This song was America's introduction to Shania Twain. The singer had one hit prior to this three-week chart-topper from 1995, but 'Any Man of Mine' blew up in a way a song from a country female hadn't done in years.

Song No. 20 on the Top 100 Country Songs list left an undeniable influence on future generations of country singers. Some may argue that by using sex appeal to sell records, she chipped away at the moral fiber of the music, but that's a tough argument to make in the face of so many millions of loyal fans and followers worldwide. Twain is every bit as important to modern country music as Garth Brooks, and this song began a wild decade.

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