Here are Taylor Swift's five most popular albums according to UK fans

Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour will arrive in Scotland later this year, but until then fans can catch the concert film streaming on Disney+.

For more than a decade, Taylor Swift has been sharing her music with the world.

In the last year, her cultural presence and record-breaking Eras Tour have dominated public conversation, inspired academic conferences and even led to her becoming Time Magazine’s Person of the Year.

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And as she travels the world, taking fans on a journey through her musical career, Swifties who missed out on nabbing tickets can still enjoy her showmanship from home with Taylor's Version of the Eras Tour concert film set to begin streaming on Disney+ from 1am on Friday, March 15.

Ahead of its debut on the platform, we take a look at Taylor Swift’s 5 most popular albums according to UK fans.


Originally released in 2014 and with Taylor’s Version having come out last year, 1989 is the UK’s favourite Taylor Swift record. Heavily influenced by eighties pop, it earned the star her second Album of the Year Grammy Award and features hits such as Blank Space and Shake It Off.


UK Swifties then ranked Red as their second favourite Taylor Swift album. The 2012 release was the first of her works which was more pop than country and includes hits such as I Knew You Were Trouble, 22 and We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together.

Taylor Swift during the Eras Tour. Taylor Swift during the Eras Tour.
Taylor Swift during the Eras Tour.


In third is Fearless, Swift’s second album. The 2008 record features tracks such as You Belong With Me and Love Story, and was the first of her releases to win Album of the Year at the Grammys.

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Taylor Swift’s self-titled debut album, which she released at 16 years old in 2006, is UK fans' fourth favourite album. The country record includes songs such as Tim McGraw, Teardrops On My Guitar and Our Song.


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Taylor Swift’s fifth most popular album among UK fans is Midnights, which was released in 2022. The seventies inspired record features hits including Anti-Hero, Karma and Bejewelled and saw Swift become the first artist to win Album of the Year four times during the 2023 Grammy Awards.



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