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Insatiable (Prince song)

"Insatiable"
US 12" promo
Single by Prince
from the album Diamonds and Pearls
B-side "I Love U in Me"
Released November 4, 1991
Format 7" single
Recorded Larrabee Studio, October 1990
Genre Soul, quiet storm
Length 7" edit: 4:01
Album: 6:37
Label Paisley Park/Warner Bros.
Writer(s) Prince
Producer(s) Prince
Prince singles chronology
"Cream"
(1991)
"Insatiable"
(1991)
"Diamonds and Pearls"
(1991)
Prince (UK) singles chronology
"Cream"
(1991)
... "Diamonds and Pearls"
(1991)

"Insatiable" is a song by Prince and The New Power Generation, from the 1991 album Diamonds and Pearls.[1] It is a slow, simmering ballad that often draws comparisons to 1989's "Scandalous!". The B-side was "I Love U in Me", which was originally the B-side to "The Arms of Orion". "Insatiable" was only released in the U.S. as a 7" single, a 12" promo was sent only to Urban radio stations, and the track was not released to Pop radio stations. It performed well on the R&B charts, reaching number 3, but did not break the top 40 on the U.S. charts. Its single sales were moderate, and it received heavy airplay on Urban and UAC radio stations, but it did not make the Hot 100 airplay (the R&B airplay charts did not appear until spring 1992).

Charts

Chart (1992) Peak
position
U.S. Billboard Hot 100 77
U.S. Billboard Hot R&B Songs 3

References

  1. ^ http://www.discogs.com/Prince-And-The-New-Power-Generation-Prince-Insatiable/release/1474407

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