Description: MPEG-1 Audio Layer 3.
Bit rate: 320 kbps.
Sample rate: 44100 Hz joint stereo.
Tags: ID3V1 & ID3V2.
Source format: CD.
Number of tracks 12.
"The irony of a 37-year-old woman having a huge hit covering an anthem for a bunch of teenagers aside, Diana Ross enjoyed tremendous success with this early '80s album. It was her second platinum album of the 1980s and eventually did better than any other full album she issued in the decade, except for Diana (1980). It also started Ross on a run of youthful hits that would include "Work That Body," "Mirror, Mirror," and the ultimate vanity song, "Muscles."
"Why Do Fools Fall in Love" is a 1981 album released by American singer Diana Ross on the RCA label (EMI-Capitol in Europe). It was the first album she recorded without Motown Records, having left the label earlier that year to sign a $20 million dollar deal with RCA. The album was also the first to be produced by the singer, which became her second RIAA-certified platinum album after "diana" (1980). Among the hits included on the album are the title track (US #7, UK #4), the rock-flavored "Mirror Mirror" (US #8) and the '80s-aerobics-craze inspired, "Work That Body" (UK #5). A solo version of Ross' Lionel Richie duet, "Endless Love", is also featured.
Why Do Fools Fall In Love
01. Why Do Fools Fall In Love
02. Sweet Surrender
03. Mirror Mirror
04. Endless Love (Solo version)
05. It's Never Too Late
06. Think I'm In Love
07. Sweet Nothings
08. Two Can Make It
09. Work That Body
10. Mirror Mirror (7" version)
11. Work That Body (7" version)
12. Endless Love (Duet with Lionel Richie)