Let Love Rule (song)

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"Let Love Rule"
Single by Lenny Kravitz
from the album Let Love Rule
Released July 23, 1989
Format CD single,
Maxi single
Recorded 1988
Genre Neo psychedelia, funk rock
Length 5:42 (album version/12")
3:42 (7" edit)
Label Virgin Records America
Writer(s) Lenny Kravitz
Producer(s) Lenny Kravitz
Lenny Kravitz singles chronology
"Spirit of the Forest"
(1989)
"Let Love Rule"
(1989)
"I Build This Garden For Us"
(1990)

"Let Love Rule" is the 1989 debut single by Lenny Kravitz and appeared on his debut album Let Love Rule (1989). The song charted at #23 on the Mainstream Rock Tracks charts, and #5 on the US Modern Rock charts. Then-wife Lisa Bonet appears in the video for the single.

In April 2009, a remix of the song by the French dance duo Justice was released[1] to help promote the 20th anniversary deluxe edition of the album.

The song is available as a download for Rock Band and Guitar Hero 5.

Track listings[edit]

CD / 12"
  1. Let Love Rule - 5:42
  2. Empty Hands - 4:42
  3. Blues For Sister Someone - 3:00
  4. Flower Child - 2:56
7"
  • A. Let Love Rule
  • B. Empty Hands
Limited Edition 10"
  • A.Let Love Rule - 5:39
  • B1. If Six Were Nine - 6:44
  • B2. My Precious Love - 7:08

Members[edit]



References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.kanyeuniversecity.com/blog/index.php?em3106=229797_-1__0_~0_-1_4_2009_0_0&eM=