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Taylor Swift - 1989

  • Performer: Taylor Swift
  • Title: 1989
  • Genre: Pop
  • Country: Malaysia
  • Record source: CD, Album, Deluxe Edition, Slipcase
  • Released: 2014
  • Label: Big Machine Records, Universal Music Malaysia
  • Cat#: 0602537998913
  • MP3 album: 2282 mb
  • FLAC album: 1160 mb
  • Rating: 4.0/5
  • Votes: 914
Taylor Swift - 1989

Tracklist

1Welcome To New York
Backing Vocals, Piano, Synthesizer [Juno] – Ryan TedderDrum Programming, Synthesizer – Noel ZancanellaEngineer [For Mix] – John HanesMastered By – Tom CoyneMixed By – Serban GheneaProducer – Noel Zancanella, Ryan Tedder, Taylor SwiftRecorded By – Ryan Tedder, Smith CarlsonRecorded By [Assistant] – Eric Eylands, Matthew TrybaWritten-By – Ryan Tedder, Taylor Swift
3:32
2I Know Places (Piano / Vocal)
Written-By – Ryan Tedder, Taylor Swift
3:36
3 My Songwriting Voice Memos:
4I Know Places
Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Piano, Backing Vocals – Ryan TedderBass – Noel ZancanellaDrum Programming, Synthesizer [Additional], Programmed By – Noel Zancanella, Ryan TedderEngineer [For Mix] – John HanesMastered By – Tom CoyneMixed By – Serban GheneaProducer – Noel Zancanella, Ryan Tedder, Taylor SwiftRecorded By – Ryan Tedder, Smith CarlsonRecorded By [Assistant] – Eric Eylands, Matthew TrybaWritten-By – Ryan Tedder, Taylor Swift
3:15
5Shake It Off
Acoustic Guitar, Bass, Drums, Percussion – Shellback Engineer [For Mix] – John HanesMastered By – Tom CoyneMixed By – Serban GheneaProducer, Keyboards, Programmed By – Max Martin, Shellback Recorded By – Michael Ilbert, Sam HollandRecorded By [Assistant] – Cory BiceSaxophone – Jonas ThanderTrombone – Magnus WiklundTrumpet – Jonas LindeborgWritten-By, Backing Vocals, Handclaps, Voice [Shouts] – Max Martin, Shellback , Taylor Swift
3:39
6Bad Blood
Acoustic Guitar, Bass, Percussion, Sounds [Knees, Stomps, Noise] – Shellback Backing Vocals – Shellback , Taylor SwiftEdited By [ProTools] – Peter Carlsson Engineer [For Mix] – John HanesMastered By – Tom CoyneMixed By – Serban GheneaPiano – Max MartinProducer, Keyboards, Programmed By – Max Martin, Shellback Recorded By – Michael Ilbert, Sam HollandRecorded By [Assistant] – Cory BiceWritten-By – Max Martin, Max Martin, Shellback
3:31
7I Wish You Would (Track / Vocal)
Written-By – Jack Antonoff, Taylor Swift
1:47
8You Are In Love
Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Bass, Keyboards, Drums, Backing Vocals – Jack AntonoffEngineer [For Mix] – John HanesMastered By – Tom CoyneMixed By – Serban GheneaProducer [Vocals] – Max MartinProducer, Written-By – Jack Antonoff, Taylor SwiftRecorded By – Brendan Morawski, Sam HollandRecorded By [Assistant] – Cory Bice
4:27
9Out Of The Woods
Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Bass, Keyboards, Drums, Backing Vocals – Jack AntonoffEngineer [For Mix] – John HanesMastered By – Tom CoyneMixed By – Serban GheneaProducer [Vocals] – Max MartinProducer, Written-By – Jack Antonoff, Taylor SwiftRecorded By – Laura Sisk, Sam HollandRecorded By [Assistant] – Brendan Morawski, Cory Bice
3:55
10All You Had To Do Was Stay
Backing Vocals – Taylor SwiftDrums, Bass, Percussion – Mattman & RobinEngineer [For Mix] – John HanesGuitar – Mattman & Robin, Shellback Mastered By – Tom CoyneMixed By – Serban GheneaProducer, Programmed By, Keyboards – Mattman & Robin, Max Martin, Shellback Recorded By – Sam HollandRecorded By [Assistant] – Cory BiceWritten-By – Max Martin, Taylor Swift
