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Taylor Swift's 1989: Her Biggest Album Returns With New Tracks

On Friday, Taylor Swift released a new version of 1989 - the biggest-selling album of her career

Taylor Swift has re-recorded it as the latest part of an ongoing campaign to regain control of her work

1989 Awarded a Grammy for album of the year, it has spent 325 weeks in the UK charts.

The original version of 1989 won three Grammy Awards, including Album of the Year

Taylor Swift named 1989 after the year she was born, but the album became the moment of her artistic rebirth.

“1989” will be the fourth of Swift’s remakes, and each one so far has opened at No. 1 with successively bigger numbers

Swift began professional songwriting at age 14 and signed with Big Machine Records in 2005 to become a country singer.

Swift is one of the best-selling musicians, the most-streamed woman on Spotify,  had five albums sell over one million copies in the US, and the first billionaire from mainly music.