Child of the Sun (album)
|Child of the Sun|
|Studio album by Mayte|
|Released||November 27, 1995|
|Recorded||Paisley Park Studios
Chanhassen, Minnesota, U.S.
|Producer||Prince, Kirk Johnson|
Child of the Sun is a pop/rock album by Mayte Garcia, released in 1995 in Europe, and the U.K./Great Britain. Though it was not formally released in the U.S.A.. It was produced by Prince when they were married, and released by NPG Records. The album was not very critically or commercially successful.
The album has a similar style to Prince's albums of the same period. The cover theme was "If I Love U 2 Nite".
Some songs on the album include:
- "House of Brick", a version of "Brick House" by the Commodores
- "However Much U Want", a duet with Prince
- "The Most Beautiful Boy in the World", a female version of the song "The Most Beautiful Girl in the World"
- A Spanish version of "If I Love U 2 Nite"
All songs written by Prince, except where indicated.
- "Children of the Sun"
- "In Your Gracious Name"
- "If I Love U 2 Nite"
- "The Rhythm of Your Heart"
- "Ain't No Place Like U"
- "House of Brick (Brick House)" (Featuring Prince) (Nelson, William King, Thomas McClary, Walter Orange, Lionel Richie, Milan Williams, Ronald LaPread)
- "Love's No Fun"
- "Baby Don't Care"
- "However Much U Want" (Duet With Prince)
- "Mo' Better"
- "If I Love You 2 Nite" (Spanish Version)
- "The Most Beautiful Boy In The World"
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