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Taylor Swift reveals all vault tracks for upcoming re-release of ‘Red’

Taylor Swift reveals all vault tracks for upcoming re-release of ‘Red’

BRB, prepping a towel to wipe our tears with for that 10-minute version of “All Too Well.”

Fans finally figured the puzzles out, and the songstress herself has approved of the answers: Taylor Swift’s forthcoming re-release of her 2012’s smash hit Red will have 30 songs, including an acoustic take of “Saving Grace,” a 10-minute version of “All Too Well,” and collaborative tracks with Chris StapletonPhoebe Bridgers, and Ed Sheeran.

The singer-songwriter first posted a teaser video with the jumbled track titles of Red (Taylor’s Version) coming out of a vault for fans to decode on her official website.

Unsurprisingly, Swifties took no time to crack the code, which led to the country singer confirmed it herself by posting the full track list, as well as the link to the album’s pre-order form. Swift also confirmed that the re-recorded album will feature 10 never-before-heard bonus tracks as well as remastered versions of the album’s classics.

Here’s the full track list of Swift’s upcoming Red (Taylor’s Version), which comes out on November 19:

(1) State of Grace

 (2) Red

 (3) Treacherous

 (4) I Knew You Were Trouble

 (5) All Too Well

 (6) 22

 (7) I Almost Do

 (8) We Are Never Getting Back Together

 (9) Stay Stay Stay

 (10) The Last Time [ft. Gary Lightbody]

 (11) Holy Ground

 (12) Sad Beautiful Tragic

 (13) The Lucky One

 (14) Everything Has Changed [ft. Ed Sheeran]

 (15) Starlight

 (16) Begin Again

 (17) The Moment I Knew

 (18) Come Back… Be Here

 (19) Girl at Home

 (20) State of Grace (Acoustic Version)

 (21) Ronan

 (22) Better Man

 (23) Nothing New [ft. Phoebe Bridgers]

 (24) Babe

 (25) Message in a Bottle

 (26) I Bet You Think About Me [ft. Chris Stapleton]

 (27) Forever Winter

 (28) Run [ft. Ed Sheeran]

 (29) The Very First Night

 (30) All Too Well (Ten Minute Version)

Red is the second album that Swift has reworked after 2008’s Fearless as part of her efforts to reclaim the masters to her music from her former long-time label, Big Machine Records.

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