Former Big Machine and current Republic star Taylor Swift did something good for her fans earlier this week with the release of the Netflix documentary chronicling her tour to promote her most recent studio album Reputation. Debuting on December 31, the film has earned both critical and fan support, as well as some solid reaction on the sales charts. The album itself vaulted from outside the top 50 to #4 on iTunes in the U.S., with action in over 90 countries. The set previously peaked at #1 here and in a massive 114 of the 122 affiliates where it charted. The album’s last radio single, “Delicate”, also re-entered the top 100 on the songs list, with additional spikes in the top 200 for cuts “…Ready For It?”, “I Did Something Bad” and the 2012 fan favorite “All Too Well” from her album Red. That title also reached the top 50 on the album list, up from just inside the top 200 a few days ago, with 2014’s 1989 (#51) and 2010’s Speak Now (#88) also sporting larger moves. Amazon is also reporting Reputation as the #7 digital album at the service, with “Delicate” just inside the top 40 songs. We’re “Ready” for more. (Images courtesy of Netflix and Big Machine Records)
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