Shania Twain's album Come On Over is now the sixth biggest selling album of all time in the US, having sold the best part of 20 million copies. The Woman In Me is also in the top 50 and has shifted 12 million copies. This woman, who's real name is the far from rock 'n' roll Eileen Edwards, has a lot of fans then, and most likely a large number of them are going to buy this DVD. They shouldn't.
Surely someone who has that much money behind them and that large a fanbase could offer some extras. There isn't even an interview. No behind the scenes footage, no games, no extra songs, nothing. It is just a recording of a concert that she performed in the city of Chicago.
The concert is good enough. The sound quality is excellent, the musicians are tight, and so is Shania Twain, who is a picture in her skin-hugging, yellow wet suit. At least in that respect, the DVD is adequate.
All of Shania's top songs are on the disc, from Man! I Feel Like A Woman, Don't Be Stupid (You Know I Love You), That Don't Impress Me Much, Any Man Of Mine and Rock This Country! to the original smash hit that propelled the sales of Come On Over, You're Still The One.
If all you are after is to watch Shania and her band performing their songs live, then go ahead and buy this DVD. However, if you are looking for something with more depth and insight, I recommend that you look elsewhere. With this costing a sizeable proportion of 20 pounds, you are simply not getting your money's worth.