Shania Twain - Greatest Hits
Since the mid-90s, Shania Twain has left a life of poverty and obscurity and has become the biggest selling female artist of all time.
Starting with an album that was poorly received, if not, completely ignored, Twain then formed a professional alliance and married producer Robert “Mutt” Lange. There was no turning back after this historic union. Together the partnership made The Woman in Me that sold 8 million copies and featured the hit single (If You’re Not in it for Love) I’m Outta Here.
Following their success, Shania Twain’s next album, Come on Over out performed the success of The Woman in Me twice over with sales exceeding 19 million due to the hits involved Still the One and Man, I Feel Like a Woman and it also garnered respect via numerous Grammy wins and an announcement by the Recording Industry Association of America that Come on Over was the biggest selling album by a country artist of all time.
Up! was 2002’s effort couldn’t possibly match the success of Come on Over but did contribute to Twain’s eminence in being the biggest selling female artist of all time with the hit I’m Gonna Getcha Good!
Three albums later and leaving a life of mid-west American poverty far behind, comes the time of a Greatest Hits release. Shania Twain Greatest Hits features all the aforementioned hit singles as well as other notables Forever and Always, Come on Over and From This Moment On.
This album showcases a successful line of worldwide number ones, and also her optimistic pop interpretation of country. Another example of Twain’s formulaic recipe for a number one is apparent in her new single with Sugar Ray lead singer Mark McGrath where her positivity and the tried and tested production of Robert “Mutt” Lange comes to the fore. Entitled Party for Two, Twain’s golden touch is sure to make this a hit.
And with Christmas approaching, a copy of her Greatest Hits are bound to be in the stockings of fans all over the world.