The Chocolate Invasion

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The Chocolate Invasion
Studio album by Prince
Released March 29, 2004
Recorded 2000–2001
Genre Pop, funk, rock, dance, hip hop
Length 49:19
Label NPG
Producer Prince
Prince chronology
N.E.W.S
(2003)
The Chocolate Invasion
(2004)
The Slaughterhouse
(2004)

The Chocolate Invasion is the twenty-fifth studio album by Prince released only through his website, NPG Music Club.[1] All the tracks except "The Dance" were previously available on the same website in 2001, although some may have rearrangements in music and/or lyrics. "U Make My Sun Shine", a duet with Angie Stone, was released as a single in 2001. Three more tracks had a limited release as CD singles during Prince's 2001 "Hit'N'Run" Tour: "Supercute", "Underneath The Cream", and "Gamillah". The album's title comes from a line in "Judas Smile". "The Dance" was later re-recorded and included on the 2006 album, 3121. All the tracks except "Judas Smile" and "The Dance" were at one point included on the aborted album project High.[2]

Track listing[edit]

Track 9 credited to The New Power Generation.

  1. "When Eye Lay My Hands on U" - 3:45
  2. "Judas Smile" - 6:37
  3. "Supercute" - 4:17
  4. "Underneath the Cream" - 4:04
  5. "Sex Me? Sex Me Not" - 5:46
  6. "Vavoom" - 4:40
  7. "High" - 5:09
  8. "The Dance" - 4:45
  9. "Gamillah" - 3:13
  10. "U Make My Sun Shine" - 5:52

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Album: The Chocolate Invasion". Prince Vault. 2004-03-29. Retrieved 2012-02-09. 
  2. ^ "Welcome 2 DAWNATION". www.dawnation.com. Retrieved 2012-02-09.