Shania Twain discography

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Shania Twain discography

Twain at a Country Music Hall of Fame press conference announcing her two-year residency at Caesar's Palace in Las Vegas in June 2011.
Releases
Studio albums 4
Compilation albums 2
Singles 35
Remix albums 3
Box sets 1
Promotional singles 1
Other appearances 6

Canadian country singer Shania Twain has released four studio albums, two compilation albums, three remix albums, one box set, one live album, thirty-five singles, one promotional single, and six guest appearances. In 1992, Twain signed to Mercury Records Nashville in the United States and released her eponymous debut studio album, Shania Twain, the following year. It was a commercial failure, merely peaking at number sixty-seven on Billboard '​s Top Country Albums chart,[1] and produced three singles, which were also commercial failures. However, the album attracted the interest of record producer Robert John "Mutt" Lange.[2] He and Twain collaborated on her second release, The Woman in Me, which was released in 1995. The Woman in Me commenced with small sales[3] but eventually led Twain to commercial success. It topped Top Country Albums[1] and peaked at number five on the main-genre Billboard 200.[4] The album was certified twelve times platinum (diamond) by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA)[5] and sold over 7.6 million copies, according to Nielsen SoundScan.[6] Furthermore, The Woman in Me led to success in the singer's native country, Canada, where it was certified double diamond by Music Canada[7] and was once the best-selling album by a female country singer; Twain later surpassed herself.[8] The album spawned eight singles, four of which ("Any Man of Mine", "(If You're Not in It for Love) I'm Outta Here!", "You Win My Love", and "No One Needs to Know") topped the US Hot Country Singles & Tracks.[9]

In 1997, Twain followed with Come On Over, which topped Top Country Albums for a record 50 non-consecutive weeks and had tremendous pop crossover success.[10] It peaked at number two on Billboard 200[4] and remained in the top ten for a total of 53 weeks, making it the longest-running top ten album by a country artist at the time.[11] The record was later surpassed by Taylor Swift.[12] Certified twenty times platinum (double diamond) by the RIAA[5] and with 15.5 million copies sold,[10] Come On Over established itself one of the best-selling albums of all time in the US and was once the best-selling album of the Nielsen SoundScan era;[13] it now ranks second behind Metallica's 1991 eponymous album.[10] In Canada, it reached similar success and was certified double diamond by Music Canada.[7] In 1998, Come On Over was released internationally, duplicating the commercial success it encountered in North America. It became one of the best-selling albums in several countries, including Australia[14] and the United Kingdom.[15] With a total of 40 million copies sold worldwide, Come On Over also became one of the best-selling albums worldwide.[16] Furthermore, the album is the best-selling album by a female artist in any genre[8] and the best-selling country album of all time.[17] A total of twelve singles were released from the album. Three ("Love Gets Me Every Time", "You're Still the One" and "Honey, I'm Home") topped Hot Country Singles & Tracks.[9] A total of ten songs charted within the top ten of chart, marking the most top ten appearances from one album on Hot Country Singles & Tracks.[10] Several performed well internationally, namely "You're Still the One", "From This Moment On", "That Don't Impress Me Much", and "Man! I Feel Like a Woman!", all of which received platinum certifications by Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA).[18][19]

In 2002, five years following the original release of Come On Over, came the release of the double-disc album Up!. The release became Twain's first and only number-one album in the US, topping the Billboard 200 for five consecutive weeks.[4] Up! sold over 5.4 million copies,[6] yet was certified eleven times platinum (diamond) by the RIAA for being a multi-disc release with over 100 minutes in length (see RIAA certification).[5][20] Nevertheless, as Twain's third diamond album, it made her the only artist to have three consecutive diamond RIAA certified albums.[8] Like her two previous albums, Up! was also certified double diamond in Canada.[7] Despite achieving much commercial success, Up! was unable to duplicate the tremendous outcomes of Come on Over. It produced eight singles, led by "I'm Gonna Getcha Good!", a song that became the singer's first number-one in Canada.[21] In 2004, Twain released a Greatest Hits package that was certified quadruple platinum by the RIAA[5] and spawned the hit single "Party for Two". Concluding a six-year hiatus, Twain released the promotional single "Today Is Your Day" in 2011 and is currently creating her fifth studio effort.[22] Twain's repertoire has sold over 34 million albums in the United States alone, placing her as the top-selling female artist in country music.[10] Moreover, with 48 million shipped copies, she is ranked as the twenty-sixth best-selling artist overall in the US, tying with Kenny G for the spot.[23] She is also recognized as a best-selling artist worldwide, selling well over 85 million albums and thus becoming the top-selling female artist in country music worldwide as well.[24]

