Shania Twain - Greatest Hits
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Shania Twain - Greatest HitsSeems the pride of Timmins, Ont. can’t decide on who to party with. Twain’s collection of career blockbusters (nothing from her 1993 self-titled debut) features two versions of the limp new single “Party for Two,” one with Sugar Ray’s Mark McGrath and the other with country newcomer Billy Currington. Perhaps it’s hubby Mutt Lange’s propensity for rock, or else the label’s interest in covering two marketing demographics. Either way, the party’s a bit of a bust. Contains two other new songs: “Don’t!” and “I Ain’t No Quitter.”




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