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Taylor Swift drops new album; Kanye West drops in at Pitchfork festival; Keith Richards drops the bomb on Mick Jagger

Taylor SwiftTaylor Swift's new album arrives today (Matt Sayles/AP).

By Chris Richards

- And it's finally here. Taylor Swift's hotly anticipated new album "Speak Now" lands today and Click Track's Allison Stewart calls it "ridiculously entertaining." Her review appears in today's Post (and on yesterday's blog).

- Kanye West, the subject of one (or more?) of Swift's new songs, had a busy weekend. He unveiled a short film titled "Runaway" and gave a cozy surprise concert at Pitchfork's #Offline festival in Brooklyn, NY.

- Keef's got beef? In an autobiography hitting shelves next week, Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards describes his once tempestuous relationship with frontman Mick Jagger, writing that the singer thought he was "bigger than the Stones."

By Chris Richards  | October 25, 2010; 9:30 AM ET
Categories:  Morning click  | Tags:  Kanye West, Keith Richards, Taylor Swift  
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