For 10 years, Shania Twain has dominated the country and pop airwaves with her unique, crossover sound and catchy songs. This album brings all the hits of the last 10 years together into 1 disc.
The unfortunate part of the album is that many of the songs have had to be slightly edited so that all 21 tracks could fit comfortably on the single CD (and two deserving hits sadly did not make the cut being "You've Got A Way" and "She's Not Just A Pretty Face").
The songs are played in reverse chronological order of their release, beginning with 2003's summer hit "Forever and For Always," and ending with 1995's "Whose Bed Have Your Boots Been Under?" All of Shania's major trademark songs, "Man! I Feel Like A Woman!," "That Don't Impress Me Much!," "You're Still The One," "(If You're Not In It For Love) I'm Outta Here!," and "Any Man Of Mine" have made the cut on the record and adequetly represent Twain and her message of female empowerment and poking fun at the male gender at the same time.
Twain displays a large range of emotions as a songwriter, from her catchy uptempo hits, to her soulful, heartgrabbing ballads. A second problem with this collection is that it doesn't showcase how strong of a songwriter Twain is. Her unreleased material (from her blockbuster album's, 2002's "Up!," 1997's "Come On Over," and 1995's "The Woman In Me") is often cited as her best work, and it's unfortunate that there is no collection that focuses on her songwriting strengths. But this isn't an album to focus on the best of her unreleased material, it's meant to highlight her big career hits, and it does that quite well.
Twain also manages to cram an additional 4 tracks onto the end of the album as well. The moderately successful "Party For Two" (featuring Billy Currington on the country version, and Mark McGrath on the pop version), the tearful "Don't!," and country-swinging "I Ain't No Quitter," focus on Twain's incredible versatility.