Taylor Swift - 1989 (Taylor's Version) + Re-Recordings

Sooooo any educated guesses with Taylors coloured vinyls for the remaining albums? I have Lover (pink/blue), Folklore (biege), Evermore (green), Fearless (Gold) and Red (Red). I know it's trivial as she normally has multiple options for every album, I just don't want the same colour twice.
 
Sooooo any educated guesses with Taylors coloured vinyls for the remaining albums? I have Lover (pink/blue), Folklore (biege), Evermore (green), Fearless (Gold) and Red (Red). I know it's trivial as she normally has multiple options for every album, I just don't want the same colour twice.
I feel like debut will be blue, Speak Now has to be purple and reputation would make sense being a grey vinyl.
 

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Something for the Little Reputas.

Giving Taylor Swift’s reputation a D+ and Screwing Up the Metacritic Score

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“My reputation’s never been worse, so he must like me for me.” This painfully tender line from “Delicate” captures so many things about the time when reputation was released — most of all, it speaks to Taylor Swift’s awareness of the conversations surrounding her. Behind the comparatively dramatic album rollout, though, is a record that showed Swift’s continued evolution as a writer and allowed her to branch into new topics as she entered her late-20s. So many listeners (this writer included) have grown up with Swift, and it was refreshing to hear her touch on heartbreak and messy relationships through a more mature lens.

Whether in the pulsing “So It Goes…,” the dizzying “Call It What You Want,” or the timeless “New Year’s Day,” Swift was still on her A-game as a writer. Swift also often exists in a lose-lose world; had she not experimented a bit with reputation, people may have accused her of growing stale, falling too comfortably into a safer pop lane. She took some swings with this record, and each one of them is part of her story.

Let’s be clear: In no way is this a D+ record. Taylor Swift of 2017 deserved better from the media at large, and this album deserves a much better score. Time has proven it. — M.S.
 
I wonder how she is planning the rollout of the re-recordings. Midnights is coming later this month and a tour is rumoured for next year?
 
I imagine she’s done with debut, Speak Now and 1989, and she’ll be working on Reputation shortly. I would love Speak Now at the top of next year & 1989 just before the tour kicks off. Reputation and finally the debut will probably be towards the middle/end of next year.
 

The Sun isn’t exactly the most reputable source but they were right about Taylor recording new music so yath, LET’S GO!!


She can't start on it until November so that's probably purely speculative just because it's close in time, and the same outlet said she'd be releasing a song with Drake as a vault track... which we know isn't likely to happen.
 
To be fair I don’t see why she couldn’t get the vault tracks done now ready to do the album next month?

I think we all expect 1989 to be released around the tour but if Shake It Off is still caught up in court maybe she’ll switch to Reputation.
 
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