Taylor Swift Could Make U.K. History With Every Single One Of Her Re-Recorded Albums

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Taylor Swift Could Make U.K. History With Every Single One Of Her Re-Recorded Albums

Earlier this year, Taylor Swift returned to the No. 1 spot on the U.K. albums chart with her reworked collection Fearless (Taylor’s Version), which debuted in first place in April. The set was the first in an ongoing effort that will see the superstar re-recording her first six full-lengths in an effort to regain control over the material that made her a star. Swift is one of the most popular musicians in the world right now, so she had no issue sending the title to the summit on rankings almost everywhere, and chances are she’ll repeat the feat with her other five forthcoming re-releases.

With each new re-recorded album Swift releases, there’s a good chance the singer-songwriter will make history in the U.K., rewriting some all-time records perhaps every few months.

Swift’s next re-recorded project will be Red (Taylor’s Version), which is slated to arrive in November. Fans everywhere are still very excited about this series, and they seem eager to support the musician they love, so Red (Taylor’s Version) could easily become another No. 1 in the U.K. If it does rise to the peak, Swift will collect her eighth leader, and if that happens, the “All Too Well” songwriter will tie with Kylie Minogue for the second-most No. 1s in the country among women.

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After Red (Taylor’s Version) comes and goes, Swift still has four more albums she’s planning on re-recording and re-releasing, and they may all work their way to No. 1 in the U.K. If that does come true, the country/alternative/pop superstar will tie Madonna for the most chart-topping full-lengths among women in U.K. history. 12 leaders on the ranking will also put her in third place (alongside both Madonna and Bruce Springsteen) for the most leaders among solo acts in the country’s history. 

If all of Swift’s re-recorded albums hit No. 1 in the U.K., which at the moment doesn’t seem like a far-off prediction, Swift will be tied for the fourth-most champions ever, including both solo artists and bands. At that point, she’ll be behind just The Beatles with 15 No. 1s and both Elvis Presley and Robbie Williams with 13 apiece.

Of course, these numbers are only taking into account Swift’s re-recordings and not any brand new material. The Grammy winner demonstrated that she is still at her creative peak last year with full-lengths Folklore and Evermore, and she is surely hard at work on her next album of all original songs as well, which will likely hit the top spot when it’s ready. This ranking could change due to new music coming from the other stars who factor into this ranking (only some of whom are still active), but for the moment, it looks like Swift is one her way to making history many times over with her ongoing stretch of re-recording projects.

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