"One Woman: The Video Collection" hit the #1 position around the same time the CD/LP/Cassette hit the top of the chart during the lucrative holiday season 1993! While it is exciting to have nearly all of her videos from the make-shift smash duo from "diana" to "Why Do Fools Fall in Love" through her wildly successful 5 music videos from "The Force Behind the Power" all together, the quality of the resolution is less than impressive. This is possibly due to the masters being owned by EMI UK and RCA in the states. Diana's success in the U.K. often meant that EMI UK commissioned additional videos as far back as "Why Do Fools Fall in Love". On that 1981 label debut, "Work that Body" became a bigger international hit than in the states. "Work that Body" hit the Top 5 in Europe. Diana produced a rather simple, but, effective video of her essentially exercising. The additional or different singles phenomenon would be prevalent on "Eaten Alive", with its trilogy of excellent videos, "Red Hot Rhythm and Blues" where the Emmy-nominated television special drove the album with additional tracks/videos for "Tell Mama" and "Land of 1,000 Dances". "Workin' Overtime" also had a television special that was filmed from sold-out dates at Wembley in London. "The Force Behind the Power" was possibly the most dynamic with no less than 8 different singles released across a multitude of countries. The lead single, "When You Tell Me You Love Me" was a global smash. But then singles began to go uniquely to different territories. "Battlefield" was a hit in The Netherlands and the video was culled from the "Here and Now" tour. The title track was huge on BET in the states, as well as, the now defunct Video Jukebox. "The Force Behind the Power" single created the most expensive and celebrated video. "One Shining Moment" was shot in the U.K. as a high fashion video driving the single into the Top 10. "You're Gonna Love It" was made from a conglomeration of some her most famous video shots and somehow worked well. "If We Hold On Together" spawned 3 music videos all underwritten by Dreamworks since it was the them song from the Spielberg animated smash "The Land Before Time". More than two years later, she closed out that project with an in studio video for "Heart ( Don't Change My Mind), the final hit from "The Force Behind the Power". As wonderful as it is to have all of these on one video album, the resolution and sound is wildly disparaging.....a negative of being signed to different labels internationally and domestically. "One Woman: The Video Collection" was released internationally only. Of course, the album was a #1 international success that Motown wouldn't get around to releasing until late 1994-95. But, at the end of the day, it sold well....eventually made it to DVD.