Studio albums[edit]

List of studio albums, with selected chart positions and certifications
Title Album details Peak chart positions Certifications
CAN
[25][26]
CAN Country
[27][28][29]
AUS
[30]
GER
[31]
IRL
[32]
NLD
[33]
NOR
[34]
NZ
[35]
UK
[36]
US
[4]
US Country
[1]
Shania Twain 28 40 113 67
The Woman in Me
  • Released: February 7, 1995
  • Label: Mercury Nashville
  • Format: CD, cassette, digital download
6 1 17 72 60 46 5 38 7 5 1
Come On Over
  • Released: November 4, 1997
  • Label: Mercury Nashville
  • Format: CD, cassette, digital download
1 1 1 8 3 1 1 1 1 2 1
Up!
  • Released: November 18, 2002
  • Label: Mercury Nashville
  • Format: CD, cassette, digital download
1 1 1 3 8 2 1 4 1 1
  • CAN: 2× Diamond[7]
  • AUS: 2× Platinum[44]
  • GER: 3× Gold[40]
  • NLD: Gold
  • NOR: 3× Platinum[42]
  • NZ: 3× Platinum[45]
  • UK: 3× Platinum[37]
  • US: 11× Platinum[5]
"—" denotes releases that did not chart or were not released.

Compilation albums[edit]

List of compilation albums, with selected chart positions and certifications
Title Album details Peak chart positions Certifications
CAN
[25]
AUS
[46]
DEU
[31]
IRL
[32]
NLD
[33]
NOR
[34]
NZ
[35]
UK
[36]
US
[4]
US Country
[1]
The Complete Limelight Sessions[47] 62 43
Greatest Hits
  • Released: November 8, 2004
  • Label: Mercury Nashville
  • Formats: CD, cassette, digital download
1 10 3 6 14 14 10 6 2 1
"—" denotes releases that did not chart or were not released.

Live albums[edit]

List of live albums, with selected chart positions and certifications
Title Album details Peak chart positions Certifications
CAN
[51]
AUS
[30]
NLD
[33]
NOR
[34]
NZ
[35]
US
[51]
VH1 Divas Live
  • Released: October 5, 1998
  • Label: Epic
  • Formats: CD, VHS, DVD, cassette
12 12 7 9 10 21

Singles[edit]

