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    Taylor Swift’s Rerecored Songs: 5 Songs That Are Even Better Than the First Time Around

    Undoubtedly, Taylor Swift stands out as one of the most impactful singer-songwriters within her peer group. So far, she has produced ten studio albums that have become commercially and critically successful. In 2020, Swift started re-recording her first six albums following a disagreement with her previous record firm concerning the ownership rights to her masters. So far, she has released three rerecorded albums: Fearless (Taylor’s Version), Red (Taylor’s Version) and 1989 (Taylor’s Version).

    Swift’s rerecorded songs have surpassed the previous versions of the songs. She has added new vocals, production, and surprises from the vault to every album. Here are five rerecorded songs that are even better than the originals:

    This Love (Taylor’s Version)

    Indeed, this love enjoyed popularity in Taylor’s self-titled first album. In the rerecorded version, Swift sounds much more mature and confident. Here, strings and piano are prominent in providing the production with a lavish and sophisticated feel.

    Fearless (Taylor’s Version)

    One of Swifts’s famous songs is Fearless. In this rerecorded version, Swift expresses the story in a more mature voice, with polished and refined production. The old song is as catchy and relatable as before, but re-recording it was an improvement.

    All Too Well (10 Minute Version)

    One of Swift’s favorite songs of all time is All Too Well. Even the ten-minute version is superior to the original one, a piece of art. It’s a remix with fresh lines and a chorus that reveals more details about the relationship that initiated the track. Any serious Swift enthusiast should not miss the recording.

    Nothing New (feat. Phoebe Bridgers) 

    Nothing New is a song recorded by Taylor Swift and Phoebe Bridgers in 2016. The song was intended for Swift’s sixth album, Reputation, but was not included in the final version. Bridger has performed another vocal on Red (Taylor’s Version), for which she is amongst the top and most moving.

    I Bet You Think About Me 

    I Bet You Think About Me, written with Chris Stapleton in 2018, is a bitter country song about breakups. The new version incorporates a fresh sound by Stapleton, who makes one of Red’s strongest and worst songs (Taylor’s Version).

    The rerecorded songs of Taylor Swift speak volumes about her artistry and commitment to her fans. In this regard, she is making the former hits even better by taking them. All fans of Taylor Swift should listen to her rerecorded albums. You won’t be disappointed.

    Which among the five rerecorded Taylor Swift songs is your favorite? Drop a comment below!

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