Shania Twain Music
History about Shania Twain Music, "Come on over".
Shania Twain - Come on over, is a 69-minute music album that contains songs sung by Shania Twain, a singer from Canada. This is the Shania Twain’s third recorded studio album that was released on the 4th of November 1997. The album is produced by Robert John Mutt Lange, a Zambian-born English songwriter and record producer, and released by Mercury, an American-based trademark. The album was turned out to be the greatest-selling studio album and country music album by a female artist.
As of date, the album has sold in excess of 40 million replicas all over the world, shipped more than 20 million reproductions in the United States, with 15.58 million duplicates sold consistent with Nielsen SoundScan, the information and a sales tracking structure. It was sold an additional of 1.99 million copies through BMG Music Clubs. The album debuted at the first position on the Billboard leading chart of country albums and continued there for 50 non-successive weeks. The Come on over music album continued in the leading 10 albums for 151 weeks.
The Come on over album was a chartbuster success, turning out to be the all time leading-selling studio album by a female performer, the largest-selling album by a Canadian performer and one among the biggest-selling music albums in the history of the music industry. The album was released in three dissimilar versions, the original country adaptation was released during 1997, and the improved pop and global versions released during 1998 and 1999 respectively. The album was supported by a wide world trip by Shania Twain, as well.
The Come On Over music album was the first album to achieve both 14 million duplicates during September 2001 and 15 million replicas during August 2004 in sales in the United States since 1991, when Nielsen SoundScan commenced tracking the music sales. The album ranks as the second top-selling album of the Nielsen SoundScan period in the United States, with 15,580,000 reproduction sold, behind its close competitor, the 1991 self-labeled album of a heavy metal group of America, the Metallica as of 2014 October.
The Come On Over music album led the charts in the United Kingdom for 11 weeks. It is one among the maximum-selling albums forever in Australia, attaining 15 times platinum and expending 19 weeks at the first position and 165 weeks in the leading 100 music albums. The album was still the greatest-selling album in Australia during the 1990s. The music album sat in the leading position of the country albums chart of Canada for more than 110 weeks. Globally, the album sold 3.4 million reproductions during 1997, 8.9 million during 1998 and in excess of 15.2 million replicas during 1999, ranking strong during 2000, selling additional 6.4 million replicas worldwide. More than 40 million replicas have been sold all over the world.
The Shania Twain - Come on over music album received optimistic reviews. AllMusic, an online song guide service website, honored the album for productively breaking free of conventional country labels, at the same time as praising Shania Twain, as well, for crafting a music album with just as much rock or pop appeal as the country appeal. In the meantime, the Entertainment Weekly admired the album for productively incorporating a considerable rock influence devoid of losing the country receptiveness.