Believe it or not, Shania Twain released her debut album 28 years ago! You read that correctly – 28 years ago!
And luckily for her fans, the popular Canadian country music artist has just made special remastered music videos of songs from that 1993 album available to fans.
The singer’s first widely released album was her self-titled “Shania Twain” project. It included such famous songs as “Dance With the One That Brought You,” “What Made You Say That,” “You Lay a Whole Lotta Love On Me,” “You Win My Love,” and “Home Ain’t Where His Heart Is (Anymore).”
The 28th anniversary was not lost on the popular artist. She took to Twitter on Tuesday (April 20) to acknowledge the album’s release and to share the news about the remastered music videos.
“Happy 28th(!) birthday to my debut album. To celebrate we’ve remastered the original music videos from the album in HD quality. Watch on my @YouTube now! https://ShaniaTwain.lnk.to/Remastered,” Shania Twain tweeted. The post also shows a clip that clearly demonstrates the difference between how the videos originally aired in comparison to them in HD quality.
The difference just might surprise you. It is pretty easy to see how much sharper the remastered version of these videos look compared to their original counterparts.
Check out Shania Twain’s tweet about the remastered videos below.
Fans Join Shania Twain in Celebrating 28th Anniversary of Her Debut Album
Shania Twain wasn’t the only person taking to Twitter on April 20 to celebrate her debut album. Many of her fans also used the social media site to share their feelings about her “Shania Twain” album.
“Happy 28th birthday to your first ever album! I still listen to it 28 years later and it has never and will never get old to me :) my fav songs are what made you say that and dance with the one that brought ya! Awesome songs!” one fan shared on Twitter.
“Listened to it in its entirety to celebrate. God Ain’t Gonna Getcha for That was my favourite before I knew it was the only one you had written. Also love Crime of the Century, Forget Me, Got a Hold on Me,” another said.
“Congratulations! The day that the world opened for a talented and beautiful lady! A heart of gold and a precious soul! Love you my sweet Queen!” an additional fan shared.
There was also this tweet praising Shania Twain: “You deserve every success @ShaniaTwain, your music has stood the test of time and you’re getting new fans all the time as everyone can relate to you and your music.”
To give you a feel of the new updated Shania Twain videos, check out the remastered video for “Dance With the One That Brought You” below.