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Confirmed: Matty Healy Is Not Part of Taylor Swift’s ‘1989’ Re-Record

It appears that the rumors and speculation about Taylor Swift and The 1975 being featured on Taylor Swift’s re-recorded version of her album “1989 (Taylor’s Version)” are not true. A spokesperson for Taylor Swift has confirmed that neither Matty Healy nor The 1975 are part of this album. Despite reports of them briefly dating and being spotted together, they will not be collaborating on this project. The spokesperson’s statement should put to rest the speculations surrounding their involvement in the album.

Taylor Swift

Taylor Swift’s re-recorded album “1989 (Taylor Swift Version)” is highly anticipated by her fans and is set to be released on October 27th. In her announcement, Swift expressed how this album holds a special place in her heart as it “changed my life in countless ways.” She also mentioned that this re-recorded version is her favorite one so far, partly due to the inclusion of the “5 From The Vault” tracks that were not part of the original release.

Swift’s re-recorded albums have seen great success, with “Fearless (Taylor Swift),” “Red (Taylor’s Version),” and “Speak Now (Taylor Swift Version)” all reaching No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart. This indicates the strong support and enthusiasm from her fan base for her re-recorded music.

A couple of tracks from the re-recorded “1989” album, including “Wildest Dreams (Taylor’s Version)” and “This Love (Taylor’s Version),” have already been released, generating excitement among her fans. Additionally, Swift announced an exclusive bonus track for the tangerine edition of the “1989” vinyl, which will be available only at Target, along with three Deluxe Poster Edition CDs featuring unique photos inside.

The availability of different vinyl versions and the promotion of exclusive editions at Target showcase Swift’s commitment to offering fans a variety of options to enjoy her re-recorded music. This approach has contributed to her continued success and strong connection with her audience.


Taylor Swift’s re-recorded album “1989 (Taylor’s Version)” is highly anticipated by fans and is set to be released on October 27th. This album holds special significance for Swift, as it played a pivotal role in her career. The inclusion of the “5 From The Vault” tracks adds extra excitement to the release. Swift’s previous re-recorded albums have also enjoyed success on the Billboard 200 chart, indicating strong support from her dedicated fan base. Some tracks from the re-recorded “1989” have already been released, with an exclusive bonus track available on the tangerine edition of the vinyl, which is only available at Target.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ):

  1. Why is Taylor Swift re-recording her albums? Taylor Swift is re-recording her albums to regain control of her master recordings after the original recordings were sold without her consent. This allows her to have ownership and creative control over her music.
  2. How many re-recorded albums has Taylor Swift released so far? As of my last knowledge update in September 2021, Taylor Swift had released three re-recorded albums: “Fearless (Taylor’s Version),” “Red (Taylor’s Version),” and “Speak Now (Taylor’s Version).” “1989 (Taylor’s Version)” is her upcoming fourth re-recorded album.
  3. What are the “5 From The Vault” tracks on “1989 (Taylor’s Version)”? The specific “5 From The Vault” tracks on “1989 (Taylor’s Version)” have not been detailed in the provided information. These tracks are unreleased songs or alternate versions of songs from the original album.
  4. Where can I purchase the exclusive editions of “1989 (Taylor Swift Version)”? Exclusive editions of “1989 (Taylor’s Version),” including the tangerine edition of the vinyl and three Deluxe Poster Edition CDs, will be available for purchase only at Target stores.
  5. Are there other vinyl versions of “1989 (Taylor Swift Version)” available? Yes, in addition to the Target-exclusive tangerine edition, other non-Target exclusive vinyl versions will be available, including aquamarine green and yellow “Sunrise Boulevard” editions.


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