UPDATE: Taylor Swift has shared the complete tracklist to the latest addition in her re-recorded album series, “1989 (Taylor’s Version),” slated for official release on Oct. 27. The fifth “Vault” track (that was not previously shared by Google) is titled “Slut!”
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PREVIOUSLY: After employing Google to have Swifties solve puzzles in order to reveal the “Vault” tracks on her “1989 (Taylor’s Version)” album, Taylor Swift has finally shared the titles of the bonus tracks that will appear on her re-recorded album.
“1989 (Taylor’s Version)” will be released in October with the surprise tracks: “Is It Over Now?,” “Say Don’t Go,” “Now That We Don’t Talk” and “Suburban Legends.” Swift also promised a fifth, as of now unnamed song, will appear on her album as well as a Target-exclusive track that has not yet been announced.
Google announced the collaboration with the globally lauded pop singer on Tuesday. The puzzles are still visible if you Google “Taylor Swift” and click on the blue vault to solve one of the word puzzles.
“It may take a second, since there are 89 puzzles to get through (a la “1989 (Taylor’s Version)”) — don’t say we didn’t warn ya! But nothing lasts forever,” the search engine wrote on their official blog post. “You’ll be helping Swifties around the world get out of the woods (or unlock the vault) as everyone collectively solves 33 million puzzles. And that’s how it works, that’s how you get the vault track titles!”
Naturally, much like Swift’s massive arena-sized Era’s Tours, the ordeal caused a few traffic jams on the way, leading Google to tweet: “Swifties, the vault is jammed! But don’t worry, there are no blank spaces inside. We’re in our fix-it era and will be out of the woods soon.”
The problem was solved not much later and Google officially unveiled four titles on social media on Wednesday morning. A clip of Swift reading out the titles can now be heard before the puzzle opens.