Outrageous is the first remix album by American singer-actress Cher, released on August 1989 by PolyGram. It was released initially in North America, and released the subsequent years in some European countries.
Outrageous was released in August 1989. The CD contains remixes of all songs from the original album Prisoner. These remixes sometimes, are combined with songs from Cher albums "All I Really Want to Do", "The Sonny Side of Chèr" and "Chér". This compilation most prominently features Cher's 1965 hit debut single, "All I Really Want to Do". The rest of the album features Cher's overlooked and underrated hit singles from the 1960s. Among those overlooked hits are: "Where Do You Go", "Sunny" and "I Go to Sleep". Through the years these remixes have been re-released on various compilations, the titles differ from "Holdin' Out For Love" to "Lift Me Up, Sonny", "Boys and Girls" and many others.