On February 11, Swift announced that she had re-recorded her 2008 album Intrepid, as Fearless (Taylor’s Version), and that the updated debut single, “Love Story (Taylor’s Version)”, would be released tonight – on. Intrepid became Swift’s No. 1 debut album on the Billboard 200, while “Love Story” was her second top 10 on the Billboard Hot 100. Since then, Swift has counted seven more No. 1 and 27 albums. top 10 of the 100 best hits. As for the original version of “Love Story”, it sold about 200 downloads in the United States on February 12. In the week leading up to the release of the re-recording release, the original version sold for a negligible amount per day.
So Fearless (Taylor’s Version) and “Love Story (Taylor’s Version)” will appear separately from Swift’s original 2008 recordings of the album and song, respectively. As for the radio that aired on the first day, “Love Story (Taylor’s Version)” – which is not actively promoted by radio stations – drew 144 plays on February 12, on 89 stations.
Although “Love Story (Taylor’s Version)” is not actively promoted on radio, three songs continue to be promoted in various formats from Swift’s latest album, Toujours. “Willow” climbed from 11 to 9 on the most recent Adult Pop Airplay chart (dated February 13), becoming Swift’s 24th top 10 on the total, extending its record for most women. He also held on to his No. 9 on Adult Contemporary and climbed 23-20 on Pop Airplay. Meanwhile, “Coney Island” of the set, featuring The National, repeated at its No. 26 best on Adult Alternative Airplay, and “No Body, No Crime,” with Haim, held at No. 60 on Country Airplay.
The original “Love Story” reached No. 2 on Radio Songs (and No. 4 on the multi-metric Billboard Hot 100 all genres). It surpassed Country Airplay and Pop Airplay and remains the only song to have led both lists. He also crowned Adult Contemporary and reached No. 3 on Adult Pop Airplay.