Come On Over (Shania Twain album)

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Come on Over
North American cover art
Studio album by Shania Twain
Released November 4, 1997
Recorded 1996–97
Genre Country, pop, rock
Length 60:09
Label Mercury
Producer Robert John "Mutt" Lange
Shania Twain chronology
The Woman in Me
(1995)
Come on Over
(1997)
Up!
(2002)
Singles from Come on Over
  1. "Love Gets Me Every Time"
    Released: September 23, 1997
  2. "Don't Be Stupid (You Know I Love You)"
    Released: November 11, 1997
  3. "You're Still the One"
    Released: January 27, 1998
  4. "From This Moment On"
    Released: March 14, 1998
  5. "When"
    Released: June 1, 1998
  6. "Honey I'm Home"
    Released: August 19, 1998
  7. "That Don't Impress Me Much"
    Released: December 15, 1998
  8. "Man! I Feel Like a Woman!"
    Released: March 1999
  9. "You've Got a Way"
    Released: May 1999
  10. "Come on Over"
    Released: September 6, 1999
  11. "Rock This Country!"
    Released: January 10, 2000
  12. "I'm Holdin' On to Love (To Save My Life)"
    Released: March 31, 2000

Come on Over is the third studio album recorded by Canadian singer Shania Twain. It was released on November 4, 1997. It became the best-selling country music album, and the best-selling studio album by a female act. To date, the album has sold more than 40 million copies worldwide,[1] shipped over 20 million copies in the United States,[2] with 15.58 million copies sold according to Nielsen SoundScan,[3] and another 1.99 million through BMG Music Clubs. The album debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart and stayed there for 50 non-consecutive weeks. It stayed in the Top Ten for 151 weeks.

History[edit]

The album was a blockbuster success, becoming the biggest-selling studio album of all time by a female artist, the biggest-selling country music album ever, the biggest-selling album by a Canadian act and one of the biggest-selling albums in music history. Three different versions of the album were released, the original country version, released in 1997, and the revised pop and international versions released in 1998 and 1999 respectively. The album was also supported by an extensive world tour by Twain.

Commercial performance[edit]

Twain topped her own record with the release of Come On Over, beating out then Diamond album The Woman in Me, as the best-selling country music album ever released. It was, in fact, the best-selling album ever released by a female artist in any genre. Debuting at No. 2 on the U.S. Billboard 200 with a moderate 172,000 copies (3,000 units behind Mase's Harlem World), the album showed its consistency when it moved another 170,000 copies in its second week (a 1.2% decrease) to stay at No. 2 again behind Barbra Streisand's Higher Ground. The RIAA certified Come on Over Gold, Platinum and 2× platinum on December 23, 1997. It sold more than 100,000 units in each of 62 weeks. During the Thanksgiving week of 1999, the Come On Over: International Version was released in conjunction to Shania's Thanksgiving CBS special, Come On Over that week earned the Billboard chart "Greatest Gainer" title, jumping 24-11 on the Billboard 200, a 246% increase in sales from a 57,000 the previous week to a 197,000 the week after. The album's best sales week was its 110th week, during which it sold 355,000 units to settle at number ten (Christmas 1999). The album stayed on the top 10 for 54 weeks, set a record for longest stay in the Top 20 of the Billboard 200 of 112 weeks, and in top 40 for 127 consecutive weeks. Come On Over topped the Billboard Country album chart for a record 50 weeks, finishing second to Garth Brooks' Sevens in 1998, finishing first in 1999, and third in 2000 behind Dixie Chicks' Fly and Faith Hill's Breathe. Despite its considerable sales, The album never reached the top of the Billboard 200.

Come On Over was the first album to reach both 14 million (in September 2001) and 15 million (in August 2004) in sales in the US since 1991, when Nielsen SoundScan started tracking music sales.[4] It ranks as the second best-selling album of the Nielsen SoundScan era in the US, with 15,580,000 copies sold, behind its nearest rival, Metallica's 1991 self-titled album as of October 2014.[5] However, these figures do not include sales through such entities as BMG Music Club, where Come on Over has sold 1.99 million copies while Metallica has sold fewer than 298,000 copies.[6]

The album top the charts for 11 weeks in the UK. The album is one of the highest-selling albums ever in Australia, reaching 15 times platinum and spending 19 weeks at No. 1 and 165 weeks in the top 100 (or more than 3 years). It is still the best-selling album of the 1990s in Australia.[7] The album sat at the top spot of the Canadian country albums chart for over 110 weeks (more than 2 years). Worldwide the album sold 3.4 million copies in 1997, 8.9 million in 1998 and over 15.2 million copies in 1999, standing strong in 2000 selling another 6.4 million copies worldwide. Over 40 million copies have been sold across the world.

