October 06, 2012 02:18:26 GMT
There will be 16 songs featured in the standard edition of Taylor's fourth studio set, including hit song 'We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together' and Ed Sheeran-assisted 'Everything Has Changed'.
Getting closer to its release date, Taylor Swift's highly-anticipated fourth album "Red" finally unveils its full tracklist. Being revealed on the forum of Taylor's official site, the list for the standard edition of the record consists of 16 tracks, including recent hits like "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" and "Begin Again", as well as an Ed Sheeran-assisted song "Everything Has Changed".
There's also a deluxe edition for the album, which is set to feature three bonus songs. Also in the deluxe packaging, the country music beauty will offer demo versions of "Red" and "Treacherous" as well as an acoustic version of "State of Grace".
The Pennsylvania songstress once stated that she had narrowed down the tracklist for her upcoming album from around 35 songs. Recently, she told Rolling Stone that she would "unveil the songs one by one." She said before performing at iHeart Radio fest in Las Vegas in late September, "Starting this week I'm gonna start unveiling new music."
Still, she stressed that she wouldn't give away the entire songs of the album prior to the release. "I really want there to be so many surprises left on the record for when it comes out eventually, some collaborations that haven't been talked about and some songs that are definitely what make the album so unique," she claimed.
Taylor also dished on some songs that she's most excited about in the album. "There's a song called 'Holly Ground' I'm really excited about, Jeff Bhasker produced it," she gushed. "There's a song called 'I Knew You Were Trouble' that I wrote with Max Martin and Shellback that I'm stoked about."
"Red" will be released in the United States on October 22.