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It’s official! Taylor Swift has announced the track list for her much-anticipated album Red!
Debuting October 22, Red features 16 songs – and that’s not even counting deluxe bonus tracks. Rumored deluxe songs include “The Moment I Knew,” “Come Back Be There,” “Girl At Home,” original demo versions of “Treacherous” and “Red ,” and an acoustic version of “State of Grace.”
Three song off of Red have already been released. Taylor’s first single “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together” premiered August 13 when she announced the drop date of her album in a live web chat with her fans.
Since then, Taylor has teamed up with Good Morning America to premiere a new song off her album every Monday leading up to the album’s release date, which become available that midnight for download on iTunes. So far, Swift fans have already heard “Begin Again” and the album’s title track “Red.” (A video of Taylor Swift performing “Red” at BBC 1 Radio’s Teen Awards can be seen after the jump!) Following the album’s drop Taylor heads to Good Morning America on October 23 for a special performance.
It’s been said that the next song debuting on Good Morning America is “I Knew You Were Trouble.” Word got out when journalist Chris Willman allegedly teased the new song on Twitter. The tweets have since been deleted.
UPDATE: Taylor Swift has confimed on Twitter that the next song to premiere on Good Morning America is “I Knew You Were Trouble.”
What song are you most excited to hear? Which song is your favorite so far? Leave a comment below!