New Album Swifter Than Last : Taylor Swift New Album Review

As many Swifty’s know, Taylor Swift has been recreating her old albums. The same album, but this time it’s Taylor’s version. To put it simply Taylor made the decision to re-record her albums because she wanted full control of her work. While many Taylor fans have wanted a new album they respect her decision to reclaim her lyrics and call the shots. Many fans have questioned why they should listen to the new album when the old one is perfectly fine. The new album features as many as 9 new songs from “the vault” and a message from Taylor herself. When she released Red the first time, the album debuted at number one on the Billboard 200 with first-week sales of 1.21 million copies. Clearly, her fans loved this album the first time, but her fans appreciated this version even more. As reported by Spotify, the re-recorded version of her 2012 hit album broke the record for the most-streamed album in a day by a female in the platform’s history, raking in over 90.8 million streams. This version is more personal. You can stream the album on Apple Music, Spotify, Youtube, and it is available to be purchased on Amazon for $14.49. As a Swifty, I personally like this new album more because it sounds less produced and quite authentic. Taylor decided to redo her album because she didn’t want corporate control. I thoroughly believe it comes across in the album. Even though some of the songs repeat, there is a new sound to the songs. She dives deep into her memory and uses her new experiences to create a new vibe of the album. Her new take on her old songs brings about a new maturity and meaning to her Autumn heartbreak. Several fans and I have listened to the All Too Well (10-minute version) almost every day since it came out. The new album really brings you into her world. Add Red ( Taylor’s Version) to your playlist, you won’t regret it.