User Cover 2
      This Love (Covered by Hayley Solano)
      User Cover 3
      This Love (Covered by Melanie Ungar)
      User Cover 4
      This Love (Covered by Juliette Reilly ft. Fairview Band)
      User Cover 5
      This Love (Covered by swiftcovers)
      User Cover 6
      I Know Places (Live from Tokyo 2019)
      Live 1
      I Know Places (Live from 1989 World Tour 2015)
      Live 2
      I Know Places
      Static Image 1
      I Know Places (Covered by Andie Case)
      User Cover 1
      I Know Places (Covered by Bethan Horton)
      User Cover 2
      I Know Places (Covered by Sara King)
      User Cover 3
      I Know Places (Covered by Ryan Streeter + Matthew John)
      User Cover 4
      I Know Places (Covered by Lauren Bonnell)
      User Cover 5
      I Know Places (Covered by Steph Harrison)
      User Cover 6
      I Know Places (Covered by The Harvard LowKeys)
      User Cover 7
    13.
      Clean
      Static Image 1
      Clean (Remixed by Kalii & Paola Bennet)
      Remix 1
      Clean (Covered by Hayley Solano)
      User Cover 1
      Clean (Covered by Kenzie Nimmo)
      User Cover 2
      Clean (Covered by MVTCHES)
      User Cover 3
      Clean (Covered by Austin Carr)
      User Cover 4
      Clean (Covered by Ingrid Michaelson)
      User Cover 5
      Clean (Covered by Jada & Kyson Facer)
      User Cover 6
      Clean (Covered by Travis Atreo)
      User Cover 7
      Clean (Covered by Before The Afterparty)
      User Cover 8

Narratives(6)

May 24, 2019

1989: The Rebirth Of Taylor Swift’s Sound

The album "1989" is the fifth studio album recorded by the pop singer, Taylor Swift through her record label- Big Machine Records. The album title depicts her year of birth which is 1989 and this has a lot to say about her music and personality, being that her music had the touch of sensation from the ‘90s. The album is a pop-synth record with processed vocals and heavy musical instruments that has no ounce of country style in it. 1989, like the Fearless album, was written by Swift when touring for her previous album and was released on October 27, 2014, with a total number of 13 songs in the standard edition. A deluxe edition was later released with 3 additional bonus tracks to the original edition all made of voice memos – The muse for this groundbreaking record according to the singer was listening to lots of pop music from the late ‘80s since revolution is key in the industry, Swift has always brought a twist to each successive album. Thereby making the evolution “poco a poco” and at the same time not being greatly noticed. 1989 edges towards an all pop sound which will broaden the scope of the artiste and bring a new audience to her sound – Taylor did a great job singing country music but felt a need to switch from country music to pop if she really needed to reach the peak of her career. The departure from country music was noted by prying critics. She recalls being told by people to include a handful of country music in the album to remind the world of her background but she did not budge. "Making two genres of music in the same album is not an idea of an album" says Swift. "It portrays the singer as being confused of her sound or where she stands". Swift matured in age and never left her music lagging but carried it along with her. 1989 features Swift as a grownup that has experienced her first break-up and fears and is ready to face whatever the world has left to give. She made the album 1989 formidable by teaming with the constellation of high-classed music artiste; the likes of Kendrick Lamar whom she collaborated with and Jack Antonoff who shaped her music to fit her new audience – The album won Album of the Year and 3 Grammy Awards at the 58th Grammy Awards for Taylor Swift. 1989 outsold Swift’s fourth album Red in just 19 weeks after release, although, Red had been on sale for 228 weeks.

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Album Info

"1989"

Released

  • Jan 01, 2014

Genres

  • Pop
  • Country

Label

  • Big Machine

Producer

  • Max Martin (also exec.)
  • Taylor Swift (also exec.)
  • Jack Antonoff
  • Nathan Chapman
  • Imogen Heap
  • Greg Kurstin
  • Mattman & Robin
  • Ali Payami
  • Shellback
  • Ryan Tedder
  • Noel Zancanella

About

1989 is the fifth studio album by American singer-songwriter Taylor Swift, released on October 27, 2014 through Big Machine Records. Swift began composing the album following the release of her previous studio effort, Red (2012). Over the course of the two-year songwriting period, she collaborated with producers Max Martin and Shellback—Martin served as the album's executive producer alongside Swift. The album's title was named after the singer's birth year and its music was inspired by the pop music of the 1980s.
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