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  • Audio CD (27 Oct. 2014)
  • Deluxe Edition edition
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Deluxe Edition
  • Label: Virgin EMI
  • ASIN: B00MV0FT4Y
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1,101 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 2,134 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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1989 is a touchstone. On Swift's fifth album, her songwriting and sonic evolution surprises us more than ever before. Heavily keyboard and beat driven, the pop sensibilities that have always been the hallmark of Swift's music now move front and centre on 1989. The deluxe version comes packed with three extra songs as well as three voice memos from Taylor Swift herself. There's also 13 photo prints in a sleeve inside with 1 of 5 Collectible Sets of 13 Exclusive Photo Prints.

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Have to admit I never thought much of Taylor Swift. If anything I used to dislike her with a passion. However, as soon as her two new music videos came out ('Shake It Off' and 'Blank Space') I have to admit, I was hooked. Not only were the videos excellent but her music was actually enjoyable. When this album came out, I did have an urge to listen to it but decided not to. This was until the middle of January when I heard the 30-second samples on Amazon. Out of the 13 songs, I loved the 9 and decided to finally try it out.
After the first listen I loved all 13 songs although as you listen more and more to this album, your favorites will soon emerge. Welcome to New York is perfect as a first track on this album but dissimilar than all the rest of her songs in this album and very different than what you would normally expect Swift to release. My personal favorites are (apart from (2) Blank Space and (7) Shake It Off): (3) Style, (4) Out of the Woods, (10) How You Get the Girl & (12) I Know Places. I hope she makes a short film with these 4 songs (like Lady Gaga's ARTPOP and Lana's Tropico) as I believe they would all fit well together.
I bought this digital album while it was on offer (£5.50) and I am so glad I did. Now that I have heard all these songs and this album has grown on me I would probably pay more than that but I don't think I would have bought it if it wasn't on offer. This album has completely changed my opinion on Taylor Swift and highly recommend it to everyone but especially to those who hated her first two albums and thought her previous album 'Red' was average (like me).
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I almost feel ashamed for having bought this album, being a fifty something man, and having derided Taylor Swift in the past but......
But having heard the 4 singles from it, I have been seduced by La Swift. Especially by Blank Space, Style and Bad Blood, which have insinuated their way under my skin and so I gave up. I admitted to myself that I LIKE HER.
Once I got over the shock, and yes, self humiliation I decided to bite the bullet and buy 1989 and then I could have kicked myself for not doing so earlier.
Although, had I done so I probably wouldn't have bought the deluxe edition and that would have been a shame. This is a VERY, VERY GOOD album. There, I said it. And you know what, I am NOT ashamed. The girl writes really, really good songs, with catchy melodies that get inside your head and stay there, and she is a clever lyricist but what I think I admire about her most is her sense of humour. She is not afraid to parody herself and I find it so refreshing in one so young, and I am damned sure that if she were to right a song entitled Ironic, it actually WOULD be.
But above all of this, WHAT really stand out here is an album chock full of seriously great pop songs and at the end of the day that's what you want from a pop star.
I could dissect every track but that's been done to death, so all I will say is- to anyone dithering over buying this CD, anyone feeling embarrassed or ashamed, anyone that finds themselves humming along to Miss Swift, get over yourself, buy this and bloody love it as much as I do.
And just to finish, I hope that she is around for a long, long time..........
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I just got this album for Christmas after having heard so much about it, and now I understand why there was such a buzz surrounding it! I was never a big fan of Taylor Swift before getting this album (I had listened to some songs from previous albums) but now I am a huge fan , so much so that I'm going to buy her other ones. This album shows that Taylor Swift is not a one-trick pony and can pull off a smooth transition (from country to pop music), which is very hard for any artist to do.

Immediately when I started listening to 'Welcome to New York' I was in for something special as I instantly felt I was going to hear an entire album bursting with magic. 1989 is an album that I never lost interest in from the moment it started to the moment it finished, and I very rarely say that about any albums that I've listened to. A strong highlight for this album, I would say, is the three bonus tracks at the end (Wonderland, You Are In Love, New Romantics), which bring a wonderful close to 1989, so buying the deluxe edition is really worth it!

Apart from the bonus tracks, the other songs on this album which really stood out to me were Blank Space, All You Had To Do Was Stay, Wildest Dreams, How You Get The Girl, This Love, Clean.

Overall, an absolutely brilliant album! I know I'm gonna have it on repeat for a long while!
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Taylor Swift- country star, superstar, now pop star. No matter what, she always delivers a solid album and this just show cases everything she has learnt from 8 years of her career. Do not judge this one on Shake It Off, not only is that song by far the weakest on the album, but does not tie in with the sound of the album.
I will do a track-by-track review:
Welcome to New York- Polished, 80's pop is the best way to describe this one.
Blank Space- a funny number that makes fun of the way she is portrayed in the media. Catchy and sugary.
Style- Slick, throwback and indulgent (in a good way) are some words that come to mind when you hear this. To me, reminiscent of the late 70s/ early 80s.
Out of the Woods- This track tells a story through both the lyrics and the music, portraying a frantic, anxiety-driven relationship.
All You Had To Do Was Stay- If there is any song that would make you want to dance and cry at the same time, it would be this.
Shake It Off- I'm going to assume you know this one.
I Wish You Would- Catchy in an un-obvious way. Synth-guitar driven pop at it's finest. This song shows you do not need to compromise good lyrics to make pop music.
Bad Blood- Not a favourite. The most angry on the album, while the lyrics in the chorus lack, the lyrics in the verses are better.
Wildest Dreams- One of the most beautiful songs I have heard in my life.Taylor sings this with a Stevie Nicks type drawl. Brings to mind a 70s California. Lyrics are beautiful, vocals are euphoric and the music is tragically gorgeous.
How You Get the Girl- A fun song, pop at it's best. Gives me a 70s disco feel during the pre-chorus.
This Love- Soulful, beautiful, melancholic. Surprisingly the only song on the album written entirely by Swift.
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