Critical reception[edit]

The album received positive reviews. AllMusic praised the album for successfully breaking free of traditional country stereotypes (musical brevity, a blatant honkey-tonk image, etc.), while also praising Twain for crafting an album with just as much pop/rock appeal as country appeal. Meanwhile, Entertainment Weekly praised the album for successfully incorporating a substantial rock influence without losing its country sensibilities.

Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
About.com 4/5 stars[8]
Allmusic 5/5 stars[9]
Chicago Tribune 1.5/4 stars[10]
Entertainment Weekly B+[11]
Robert Christgau A-[12]
Rolling Stone 3/5 stars[13]

Track listing[edit]

Original version (1997)[edit]

All songs written and composed by Shania Twain and Robert John "Mutt" Lange

No. Title Length
1. "Man! I Feel Like a Woman!"   3:54
2. "I'm Holdin' On to Love (To Save My Life)"   3:26
3. "Love Gets Me Every Time"   3:33
4. "Don't Be Stupid (You Know I Love You)"   3:35
5. "From This Moment On" (with Bryan White) 4:42
6. "Come On Over"   2:54
7. "When"   3:39
8. "Whatever You Do! Don't!"   3:49
9. "If You Wanna Touch Her, Ask!"   4:04
10. "You're Still the One"   3:33
11. "Honey, I'm Home"   3:34
12. "That Don't Impress Me Much"   3:38
13. "Black Eyes, Blue Tears"   3:39
14. "I Won't Leave You Lonely"   4:12
15. "Rock This Country!"   4:22
16. "You've Got a Way"   3:29

International version (1998)[edit]

The International version was remixed for a more pop and world feel. The only song that stayed the same on both versions was "Rock This Country!". Some issues of this album adhere to the original track-listing and feature Bryan White on "From This Moment On", while others feature the track as a solo recording.

No. Title Length
1. "You're Still the One"   3:33
2. "When"   3:38
3. "From This Moment On"   4:40
4. "Black Eyes, Blue Tears"   3:37
5. "I Won't Leave You Lonely"   4:07
6. "I'm Holdin' On to Love (To Save My Life)"   3:27
7. "Come On Over"   2:54
8. "You've Got a Way"   3:15
9. "Whatever You Do! Don't!"   3:49
10. "Man! I Feel Like a Woman!"   3:54
11. "Love Gets Me Every Time"   3:33
12. "Don't Be Stupid (You Know I Love You)"   3:34
13. "That Don't Impress Me Much"   3:38
14. "Honey, I'm Home"   3:34
15. "If You Wanna Touch Her, Ask!"   4:14
16. "Rock This Country!"   4:26

Revised international version (1999)[edit]

The album was later re-released after the success of "That Don't Impress Me Much". This 'revised version' included The Right Mix of "From This Moment On", the Notting Hill Remix for "You've Got a Way" and the (UK) Dance Remix for "That Don't Impress Me Much". In most countries this mix is titled the "Dance Mix Edit" but for the UK, Netherlands and Germany is was titled the "UK Dance Mix".

In Australia a special edition was released with 19 tracks and contained a special bonus Video CD which included three music videos and an interview.

In the US, this version of the album was released, titled simply as the "International Version", to coincide with both international success and the fact that the original version of the album had maintained heavy chart success throughout the past two years.

No. Title Length
1. "You're Still the One"   3:33
2. "When"   3:38
3. "From This Moment On" (The Right Mix) 4:52
4. "Black Eyes, Blue Tears"   3:37
5. "I Won't Leave You Lonely"   4:07
6. "I'm Holdin' On to Love (To Save My Life)"   3:27
7. "Come On Over"   2:54
8. "You've Got a Way" (Notting Hill Remix) 3:25
9. "Whatever You Do! Don't!"   3:49
10. "Man! I Feel Like a Woman!"   3:54
11. "Love Gets Me Every Time"   3:33
12. "Don't Be Stupid (You Know I Love You)"   3:34
13. "That Don't Impress Me Much" (UK Dance Mix) 3:59
14. "Honey, I'm Home"   3:34
15. "If You Wanna Touch Her, Ask!"   4:14
16. "Rock This Country!"   4:26

Tour editions[edit]

A limited edition tour edition was released in Australia and Asia which contains a bonus disc with bonus mixes and live tracks. Also included was a list of tour dates.

