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Amidst a backdrop of crunching guitar riffs, sleek drumbeats, and even the occasional synthesizer, Twain celebrates the lives of hard-working (and hard-partying) American women. She also drafted the blueprint for a generation of feisty crossover artists like Carrie Underwood. Come on Over is a raucous blend of Top 40 pop and mainstream country.

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"Impresses Me Much!"

Shania Twain's "Come On Over" album was the first country album that I bought when I was 8. It is still a favorite of mine, with some of my favorite songs like "Man! I Feel Like a Woman!," "Love Gets Me Everytime," "Don't Be Stupid," "You're Still the One" and "Honey I'm Home." A very impressive album, and I reccomend that you buy it today!


I love this album i never get sick of the songs!

Shania Twain Has Done it Again!!!! : )

i love this cd sooo much!!!! i have never gotten sick of the songs and shania twain makes each and every one of her songs so incredibly original! she is an absolutely FABULOUS song writer, singer, and she has awesome song ideas!


Born: August 28, 1965 in Windsor, Ontario, Canada

Genre: Country

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Emerging in the mid-'90s, Shania Twain became the most popular country music artist since Garth Brooks. Skillfully fusing mainstream, AOR rock production with country-pop, Twain and her producer/husband, Robert John "Mutt" Lange, created a commercial juggernaut with her second album, The Woman in Me. The record became a multi-platinum phenomenon, peaking at number five on the pop charts and eventually selling over nine million copies in America alone. Twain might have sold a lot of records, but like...
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