Editors' Notes Taylor Swift's '80s-inspired fifth studio effort is her first “official pop album”, with heavyweights like Max Martin, Shellback, Ryan Tedder and Jack Antonoff helping construct a sleeker, glitzier sound. “Shake It Off” mimics “Hey Ya”, Outkast's own pledge of allegiance to populism, and echoes of Madonna, Cyndi Lauper and Belinda Carlisle can be heard throughout, notably on the smouldering mid-tempo jams “Out of the Woods” and the second single, “Blank Space”. “I'm a nightmare dressed like a daydream”, Swift insists on the latter. 1989 is a juggernaut, as brash and brilliant as the lights of Times Square.

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Welcome To New York
1
3:32
 
Blank Space
2
3:51
 
Style
3
3:51
 
Out Of The Woods
4
3:55
 
All You Had To Do Was Stay
5
3:13
 
Shake It Off
6
3:39
 
I Wish You Would
7
3:27
 
Bad Blood
8
3:31
 
Wildest Dreams
9
3:40
 
How You Get The Girl
10
4:07
 
This Love
11
4:10
 
I Know Places
12
3:15
 
Clean
13
4:31
 
Wonderland
14
4:05
 
You Are In Love
15
4:27
 
New Romantics
16
3:50
 
I Know Places (Voice Memo)
17
3:36
 
I Wish You Would (Voice Memo)
18
1:47
 
Blank Space (Voice Memo)
19
2:11
 

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