Australian version

No. Title Length
1. "God Bless the Child" (Single Mix) 3:48
2. "(If You're Not in It for Love) I'm Outta Here!" (Live & Direct TV Mix) 7:03
3. "Medley: Home Ain't Where His Heart Is/The Woman in Me/You've Got a Way" (Live & Direct TV Mix) 7:25
4. "From This Moment On" (Original U.S. version) 4:43
5. "Love Gets Me Every Time" (Dance Mix) 4:42
6. "Don't Be Stupid (You Know I Love You)" (Extended Dance Mix Instrumental) 4:44

Asian version

No. Title Length
1. "That Don't Impress Me Much" (South-East Asia Mix) 3:26
2. "God Bless the Child" (Single Mix) 3:48
3. "(If You're Not in It for Love) I'm Outta Here!" (Live & Direct TV Mix) 7:03
4. "Medley: Home Ain't Where His Heart Is/The Woman in Me/You've Got a Way" (Live & Direct TV Mix) 7:25
5. "From This Moment On" (Original U.S. version) 4:43
6. "Don't Be Stupid (You Know I Love You)" (Extended Dance Mix) 4:44

Singles chronology[edit]

Country[edit]

  1. "Love Gets Me Every Time"
  2. "Don't Be Stupid (You Know I Love You)"
  3. "You're Still the One"
  4. "From This Moment On"
  5. "Honey, I'm Home"
  6. "That Don't Impress Me Much"
  7. "Man! I Feel Like a Woman!"
  8. "You've Got a Way"
  9. "Come On Over"
  10. "Rock This Country!"
  11. "I'm Holdin' On to Love (To Save My Life)"

U.S. Pop/AC[edit]

  1. "You're Still the One"
  2. "From This Moment On"
  3. "That Don't Impress Me Much"
  4. "You've Got a Way" (AC only)
  5. "Man! I Feel Like a Woman!"
  6. "When" (Canada only)

Europe[edit]

  1. "You're Still the One"
  2. "When" (UK only)
  3. "Honey, I'm Home" (promotional release)
  4. "From This Moment On"
  5. "That Don't Impress Me Much"
  6. "You've Got a Way" (promotion for Notting Hill)
  7. "Man! I Feel Like a Woman!"
  8. "Don't Be Stupid (You Know I Love You)"

Australia[edit]

  1. "You're Still the One"
  2. "From This Moment On"
  3. "That Don't Impress Me Much"
  4. "Man! I Feel Like a Woman!"
  5. "You've Got a Way"
  6. "Don't Be Stupid (You Know I Love You)"

Charts and certifications[edit]

Chart Peak
position
Certification Sales/shipments
Argentinian Albums Chart[14] 1 2× Platinum 160,000[15]
Australian Albums Chart[16] 1 15× Platinum 1,140,000[17]
Austrian Albums Chart[18] 4 Gold 25,000[19]
Belgian Flanders Albums Chart[20] 1 2× Platinum 100,000[21]
Belgian Wallonia Albums Chart[22] 4
Brazilian Albums Chart 1 Gold 100,000[23]
Canadian Albums Chart[24] 1 2× Diamond 1,941,000[25]
Canadian RPM Country Albums[26] 1
Danish Albums Chart[27] 1 2× Platinum 100,000[28]
Dutch Albums Chart[29] 1 5× Platinum 400,000[30]
European Albums Chart[31] 1 7× Platinum 7,000,000[32]
Finnish Albums Chart[33] 6 Gold 38,958[34]
French Albums Chart[35] 4 Platinum 798,800[36]
German Albums Chart[37] 8 3× Gold (Platinum) 750,000[38]
Hungarian Albums Chart[39] 24
Irish Albums Chart[40] 1 125,000[41][not in citation given]
Italian Albums Chart[42] 20 Gold 50,000[43]
Japanese Albums Chart[44] 59 30,000[44]
Mexican Albums Chart[45] 10 Gold 100,000[46]
New Zealand Albums Chart[47] 1 21× Platinum 315,000[48]
Norwegian Albums Chart[49] 1 6× Platinum 300,000[50]
Portuguese Albums Chart[51] 4
Spanish Albums Chart[52] 8 Platinum 150,000[53]
Swedish Albums Chart[54] 4 3× Platinum 180,000[55]
Swiss Albums Chart[56] 4 3× Platinum 150,000[57]
UK Albums Chart[58] 1 11× Platinum 3,358,941[59]
U.S. Billboard 200[60] 2 2× Diamond 17,570,000[3][6]
U.S. Billboard Top Country Albums[61] 1

End of decade charts[edit]

Chart (1990–1999) Position
U.S. Billboard 200[62] 3

Personnel[edit]

The following musicians performed on the album's American release.[63]

"Bow Bros." gang fiddles on tracks 1, 3, 4, 8, 11, 13, and 15 (of original version) performed by Rob Hajacos, Joe Spivey, Glen Duncan, and Aubrey Haynie.

Strings on "From This Moment On" performed by Carl Marsh.

