hania's recording career started in '93, but her big breakthrough was in the u.s. in '95 with her 2nd album "the woman in me".  on the blue-box charts however, 1998 became her year! her single "you're still the one" went seven times platinum and in addition to her multi-platinum 3rd album "come on over", she conquered the blue islands as well as the rest of the world! mixing rock and pop with her distinctive country music sound, shania's paved the way for the crossing over of country music to the mainstream charts. with 31 weeks at #1, and an astounding 18x platinum, 'come on over' is by far the most acquired album on the blue islands ever!

Title
Certification
Chart Position Peak
you're still the one (1998)
x7
1  (11 weeks)
any man of mine (1995 single - charted in 1998)
x2
3
when (1998)
x2
1  (2 weeks)
from this moment on (1998)
x4
1  (3 weeks)
honey, i'm home (1998)
x2
2
that don't impress me much (1999)
x6
1  (8 weeks)
man! i feel like a woman! (1999)
x6
1  (7 weeks)
don't be stupid (you know i love you) / you’ve got a way (2000)
x5
1  (6 weeks)
i’m gonna getcha good! (2002)
x3
1  (4 weeks)
ka-ching! (2003)
x2
1  (1 week)
forever and for always (2003)
x3
1  (3 weeks)
nah! (2003)
x2
1  (2 weeks)
when you kiss me / up! (2003)
2
party for two (with mark mcgrath) (2004)
x3
1  (6 weeks)
don't (2005)
12
(if you're not in it for love) i'm outta here! / you win my love (2015)  
1  (1 week)
shoes [pop version] (2015)  
9
life's about to get good (2017)  
13
swingin' with my eyes closed (2017)  
7
home now (2018)  
19


Title
Certification
Chart Position Peak
shania twain (1993 album - charted in 1998)
15
the woman in me (1995 album - charted in 1998)
x5
3
come on over (1998)
x18
1  (31 weeks)
up! (2002)
x8
1  (14 weeks)
greatest hits (2004)
x9
1  (5 weeks)
PLAY~l!st (2013) x2
1  (1 week)
still the one: live from vegas (2015)
2
now (2017)
1  (1 week)