Taylor Swift releases 3rd re-recorded album ‘Speak Now (Taylor’s Version)’

Taylor Swift releases 3rd re-recorded album ‘Speak Now (Taylor’s Version)’

Taylor Swift is ready to re-introduce another era with the release of her re-recorded “Taylor’s Version” of her album Speak Now.

Swift celebrated the release of the 22-track album on Thursday evening by posting, “It’s here. It’s yours, it’s mine, it’s ours. It’s an album I wrote alone about the whims, fantasies, heartaches, dramas and tragedies I lived out as a young woman between 18 and 20.”

Her post went on to say, “I remember making tracklist after tracklist, obsessing over the right way to tell the story.” “I had to be ruthless with my choices, and I left behind some songs I am still unfailingly proud of now. Therefore, you have 6 From The Vault tracks! I recorded this album when I was 32 (and still growing up, now) and the memories it brought back filled me with nostalgia and appreciation. For life, for you, for the fact that I get to reclaim my work. Thank you a million times, for the memories that break our fall.”

During the first of her three Eras Tour shows in Nashville in May, Swift made the announcement that her 2010 album would be the next album in the revival lineup. Later, she shared the news on social media.

“My version of Speak Now will be out July 7 (just in time for July 9th, iykyk),” she wrote on social media at the time, giving a nod to the lyrics of her song “Last Kiss.” “I first made Speak Now, completely self-written, between the ages of 18 and 20. The songs that came from this time in my life were marked by their brutal honesty, unfiltered diaristic confessions and wild wistfulness.”

“I love this album because it tells a tale of growing up, flailing, flying and crashing… and living to speak about it. With six extra songs I’ve sprung loose from the vault, I absolutely cannot wait to celebrate Speak Now (Taylor’s Version) with you,” she added.

Following Fearless (Taylor’s Version) and Red (Taylor’s Version), both of which were released in 2021, Taylor’s Version’s Speak Now is the singer-songwriter’s subsequent re-recorded album. The singer said for the first time in 2019 that she would rerecord her songbook so that she could own her masters. Her albums Taylor Swift (2006), 1989 (2014), and Reputation (2017) haven’t been released yet.

Her singles “Mine,” “Mean,” “Back to December,” and “Ours” were all recorded on the Speak Now album, which originally contained 20 songs on the deluxe edition and 14 songs on the standard edition. Speak Now (Taylor’s Version) features songs “from the vault,” including collaborations with Fall Out Boy and Paramore, in addition to the original tracklist. Paramore was as of late reported as the initial represent the European leg of her Times Visit.

However the collection highlights unique tracks, Quick eminently changed a verse in her tune “Better Than Retribution (Taylor’s Rendition)” in the midst of debate that the first verse was “slut shaming.”

The song originally featured the lyric, “She’s better known for the things that she does on the mattress,” with the re-recorded version now featuring the lyric, “He was a moth to the flame, she was holding the matches,” in its place.

The original Speak Now album by Swift was nominated for a Grammy for best country album. The song “Mean” won the Grammy for best country solo performance and best country song.

In lieu of the collection’s delivery, Quick prodded a see of “Back to December (Taylor’s Rendition)” in the season two trailer of Prime Video’s The Mid year I Turned Pretty. In light of the album’s notable song “Dear John,” which has long been speculated to be about her relationship with John Mayer at the time, Swift asked fans to spread kindness rather than hate before the release of the album in Minneapolis last month.

“I’m 33 years old,” she told the crowd. “I don’t care about anything that happened to me when I was 19, except the songs I wrote. So what I’m trying to tell you is that I’m not putting this album out so that you can go and should feel the need to defend me on the internet against someone you think I might have written a song about 14 billion years ago.”

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