Video release[edit]

Come On Over: Video Collection
Video by Shania Twain
Released November 9, 1999
Recorded 1996–99
Genre Country, pop, adult contemporary
Length 29 minutes
Label Mercury Nashville
Director Paul Boyd, David Hogan, Larry Jordan, Timothy White
Shania Twain chronology
The Complete Woman in Me Video Collection
(1996)
Come On Over: Video Collection
(1996)
The Platinum Collection
(2001)

In late 1999, the album's video counterpart, appropriately titled Come On Over: Video Collection, was released in VHS format. With the sole exceptions of "When" (1998), which was released exclusively to the United Kingdom, and "Rock This Country!", which at the time had not been filmed, the collection included all of Twain's music videos released in promotion for the album.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Director(s) Length
1. "Love Gets Me Every Time"   Timothy White  
2. "Don't Be Stupid (You Know I Love You)"   Larry Jordan  
3. "You're Still the One"   David Hogan  
4. "From This Moment On"   Paul Boyd  
5. "Honey, I'm Home"   Larry Jordan  
6. "That Don't Impress Me Much"   Paul Boyd  
7. "Man! I Feel Like a Woman!"   Paul Boyd  
8. "You've Got a Way"   Paul Boyd  
9. "Come on Over"   Larry Jordan  

Release history[edit]

Country Date Edition Label
Canada[64] November 4, 1997 Standard edition Universal Music Group
United States[65] Mercury Records
Germany[66] July 5, 1999 International edition Universal Music Group

See also[edit]

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Succession[edit]

Preceded by
The Man Who by Travis
Reload by Tom Jones
Steptacular by Steps
UK number one album
September 11, 1999 – October 1, 1999
October 16, 1999 – November 5, 1999
December 11, 1999 – January 14, 2000
Succeeded by
Rhythm and Stealth by Leftfield
Steptacular by Steps
The Man Who by Travis
Preceded by
Americana by The Offspring
Australian ARIA Albums Chart number-one album
February 8 – March 14, 1999
March 22–28, 1999
May 3–9, 1999
July 26 – October 10, 1999
October 18–24, 1999
December 13–19, 1999
Succeeded by
Neon Ballroom by Silverchair
Preceded by
You Light Up My Life: Inspirational Songs by LeAnn Rimes
You Light Up My Life: Inspirational Songs by LeAnn Rimes
Sevens by Garth Brooks
Sevens by Garth Brooks
Hope Floats by Various Artists
The Key by Vince Gill
High Mileage by Alan Jackson
Wide Open Spaces by Dixie Chicks
A Place in the Sun by Tim McGraw
Breathe by Faith Hill
Garth Brooks and the Magic of Christmas by Garth Brooks
Top Country Albums number-one album
November 22 – December 12, 1997
February 14–27, 1998
March 14–20, 1998
April 11 – May 8, 1998
August 22–28, 1998
September 5–18, 1998
October 3 – December 4, 1998
March 20 – May 21, 1999
June 5 – September 17, 1999
December 11–17, 1999
December 25, 1999 – January 14, 2000
Succeeded by
Sevens by Garth Brooks
Sevens by Garth Brooks
Sevens by Garth Brooks
One Step at a Time by George Strait
The Key by Vince Gill
High Mileage by Alan Jackson
Double Live by Garth Brooks
A Place in the Sun by Tim McGraw
Fly by Dixie Chicks
Garth Brooks and the Magic of Christmas by Garth Brooks
Fly by Dixie Chicks
Preceded by
Outside the Frame by Paul Brandt
Sevens by Garth Brooks
Sevens by Garth Brooks
Faith by Faith Hill
The Limited Series by Garth Brooks
High Mileage by Alan Jackson
Double Live by Garth Brooks
Double Live by Garth Brooks
Wide Open Spaces by Dixie Chicks
That's the Truth by Paul Brandt
Fly by Dixie Chicks
Breathe by Faith Hill
RPM Country Albums number-one album
November 17 – December 7, 1997
January 26 – March 8, 1998
March 30 – May 10, 1998
May 18 – June 14, 1998
June 22 – October 18, 1998
November 2–8, 1998
January 18–31, 1999
February 8–14, 1999
March 1 – July 4, 1999
July 12 – September 19, 1999
October 4 – November 28, 1999
December 6, 1999 – May 28, 2000
Succeeded by
Sevens by Garth Brooks
Sevens by Garth Brooks
Faith by Faith Hill
The Limited Series by Garth Brooks
High Mileage by Alan Jackson
Tammy Wynette Remembered by Various Artists
Double Live by Garth Brooks
Wide Open Spaces by Dixie Chicks
That's the Truth by Paul Brandt
Wide Open Spaces by Dixie Chicks
Breathe by Faith Hill
Fly by Dixie Chicks
Preceded by
Sevens by Garth Brooks
Top Country Albums number-one album of the year
1999
Succeeded by
Fly by Dixie Chicks
Preceded by
Did I Shave My Legs for This? by Deana Carter
RPM Country Albums number-one album of the year
1998–1999
Succeeded by
none