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Taylor Swift Announces Re-Release of 'Red' for This Fall

Taylor Swift revealed that the next album she will be rerecording and rereleasing is 2012's Red. The "Willow" singer took to social media to share the news, announcing that Red (Taylor's Version) will be released on November 19, much to the delight of her fans. The new version of the album will include 30 songs from that era, including the 10-minute version of "All Too Well" that has become part of Swiftie lore over the years.
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Taylor Swift to release her ‘version’ of ‘Red’ album

Jake Gyllenhaal might want to steer clear of social media today. Two months after Taylor Swift’s rollout of her re-recording of “Fearless,” the singer, 31, announced a release date for another do-over. Fans have speculated for months that she would surprise Swifties with a June 18 midnight drop of “1989...
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Why Taylor Swift Says Red Will Be Her Next Re-Recorded Album

Watch: Taylor Swift's Most Memorable Career Moments. We are never ever prepared for this kind of announcement—like, ever. On Friday, June 18, Taylor Swift surprised fans when she shared a big announcement on Twitter. As it turns out, the Grammy winner is set to release a re-recorded album of Red on November 19.

Taylor Swift Announces Release Date for ‘Red (Taylor’s Version)’

Taylor Swift’s 2012 Red album is getting the reissue treatment later this year. The Grammy-winning singer/songwriter announced the news on social media Friday, more than two months after she kicked off her re-recording series with Fearless (Taylor’s Version). Swift told fans the updated Red album will be expanded to 30 tracks, one of which is 10 minutes long. She didn’t name reveal the name of the lengthy record, but previously told Rolling Stone that “All Too Well”—co-written by Liz Rose—originally spanned 10 minutes before she decided to “to pare it down.”

Taylor Swift Announces ‘Red (Taylor’s Version)’ with 30 Songs Coming in November

After a highly publicized dispute with her former talent manager and label, Taylor Swift has been re-releasing her back catalog in her own version. Following the release of "Fearless (Taylor's Version)" earlier this year, "Red (Taylor's Version)" is coming our way! According to Variety, the album will include a ten-minute version of "All Too Well" which also explains why Jake Gyllenhaal was trending on Twitter after the announcement.

Taylor Swift to drop rerecorded ‘Red’ in November

Taylor Swift has just announced that Red will be the next of her rerecorded albums to be released. Swifties who’ve been wondering which of Taylor Swift’s albums would be the next to get the rerecording treatment don’t have to theorize any longer. On Friday, Swift took to Twitter to announce...

Taylor Swift reveals release date for re-recorded album

Taylor Swift has revealed she will be releasing a new version of her 2012 album Red later this year. The US singer has been re-recording some of her previous releases following a high-profile row over the ownership of her master recordings with the prominent talent manager Scooter Braun. She wrote...
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