Taylor Swift Releases Re-recorded ‘Red (Taylor’s Version)’ Album

 

Taylor Swift Releases Re-recorded ‘Red (Taylor’s Version)’ Album



The album, originally released in 2012, was home to her hit singles "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together," "I Knew You Were Trouble" and "22."

Taylor Swift brings back feelings of falling, scarves and sadness with the release of her re-recorded album, Red, "Taylor's Version." The 30-track album came out on Thursday evening. Commenting on the incident, Swift wrote on Twitter: “It would have been impossible to go back and do my previous job, finding lost art and treasures that I would have forgotten if you had not strengthened me. The red is going to be mine too, but it has always been ours. Now we start again. Red (my version) is out. " After releasing Fearless (Taylor’s Version) earlier this year, the singer announced in June that the next on the revival list will be 2012 Red, adding yet-released songs “from the vault”. He later revealed on September 30 that the album will be out last week. "It will be the first time you have heard the 30 songs that were to be sung on Red," Swift announced on social media at the time. Thinking about re-recording the album, Swift said, "With music and song, Red is like a person with a broken heart." “It was everywhere, the broken feelings met in some way in the end. You are happy, relaxed, confused, lonely, frustrated, happy, traumatized and plagued by memories of the past, ”he wrote. The album, originally featuring 16 songs in the standard version and 22 songs in the deluxe program, was home to his hit songs "We Never Got Back Together," "I Knew You Had a Problem" and "22." Swift has previously revealed that his hit song "All Too Well" - which is thought to have been inspired by his previous relationship with Jake Gyllenhaal - was originally 10 minutes long, leaving fans long to hope for an extended version to be released. Swift seems confident that she will share a longer version as she mocks the upcoming list of songs for the re-recorded album. "And hey, one of them has ten minutes," he wrote. To promote and celebrate the release of the album, Swift has joined athletes Jimmy Fallon and Seth Meyers on their respective night series Thursday night. The singer has also announced that he will be releasing a short film "All Too Well" which he directed and wrote. Dylan O'Brien and Sadie Sink will star in the film, which premiere on Friday. When Swift re-released her album, Fearless (Taylor’s Version) in April, the album debuted with No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart - also unveils "songs from the vault" featuring collaborations with country singers Marne Morris and Keith Urban. At Red (Taylor’s Version), it was revealed that this time Swift will be collaborating with Chris Stapleton, Phoebe Bridgers and Ed Sheeran. He will also include his plans for "Better Man" and "Babe", songs he wrote which were eventually recorded by Little Big Town and Sugarland. Although the first Red album received nominations for the 56th annual Grammys, including the album of the year, it failed to win. Swift shared in an interview with Grammy Pro that she "cried a little" after not winning and that would mark the night she decided her next album, 1989, would be a pop album. The announcement of his Red version surprised many fans expecting the artist's next installment of his re-recording series to be in 1989 - especially after casting Easter Eggs on the album when he appeared on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert and starring in that. a rewritten version of his song “Wildest Dreams” will be featured in the film Spirit. However, the artist continued to drop Easter eggs. After a fan shared a TikTok video showing that the car featured in the short film "All Too Well" was a car made in 1989, Swift joked, "I can't stop I can't stop hiding and weird - that's just the beginning. it will be a wonderful week. ”
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