The album gets condensed in an amazing new video

By People Staff
Updated November 06, 2014 06:30 PM
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For fans who already have Taylor Swift‘s new album 1989 on repeat, here’s a new video to deepen the obsession. And for those who haven’t heard the whole thing yet, here’s a way to take a tour of the songs in under four minutes.

Mitch Grassi and Scott Hoying of the band Pentatonix condensed the entire album to just a few minutes, with impressive results.

Wearing Swift T-shirts, the duo runs through each pop anthem from “Welcome to New York” and “Out of the Woods” to “Clean” with pitch-perfect results. (Well, except for their jokey take of “Bad Blood” at the very end.)

Pentatonix – the other members are Kirstie Maldonado, Avi Kaplan and Kevin Olusola – recently released a new album called That’s Christmas to Me.

But the band utilizes Swift’s album to show off their vocal abilities. And 1989 also made history this week: More copies sold in one week than any album since 2002, when Eminem sold over a million copies of The Eminem Show.

Check out Pentatonix’s take on 1989 below:

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