List of singles, with selected chart positions and certifications
Title Year Peak chart positions Certifications Album
CAN
[21]
CAN Country
[55]
AUS
[30]
GER
[56]
IRL
[32]
NLD
[33]
NOR
[34]
NZ
[35]
UK
[36]
US
[57]
US Country
[9]
"What Made You Say That" 1993 70 55 Shania Twain
"Dance with the One That Brought You" 77 55
"You Lay a Whole Lot of Love on Me"
"Whose Bed Have Your Boots Been Under?"[A] 1995 1 87 11 The Woman in Me
"Any Man of Mine"[A] 1 31 1
"The Woman in Me (Needs the Man in You)" 1 90 14
"(If You're Not in It for Love) I'm Outta Here!" 1 5 74 1
"You Win My Love"[B] 1996 1 67 108 1
"No One Needs to Know" 1 1
"Home Ain't Where His Heart Is (Anymore)" 7 28
"God Bless the Child" 7 75 48
"Love Gets Me Every Time" 1997 1 25 1 Come On Over
"Don't Be Stupid (You Know I Love You)" 1 32 15 19 42 5 40 6
"You're Still the One" 1998 7 1 1 68 3 10 9 10 2 1
  • AUS: Platinum[18]
  • US: 2× Platinum[5]
"From This Moment On" 13 1 2 53 7 9 4 6
"When"[C] 14 18 18
"Honey, I'm Home" 1 1
"That Don't Impress Me Much" 5 2 2 8 1 2 1 1 3 7 8
"Man! I Feel Like a Woman!" 1999 18 2 4 33 49 10 1 3 23 4
"You've Got a Way" 17 1 28 17 49 13
"Come On Over" 1 58 6
"Rock This Country!" 2000 3 30
"I'm Holdin' On to Love (To Save My Life)"[D] 4 102 17
"I'm Gonna Getcha Good!" 2002 1 * 14 15 7 15 4 4 4 34 7 Up!
"Up!"[E] 2003 2 * 29 42 27 21 63 12
"Ka-Ching!" * 3 27 11 15 8
"Forever and for Always" 5 * 45 9 6 44 17 6 20 4
"Thank You Baby! (For Makin' Someday Come So Soon)" * 20 23 48 11
"She's Not Just a Pretty Face" * 56 9
"When You Kiss Me"[E][F] * 47 30 41 21 60
"It Only Hurts When I'm Breathing" 2004 4 * 71 18
"Party for Two"
(with Billy Currington or Mark McGrath)
2 * 7 25 44 11 10
[63]
58 7 Greatest Hits
"Don't!"[G] 2005 10 * 58 48 30 122 24
"I Ain't No Quitter" * 45
"Shoes" * 29 Desperate Housewives
"Today Is Your Day" 2011 14 * 66 36 N/A
"Endless Love"[H]
(with Lionel Richie)
2012 * 116 Tuskegee
"—" denotes items which were not released in that country or failed to chart.
"*" denotes items which are unverifiable.

Other charted songs[edit]

List of singles, with selected chart positions
Title Year Peak chart positions Album
CAN
[21]
CAN Country
[64]
US Country
[9]
"If It Don't Take Two" 1997 80 The Woman in Me
"Coat of Many Colors"
(with Alison Krauss & Union Station)
2003 57 Just Because I'm a Woman: Songs of Dolly Parton
"White Christmas"
(with Michael Bublé)
2011 86 Christmas
"—" denotes releases that did not chart or were not released.

Other appearances[edit]

List of songs, with selected details
Title Year Notes
"Amneris' Letter" 1999
"Coat of Many Colors" 2003
  • Cover version of the 1971 song by Dolly Parton recorded with Alison Krauss for the tribute album to Parton Just Because I'm a Woman: Songs of Dolly Parton (2003).[66]
"Blue Eyes Crying in the Rain"
"You Needed Me" 2007
"White Christmas" 2011
  • Duet with Michael Bublé for his Christmas album Christmas (2011).[69]

Notes[edit]

  • A ^ The charting releases of "Whose Bed Have You Boots Been Under?" and "Any Man of Mine" were as double A-side singles.[70]
  • B ^ "You Win My Love" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100 but peaked on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles chart at number eight.[71]
  • C ^ "When" was released as a single exclusively in Canada and the United Kingdom.[72]
  • D ^ "I'm Holdin' On to Love (To Save My Life)" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100 but peaked on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles chart at number two.[73]
  • E ^ "Up!" and "When You Kiss Me" were released as double A-sides in the United Kingdom, and therefore charted at number twenty-one on the UK Singles Chart as one.[36]
  • F ^ "When You Kiss Me" peaked at number sixty on the US Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart, following the release of Up! in November 2002.[57]
  • G ^ "Don't!" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100 but peaked on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles chart at number twenty-two.[74]
  • H ^ "Endless Love" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100 but peaked on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles chart at number sixteen.[75]

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