Riding the fantastic career resurgence with the multiple-platinum, " The Force Behind the Power". That album spawned 5 hit singles including the #1 "When You Tell Me You Love Me". This greatest hits compilation includes 3 of the hits from that album along with 2 new smashes, "The Best Years of My Life" and "Your Love". The success of this album was undeniable globally. It was the #1 holiday week album holding down the summit spot the weeks of Christmas and New Year's. It was a coveted accomplishment because within those two weeks alone, the album sold tonnage. It was certified Quintuple Platinum in the U.K., gold and/or platinum in Ireland, France, Italy, Germany, Australia, Singapore and Japan.
The singles recorded for this album also had strong music videos to help promotion. Diana appeared on Top of the Pops for the chart dominance of both new singles. The success was so monumental that it allowed her to tour some 30 markets in the U.K.
alone. The "Always is Forever" tour celebrated her 30th Anniversary in show business. There was a wonderful television special she filmed from Holland that was a ratings winner. In that special, she performed songs that she hadn't done in years like "Love Child" and "The Boss". The audience reception was so great that she began to add those songs back into her repertoire. She also performed remixes versions of the songs extracted from her "Diana Extended" album that was all part of her special projects around her 30th Anniversary.
With 30 years under her belt by this release, consumers already had several greatest hits options. However, "One Woman" reflected songs from all areas of her career. It was one of the best selling albums of 1993, deservedly so. The marketing campaign for this release also won several advertising awards. It marked a fantastic 6 year resurgence from the end of 1990 with the duet with Al B. Sure into her 1996 "Voice of Love" album and tour.