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article imageTaylor Swift's RED leads 2012's best selling music releases

By Richard Mccallum     Nov 5, 2012 in Entertainment
Nashville - The Swift one's new release RED moved more than 1.2 million sales in its first week of release which makes her the only woman in Soundscan history to release two consecutive LP's that sold more than one million copies in a week.
RED is much more comfortable in the pop-rock mainstream vein that her previous three records which had a shiny bright New Country tinge upon them.
RED features duets with Snow Patrol's Gary Lightbody and Ed Sheeran and also features a track produced by Jeff Bhasker (Beyonce, Kanye West,Bruno Mars) and when you throw these journeymen credentials together with a dash of the exuberant singer the new long player screams POP Goes the World.
RED has been number one in downloads on the iTunes Top Songs chart for all genres of music in 32 countries and also has sold more than 4.5 million downloads in the USA.
The first single " We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" is autobiographical in nature like many of the 22 year old's compositions and may or may not be about movie actor, Jake Ghyllenhaal, singer John Mayer, or son of Arnold Schwarzenegger Patrick Kennedy.
Swift leads the nominees for the MTV European Music Awards and will be supporting RED with a 58 concert tour of North America hitting the boards on March 2013.
"I have so many ideas about how to really bring this music to life, and I can't wait to share the new show with all my fans," said the leggy chanteuse.
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