Taylor Swift announced earlier this month that her re-recorded album “1989 (Taylor’s Version)” is set to release on October 27.
This is part of Swift’s ongoing project to re-record her first six albums.
The project began in 2019 after Scooter Braun bought the masters for her original albums, a move Swift referred to as her “worst nightmare”.
So far, Swift has released her own versions of “Fearless” (2008), “Red” (2012), and “Speak Now” (2010).
All three re-recorded albums included previously unreleased tracks “from the vault” that didn’t make the final track list.
These albums are available in various formats including vinyl, CD, cassette, digital, and limited edition vinyl for “Speak Now”.
Some fans have accused Swift of being ‘shameless’ and ‘exploiting’ them for money.
Despite these allegations, Swift continues to receive widespread support from her fanbase.