Taylor Swift Releases a Re-recording of Her Album ‘Red’

Taylor Swift Releases a Re-recording of Her Album ‘Red’

11.17.21
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11.17.21

Taking back ownership over her old albums, Taylor Swift is back with a re-recording of Red (Taylor’s Version). 

The album features 30 songs that were originally meant for the album. It also includes nine “vault tracks.” The album has a run time of 1 hour and 30 minutes. The album includes a long-lost 10-minute version of “All Too Well.”

Swift has been teasing unreleased songs to her fans through social media with a sort of puzzle she calls the vault songs — creating a space for her to bond with her fans and raise excitement for her latest album.

The album has songs for everyone, and will make you dance, cry, and feel with songs including “All Too Well,” and “Treacherous,” or hit songs like “22,” and “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together.” The album also features collaborations with artists including Phoebe Bridgers, Ed Sheeran, and Chris Stapleton.

Following the release of the re-recording of the album, “Red” marks Swift’s second re-recording on her journey to take back ownership of her previous albums lost in the Big Machine Label Group deal with Scooter Braun. She signed an agreement with the label at the start of her career, losing all ownership of her first six albums.

The singer also hopes to raise awareness for rising artists to avoid making the same mistake. “Red,” represents the singer’s ability to find the strength to overcome obstacles, whether that may be relationships, fears, or naivety.

Now, you can listen to “Red (Taylor’s Version)” on all streaming platforms.