Taylor Swift fans are up in arms after receiving copies of her new record, Speak Now: Taylor’s Version, that contains the wrong music. Instead of the expected Taylor Swift songs, the albums in question contain music from Cabaret Voltaire, a British post-punk band.
The mistake appears to have been made at a vinyl-pressing plant. It is unclear how many albums were affected, but some fans have taken to social media to express their anger.
“I’m so disappointed,” one fan wrote. “I was so excited to get my copy of Speak Now: Taylor’s Version, but instead I got a bunch of music I don’t even listen to. This is a huge letdown.”
Another fan said, “I can’t believe this happened. I’m a huge Taylor Swift fan, and I was really looking forward to listening to her new record. But now I’m just angry and frustrated.”
Taylor Swift has not yet commented on the mistake. However, her record label, Universal Music Group, has said that they are “investigating the matter” and that they are “committed to providing fans with the best possible experience.”
In the meantime, fans are left wondering what to do with their defective albums. Some have said that they will try to return them to the store where they bought them. Others have said that they will simply keep them as a souvenir of this unfortunate incident.
Whatever they decide to do, it is clear that Taylor Swift fans are not happy with the mistake that has been made. This is a major PR blunder for the singer, and it will be interesting to see how she responds in the coming days.