Monday, August 3, 2015

New Taylor Swift Album Coming In October

And now for some good news for the music industry: Wyomissing's own Taylor Swift will release her third album, Speak Now, on October 25th. The leggy country pop girl next door sold more records than anybody else in 2008 and 2009 and is the biggest selling digital artist in history. She announced the new collection of 14 self penned songs during a web cast question and answer session with fans and explained the album is full of songs that allow her to get the last word in: "These songs are made up of words I didn't say when the moment was right in front of me. These songs are open letters. Each is written with a specific person in mind telling them what I meant to tell them in person." The album's first single, "Mine," comes out August 16.

New Taylor Swift Album Coming In October

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And now for some good news for the music industry: Wyomissing's own Taylor Swift will release her third album, Speak Now, on October 25th. The leggy country pop girl next door sold more records than anybody else in 2008 and 2009 and is the biggest selling digital artist in history.  She announced the new collection of 14 self penned songs during a web cast question and answer session with fans and explained the album is full of songs that allow her to get the last word in: "These songs are made up of words I didn't say when the moment was right in front of me. These songs are open letters. Each is written with a specific person in mind telling them what I meant to tell them in person." The album's first single, "Mine," comes out August 16.

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