Beginning Friday (Oct. 14), Shania Twain fans will be able to hear her catalog in a whole new way. For the first time, the country star's four studio albums will be available on vinyl.

Twain's 1993 self-titled debut album, 1995's The Woman in Me, 1997's Come on Over and 2002's Up! (on green vinyl for country and on red vinyl for pop) will all be available on vinyl at record stores and wherever vinyl albums are sold. The vinyl albums are currently available for pre-order on Amazon.

Twain is not the first country act to reissue her catalog on vinyl: In April, the Dixie Chicks released remastered versions of Wide Open Spaces, Fly, Home and Taking the Long Way on vinyl.

On Oct. 20, Twain will be honored with the 2016 Artist of a Lifetime award during CMT’s Artists of the Year ceremony. CMT selected Twain for the recognition because of “her indelible impact and achievements in country music,” including five Grammys and more than 75 million albums sold worldwide; Come on Over is still the best-selling country album of all time, as well as the top-selling album by a female artist of any genre of all time.

Twain is the first woman to receive the Artist of a Lifetime honor. The award’s previous recipients are Kenny Rogers (2015) and Merle Haggard (2014).

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