Ryan Adams' 1989 cover album is starting to take shape.
The 40-year-old indie singer/songwriter previewed his rendition of Taylor Swift's "Wildest Dreams," and it sounds super different from the original version.
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In fact, the whole project seems to have a different vibe than Swift's 1989. Just listen to Adams' preview of "Bad Blood":
He also gives a new feel to "All You Had To Do Was Stay":
And you've never heard "Shake It Off" performed like this before:
Adams has also promised that his cover of "Welcome to New York" will be the "saddest version ever."
What do you think of Adams' 1989 covers so far?
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Swift herself seems to be a fan of the project. Upon hearing what Adams was doing with her songs, she tweeted: "Cool I'm not gonna be able to sleep tonight or ever again and I'm going to celebrate today every year as a holiday. I'M CALM."
This obviously isn't the first time an artist has covered a Swift song. In 2014, it seemed like almost everyone did a rendition of her hit "Shake It Off." Check it out: