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- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 12.5 x 14.1 x 1.3 cm; 98.09 Grams
- Manufacturer : MERCURY NASHVILLE
- Item Model Number : 2072648
- Original Release Date : 2004
- Label : MERCURY NASHVILLE
- ASIN : B0002Z1EG2
- Number of discs : 1
- Best Sellers Rank: 11,687 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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In just over 10 years, Shania Twain has risen to superstar status as a multi-Grammy award winner and over 65 million albums sold worldwide. Shania's first ever Greatest Hits album is packed with 21 tracks featuring 3 brand new songs including the first single "Party For Two" (recorded as two different duets: one with Mark McGrath of Sugar Ray and the other with Country newcomer and rising star Billy Currington). Twain's recently wrapped 2003-2004 UP! Tour reached nearly $80 million overall in ticket sales for North America. The 2004 leg alone brought in over $34 million, making this leg of Twain's tour the top grossing country tour of 2004.
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Of more significance are the tracks I had never listened to before, "Love gets me every time" and "No one needs to know" are my new favourites and the rest are quite good as well. My mum stays about an hours drive from me and I went up to see her yesterday on New years day. I stuck this album on in the car on the way down the road and just let it play. by the time I got halfway home I heard my wife humming along and she asked when I got this one and can she have it on her iPod. Any album my wife likes she decides that she bought it and promptly blags it and this will be no exception. It is a good album with an easy listening style influenced by country and pop which will appeal to everyone.
If you are even a bit of a fan this album is worth buying to have all the hits and a few other tracks together in a collection you can use to while away long journeys and maybe tap your toe to.
At least I have the download on the could player for when the album disappears.
I got this Greatest Hits out the library with no real intention of listening to it. I did and I liked it. I know I shouldn't like it, but it overcame my natural resistance to cheesy country-pop amazingly quickly. It's just really, really good, strong, well written and produced pop music. So I've ordered my own copy.
She has only recorded three albums so it covers each album extensively. It features a ludicrous sounding eight tracks from "Come On Over". Which if you don't already have it can only be a good thing. It also has four songs from "Up!", six from "The Woman In Me" and three new songs. Which I'm pretty certain renders her albums completely redundant as it's surely only filler and a few minor gems left on the albums.
I recommend it. You might be surprised.
Her husband "Mutt" Lange (he produced AC/DC's and Def Lepard's biggest albums) co-wrote and produced all these songs. Now that they have divorced it will be surprising if she will ever recordings anything as good as this ever again as he was clearly of equal importance creatively.