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Shania Twain Import

4.3 out of 5 stars 61 customer reviews

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Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. What Made You Say That
  2. You Lay A Whole Lot Of Love On Me
  3. Dance With The One That Brought You
  4. Still Under The Weather
  5. God Ain't Gonna Getcha For That
  6. Got A Hold On Me
  7. There Goes The Neighborhood
  8. Forget Me
  9. When He Leaves You
  10. Crime Of The Century


Product Details

  • Audio CD (September 27, 1994)
  • Original Release Date: 1993
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Mercury Nashville
  • ASIN: B000001DXW
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (61 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #144,980 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By A Customer on October 3, 1999
Format: Audio CD
Okay, before I started to listen to Shania's music I hated, no - HATED country music. But since she's converted me I can really listen to and enjoy this CD. "What Made You Say That" is really good and so is "There Goes The Neighbourhood". If you don't like country music but like Shania Twain - buy this! You won't be disappointed.
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I now own all 3 of Shania's CDs. This CD is pretty good, but, I am really happy that she and her husband are producing her(their) own music. The first CD she made(Shania Twain) is not the kind of music I like, but, her voice is so beautiful, that I got beyond the 'hard country' sound to this CD. I purchased her first CD last. I own 'Come on Over' and 'The Woman in Me'. These 2 Cds are the real Shania Twain. They do not fit the 'mould' of just country, but, span different sounds that make them fun, spirited and very enjoyable. I am glad that she broke the tie to the cookie-cutter, assembly line music that I am sure she did not really get into. This is just my opinion, but, I feel the music she does now is the type of music she will do in the future. Also, more ballads would be great. She is one singer that can truly carry a song and bring out the emotions the song is meant to have. Looking forward to more of Shania Twain's music.
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This album, produced by Harold Shedd and Norro Wilson, two notable country produces, has a contemporary feel but still owes a lot to traditional country with plenty of steel guitar, so it is not like any other Shania album so far released.
There are plenty of upbeat songs, giving this album a real good-time feel. Among them are What made you say that, Dance with the one that brought you, God ain't gonna getcha for that and Crime of the century. Shania also demonstrates that she can sing ballads well, particularly on When he leaves you, possibly my favorite track here, and You lay a whole lot of love on me.
It is clear from this album and from some tracks on her other albums that Shania loves country music but it is unlikely that Shania will ever record another album like this one. As such, country fans everywhere should treasure it (only the most diehard traditionalists could complain that it's not country enough), but some of Shania's normal fans may not like it all and ought to hear some of it before buying. This is my favorite Shania album although I do enjoy some of her later music in its own way.
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By A Customer on March 28, 2004
Format: Audio CD
This is Shania Twain's first official album, a wonderful collection of pure country songs. When this album was released Shania was at a point in her career she was not allowed to publish her own music - a fact that won't go unnoticed by Shania-fans, because the style is somewhat different. But that does by no means mean this isn't a good cd, because the ingredients for a great album are present: a variety of wonderful songs and, also very important, a singer with an astonishing voice.
The songs:
1. `What made you say that?' A joyful song with a great melody that you can't get out of your head once you heard it. (10/10)
2. `You lay a whole lot of love on me' A sensitive ballad about love, but with a happy undertone, that brings out Shania's voice very good. (9/10)
3. `Still under the weather' A beautiful, sad ballad about losing your first love. (8/10)
4. `Dance with the one that brought you' Another happy song you won't get out of your head. (8/10)
5. `God ain't gonna getcha for that!' This song is the most like Shania's style from the songs on this album, and one of my favourites. It's like a country-version of `Man! I feel like a woman!'. The song invites you to get on the dance-floor! (10/10)
6. `Got a hold on me' This is one of my favorite songs from this album, because it's so desperate. As well the lyrics as the melody are great. (10/10)
7. There goes the neighbourhood' A sad song in which we are reprimanded for not doing enough to keep our romantic relationships intact, en thus breaking up the neighbourhood. (7/10)
8. `Forget me' A nice up-tempo song with a somewhat bitter undertone. (9/10)
9. `When he leaves you' This is a beautiful song, only the lyrics are somewhat... stupid, if you ask me. (7/10)
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Well, I've had all of Shania's albums except this one for years and I finally bought it. I had heard most of it over the years so none of it was really surprising. Since the Shania/Mutt team didn't write and produce this, it's nothing like Come On Over and Up. But it still has star quality. Most of the tracks are really good, even though I rarely listen to any of it besides the first and last tracks What Made You Say That and Crime Of The Century. The ballads aren't up to par with her later ones but There Goes The Neighborhood is one of my favorites. The only song penned by Shania is God Ain't Gonna Getcha For That. This album is good but if you are a fan of Shania's pop laden music, this isn't for you.
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I have only just obtained a copy of this album and I can safely say I REALLY like it. The first three tracks are also on the 'Platinum Collection' DVD but the rest are terrific, and 'Crime of the Century' just blew me away!

In my opinion the only artist in my album collection who comes close to Shanias effortlessly belting performance here is Patsy Cline, so if you like her you'll like this.

I know it wasn't overly successful at the time but as a retrospective I think Shania should be proud to have it in her back catalogue. It's a faultless debut and a very worthy addition to any Shania fans collection.

You may not think so at first but it WILL grow on you...
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