This 21-track Album Will Consist of Twain's Chart-topping Hits, as Well as Three Brand New Songs. Twain Has Celebrated 16 Top Ten Career Hits, 10 of Those of which have Reached the Top Five and Eight of Those of which Secu... more »red the Elite No. One Spot. With her Most Recent Album Up! Earning Certification of 10x Platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America, Twain is the Only Artist in History to have Three Consecutive 10x Platinum Certified Albums. The Other Two Being "The Woman in Me" (12x Platinum) and "Come on Over" (19x Platinum).« less
This 21-track Album Will Consist of Twain's Chart-topping Hits, as Well as Three Brand New Songs. Twain Has Celebrated 16 Top Ten Career Hits, 10 of Those of which have Reached the Top Five and Eight of Those of which Secured the Elite No. One Spot. With her Most Recent Album Up! Earning Certification of 10x Platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America, Twain is the Only Artist in History to have Three Consecutive 10x Platinum Certified Albums. The Other Two Being "The Woman in Me" (12x Platinum) and "Come on Over" (19x Platinum).
Cyndi T. from PARKLAND, FL Reviewed on 2/18/2011...
This is a great CD. Includes all of her songs that are my favorites!
Wendy B. from DECATUR, AL Reviewed on 10/14/2010...
0 of 2 member(s) found this review helpful.
Melanie W. (novelwriter) from SURFSIDE BCH, SC Reviewed on 7/9/2007...
I love this cd-and I normally can't stand twangy country music. I have to admit this has all of my favorite songs that she does.
Ruth M. from KINSTON, NC Reviewed on 6/5/2007...
0 of 1 member(s) found this review helpful.
C G. (countrygal) from SAINT FRANCIS, AR Reviewed on 4/9/2007...
Great one disc version of her songs that you have heard on the radio with a few extras added in.
Lisa B. (Lisa) from CTR TUFTNBORO, NH Reviewed on 9/16/2006...
I'm not a big country music fan, but I love Shania and this CD has alot of the favorites.
For once a Greatest Hits album worth having
Music Lover | USA | 02/05/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I normally don't buy greatest hits albums from artists that I already own the albums for but I had to make an exception in this case. 20 different songs (there are 2 versions of Party For Two making the complete 21 song cd) is what I'd call a complete cd. Normally artists take their 10-12 biggest songs plus one new song and call it a greatest hits album. Amazingly enough a year or so later they put out a second greatest hits album that you have to pay another $15 for to have the complete hits collection. You have to respect Shania for giving us, the fans, a great value for our money. I would recommend this album to anyone interested in getting a Shania cd as every song is a gem. For those curious, both of the version of Party For Two are great. I won't try to describe them as I'll trip over myself. Whether or not you have all of Shania's albums or not, pick this one up as either way, you get what you pay for: all of her best songs in one place."
I dig it
K. Stuckey | Port Huron, MI USA | 07/26/2005
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Most greatest hits collections go in chronological order from oldest to newest. It's different how Shania's Greatest hits disc starts with those from her newest CD (UP!) and go backwards in her career to the Woman in Me days, and then wrapping up with the previously unreleased songs. This is a great CD to listen to out on my boat on a sunny day. I'm mostly a really big fan of the upbeat songs like "You Win My Love", "That Don't Impress Me Much", "Who's Bed Have Your Boots Been Under" and "Up", but no one sings a ballad quite like Shania, especially "Forever and Always" and "From This Moment". There's definitely not a weak song in the bunch, I like both versions of "Party for Two", it makes me wanna dance and sing. Excellent collection for sure"
Great Hits collection, although missing quite a few.
Mike F | San Diego | 11/16/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)
"While I must say the entire album is 5 star material, I'm still feeling a bit odd having a Shania Greatest Hits album; afterall, whenever I've bought one of her albums, it always felt like a Greatest Hits compilation given the number of singles released + fan favorites not released. She truly is a great artist.
One note I must make is that while I had always hoped for a Hits cd, I was hoping it wouldn't come until after her next album. But instead, this one comes a bit early of that and on the downside, also fails to showcase any of her debut album, which I never had plans on buying in hopes that a GH album would showcase it. Afterall, the debut was always thought of as "obsolete" compared to the albums that followed and only worth the singles. Why aren't they here? "What Made You Say That" and "Dance With The One That Brought You" are only 2 tracks.
Nonetheless, the album is simply stunning and features 4 new tracks to go in addition to any fan's collection. "Party For Two" is possibly one of Shania's all-time greatest (although my favorite single by her, "When You Kiss Me," was ommitted..hmm...) and the other new tracks sound great as well.
And to those that say outside the 4 new tracks everything is what they already have on their albums: WRONG. The cd opens up with the POP RADIO MIX of "Forever And For Always," which is edited differently from any of its (3) album versions. Following it comes the video version of IGGG, which sounds somewhere inbetween the country & pop LP versions, but was never exactly released. Also not on her other albums are this albums versions of "That Don't Impress Me Much" and "From This Moment." "That Don't" comes in the form of a dance mix, while FTM comes in its SOLO (rather than duet) form, and rather than being in the pop mix of THAT that's found on the International Version, it comes with something different to the beat.
This album isn't exactly going to "steal your money" or make "all the other Shania albums obsolete" or anything, with it having 8 tracks that don't appear on her other albums, and it missing several of her singles. Megahits "She's Not Just A Pretty Face," "God Bless The Child," "You Got A Way," "Home Ain't Where His Heart Is (Anymore," and "Ka-Ching!" don't make any appearances here, and neither do the flop singles "When You Kiss Me," "It Only Hurts When I'm Breathing," or "Thank You Baby!". Buy it, you won't regret it.
If that doesn't help you make your decision, the artwork has lots of new pictures of her, PLUS the lyrics to every one of the songs included and a picture from each video with it. Oh, and did I mention it comes with a $5 coupon for the Scent Stories player? =D"
This CD has all of Shania's best
Robert G Yokoyama | Mililani, Hawaii | 11/09/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Shania Twain is one of the best female singers around. This CD has most of her hits. My favorite song is Man! I feel like a Woman. This song really rocks and gets me going. Another highlight track for me is the song That Don't Impress Me Much. I love the lyrics to this song very much, because I think what really matters is a person's personality and character and not what they have in terms of material possessions. I also like the song I'm Going Getcha You Good too from the smash album UP. Shania Twain sings the best love songs. I especially enjoy the songs You're Still The One, and At This Moment. These are very beautiful songs that were big hits on both the country and pop charts. Shania's voice is heartfelt and sincere on her love songs. I think that is part of her huge appeal.
Shania sings a new duet entitled Party for Two with newcomer Billy Currington on this album. This is a very playful and flirty song that I loved. She also sings this song with Sugar Ray front man Mark McGrath. I enjoyed both versions of this song.
The song Whose Bed Have Your Boots Been Under is a real crowd pleaser at her concerts. It is a very lively song that gets the audience on their feet. This CD is an excellent greatest hits album. I recommend this CD to anyone who loves good music."