As we all know, the World’s most famous diva, Taylor Swift, is currently re-recording all her 6 albums. And recently, Taylor Swift announced the upcoming release of one of her most successful albums, 1989 in her own version. Provigil The upcoming release of 1989 (Taylor’s Version) will be on October 27th, the exact date of 9 years of the stolen version of 1989.
“To be perfectly honest, this is my most FAVORITE re-record I’ve ever done because the 5 From The Vault tracks are so insane. I can’t believe they were ever left behind. But not for long! Pre order 1989 (Taylor’s Version) on my site 😎” Taylor explained through the caption of the announcement post, referring to the Vault Tracks she usually releases inside her re-recordings.
The Vault Tracks itself are the tracks she wrote a long time ago, meant to be inside of the album she’s re-recording but eventually not included on the album due to factors like time limitations, decisions made by her label, or personal preference.
But before listening to 1989 (Taylor’s Version), there are several facts of the album you might want to know!
- 1989 Was Opposed By Her Old Record Label
Known for her musical work on country music, her old record label, Big Machine, resisted Swift trying to pave down her path in pop music. The record label considered her step as a risky move, since 1989 is her first fully pop album ever. But it turned out that the album is one of those pop perfections that have ever made
- 1989 Made Taylor topped Billboard’s annual Money Makers
Swift’s risky yet successful transformation from country to pop music has made her topped the Billboard’s annual Money Makers with total earnings of $39 million from the album sales, touring, and other miscellaneous pieces.
- “She’s A Great Songwriter”
Well, this is a big-known-fact, that the subject of 1989 is mostly about Harry Styles. And the subject made a comment on Taylor Swift. “Even if the song isn’t that flattering, you’ve still spent time on it,” he said, “And, ultimately, using Taylor as an example, she’s a great songwriter.”