21 Songs, 1 Hour 17 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Shania's stylistic reach is so great that any collection of her joyous '90s and early '00s country faces two big questions: Which singles? And, even more importantly, which versions? Greatest Hits preempts debate by pulling something for every taste. Playful dis "That Don't Impress Me Much" gets a dance mix that retains just enough twang, while "Party for Two" goes twice: first as a boisterous, Mark McGrath-assisted pop tune, then as boot-stomping jam with Billy Currington. Meanwhile, saucy blues grinder “Man! I Feel Like a Woman!” transcends genre with one outrageous take.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Shania's stylistic reach is so great that any collection of her joyous '90s and early '00s country faces two big questions: Which singles? And, even more importantly, which versions? Greatest Hits preempts debate by pulling something for every taste. Playful dis "That Don't Impress Me Much" gets a dance mix that retains just enough twang, while "Party for Two" goes twice: first as a boisterous, Mark McGrath-assisted pop tune, then as boot-stomping jam with Billy Currington. Meanwhile, saucy blues grinder “Man! I Feel Like a Woman!” transcends genre with one outrageous take.

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