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5.0 out of 5 stars
One Of Musics Biggest Legends at her Best, 24 July 2003
After so many Greatest hits, its hard to believe that this one is better than all the others but what else could this compilation be other than brilliance. This includes her memorable work with the Supremes such as the brilliant UK #1 "Baby Love", the unforgetable "Where Did Our Love Go" and of course the masterpiece "You Can't Hurry Love". The Supremes were amazing to the last drop but I cherish the music of Diana's solo career such as the wonderful "Why Do Fools Fall in Love" or the catchy and upbeat sounds of "Upside Down" and I will also put in a good word for "I'm Coming Out", "Work That Body" and "Aint No Mountain High Enough". It's not only some brilliant dance numbers but the ballads are true classics with Miss Ross, Diana's duet with Lionel Richie "Endless Love" is my personal favourite duet and I've heard plenty, and you should try other ballads such as "Touch Me in The Morning" and the moving "When You Tell Me That You Love Me". With any album there are some less striking tracks such as "I'm Gonna Make You Love Me" which is spoiled by the awful voice of the Temptation's lead singer. My favourite song on this album is "Chain Reaction", a wonderful and unforgetable song that was written by disco legends the Bee Gee's. I hope this review has helped you as I certainly did not regret purchasing this album and I hope you won't either.