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I'm assuming Shania will announce the release of Come On Over: Diamond Edition in mid September after her "Let's Go!" residency is finished. What do you guys think? It will most likely be released on Friday, November 4 (its 25th anniversary).

(In 2020, she announced The Woman In Me: Diamond Edition on August 14 and was released October 2.)



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It seems logical and very likely.



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Yes, I'm sure this is the plan. I can't wait for Vegas to end to see what she has in store for us.

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So I know there weren't any unreleased songs on the 'The Woman in Me' anniversary but do you guys think we'll ever get unreleased content that they maybe recorded but didn't include on the albums? Almost like Mariah's 'The Rarities' album. Because I imagine they probably wrote (and possibly recorded) more songs than what ended up on the released projects.

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That was an article from 2010 quite interesting
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THE SECOND DISC
EXPANDED AND REMASTERED MUSIC NEWS

Reissue Theory: Shania Twain, "Come On Over"

APRIL 20, 2010 BY MIKE DUQUETTE 6 COMMENTS

Behind every devoted catalogue fan is a long-suffering but good-natured band of friends who smile politely and listen to us jaw on about liner notes, bonus tracks and the like.

Those readers with partners or spouses are probably grinning right now, and so am I. Today is the birthday of a special someone (in a hat tip to MusicTAP, I'll call her Miss Disc) and in a show of geeky affection I have put together a Reissue Theory for one of her favorite records, which is thankfully one that could benefit from deluxe treatment.

Shania Twain spent the 1990s as a solid Canadian-born country star, but her third record was something special. With the help of super-producer Robert John "Mutt" Lange (who, besides producing Twain's last record, The Woman in Me (1995), was married to her at the time), Twain developed an unheard-of crossover sound that meshed the best of country with the freshest dance and pop one could ask for at the time. Come On Over was a smash after its 1997 release, topping the charts in 10 countries and selling more than 30 million copies worldwide (the biggest-selling record by a female solo artist and one of the top 10 best-selling records in America).

And those songs! Twelve of the LP's 16 tracks were released to various radio formats and became FM staples. Cuts like "That Don't Impress Me Much," "You're Still the One," "From This Moment On" and "Man! I Feel Like a Woman" ushered in a movement of country-pop that paved the way for class acts from The Dixie Chicks to Taylor Swift.

Like many best-sellers, the album has quite the history on CD. Foreign audiences weren't quite ready for the Nashville sound of the record, so Mercury Records remixed the entire album (save pentultimate track "Rock This Country!") with a Eurobeat feel when releasing it internationally in 1998. Then things got interesting: that version of the album was tweaked and released on its own in the U.S. as Come On Over: The International Version (1999). (So there's a U.S. international version and an...international international version.) This notion would be milked even further for Twain's next record, 2002's Up!; that record was released as a two-disc set of country and pop mixes with a download code for a third album mix inspired by Eastern dance tracks.

A reissue of this LP would befit Universal's usual Deluxe Edition format, with both versions of the record (and a handful of bonus tracks, in spite of the album's hour-long running time) making up such a hypothetical set. Hit the jump (and raise a glass for Miss Disc's birthday) to see the Come On Over reissue that someday could be.

Shania Twain, Come On Over: Deluxe Edition

Disc 1: Original LP and More

Man! I Feel Like a Woman! – 3:53
I’m Holdin’ On to Love (To Save My Life) – 3:30
Love Gets Me Every Time – 3:33
Don’t Be Stupid (You Know I Love You) – 3:35
From This Moment On – 4:43
Come On Over – 2:55
When – 3:39
Whatever You Do! Don’t! – 3:47
If You Wanna Touch Her, Ask! – 4:04
You’re Still the One – 3:34
Honey, I’m Home – 3:39
That Don’t Impress Me Much – 3:38
Black Eyes, Blue Tears – 3:39
I Won’t Leave You Lonely – 4:13
Rock This Country! – 4:23
You’ve Got a Way – 3:24
From This Moment On (The Single Mix) – 3:42
Honey, I’m Home (Extended Mix) – 6:23
Man! I Feel Like a Woman (Alternate) – 3:53
I’m Holdin’ On to Love (To Save My Life) (Pop Mix) – 3:44
Disc 2: International LP and More

You’re Still the One (International Mix) – 3:34
When (International Mix) – 3:39
From This Moment On (International Mix) – 4:39
Black Eyes, Blue Tears (International Mix) – 3:36
I Won’t Leave You Lonely (International Mix) – 4:06
I’m Holdin’ On to Love (To Save My Life) (International Mix) – 3:30
Come On Over (International Mix) – 2:55
You’ve Got a Way (International Mix) – 3:15
Whatever You Do! Don’t! (International Mix) – 3:48
Man! I Feel Like a Woman! (International Mix) – 3:53
Love Gets Me Every Time (International Mix) – 3:33
Don’t Be Stupid (You Know I Love You) (International Mix) – 3:34
That Don’t Impress Me Much (International Version) – 3:38
Honey, I’m Home (International Mix) – 3:33
If You Wanna Touch Her, Ask! (International Mix) – 4:13
From This Moment On (The Right Mix) – 4:51
That Don’t Impress Me Much (Dance Mix) – 4:43
You’ve Got a Way (Notting Hill Remix) – 3:25
Don’t Be Stupid (You Know I Love You) (Dance Mix) – 4:44
Disc 1, Tracks 1-16 released as Come On Over, Mercury 314 536 003-2, 1997 (US)
Disc 1, Track 17 from CD single Mercury MNCD 213, 1998 (US)
Disc 1, Track 18 from CD single (catalogue # unknown), 1998 (US)
Disc 1, Track 19 from CD promo MNCD 238, 1999 (US)
Disc 1, Track 20 from CD promo (catalogue # unknown), 2000 (US)
Disc 2, Tracks 1-15 released as Come On Over: International Version Mercury 558 000-2, 1998 (EU)
Disc 2, Tracks 16 and 18 from Come On Over: International Version (US Edition) Mercury 088 170 123-2, 1999 (US)
Disc 2, Tracks 17 and 19 from Come On Over: International Tour Edition bonus disc Mercury 546 028-2, 1999 (AUS)

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-- Edited by portacoino on Friday 16th of September 2022 08:59:04 PM

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Come on Over Diamond Edition? If she was smart she could of released The Woman In Me, Come On Over And the Up Edition at the same time. Technically up didn't sell 10 million in the United States. Some will argue with me but it was a double CD package. What happens years from now and they don't count double CD packages as double in sales? Will she lose the Diamond Edition status?



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