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|introduction          = <b>Sexuality</b> was the second single to be released from [[Prince]]'s fourth album [[Album: Controversy|Controversy]].  
 
|introduction          = <b>Sexuality</b> was the second single to be released from [[Prince]]'s fourth album [[Album: Controversy|Controversy]].  
  
The single was released in West Germany, Japan and Australia only, four weeks before the album on these territories ([[Album: Controversy|Controversy]] was released two days before in the USA on [[Prince_Vault:Selected_anniversaries/October_14|14 October 1981]] and a month later in other countries).  
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The single was released in West Germany, Japan and Australia only, in mid October, around the time the album was released in the USA (on [[Prince_Vault:Selected_anniversaries/October_14|14 October 1981]]). In the rest of the world the album was not released until four weeks later.  
  
 
The album version of the title track was used as the A-side. The B-side, [[Controversy]], was also taken from the album.
 
The album version of the title track was used as the A-side. The B-side, [[Controversy]], was also taken from the album.

Revision as of 06:48, 30 June 2020

Controversy single 60px.JPG 1981: Controversy All Singles All Related Artists Singles 1982: Let's Work Letswork single.jpg
Sexuality

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Single details


Released: 16 October 1981 (7" release)
Related album: Controversy
Label(s): Warner Bros.
Non-Album track(s):

None

Charts, Certifications & Awards


Charts
This single has not charted in Germany
Certifications
This single has not received any certifications in Germany
Awards
This single has not received any awards in Germany

See also


 Sexuality
(music video)
  
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Sexuality was the second single to be released from Prince's fourth album Controversy.

The single was released in West Germany, Japan and Australia only, in mid October, around the time the album was released in the USA (on 14 October 1981). In the rest of the world the album was not released until four weeks later.

The album version of the title track was used as the A-side. The B-side, Controversy, was also taken from the album.

The single failed to enter the charts in any of the territories it was released in.


Track listing
7" 12"

A. Sexuality (4:20)
B. Controversy (Edit) (3:35)

References:
DE: WB 17869
JP: P-1619

A. Sexuality (4:20)
B. I Wanna Be Your Lover (5:47)

References:
AU: MX205217-8

A. Sexuality (4:20)
B. Controversy (7:14)

References:
DE: WB 26197

  • See individual tracks and related albums for credits.

Other Formats
7" Promo 12" Promo
  • (JAP: P-1619 / DE: WB 17 869)

A. Sexuality (4:20)
B. Controversy (Edit) (3:35)

  • (DE: WB 26197)

A. Sexuality (4:20)
B. Controversy (7:14)

Others
  • This record wasn't released in any other format (cassette, CD, digital).

Releases
7", 12", CD, Cassettes and Other versions
Country Format Cat. Number Comments Front Back Label 1 Label 2

Germany 7" WB 17869
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Variants, Special Editions and Reissues
Country Format Cat. Number Comments Front Back Label 1 Label 2

None

 

 

 
Additional Information

Promotion (at time of release) Triva


References
Controversy single 60px.JPG 1981
Controversy
All Singles All Related Artists Singles 1982
Let's Work
Letswork single.jpg