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Taylor Swift’s ‘1989 (Taylor’s Version)’: That Grape Juice Ranks The Vault Tracks

today8 November, 2023

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After much anticipation, it is finally here.

Taylor Swift has unleashed her re-recored version of ‘1989,’ now dubbed ‘1989 (Taylor’s Version).’ The project is packed with some of her biggest hits like ‘Style,’ and ‘Shake It Off.’ However, it includes five new tracks from the vault.

Check out how That Grape Juice ranked the new additions to the album below…

5. Now That We Don’t Talk

‘Now That We Don’t Talk’ serves as the shortest track from the vault and as a result does not have enough time to shine. However, Swift’s pen is still sharp and she expertly details a failed relationship in that time in a way only she can.


4. Slut

Swift examines some of her biggest insecurities in another details track. Similar to ‘Anti-Hero’ in the vein of self-deprecation, Swift declares that she doesn’t care about the greater world view of her romantic life.


3. Suburban Legends 

‘Suburban Legends’ may be a vault track, but it could easily just as much have found a home on her ‘Midnights’ album with its bouncing chords and its yearning to be something more. However, Swift is left to accept her fate at the end of the song. But Swift will always be a legend whether in suburbia or not.


2. Say Don’t Go

‘1989 (Taylor’s Version)’ has had the best vault tracks so far, and the top 2 songs are among her best works in pop music. Take for example, ‘Say Don’t Go,’ which she penned with Dianne Warren. High-stakes drama mixed with nostalgic synthesizers make the song a staple in Swift’s discography.


1. Is It Over Now?

The conclusion of ‘1989 (Taylor’s Version)’ is also the best vault track on the album. The song tells the story of a fractured love barely having on after wrongs on both ends. Complete with shimmering synths and one Swift’s signature sing-worthy choruses, the song is the best vault track so far.


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