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Shania Twain Set To Release Diamond Edition of Hit Album “Come On Over”

The only 57-year-old will make country music history yet again on August 25th.

Powerhouse Shania Twain is releasing a 25th-anniversary edition of her 1997 mega-platinum album Come On Over: Diamond Edition on August 25th via Mercury/UMe. 

The announcement came this morning (July 12) after Hoda Kotb from TODAY presented Twain with a plaque presentation last night at her sold-out Madison Square Garden show. 

Come On Over is the top-selling country album and the highest-selling album by a female artist of all time. The original assemblage is home to 16 country-pop compositions, including hits “You’re Still The One,” “Man, I Feel Like A Woman,” “Honey, I’m Home,” “From This Moment On,” “That Don’t Impress Me Much,” “Don’t Be Stupid (You Know I Love You),” and of course, “Come On Over.”

Twain says, “With Come On Over, it was important for me to give what I thought was the best record of my life, and that is why there’s so many songs on it. I thought, “Let’s just load this up in case there’s not another chance. Let’s not hold anything back.” There was no point in saving songs for another album or even giving songs to other artists because I thought this might be my only chance to really make an impact as a follow-up to the prior album, which was already certified Diamond. I would say that Come On Over was so high-pressure for me because I knew I had more in me than one Diamond album.”

Produced by Robert JohnMuttLange, the has sold over 40 million plus copies, and now, a remastered edition from the original tapes is hitting the market in a few different formats: 3CD Super Deluxe, 3LP Super Deluxe, 3LP International Super Deluxe, 2LP Deluxe, 2LP Deluxe Retail Exclusives (US Only), and Digital and you can pre-order them here.

The 3CD Super Deluxe and 3LP Super Deluxe U.S. and 3LP Super Deluxe International editions for Come On Over all include a bonus disc with nine additional tracks, featuring live duets with Chris Martin, Elton John, Alison Krauss, and the Backstreet Boys, plus other live tracks and remixes. The 3CD Super Deluxeedition is packaged in a commemorative hardback book format with notes from Shania herself, while both 3LP versions come on 180-gram ultra-clear vinyl.

The 2LP U.S. Deluxe version is available on 180-gram black vinyl, while the 2LP U.S. Deluxe Retail Exclusive comes on 180-gram Red Apple.

The 2CD Deluxe U.S. version includes the additional bonus disc with all the live duets and the other live tracks and remixes.

Finally, the Digital edition of Come On Over mirrors the 3CD Super Deluxe configuration by including the additional, aforementioned live duets and all the other live tracks and remixes.

While you wait for the diamond release, listen to the original version of Come On Over below. What is your favorite song from Come On Over? Let us know by leaving a reaction at the bottom of the post or by sliding into our DMs on Instagram at @celebsecretscountry


Written by Brianna Vacca

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