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thegaissilent:

PRESS PLAY AND SING IT

DO NOT PRETEND YOU DON’T KNOW THE WORDS TO THIS

//reblog.

==> Hear first syllable

==> REBLOG AT THE SPEED OF LIGHT

I’ve never fucking heard this before

What is this?

Must be an American thing.

The fact that theres people who don’t know this song has me sitting on the ground questioning life.

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Anonymous asked:

What information do we know about the 5th album so far?

thanksforsayingthat answered:

  • According to Taylor “it’s very different” (x)
  • Taylor on writing for her 5th album on Capital FM- "There is so much thats happened in the last year and a half for me to draw inspiration from that it’s really gonna be very interesting." (x)
  • Taylor on her 5th album - “I don’t think too much about, ‘We need more down tempo. We need more up tempo, we need more mid-tempo on the record,’ Because to me, that seems a little scientific. I just want to make an album that’s well-rounded emotionally. Is it a sad record? Is it a happy record? Is it a mixture of all emotions? Thankfully, I think that’s what this record is: it’s a mixture of all the emotions that go along with the ups and downs of a relationship” (x)
  • Taylor talking about the 5th album at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum - “I think the goal for the next album is to continue to change, and never change in the same way twice. How do I write these figurative diary entries in ways that I’ve never written them before and to a sonic backdrop that I’ve never explored before? It’s my fifth album, which is crazy to think about, but I think what I’m noticing about it so far is it’s definitely taking a different turn than anything I’ve done before.” (x)
  • Taylor on album 5 - "With this album, I’m not trying to open up a new chapter; I’m trying to start a completely new book." (x)
  • Scott Borchetta on album 5 "Well earlier today we got together and she played me seven new songs, and she’s just on fire. The level of desire and passion that she has just to keep getting better, she’s an artist that just really never wants to just say ‘Well okay this is good enough’. It’s always gotta be better. She’s in amazing creative place right now." (x)
  • Taylor wrote a song with Diane Warren, Diane said it’s a "great song" (x
  • Taylor wrote a song with Ryan Tedder "I did a little stuff with Taylor, who’s probably the fastest songwriter I ever met in my life. I can go on record saying that Taylor is genuinely the quickest songwriter I’ve ever- for anyone who doubts it she writes her own stuff. Any idea and you’re like “Yeah I don’t know if I like that lyric” and she’ll have three options, replaced within 10 seconds, she’s like bam bam bam. She’s bit of a prodigy, bit of a songwriting prodigy." (x)
  • According to Scott Borchetta Taylor worked with Max Martin and he said the album will be more POP. (x)
  • Taylor also worked again with Johan Shellback (x)
  • Mama Swift said to a fan how Taylor’s new music is "un-real, she can’t even explain how amazing it is and how excited they are" (x)
  • She did not collaborate again with Ed or Gary Lightbody.
  • Ed Sheeran said “I’ve heard most of the new record which is pretty, pretty good. Very, very good. The standard just keeps getting raised. When you hear how good the songs are on the last record and then you hear these ones… It’s weird, she’s just growing as a songwriter, I guess.” (x)
  • Ed Sheeran also said “It’s really fucking good. She’s stepped up her game.” (x)
  • Scott Swift said the album will come out October
  • Scott Swift said to a fan “Album five is so good that not one song from Red would make it on to the tracklist” (x)
  • Taylor said recently "it’s already my favourite thing that I’ve ever created"
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theonewildcard:

Introducing Unreleased, now available as a .zip download!Before becoming the mega-superstar she is today, Taylor Swift would write song after song in preparation for her first album’s release. Many never made the final cut and would have gone unheard by the general public if not for “leakers” who posted them on the internet. These songs range from pre-Taylor Swift to last-minute Fearless cuts (making room for such songs as “Forever & Always”). Compiled for your enjoyment are all of the studio-recorded unreleased songs written by Swift and her team. The collection includes the artwork above (created by me) and the following tracks:

Disc One:01. I’d Lie // 02. One Thing // 03. What to Wear // 04. Never Mind // 05. Dark Blue Tennessee // 06. What Do You Say // 07. Making Up for Lost Love // 08. I’m Every Woman // 09. Your Face // 10. Brought Up That Way // 11. Long Time Going // 12. You Don’t Have to Call // 13. Wait For Me // 14. Sweet Tea and God’s Graces // 15. I Know What I Want (It Ain’t You)Disc Two:01. Permanent Marker // 02. Better Off // 03. This Is Really Happening // 04. Thirteen Blocks (Can’t Call It Love) // 05. Dark Blue Tennessee (Piano Version) // 06. My Cure // 07. The Diary of Me // 08. R-E-V-E-N-G-E // 09. Drive All Night (Just South of Knowing Why) // 10. Never Mind (Pop Mix) // 11. Tell Me // 12. Need You Now // 13. We Were Happy // 14. Welcome Distraction // 15. Who I’ve Always Been 

The entire collection can be downloaded here (x) (xx), or you can listen to each track above by simply clicking the track number. Enjoy!

theonewildcard:

Introducing Unreleased, now available as a .zip download!

Before becoming the mega-superstar she is today, Taylor Swift would write song after song in preparation for her first album’s release. Many never made the final cut and would have gone unheard by the general public if not for “leakers” who posted them on the internet. These songs range from pre-Taylor Swift to last-minute Fearless cuts (making room for such songs as “Forever & Always”). Compiled for your enjoyment are all of the studio-recorded unreleased songs written by Swift and her team. The collection includes the artwork above (created by me) and the following tracks:

Disc One:
01. I’d Lie // 02. One Thing // 03. What to Wear // 04. Never Mind // 05. Dark Blue Tennessee // 06. What Do You Say // 07. Making Up for Lost Love // 08. I’m Every Woman // 09. Your Face // 10. Brought Up That Way // 11. Long Time Going // 12. You Don’t Have to Call // 13. Wait For Me // 14. Sweet Tea and God’s Graces // 15. I Know What I Want (It Ain’t You)

Disc Two:
01. Permanent Marker // 02. Better Off // 03. This Is Really Happening // 04. Thirteen Blocks (Can’t Call It Love) // 05. Dark Blue Tennessee (Piano Version) // 06. My Cure // 07. The Diary of Me // 08. R-E-V-E-N-G-E // 09. Drive All Night (Just South of Knowing Why) // 10. Never Mind (Pop Mix) // 11. Tell Me // 12. Need You Now // 13. We Were Happy // 14. Welcome Distraction // 15. Who I’ve Always Been 

The entire collection can be downloaded here (x) (xx), or you can listen to each track above by simply clicking the track number. Enjoy!