In 1989, Taylor Swift was born, but in 2023, she’s experiencing a remarkable year with the release of “1989 (Taylor’s Version),” achieving a spectacular double triumph on the Official Chart.

The reimagined version of her 2014 pop masterpiece, “1989 (Taylor’s Version),” makes an extraordinary debut at the top spot of the Official Albums Chart, amassing a staggering 184,000 chart units. This impressive figure stands in stark contrast to the original “1989,” which saw first-week sales of only 90,000, as per data from the Official Charts Company.

But this is just the beginning of Taylor’s record-breaking spree in 2023. She also claims the title for the highest opening-week sales for any album this year, leaving previous record-holder Lewis Capaldi and his album “Broken By Desire to Be Heavenly Sent” in the dust, which managed 95,000 chart units in its initial week on the market.

In the grand scheme of things, this marks Taylor Swift’s monumental 11th chart-topping album in the United Kingdom. This impressive streak includes her previous albums like “Red” (2012), “1989” (2014), “reputation” (2017), “Lover” (2019), “folklore” (2020), “evermore” (2020), “Fearless (Taylor’s Version)” (2021), “Red (Taylor’s Version)” (2021), “Midnights” (2022), and “Speak Now (Taylor’s Version)” (2023).