House of Love (RuPaul song)

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"House of Love"
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Single by RuPaul
from the album Supermodel of the World
Released 1993
Format CD and 12" vinyl
Genre Dance
Length 3:31
Label Tommy Boy Records
Songwriter(s) RuPaul, Jimmy Harry
RuPaul singles chronology
"A Shade Shady (Now Prance)"
(1993)
"House of Love"
(1993)
"Everybody Dance"
(1993)
"A Shade Shady (Now Prance)"
(1993)
"House of Love"
(1993)
"Everybody Dance"
(1993)

"House of Love" is a song by RuPaul, released as his third major-label single, and fifth single overall.

The song did not chart in the US as it was previously released as a Double A-Side to the 1992 single "Supermodel (You Better Work)". It did however reach the Top 40 in the UK.

Versions[edit]

The "Supermodel (You Better Work)" CD single featured three versions of "House of Love".

  1. "House of Love" (7" Radio version)
  2. "House of Love" (12" version)
  3. "House of Love" (Dub)

These tracks were the last three tracks on the CD single.

UK Maxi CD Single

  1. "House Of Love" (Radio Edit)
  2. "House Of Love" (T-Empo's Kitsch Bitch Club Mix)
  3. "House Of Love" (T-Empo's Kitsch Dub)
  4. "House Of Love" (Eric Kupper 12" Mix)
  5. "House Of Love" (Diss Dub Mix)

The single was released in various formats, though the most common was a UK CD single. The song itself is typical of early 1990s' house music; the theme of the song expounds on RuPaul's early persona of the "drag queen with a heart of gold". It is an anthem about welcoming all different types of people into your heart.

Chart performance[edit]

Chart (1993) Peak
position
UK Singles (Official Charts Company)[1] 40

References[edit]