I got this as a gift recently. I had all the tracks, but only because I did some digging...and spending...that I wouldn't have had to do if I'd seen this first. Except for "Love Hangover", "Upside Down", and "I'm Coming Out", these are all RCA tracks. Four of them are hits that "The RCA Years" CD annoyingly failed to include. These are "Work That Body", a #44 aerobisingle from 1982; "Pieces of Ice", the only Top 40 hit from 1983's "Ross"; "All of You", a duet with Julio Iglesias from 1984; and the title track from 1985's "Eaten Alive", which only got to #77 despite contributions from Barry Gibb and Michael Jackson.
I had "Work That Body" on a UK comp called "Capitol Disco" (Ross was on Capitol there at the time; who knew?). I splurged for "Ross" and "Eaten Alive" and found "All of You" on Julio's "1100 Bel Air Place" CD. But it was still nice to have all these songs in one place.
Why not five stars? There is one RCA hit STILL missing; the #40 "So Close" from "Silk Electric". That CD is going for stupid money right now and needs to be reissued. (Its bigger hit, "Muscles", curiously written by MJ, is included here.) They also could have included "The Boss", Diana's biggest hit between "Hangover" and "Upside Down." But it's mainly my sour grapes over "So Close". Most people either don't remember that hit or can live without it, so pretend I gave this five stars and leave me to my curmudgeonliness.