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Taylor Swift’s fourth and most recent “Taylor Edition” is not just a release, it’s a healing process.
The pop star’s re-recorded LP dropped at midnight, nine years to the day after the original song passed. 1989 It was released back in 2014.
With Swifties everywhere running around, tuning in and leaving whatever they’re doing, TayTay took to her social channels to share her thoughts, filled with easy-to-find Easter eggs.
“I was born in 1989, reinvented for the first time in 2014, and a part of me has been reclaimed in 2023 with the re-release of this album I love so dearly,” Swift’s handwritten letter read.
“Never in my wildest dreams did I imagine the magic you would sprinkle over my life for so long.”
The new release includes newly recorded versions of all 13 original songs, plus three bonus tracks (“Wonderland,” “New Romantics,” and “You Are In Love”) and five cuts from “Vault” (“Is It Over Now?” ), “Now That We Don’t Talk”, “Say Don’t Go”, “Suburban Legends” and “Slut!”).
“This moment is a reflection of the forest we wandered through and all that love between us still glowing in the darkest hour,” she writes. “I present to you, with unbridled gratitude and admiration, my copy from 1989. It has been waiting for you.”
Swift’s latest social post is accompanied by photos of the pop star frolicking on the beach, eating ice cream, and living life like it’s 1989 all over again.
With arrival 1989 (Taylor version), Swift only has two albums to re-record: her self-titled debut album in 2006 and her 2017 album. reputation, which is the last album she released under Big Machine Records. In 2021, it fell Fearless (Taylor’s Version) And red (Taylor’s version)In July of this year, she was released Speak Now (Taylor Version).
flow 1989 (Taylor version) And watch TayTay’s social post below.
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