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Canadians might be just a little too eager to buy Taylor Swift’s new album 1989, which isn’t set to be released until Oct. 27.

That’s because yesterday, an 8-second track containing nothing but white noise was accidentally released under the album’s name. But here’s the kicker: Almost instantly, it shot to the top of Canada’s iTunes chart, proving Swift doesn’t even need to sing a single word to be a hot sell.

The release of “Track 3” was reportedly the result of an iTunes glitch, but loads of eager fans still shelled out $1.29 to download the “song”. Naturally, many of them took to social media afterwards completely confused:

Swift’s haters quickly pounced, capitalizing on the fans’ backlash:

But once the dust started to settle, people eventually realized what was really going on:

But nobody seemed to sum up the whole ordeal better than Twitter user @tayblespoons: