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Stream Ryan Adams' Cover of Taylor Swift's Entire '1989' Album

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"Welcome to New York"

Less than a month ago, out of the blue, we learned that 40-year-old singer-songwriter Ryan Adams was covering the entire latest album from 25-year-old singer-songwriter-turned-pop-star Taylor Swift. 1989, in full, by the former Mr. Mandy Moore, supposedly in the style of the Smiths. Taylor was excited, so were we, and now it's here.

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"Blank Space"

And compare it to Taylor's original:

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"Style"

And compare it to Taylor's original:

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"Out of the Woods"

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"All You Had to Do Was Stay"

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"Shake It Off"

And compare it to Taylor's original:

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"I Wish You Would"

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"Bad Blood"

And compare it to Taylor's original:

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"Wildest Dreams"

And compare it to Taylor's original:

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"How You Get the Girl"

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"This Love"

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"I Know Places"

Ryan Adams' 1989 cover album is available on iTunes and on the Taylor Swift-less Spotify.

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