|The Chocolate Invasion is an unreleased 7CD set album by Prince announced on the NPG Music Club on 15 October 2003. The seven discs included in the set were promoted as The Chocolate Invasion: NPGMC Trax Vol. 1, The Slaughterhouse: NPGMC Trax Vol. 2, C-Note (all compilation albums of mostly previously-released NPG Music Club tracks), Album: One Nite Alone..., The War (both previously released), Xpectation (previously available as a download) and The Glam Slam Club Mix (previously included as the main content on NPG Ahdio Show # 11). The set was announced with a flash file containing a clip of the track Judas Smile, from which the set's name was taken. The packaging was shown as a round pleather CD carrying case with The Chocolate Invasion embossed on the front. No release date was given.
On 13 November 2003, the NPG Music Club announced "The Chocolate Invasion is put on hold 4 now, indefinitely. There was a problem with the manufacturing and until the bug is worked out, we'd rather not have u wondering when ur home would b invaded. As soon as we have any new info 2 report, u will b notified immediately. The members of the NPGMC deserve the best, thank u 4 ur patience." The website streamed the previously-unreleased track What Do U Want Me 2 Do? as "a little something 2 chill 2" at the same time as the announcement to make up for the delay. The project was never officially canceled, although all of the previously-unreleased compilations, other than The Glam Slam Club Mix, were instead released for download when the NPG Music Club Musicology Download Store opened on 29 March 2004.
Full details of each disc are offered on their respective pages. Only the CD titles and tracks are listed below.