Shania Twain Albums Ranked

Eileen “Shania” Twain born Eilleen Regina Edwards; August 28, 1965) is a Canadian singer and songwriter. She has sold over 100 million records, making her the best-selling female artist in country music history and among the best-selling music artists of all time. Her success garnered her several honorific titles including the “Queen of Country Pop”. While Billboard named her as the leader of the ’90s country-pop crossover stars. Twain has received five Grammy Awards, a World Music Award, 27 BMI Songwriter Awards, stars on Canada’s Walk of Fame and the Hollywood Walk of Fame, and an induction into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame.[18] According to the RIAA, she is the only female artist in history to have three (consecutive) albums certified by Diamond by the RIAA[19] and is the sixth best-selling female artist in the United States. Altogether, Twain is ranked as the 10th best-selling artist of the Nielsen SoundScan era. Billboard listed Twain as the 13th Greatest Music Video Female Solo Artist of all time (42nd overall). Here are all of Shania Twain’s albums ranked.

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6, Greatest Hits, 2004

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“Shania does it all and she does it perfectly. The proof is here on her hits package that is full to the brim with great country pop music that changed the entire country market and she single handedly turned Nashville on their asses with her sexy steam every time she was seen on a screen or in person.”

5. Shania Twain, 1993

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“For any Shania fan, or just any country pop lover in general. This Hits album belongs on everyone’s playlist. The only song I wish had made the cut is You’ve Got A Way, but I guess it wasn’t as big a hit as the rest. Still an epic collection!”

4. Now, 2017

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“Shania’s album ‘Now’ is probably one of her most uninspired album to date. The only interesting songs in the album are actually from the second half of the album and that is not good considering that i was mostly bored when i started listening to this album from the very first time. Maybe she should’ve rearrange the tracklist before the album release. The lead single ‘Life’s About to Get Good’ is actually really good and again, she should’ve not placed it by the end of the album. And also ‘Soldier’ is one of the stand out tracks of the album

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3. The Woman In Me, 1995

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“Shania Twain launched her career into the stratosphere with this brilliant record. The production is perfect and the songwriting is about as close to perfect as you can get when writing country music. Some will complain it’s not country and sure some of this album might have more akin to pop but she is the Nirvana of the country world. She tore the entire music world apart and made everyone stand up and take notice that a new master was now in charge. Her album redefined the entire genre on a level not seen before and hasn’t been seen since. Some of the best dancefloor gems that I’ve ever played exist on The Woman In Me and its outsold every country record including the much less talented Garth Brooks so negative feedback doesn’t matter when you look at what she accomplished with this release.”

2. Up!, 2002

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“So many good songs but done in two versions (Country and Pop) it makes for a joyous ride but somehow gets lost on the backroads. The record company shot for a lot and got more than they deserved but didn’t promote it right. Great songwriting ~almost too great and makes you wonder can any duo write that many fantastic songs? That Mutt is a sly and lucky one alright”

1. Come On Over, 1997

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“The album is long I’ll admit, and the music is very sugar-coated with not a lot of substance. But this album really does work. It’s not meant to be an inspirational or deep-thinking reflective album. It’s just an album that is fun to listen to! This is why it was one of the best-selling albums of the 90s and all time!”