Taylor Swift Reveals 5 Vault Tracks for 1989 (Taylor’s Version)

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Taylor Swift’s ‘1989 (Taylor’s Version)’ Vault Tracks

Taylor Swift has revealed the complete tracklist for her upcoming re-recorded album, “1989 (Taylor’s Version),” set to be officially released on October 27. Alongside the original album, Swift has included five additional tracks from the “Vault.”

To engage her fanbase, known as Swifties, Google collaborated with the global pop sensation to create puzzles for revealing these bonus tracks. Users can find the puzzles by searching “Taylor Swift” and clicking on the blue vault icon. Google warned that there are 89 puzzles to solve, in homage to the original “1989” release, but assured fans that the challenge is worth it.

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The revealed bonus tracks are “Is It Over Now?,” “Say Don’t Go,” “Now That We Don’t Talk,” and “Suburban Legends.” Additionally, Swift teased a fifth unnamed track that will be included in the album, as well as an exclusive track available only through Target, details of which have yet to be announced.

Despite some initial traffic jams on the Google platform due to overwhelming participation, the puzzle-solving endeavor was eventually successful. Google shared the four revealed titles on social media, including a clip of Swift herself announcing the tracks.

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This collaborative effort between Taylor Swift and Google has once again demonstrated the power of Swift’s dedicated fanbase and the innovative ways artists engage with their audiences in the digital age.


What is the difference between 1989 and 1989 Taylor’s version?

The only difference between 1989 and 1989 (Taylor’s Version) is that Taylor Swift owns the masters to the latter album. She re-recorded 1989 (Taylor’s Version) after selling the masters to her former record label, Big Machine Records, in 2019.

When comes 1989 Taylor’s Version?

1989 (Taylor’s Version) was released on October 27, 2021.

How do I get the 1989 vault on Google?

Taylor Swift recorded a number of unheard tracks for the 1989 album that are now part of the 1989 vault. It wasn’t made public until 2021, when 1989 (Taylor’s Version) was released.

Search for “1989 vault tracks” on Google Search or YouTube to access the 1989 vault. The tunes are also available on streaming platforms like Apple Music and Spotify.

What is the significance of 1989 Taylor Swift?

Taylor Swift’s most popular album to date is 1989. In addition to producing multiple successful singles, including “Shake It Off,” “Blank Space,” and “Style,” it took home the 2016 Grammy Award for Album of the Year.

The album is notable because it signalled Swift’s transition away from her country roots and towards pop music. Swift became one of the biggest pop stars in the world in 1989, as well.

Is Taylor’s version better than original?

Whether Taylor’s version is better than the original depends on your taste. Because they were raised on the original, some fans favour that version. Others favour Taylor’s version because she has greater creative control over it.

Why does Taylor use Taylor’s version?

Taylor Swift refers to her re-recorded albums as “Taylor’s Version” to set them apart from the original albums. She wants her audience to understand that she is in charge of her music and that she owns the masters to the re-recorded albums.

Who owns Taylor’s music?

All of Taylor Swift’s albums, including 1989 (Taylor’s Version), now have the masters in her possession. In 2020, she acquired the masters for her first six albums back from Big Machine Records.

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