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be warned

Donna Summer was a great artist with lots of great songs. But this is NOT the best collection. Some of her biggest hits like Hot Stuff and Bad Girls are cut even shorter than the radio versions on this album, all to make room for a 13 minute rendition of No More Tears and two versions of On The Radio. Makes no sense. Other compilations like Endless Summer and Donna Summer Gold are much better than this one....all her big hits are on those WITHOUT being cut.

Just a note

I read the reviews for this album. I own an original vinyl copy of this. A note to Frank963: The reason that many songs are cut short is not to make room for the track No More Tears (Enough Is Enough). In the days of vinyl, records could only hold about 15 minutes of music on each side without losing quality of the music. The reason Hot Stuff and Bad Girls are shorter here is because the record side those two were on had a total of 5 songs on it including those. There is almost 20 minutes of music on that side, so obviously they could not fit the full songs on there. No More Tears (Enoug Is Enough) is an almost 12 minute song, and was one of only 2 songs on that side of the second disc (It was a double album, like the Bad Girls album before it). MacArthur Park was similarly shortened (it featured on the side containing Bad Girls and Hot Stuff). Don't blame iTunes or the producers of this album for cutting the length of songs down. They were doing the best they could with the equipment available in 1979 (37 years before this post was made). CDs had not even been created by that time, and the Internet was in its early stages. If you're gonna take the time to criticise something, take some time to do some research on it before you criticise.

I'm done with my rant there. I personally love this collection, and honestly love the edits, despite them being shorter than originally made. I own physical vinyl copies of many songs and albums featured on here, and can listen to those if I want the full versions. It's also on YouTube if you want to listen to them in full.

My album lives on!

I was so unsure when I purchased this from iTunes whether the crossfades would be like they were on the album because for me in 1979, that was groundbreaking and I fell as much in love with the crossfades as I did the songs themselves. I love this album and am thrilled to be able to hear it all again! If you had the album, buy it here because it's a perfect compilation and a great tribute to the queen of disco. RIP Donna Summer.


Born: December 31, 1948 in Boston, MA

Genre: R&B/Soul

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Donna Summer's title as the "Queen of Disco" wasn't mere hype. Like many of her contemporaries, she was a talented vocalist trained as a powerful gospel belter, but she set herself apart with her songwriting ability, magnetic stage presence, and shrewd choice of studio collaborators, all of which resulted in sustained success. During the '70s alone, she topped the Billboard club chart 11 times with high-quality, often-high concept material that included the rapturous "Love to Love You Baby," the...
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