Shania Twain's 1995 breakthrough album The Woman In Me reached Diamond status in 1997, selling over 20 million copies to date. In celebration of its 25th anniversary, a new edition of the landmark release features a newly-remastered version of the genre-crossing, multi-platinum album.
no matter how many rock tricks are in the production or how poppy the tunes are, they still feel like country songs, especially on "Any Man of Mine" and "Whose Bed Have Your Boots Been Under?" anthems for the post-"Boot Scootin' Boogie" era, when country slowly, steadily became the sound of middle-American adult pop. Garth Brooks started the ball rolling, but this is where the movement gained momentum, and although this isn't pure country, it is country in how it sounds and feels, particularly in how it captures the stance and attitude of the modern women, thanks in no small part to Twain who plays this part to a hilt. And, like all the best [Mutt] Lange productions, it's so exquisitely crafted from the songs to the sound that it's not only an instant pleasure, it's a sustaining one.
- Diamond Edition
- 25th Anniversary
- 180g Vinyl LP
- Silver foil stamped text on cover
- Includes lyrics
- Home Ain't Where His Heart Is (Anymore)
- Any Man Of Mine
- Whose Bed Have Your Boots Been Under?
- (If You're Not In It For Love) I'm Outta Here!
- The Woman In Me (Needs The Man In You)
- Is There Life After Love?
- If It Don't Take Two
- You Win My Love
- Raining On Our Love
- Leaving Is The Only Way Out
- No One Needs To Know
- God Bless The Child