Swift names songs
Monday, September 27, 2010
– A new track from Taylor Swift's "Speak Now" CD will be available for purchase on the iTunes Store for the three weeks leading up to the album release on Oct. 25. Swift also released the titles of the 14 songs on the CD Monday.
Each song will also be available in advance as an exclusive 30-second preview, along with a brief interview with Swift each week on Comcast On Demand, online at XfinityTv.com and on E! News Daily.
The schedule is:
Oct. 4-5: Speak Now
Oct. 4: 12:01 a.m. - preview and interview available on Comcast on Demand and XfinityTv.com. Clip and interview featured on E! News that evening.
Oct. 5:12:01 a.m. - "Speak Now" available for purchase at iTunes.com
Oct. 11-12: Back To December
Oct. 11: 12:01 a.m. - preview and interview available on Comcast on Demand and XfinityTv.com. Clip and interview featured on E! News that evening.
Oct. 12: 12:01 a.m. - "Back To December" available for purchase at iTunes.com
Oct. 18-19 Mean
Oct. 18: 12:01 a.m. - preview and interview available on Comcast on Demand and XfinityTv.com. Clip and interview featured on E! News that evening
Oct. 19: 12:01 a.m. - "Mean" available for purchase at iTunes.com
Comcast On Demand and XfinityTv.com, will offer a 30-second preview of Story of Us beginning at 12:01 a.m. Oct. 22. The clip will also be featured that weekend on E! News.
"Speak Now" contains 14 tracks, all written solely by Swift, who co-produced the project with Nathan Chapman. The first single from the album, Mine.
Songs on the CD are:
2. Sparks Fly
3. Back to December
4. Speak Now
5. Dear John
7. The Story of Us
8. Never Grow Up
10. Better Than Revenge
13. Last Kiss
14. Long Live
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