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Dinner with Delores

"Dinner with Delores"
UK CD single
Single by Prince
from the album Chaos and Disorder
B-side "Had U"
"Right the Wrong"
Released June 12, 1996
Format Cassette single
CD single
Recorded South Beach Studios, April 1996
Genre Pop rock
Length 2:46
Label Warner Bros.
Writer(s) Prince
Producer(s) Prince
Prince singles chronology
"Gold"
(1995)
"Dinner with Delores" (Video only in US) (1996) "Betcha by Golly Wow!"
(1996)
Prince (UK) chronology
"Gold"
(1995)
"Dinner with Delores"
(1996)
"Betcha by Golly Wow!"
(1996)

"Dinner with Delores" is a song by Prince (his stage name at that time being an unpronounceable symbol, see cover art), the only single from his 1996 album Chaos and Disorder.[1] Although the single was not released in the United States, the promotional video was shown on music video channels there.

The CD single was backed with the short "Had U" and "Right the Wrong", Prince's first true experiment with country music. The cassette single omitted "Right the Wrong". Both tracks were also from Chaos and Disorder.

Charts

Chart (1996) Peak
position
UK Singles Chart 36

References

  1. ^ http://www.discogs.com/Artist-Formerly-Known-As-Prince-The-Dinner-With-Delores/release/1478578
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