In June 2021, Taylor Swift announced that her fan-favorite 2012 LP Red would be the next album she’ll re-record and re-release under an updated title, Red (Taylor’s Version). The wait is over for fans as Taylor’s re-released version of her album ‘Red’ is finally out on streaming services and store shelves.
Red (Taylor’s Version) follows the release of Fearless (Taylor’s Version), which quickly shot to the top of the charts when it was released in April.
The new version features 30 songs on the track list, including collaborations with famous artists like Phoebe Bridgers, Chris Stapleton and Ed Sheeran. Swift also includes all the album’s so-called “From the Vault” tracks — I.e., songs that were written for the album originally but failed to make the final cut.
Red (Taylor’s Version) is available to stream on musical sites and Swift is also releasing multiple versions of the physical album on CD, vinyl and as special-edition sets. Many of these are limited edition, so we recommend adding to your cart before quantities run out.