3:13
11Blank Space
Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Bass, Percussion, Sounds [Stomps] – Shellback Backing Vocals – Taylor SwiftEngineer [For Mix] – John HanesMastered By – Tom CoyneMixed By – Serban GheneaProducer, Keyboards, Programmed By – Max Martin, Shellback Recorded By – Michael Ilbert, Sam HollandRecorded By [Assistant] – Cory BiceVoice [Shouts] – Shellback , Taylor SwiftWritten-By – Max Martin, Shellback , Taylor Swift
3:51
12I Wish You Would
Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Bass, Drums, Backing Vocals – Jack AntonoffMastered By – Tom CoyneMixed By – Serban GheneaProducer [Additional], Keyboards – Greg KurstinProducer [Vocals] – Max MartinProducer, Written-By – Jack Antonoff, Taylor SwiftRecorded By – Jack Antonoff, Sam HollandRecorded By [Assistant] – Cory Bice
3:27
13How You Get The Girl
Backing Vocals – Taylor SwiftEngineer [For Mix] – John HanesGuitar, Bass, Drums – Shellback Mastered By – Tom CoyneMixed By – Serban GheneaProducer, Keyboards, Programmed By – Max Martin, Shellback Recorded By – Michael Ilbert, Sam HollandRecorded By [Assistant] – Cory BiceWritten-By – Max Martin, Shellback , Taylor Swift
4:07
14Wonderland
Backing Vocals – Taylor SwiftEngineer [For Mix] – John HanesGuitar, Bass – Shellback Mastered By – Tom CoyneMixed By – Serban GheneaProducer, Keyboards, Programmed By – Max Martin, Shellback Recorded By – Sam HollandRecorded By [Assistant] – Cory BiceWritten-By – Max Martin, Shellback , Taylor Swift
4:05
15Wildest Dreams
Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Percussion – Shellback Backing Vocals, Sounds [Heartbeat] – Taylor SwiftEdited By [ProTools] – Peter Carlsson Engineer [For Mix] – John HanesMastered By – Tom CoyneMixed By – Serban GheneaPiano – Max MartinProducer, Keyboards, Programmed By – Max Martin, Shellback Recorded By – Michael Ilbert, Sam HollandRecorded By [Assistant] – Cory BiceRecorded By [Strings], Edited By [Strings], Arranged By [Strings] – Mattias BylundWritten-By – Max Martin, Shellback , Taylor Swift
3:40
16Blank Space (Guitar / Vocal)
Written-By – Max Martin, Shellback , Taylor Swift
2:11
17Clean
Engineer [For Mix] – John HanesMastered By – Tom CoyneMixed By – Serban GheneaProducer, Written-By – Imogen Heap, Taylor SwiftRecorded By, Vibraphone, Drums, Mbira, Percussion, Programmed By, Keyboards, Backing Vocals – Imogen HeapVocals – Taylor Swift
4:31
18This Love
Coordinator [Production] – Jason Campbell Engineer [For Mix] – John HanesMastered By – Tom CoyneMixed By – Serban GheneaProducer – Nathan Chapman, Taylor SwiftRecorded By, Electric Guitar, Bass, Keyboards, Drums – Nathan ChapmanWritten-By, Acoustic Guitar, Backing Vocals – Taylor Swift
4:10
19 Bonus Tracks:
20New Romantics
Backing Vocals – Shellback , Taylor SwiftEngineer [For Mix] – John HanesGuitar, Bass, Drums – Shellback Mastered By – Tom CoyneMixed By – Serban GheneaProducer, Keyboards, Programmed By – Max Martin, Shellback Recorded By – Michael Ilbert, Sam HollandRecorded By [Assistant] – Cory BiceWritten-By – Max Martin, Shellback , Taylor Swift
3:50
21Style
Backing Vocals – Taylor SwiftEngineer [For Mix] – John HanesGuitar [Additional] – Shellback Guitar [Funkalicious] – Niklas LjungfeltMastered By – Tom CoyneMixed By – Serban GheneaProducer, Keyboards – Ali Payami, Max Martin, Shellback Programmed By – Ali Payami, Shellback Recorded By – Michael Ilbert, Sam HollandRecorded By [Assistant] – Cory BiceWritten-By – Ali Payami, Max Martin, Shellback , Taylor Swift
3:51


Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
0602547071668Taylor Swift 1989 ‎(CD, Album, Son)Big Machine Records0602547071668UK & Europe2014
BMRBD0500ETaylor Swift 1989 ‎(2xLP, Ltd, Sig)Big Machine RecordsBMRBD0500EUS2018
0602547071668Taylor Swift 1989 ‎(CD, Album, Son)Big Machine Records0602547071668Brazil2019
BMRBD0500CTaylor Swift 1989 ‎(CD, Album, Wal)Big Machine RecordsBMRBD0500CUS2014
4707166Taylor Swift 1989 ‎(CD, Album)Universal Music Argentina S.A.4707166Argentina2014
CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
0602547071668Taylor Swift 1989 ‎(CD, Album, Son)Big Machine Records0602547071668UK & Europe2014
BMRBD0500ETaylor Swift 1989 ‎(2xLP, Ltd, Sig)Big Machine RecordsBMRBD0500EUS2018
0602547071668Taylor Swift 1989 ‎(CD, Album, Son)Big Machine Records0602547071668Brazil2019
0602537998913Taylor Swift 1989 ‎(CD, Album, Dlx, Sli)Big Machine Records, Universal Music Malaysia0602537998913Malaysia2014
4707166Taylor Swift 1989 ‎(CD, Album)Universal Music Argentina S.A.4707166Argentina2014


Credits

  • Art DirectionBethany Newman, Josh Newman
  • Creative Director [Creative Direction]Taylor Swift
  • DesignAmy Fucci, Austin Hale
  • Executive-ProducerMax Martin, Taylor Swift
  • Other [Hair] – Jemma Muradian
  • Other [Makeup] – Lorrie Turk
  • Other [Wardrobe Stylist] – Joseph Cassell
  • Photography BySarah Barlow, Stephen Schofield
  • Art DirectionBethany Newman, Josh Newman
  • Creative DirectorTaylor Swift
  • DesignAmy Fucci, Austin Hale
  • Executive-ProducerMax Martin, Taylor Swift
  • Other [Hair] – Jemma Muradian
  • Other [Makeup] – Lorrie Turk
  • Other [Wardrobe Stylist] – Joseph Cassell
  • Photography BySarah Barlow, Stephen Schofield


Notes

Walmart edition. Comes in a slipcase. Includes free digital copy.Printed on front cover sticker:
"DELUXE EDITION
A collection
of 16 new
songs
Featuring the hit single
"Shake If Off"
+ 3 songwriting
voice memos
0602537998913"

Malaysia edition. Includes 2 additional stickers on front, and a competition entry on back. Made in Hong Kong.Deluxe edition exclusively available in the US at Target stores that contains three bonus tracks and three bonus voice memos. Housed in a slipcase that contains the album in a regular-sized jewel case and one of five sets of photo prints.

Initial pressings included sticker on front and additional insert with information about a "Swiftstakes" Sweepstakes to meet Taylor Swift.

℗© 2014 Big Machine Records, LLC.


