Eaten Alive is an album by American singer Diana Rossreleased in Primarily written and produced by Barry Gibb of the Bee Geesthe album also includes a contribution from Michael Jackson who co-wrote and performed on the title track. I Believe In You - Bob Dylan - Slow Train Coming includes her international hit single " Chain Reaction ", which topped the charts in the UK and Australia.
The album was primarily conceived by Barry Gibb, who had co-written and co-produced successful albums for Barbra StreisandDionne Warwickand Kenny Rogers earlier that decade. Most of the tracks were co-written by Gibb and at least one of his other siblings, though some were written by all members of the Bee Gees. Videos were made for each of the three singles, with the title track being done in the style of the film The Island of Dr.
The video for Drug Train - The Cramps - Bad Music For Bad People Chain Reaction " paid homage to American Bandstand-type shows of the s.
Due to the success of "Chain Reaction", the album would reach the Top 20 in many European territories. Barry Gibb accompanied Ross in the background on most of the tracks with Jackson also performing on "Eaten Alive".
Despite perceptions, the title single, "Eaten Alive" hit the Top 20 in Eaten Alive (Extended Remix) - Diana Ross - Eaten Alive European territories including Italy where it reached 10, Sweden 14 and Switzerland It Eaten Alive (Extended Remix) - Diana Ross - Eaten Alive peaked at 3 on the Billboard Dance Charts.
The album was remastered and re-released on September 29, by Funky Town Grooves, with bonus material on a second CD. The album contained most of the songs except for the title track and "Chain Reaction". In August all of the Barry Gibb demos reappeared on iTunes shortly after the opening of the download store on his official website where many of the same tracks were available. Another demo of the title track by Michael Jackson is known to have been recorded, but, to this date, has not yet surfaced.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article is about the Diana Ross album. For other uses, see Eaten alive.
Diana Ross. Main article: The Eaten Alive Demos. Retrieved Archived from the original on 10 September Retrieved 10 September Discography Awards and nominations. Jazz and Blues Christmas in Vienna Return to Love Tour Book Category. Bee Gees. Melody Saturday Night Fever. Here at Last Bee Gees Live One Night Only.
U.G.M.N. / Ultra Great Miso Natto - Uchihashi Kazuhisa, Yoshida Tatsuya* - Hercules Icy Club, Moonraisers - Legacy, Ring Mod Jam - Nels Cline & Henry Kaiser - The Art Of The Stompbox (DVD), Poissons Dor - Debussy*, Martino Tirimo - Images / Childrens Corner Suite
7 thoughts on “ Eaten Alive (Extended Remix) - Diana Ross - Eaten Alive ”
I bought the 12" singles to "Eaten Alive" and "Chain Reaction" as a loyal Ross fan. But, it wasn't until years later, when I purchased "Diana Ross: The RCA Years", that I was exposed to "Experience" and "I Love Being In Love With You". But even those were just a taste of this great work.4/5(47).
Eaten Alive (Hot Extended Dance Mix Instrumental) The Remix Album. Diana Ross. $ Sings Songs From The Wiz. Diana Ross. I Love You is the twenty-third studio album by American recording artist Diana Ross. It was released in Europe in late and in the United States in It was Ross's first studio album since Every Day Is a /5(4).
Listen free to Diana Ross – Eaten Alive (Eaten Alive (Extended Remix), Eaten Alive (Edited Remix) and more). 3 tracks (). Eaten Alive is a album by Diana Ross. It includes her international hit single "Chain Reaction".
View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Eaten Alive on Discogs. Label: Capitol Records - 1A K 6,Capitol Records - K 20 6 • Format: Vinyl 12 Diana Ross - Eaten Alive (, Vinyl) | Discogs/5(20).
Eaten Alive is an album by American singer Diana Ross, released in Primarily written and produced by Barry Gibb of the Bee Gees, the album also includes a contribution from Michael Jackson who co-wrote and performed on the title track.
Eaten Alive (song) " Eaten Alive " is a single released by American entertainer Diana Ross on the RCA label. It was the first release off her Eaten Alive album, which was ultimately a critical and commercial failure in the states, but, did reach Top Top 20 rankings in a few European countries like Norway and The Netherlands.
View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Eaten Alive on Discogs. Label: Pathé Marconi Emi - • Format: Vinyl 12 Diana Ross - Eaten Alive (, Vinyl) | Discogs.