Taylor Swift releases re-recorded version of Red album

Worldwide superstar, Taylor Swift has released her re-recorded album ‘Red Taylors Version’ as fans around the world share their reactions. 

Originally released in 2012, the Grammy winner artist chose to re-record her first six albums after the master recordings were brought by talent manager Scooter Braun, much to Taylor’s disapproval. 

By creating and releasing the re-recorded albums, the superstar can regain ownership of the music. 

Taylor Swift thanks her fans

Thanking her fans on social media, Taylor shared that “It never would have been possible to go back & remake my previous work, uncovering lost art & forgotten gems along the way if you hadn’t emboldened me”. 

Adding that “Red is about to be mine again, but it has always been ours. Now we began again. Red (my version) is out”.

Enfield Independent: Taylor Swift thanks fans for their support. (PA)Taylor Swift thanks fans for their support. (PA)

The new version has 30 tracks, among which include the 10-minute version of All Too Well, a fan favourite anthem. 

Other new additions include Nothing New featuring Phoebe Bridgers and Run which was made in collaboration with Ed Sheeran. 

Many fans waited until midnight to hear the new album, only to discover that the UK time for the drop would be 7am to coincide with EST time. 

Fans React

With so many fans waiting to hear the new songs for years, there have been a lot of emotions and reactions shared online. 

One fan shared that they were happy to be able to relive the album they loved so many years ago again. 

Some even recorded their reactions to the latest album from Taylor Swift. 

The album is available now via all music streaming services. 

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