Almost two weeks ago, Taylor Swift revealed on Hello america that she was officially starting to share re-recorded versions of her older songs and albums. This is a project she is embarking on in order to regain some control over the music that has made her a name known around the world as the masters have traded hands and she believes she should own her own. art.
Fans went wild over the reveal, and a short time later she reissued her single “Love Story” as “Love Story (Taylor’s Version)”, which sounds slightly different from the original and comes with a slightly changed name. . As this cut opens at No.12 on British Songs, count this image and its legion of followers prepare for the April fall of Without fear (Taylor version), much of his discography improves album rankings in the UK.
Swift is claiming five spots on the UK 100 Albums chart this week, making her the queen of this period, at least in one respect. Four of its outings win from where they ranked last time, while another older effort finds its way to the list.
Up to three seats at No. 13 east Always, its latest version. The set opened at No.1 in December, and it’s still going strong, as it’s the most recent of its titles. Folklore, the first of two surprise Swift releases of 2020 and AlwaysThe sister’s record goes from n ° 37 to n ° 24 in her thirtieth lap on the count.
Swift’s first pop album 1989 moved from # 71 to # 53, placing it ahead of his 2019 album Lover. This set is gaining the most ground among the press releases present last week, going from n ° 89 to n ° 64.
Back on the album board, red, which saw Swift take the first step between country and pop. This project reappears on the list at # 80 of this image.
These albums, and possibly some of his other feature films that didn’t make the charts this week, will certainly continue to perform well across the pond for the next few weeks in anticipation of the release of. Without fear (Taylor version).
Here’s where Taylor Swift’s five releases rank in this week’s UK Albums chart.
N ° 13 – Always
N ° 24 – Folklore
N ° 53 – 1989
N ° 64 – Lover
N ° 80 – red