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Taylor Swift on Nov. 21, 2013, just a few months after the Denver meet-and-greet that resulted in lawsuits. Former radio host David Mueller sued Swift, claiming she had gotten him fired. Swift countersued for sexual assault. John Sciulli/Getty Images hide caption

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Taylor Swift said of the former radio host whom she has accused of groping her: "I'm being blamed for the unfortunate events of his life that are a product of his decisions." A judge has thrown out the man's lawsuit against her. Alo Ceballos/GC Images hide caption

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Ryan Adams' latest release is a song-for-song cover of Taylor Swift's 1989 album. Left: Julia Brokaw /Courtesy of the artist. Right: Jason Merritt/Getty Images hide caption

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No Blank Space, Baby: Taylor Swift Is The Soul Of Ryan Adams

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Ryan Adams Locates The Dark Underbelly Of Taylor Swift's '1989'

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Clockwise from upper left: Spoon, Sharon Van Etten, St. Vincent, Future Islands, Flying Lotus. Courtesy of the artists hide caption

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Poll Results: Listeners Pick Their Favorite Albums Of 2014

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Elizabeth Grant is better known by her stage name, Lana Del Rey. Neil Krug/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Ken Tucker's Top 9 Albums Of 2014, Plus A Book

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Top row: Weezer; Middle row: Run The Jewels, Beyonce; Bottom row: St. Vincent, FKA Twigs, Beck Courtesy of the artists hide caption

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All Songs Considered: The Year In Music 2014

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Some things actually are surprising: Taylor Swift, performing on ABC's Good Morning America in New York City on Oct. 30, sold over a million copies of her new album, 1989, in its first week. Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images hide caption

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Taylor Swift, Platinum Party Of One

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'Anything That Connects': A Conversation With Taylor Swift

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Taylor Swift Aims For Pop's Throne

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