Diana Ross is one of the true female superstars in the history of pop. She could be criticized for not writing her own material, but no one ever does. 'No one gets the prize' was the second single taken from her 1979 album 'The Boss', released as a single after the title track. Both were actually written by Ashford and Simpson (the duo that would become famous in the Eighties with their own hit single 'Solid').
'No one gets the prize' was almost a prophetic title: the single didn't become a hit. It only charted in the UK, where it peaked at number 59.
My collection: 7" single no. 5690 Found: Kringloop, Den Haag, January 3, 2015 Cost: 0,25 euro Tracks: 'No one gets the prize' / 'Never say I don't love you'