Album

Taylor Swift to the Haters: 'If You're Upset That I'm Just Being Myself, I'm Going to Be Myself More'. Sonically, 1989 is far more electronic than her previous work, driven by Martin's trademark drum programming and synthesizers, pulsating bass and processed backing vocals. Swift first announced the album on August 18, 2014. After her 2012 record Red didnt win the Grammy for Album Of The Year, Swift stepped back and decided she may have a better chance if she changed her sound. 1989 is the fifth studio album by American singer-songwriter Taylor Swift, released on October 27, 2014, through Big Machine Records. The second single from the album, Blank Space, was released on November 10, 2014. Musically, 1989 is a synthpop and dance-pop album that features more electronic production than her previous releases. What's so different Plenty. Following the release of her fourth studio album Red 2012, which critics considered Swift's emergence from her trademark country styles to straightforward pop, Swift sought to completely move away from country. It was the only album of 2014 to sell over a million copies in its first week, and spent five non-consecutive weeks at 1. Taylor Swift leaves country behind on 1989, her new album, but the implicit enemy is the rest of mainstream pop. The guitars, when they're there at all, deliver mostly texture an acoustic is audible on just one song. Swift is a 10-time Grammy winner with a total of 31 nominations Feb 2018. That night, she vowed to go in a completely different direction in hopes that her next album would win the award - and it did, making Swift both the first woman to win the award twice and the first to win it for tw. As of July 2015, Swift has sold 40 million albums and 130 million singles worldwide. Truth be told, Swift already made the leap from country to pop with 2012's Red, a nominally country LP distinguished by three songs co-written and produced by Max Martin and Shellback, a team that returns for twice that number on 1989 Martin has one additional non-Shellback co-write with Swift. Country music has been - was - a natural enemy for her: hidebound, slow moving, lousy with machismo. The lead single from the album, Shake It Off, was released on August 18, 2014. When she announced 1989 a few months prior to its October 2014 release, Taylor Swift called her sixth record her first documented, official pop album, explicitly severing herself from her country roots. 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. Taylor Swift has put her days in country behind her with her new album, 1989, and a move to New Barlow. The guitars, when they're there at all, deliver mostly texture an acoustic is audible on just one song. 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. Following the release of her fourth studio album Red 2012, which critics considered Swift's emergence from her trademark country styles to straightforward pop, Swift sought to completely move away from country. 1989 Deluxe Tracklist. The third single off the. 1989 was Swifts official entrance to the pop music scene, and it cemented her status as a musical titan. That night, she vowed to go in a completely different direction in hopes that her next album would win the award - and it did, making Swift both the first woman to win the award twice and the first to win it for two genres, since her 2008 record, Fearless, won in 2010. Sonically, 1989 is far more electronic than her previous work, driven by Martin's trademark drum programming and synthesizers, pulsating bass and processed backing vocals. 1989 was released on October 27, 2014. Taylor Swift to the Haters: 'If You're Upset That I'm Just Being Myself, I'm Going to Be Myself More'. For almost a decade, Taylor Swift has been waging, and winning, a war, smiling all the while. Released October 27, 2014. 2014 studio album by Taylor Swift. Truth be told, Swift already made the leap from country to pop with 2012's Red, a nominally country LP distinguished by three songs co-written and produced by Max Martin and Shellback, a team that returns for twice that number on 1989 Martin has one additional non-Shellback co-write with Swift. Swift foreshadowed her new pop sound with 2013s Sweeter Than Fiction, her first collaboration with Jack Antonoff, who became a crucial part of her pop career. Inspired by 1980s synth-pop, she enlisted a production team whose key figures included herself, Max Martin, Shellback, Ryan Tedder, and Jack Antonoff, who. 1989 Taylor Swift album. Taylor Swift. Taylor Swift Sprints Forward on Out Of. The album became the best-selling album of 2014, selling copies in USA, and as of April 2015, it had sold copies in the US 9m worldwide. The album marked a move away from Taylor Swift's earlier country sounds and fully into pop. By Jon Caramanica. She described it as her first documented, official pop album, stating that she was inspired by late 1980s pop during the recording period. 13 tracks 48:42. Pop 2014. And yet country was also a hospitable host body. Studio album by. 1989 is the fifth studio album by American pop recording artist Taylor Swift. The album marked a move away from Taylor Swift's earlier country sounds and fully into pop. 1989 is a juggernaut, as brash and brilliant as the lights of Times Square. What's so different Plenty. She could break the rules and make people nervous simply by showing up. Listen free to Taylor Swift 1989 Welcome to New York, Blank Space and more. It was released on October 27, 2014, and features 13 songs. 1989 Deluxe. Taylor Alison Swift born December 13, 1989 in Wyomissing, Pennsylvania is an American singer-songwriter and actress. The mandolins and violins were left back in Nashville, and there might not be a single live drum on the album


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