Ever felt like wanting to go back to when you were only fifteen? Taylor Swift’s releases her re-recording of ‘Fearless Taylor’s Version’ album to relive those youthful times.
Taylor Swift strikes back as she released a re-recording of her 2008 “Fearless” album last Thursday evening. This is the first move of the pop star’s campaign of reclaiming her previous albums and gain more power over her legacy.
Two years after Swift failed to garner her previous albums’ rights from her last label, Big Machine Label Group, the country artist is attempting to replace those albums with her new version of the songs she now owns.
Swift’s Fearless album was one of the first albums that turned her from a country star to a crossover star, as she mixes country tunes with pop beats in this 2008 album. One of the significant changes that fans can notice in this re-recording is the maturity and polished soundscapes that Taylor does for this re-recording.
Moreover, the Nashville artist also included unreleased tracks in her new album, which features several country artists such as Keith Urban and Maren Morris. Even made Colbie Calliat lend a hand for her backing vocals in most of her songs on the re-recorded album.
Details Before The Official Release
The previous weeks before the rerecorded album’s release, Taylor Swift, fond of leaving Easter eggs for her die-hard fans to crack, has been finally solved with six unreleased songs exclusively from The Vault.
- You All Over Me (featuring Maren Morris)
- Mr. Perfectly Fine
- We Were Happy
- That’s When (featuring Keith Urban)
- Don’t You
- Bye Bye Baby
Moreover, budding artists such as Olivia Rodrigo and Conan Gray also took part in the Easter egg teasers to re-record the Fearless album by creating a Tiktok video that features Taylor’s version of ‘You Belong With Me.’
The Changes In The Songs
Taylor Swift’s 2008 album featured songs that took a big part of everyone’s childhood to high school experience. Her hit songs such as ‘Love Story, ‘White Horse’ and many more that brought the magic of romance into the radio have undergone noticeable changes in her re-recording.
Swift’s vocals have gone lower in 2021, re-recording the Fearless album in a matured and controlled way. The country artist had studied her vocal intonations compared to her vocals when she was only 18 years old. Her awkwardly recreated laughs, and adorable hiccups that spread out in the song ‘Hey Stephen’ have also been altered.
It’s not impossible to miss the emotional rollercoaster of the oh-so-sweet adolescent romance of Swift’s biggest hit on the album ‘You Belong With Me.’ Even the guitar and drums’ musicality has changed into a much mellow sound than the once 18-year-old Taylor Swift’s voice.
Taylor Swift’s Fearless album is one of the country artist’s first produced albums and one of the first albums that got her to win her first Grammys award for Best Album of the Year 2010.
Fans can listen to her re-recorded Fearless album on multiple music streaming platforms worldwide, such as Spotify or Apple Music. Listen with absolute comfort and style anywhere you like with Bose Sport Earbuds or loud and proud with powerful speakers from DOSS Soundbox Touch Portable.