Many forget that Donna Summer's 1979 "Bad Girls" album earned five Grammy Award nominations, including album of the year.

Many forget that Donna Summer's 1979 "Bad Girls" album earned five Grammy Award nominations, including album of the year. It is fitting then that the diva's epic set, primarily produced by Giorgio Moroder and Pete Bellotte, receives Universal's Deluxe Edition treatment. The two-CD reissue includes the remastered double-album on disc one, with the second CD housing extended 12-inch mixes. Hardcore fans may gripe that most of the remixes were previously issued on the artist's 1987 album "The Dance Collection." Those fans will be thrilled, however, by the inclusion of the demo version of the "Bad Girls" single, as well as 12-inch versions of such non-"Bad Girls" tracks as "No More Tears (Enough Is Enough)" and "I Feel Love."—KC

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