Prisoner of Love (Miami Sound Machine song)

"Prisoner of Love"
B-side "Toda Tuya (Toda Dia Eva Dia De Indio)"
Released September 1984 (Europe)
Format Vinyl 7" Single
Vinyl 12" Maxi-Single
Recorded 1983-1984
Genre Dance-pop
Length 3:55
Label Epic
Miami Sound Machine singles chronology

"Dr. Beat"
"Prisoner of Love"
"I Need a Man"

Eyes of Innocence track listing
"Dr. Beat"
"Prisoner of Love"

"Prisoner of Love" was the second single released by the American band Miami Sound Machine on their first English language album, and eighth overall, Eyes of Innocence.

Song history

The single was released worldwide following the release of the album with great expectations. The lead single, "Dr. Beat" had moderate success, and performed especially well on the dance charts. "Prisoner of Love" was unable to follow the success, debuting on the UK Singles Chart at only #98 and failing to chart elsewhere. The single was only released in Europe. In the United States, "I Need a Man" was released as the second single.

Formats and track listings

Europe Vinyl 12" Maxi-Single (A 12.4800)

  1. "Prisoner of Love" (Extended Remix)
  2. "Prisoner of Love" (Instrumental Version)
  3. "Toda Tuya (Toda Dia Eva Dia de Indio)" (Album Version)

Japan Vinyl 7" Single (07-5P-352)

  1. "Prisoner of Love" (Extended Remix)
  2. "Orange Express" (Album Version)


Chart (1984) Peak
UK Top Singles Chart[1] 98

Official versions

Original versions

  1. Album Version — 3:55
  2. Instrumental Version — 4:45


  1. Extended Remix — 6:36


External links

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