Taylor Swift released her highly anticipated Red (Taylor's Version) album on Friday, November 12.
The album contains 30 tracks which include the re-recording of the past tracks in the 2012 album and the songs that didn't make the cut in the previous one which Taylor dubbed as the "From the Vault" tracks. The said new tracks include "Message in a Bottle," "Nothing New," "I Bet You Think About Me," and "Run," among others.
"It never would have been possible to go back and remake my previous work, uncovering lost art and forgotten gems along the way if you hadn’t emboldened me. Red is about to be mine again, but it has always been ours. Now we begin again. Red (my version) is out," Taylor posted upon the album release on Friday.
Red (Taylor's Version) also includes the 10-minute version of her critically-acclaimed song "All Too Well." A short film based on the song is set to premiere on Saturday, November 13 (PH time) featuring Sadie Sink, Dylan O'Brien, and Taylor herself.
Taylor also collaborated with different artists for "From the Vault" tracks including Phoebe Bridgers, Chris Stapleton, and Ed Sheeran.
It was in June when the Grammy-awards winning singer announced that she will be releasing Red (Taylor's Version) following the release of Fearless (Taylor's Version) in April this year.
"Musically and lyrically, Red resembled a heartbroken person. It was all over the place, a fractured mosaic of feelings that somehow all fit together in the end. Happy, free, confused, lonely, devastated, euphoric, wild, and tortured by memories past," the singer wrote about the album.
Taylor decided to re-record her albums after Scooter Braun bought record label Big Machines which gave the music executive rights to her master recordings.