ALBUM: Diana Ross – Eaten Alive (Expanded Edition) Zip

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Diana Ross has release a posthumous package titled Eaten Alive (Expanded Edition) It was arguably the R&B/Soul event of a pandemic-blighted year.

By contrast, Eaten Alive (Expanded Edition) album arrives under very different circumstances on Wapbaze with 19 tracks listings.

Diana Rosss Eaten Alive (Expanded Edition) has its share of impressive moments from ℗ 1985 RCA Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment/This compilation (P) 2014 RCA.

Artist(s):Diana Ross
Album:Eaten Alive (Expanded Edition)
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Record Label:℗ 1985 RCA Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment/This compilation (P) 2014 RCA
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Diana Ross returns with a new album “Eaten Alive (Expanded Edition) and we got it for you, download fast and feel the vibes.

  1. Diana Ross - Eaten Alive
  2. Diana Ross - Oh Teacher
  3. Diana Ross - Experience
  4. Diana Ross - Chain Reaction
  5. Diana Ross - More and More
  6. Diana Ross - I'm Watching You
  7. Diana Ross - Love on the Line
  8. Diana Ross - (I Love) Being in Love with You
  9. Diana Ross - Crime of Passion
  10. Diana Ross - Don't Give Up on Each Other
  11. Diana Ross - Eaten Alive
  12. Diana Ross - Eaten Alive
  13. Diana Ross - Eaten Alive
  14. Diana Ross - Eaten Alive
  15. Diana Ross - Experience
  16. Diana Ross - Experience
  17. Diana Ross - Experience
  18. Diana Ross - Chain Reaction
  19. Diana Ross - Chain Reaction

Public Reviews for Diana Ross – Eaten Alive (Expanded Edition) From Itunes:

Living Legend

Miss Ross will forever be a true master! The Eaten Alive extended dance mix gives me life! By A. ALLEN RENSHAW JR

Eaten Alive

One of her lost gems. Album artwork and era were such a delight. Classic 80’s cheese By Drew Armani


I like what I heard. By artistrobertstewart

Why was this not a hit?

After nearly 30 years, I still don’t understand why this was not huge. Diana was still a viable commodity in pop music at the time. It had Barry Gibb’s songwriting and producing skills at a still-peak level, and he delivered some very good songs. Diana’s singing is excellent—if you don’t mind some lyrics that might be unintelligible, but still sound great. The title track ROCKS! It’s atmospheric as it can be, it’s hot, and it has a very audible Michael Jackson vocal (at near-duet levels) and Michael Jackson songwriting) at the pinnacle of his Michael Jacksonness. And did I mention it’s HOT! So what if the words are hard to understand? Diana invests them with a lot of meaning anyway. It’s a song about passion and obsession and those qualities come through with or without intelligible lyrics.

There isn’t a bad song on the album. "Chain Reaction" was a hit in other countries. It isn’t necessarily one of my personal favorites, but it is a good song. What I like mostly about it is that it connects Diana’s Supreme past with her (then) very 80s present. It’s fun! The expanded album (officially from FunkyTown Grooves) has a couple of nice remixes that I like better than the more house-y version on DIANA EXTENDED.

Experience is a great ballad and the remix is also quite good. More and More is a very good piano ballad and Diana sings it very, very well.

"Crime of Passion" is another great uptempo number that I like a lot, but it, too, suffers from hard-to-understand lyrics. But again, it doesn’t matter because Diana sings it and it’s arranged in a way that you get plenty of meaning regardless of the words she’s singing. Having originally bought this on LP, I always wished lyrics had been printed on the LP sleeve. Today, I can look them up on the internet. In fact, it wasn’t until after I bought the extended version on CD that I had a clue as to some of the words in “Eaten Alive” and “Crimes of Passion."

“Don’t Give Up on Each Other” closes the original album as I recall, and it is a great song, and it benefits from a dramatic, heart-felt delivery from Diana.

Over the years, I have listened to this album from start to finish many times, and I still enjoy it. The bonus material is great fun, and if you are a Ross fan, a Jackson fan, or a Gibb fan (it is as much a Gibb album in many ways as it is a Ross album), I find it hard to believe that you will not enjoy this album.

Reading over my review, I want to make it clear that the majority of the lyrics here are understandable, but there are some head-scratchers. They have never detracted from my considerable enjoyment of this album.

As casual Diana Ross fan (I grew up hearing the Supremes on the radio, and other than her solo hits, I never really followed her music) until “Upside Down,” this was the first entire Ross album I ever bought. I have since then purchased some of her other albums, and own all of the RCA 80s albums—this is by far my favorite. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED! By Mr. Emory

great vocals

Great vocals on the “Eaten Alive” track with Diana Ross and Michael Jackson. By JHG....





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