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Olivia Newton-John: Soul Kiss/Diana Ross: Eaten Alive

Davitt Sigerson, Rolling Stone, 13 February 1986

HERE WE HAVE two of the biz' primo canaries coming up with long-awaited (and, you can bet, carefully considered) albums and not exactly setting the charts on fire. Both Ross and Newton-John are selling themselves as hot-blooded pinups proudly past the innocent age (playing up your maturity is not only sound politics but also sound business, as Tina Turner proves). And both have come up with good-to-excellent records.

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