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Eaten Alive (2 CD Deluxe Edition)
Nº of Discs:
|1. (CD 1) Eaten Alive|
|2. (CD 1) Oh Teacher|
|3. (CD 1) Experience|
|4. (CD 1) Chain Reaction|
|5. (CD 1) More And More|
|6. (CD 1) I'm Watching You|
|7. (CD 1) Love On Line|
|8. (CD 1) (I Love) Being In Love With You|
|9. (CD 1) Crime Of Passion|
|10. (CD 1) Don't Give Up On Each|
|11. (CD 2) Eaten Alive (Single Mix)|
|12. (CD 2) Eaten Alive (Single Mix Instrumental)|
|13. (CD 2) Eaten Alive (Hot Extended Dance Mix)|
|14. (CD 2) Eaten Alive (Hot Extended Dance Mix Instrumental)|
|15. (CD 2) Experience (Single Version)|
|16. (CD 2) Experience (Instrumental)|
|17. (CD 2) Experience (Special Dance Mix)|
|18. (CD 2) Chain Reaction (Special Single Mix)|
|19. (CD 2) Chain Reaction (Special Dance Mix)|
Shipping 11th September 2017 - Mininum Availability !!
Diana Ross – Eaten Alive will be a 2 CD Deluxe Edition for the First Time Ever.
The Bonus CD will include 9 Bonus Tracks.
Eaten Alive includes her international hit single "Chain Reaction".
Written and produced by Barry Gibb of the Bee Gees.
The album also includes a contribution from Michael Jackson who co-wrote and performed vocals on the title track.
Liner Notes by Alex Henderson
Re-Mastered from the Original Master Tapes by Sean Brennan, at Battery Studio’s, New York
Track listing's are correct at time of Pre-Order release and could be subject to change.
Due to the finding's of Extra Bonus Material in the Re-Master process, please keep a look out on our website or on our Facebook page, for future info.
Eaten Alive is the 1985 album by Diana Ross which reached #11 in the UK and Australia. The album also reached the Top Ten in Switzerland, Norway, Sweden and The Netherlands.
Following the largely self-produced Swept Away album, Diana Ross' shrewd choice of collaborators continued to impress when she turned to the Gibb brothers for her fifth studio project for RCA Records.
The album was a dynamic affair with an explosive set of songs as well as the title track also boasting the excellent production and song writing skills of the genius himself, Michael Jackson.
In the UK, Chain Reaction caught on to the British public like a magnet! This was simply vintage Diana Ross and it was this retro style that her public loved even though she has commendably attempted time and time again to break out into other musical genres in the past few decades.
Overly, Eaten Alive is a solid album with sparkling vocals from Ross, compelling arrangements and great lyrics. An enjoyable and diverse album from legendary Diana Ross.