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When does 1989 Taylor’s version comes out on Spotify and Apple Music ?

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When does 1989 Taylor's version comes out on Spotify and Apple Music ?

After months of extraordinary and record-breaking tour, the renowned musical artist Taylor Swift is on the brink of releasing her fourth re-recorded album, “1989 Taylor’s Version.”

“1989” marked Taylor’s significant foray into the pop music scene back in 2014. While the album received mixed reviews from music critics, devotees of Taylor Swift consider it one of the singer-songwriter’s finest works.

In 2014, the release of “1989” marked a pinnacle in her career, with chart-toppers like “Shake It Off” and the star-studded “Bad Blood” music video, featuring a multitude of A-list celebrities. The album even managed to outshine “Frozen” as the most popular album of the year.

The highly anticipated release of “1989 Taylor’s Version” is just hours away, leaving fans around the world eager to know the exact timing of its availability in their respective countries.

This re-recording promises to be one of the standout releases in Taylor’s catalog, with the artist reimagining hit tracks like ‘Blank Space,’ ‘Style,’ and ‘Shake It Off.’ The album’s release date is particularly significant as it coincides with the ninth anniversary of the original album’s launch on October 27th.

For those eager to be among the first to experience the album upon its release, precise information on when “1989 (Taylor’s Version)” will be available in their respective countries is provided.

Taylor’s re-recording journey, initially aimed at reclaiming her artistic work, has proven to be a triumphant endeavor. Each “Taylor’s Version” album has claimed the No. 1 spot upon its debut, surpassing the success of its predecessor.

For those eager to be among the earliest listeners , the specific release time for “1989 (Taylor’s Version)” in their respective countries is given below.

What time does 1989 Taylor’s Version come out?

1989 Taylor’s Version: will be released digitally on streaming services like Spotify and Apple Music at 12 a.m. Eastern Time on October 27, eight years after the original album’s debut. For the release time in other time zones, check out the list below. The album will drop worldwide simultaneously.

Here’s when 1989 (Taylor’s Version) is released in your country:

  • United States (PT): 9:00 PM (Thursday 26th)
  • United States (ET): 12:00 AM
  • Canada: 12:00 AM (Toronto), 9:00 PM (Thursday 26th) (Vancouver)
  • Brazil (Rio De Janeiro): 1:00 AM
  • Argentina (Buenos Aires): 1:00 AM
  • United Kingdom (BST): 5:00 AM
  • Europe (Central European Time): 6:00 AM
  • South Africa (Cape Town, Central Africa Time): 6:00 AM
  • India (New Delhi): 9:30 AM
  • Indonesia (Jakarta): 11:00 AM
  • Philippines (Manila): 12:00 PM
  • China: 12:00 PM (Beijing, Shanghai)
  • Hong Kong: 12:00 PM
  • Singapore: 12:00 PM
  • Australia: 12:00 PM (Perth), 3:00 PM (Sydney)
  • Japan (Tokyo): 1:00 PM
  • New Zealand (Auckland): 5:00 PM

1989 Taylor’s Version Tracklist :

The tracklist for “1989 Taylor’s Version” comprises a total of 22 tracks. Among these, 16 songs are re-recordings from the original album, five tracks are new releases from the “From the Vault,” and one track is exclusively available on Target’s Tangerine Edition of the “1989 Taylor’s Version” vinyl.

  • Welcome to New York
  • Blank Space
  • Style
  • Out of the Woods
  • All You Had to Do Was Stay
  • Shake it Off
  • I Wish You Would
  • Bad Blood
  • Wildest Dreams
  • How You Get the Girl
  • This Love
  • I Know Places
  • Clean
  • Wonderland
  • You Are in Love
  • New Romantics

How many From The Vault songs are on the album?

The tracklist for “1989 (Taylor’s Version)” has been unveiled, featuring a total of five “From The Vault” songs. After a challenging effort to decipher Taylor’s cryptic vault teaser, the titles of these additional tracks have been revealed:

  • “Slut!”
  • “Say Don’t Go”
  • “Now That We Don’t Talk”
  • “Suburban Legends”
  • “Is It Over Now?”

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