Fearless (Taylor's Version)

Fearless (Taylor's Version)

In 2019, Taylor Swift announced plans to re-record her entire catalogue to that point, an ambitious move sparked by the sale of her original label, Big Machine Label Group, along with all of her masters. Swift’s first entry into this reimagined canon is a new take on her landmark 2008 sophomore LP Fearless, which, among many other accolades, took home the coveted Album of the Year trophy at the 2010 Grammy Awards. Swift first teased the “Taylor’s Version” of Fearless with the release of a new recording of one of her biggest hits, the ode to youthful romance “Love Story”. That version stays remarkably true to the original track, though it’s hard not to notice how Swift’s voice has strengthened and matured in the 13 years since. Elsewhere, Swift revisits other juggernauts like “Fifteen”, “Forever & Always” and, of course, “You Belong With Me”, another of her biggest-selling songs. In addition to the reimagined tracks, Swift also shares a number of previously unheard songs “from the vault”, like the wistful “You All Over Me”, to which Maren Morris contributes harmony vocals, and “Mr. Perfectly Fine”, a relentlessly melodic affair—complete with a Swiftian post-bridge key change—that would have sounded right at home on late-aughts radio. Keith Urban, for whom Swift opened after releasing Fearless, brings things full circle and joins her on two unreleased tracks, duetting on “That’s When” and lending backing vocals to “We Were Happy”.

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