MTV Video Music Awards

Diana—Deluxe Edition

The now-classic, disco-fied, chart-topping "diana" arrived in the spring of 1980; it spawned two smash singles: "Upside Down" and "I'm Coming Out." What many may not realize is this: The released albu

The now-classic, disco-fied, chart-topping "diana" arrived in the spring of 1980; it spawned two smash singles: "Upside Down" and "I'm Coming Out." What many may not realize is this: The released album was in fact a "remix" of the groove-fortified album that producers Bernard Edwards and Nile Rodgers (of Chic) delivered to Motown. Apparently, Ross was not too thrilled with their version. So, enter longtime house engineer Russ Terrana, who remixed the entire album for mass consumption. Now, with this two-disc Deluxe Edition, fans can compare and contrast the two versions, as they both appear on disc one. Disc two, subtitled "Diana: Dance," is home to 13 dancefloor nuggets, encompassing 12-inch re-edits ("No One Gets the Prize"/"The Boss"), the rare (the 10-minute Disconet version of "Love Hangover") and the previously unreleased ("Fire Don't Burn"). By the way, Ms. Ross made the right decision with "diana."—MP