Carmen Electra (album)

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Carmen Electra
Studio album by Carmen Electra
Released February 7, 1993
Recorded 1991–1992
Genre Hip hop, dance
Length 43:57
Label Paisley Park, Warner Bros.
Producer Prince
Singles from Carmen Electra
  1. "Go Go Dancer"
    Released: 18 June 1992
  2. "Everybody Get on Up"
    Released: 21 January 1993
  3. "Fantasia Erotica"
    Released: 5 August 1993
  4. "Fun"
    Released: 1998
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]

Carmen Electra is the self-titled debut album by Carmen Electra, released in 1993. The album was a project designed by Prince to promote Electra, his latest protégée at the time whom he was also dating, as a sexy female rapper. The album features music written by Prince with some input by band member Levi Seacer, Jr.. Lyrics were provided by Prince, along with Seacer, The New Power Generation rapper Tony M. and female rapper Monie Love. Four singles were released from the album: "Go-Go Dancer", "Everybody Get on Up", "Fantasia Erotica", and "Fun". The album was not well received and effectively ended Electra's recording career. In interviews, she has pointed out that during the time of the album's release, Prince was having problems with his label, which could have contributed to its failure.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Go Go Dancer"
  2. "Good Judy Girlfriend"
  3. "Go On (Witcha Bad Self)"
  4. "Step to the Mic"
  5. "S.T." (samples "Skin Tight" by Ohio Players)
  6. "Fantasia Erotica"
  7. "Everybody Get on Up" (samples "Get on Up" by The Esquires)
  8. "Segue"
  9. "Fun"
  10. "Just a Little Lovin'"
  11. "Segue"
  12. "All That"
  13. "Segue"
  14. "This Is My House"



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