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Latest revision as of 15:32, 9 August 2020

1985: Wearetheworld album.jpg We Are The World All Compilations All Prince Albums 1996: Girl6 album.jpg Girl 6
Bright Lights, Big City

Bright Lights, Big City album artwork

Album details


Released: 8 March 1988
Length: 48:01
Label(s): Warner Bros.
Studio(s): Sunset Sound, Hollywood, CA, USA

Charts, Certifications & Awards


Charts
America
Country: Chart Entry Date Peak Position Weeks in Chart
USA: Billboard Top Pop Albums 2 Apr. 1988 67 11
Certifications
This album has not received any certifications in the USA
Awards
This album has not received any awards in the USA

Singles released


  • None (although some of the songs had been previously released as singles prior to their use on the album).

See also


Crystal Ball
(album)
  
Crystalball album.png
Bright Lights, Big City is the soundtrack album to the 1988 Warner Bros. movie Bright Lights, Big City starring Michael J. Fox and Kiefer Sutherland, containing the song Good Love, by Prince.

Ten years later, the song was made available in a slightly altered edit on Prince's 20th album Crystal Ball (his fourth using the name SymbolSmallerBlue.png), but the version included on this soundtrack is unique to this release.

The album reached number 67 on the US Billboard Top Pop Albums Chart.



Track listing
CD LP

The compact disc version is the original issue.
Details given for Prince-related tracks only:

  1. Good Love - Prince (5:11)1
  2. True Faith - New Order
  3. Divine Emotions - Narada
  4. Kiss And Tell - Bryan Ferry
  5. Pleasure, Little Treasure (Glitter Mix) - Depeche Mode
  6. Century's End - Donald Fagen
  7. Obsessed - The Noise Club
  8. Love Attack - Konk
  9. Ice Cream Days - Jennifer Hall
  10. Pump Up The Volume - M/A/R/R/S

The vinyl long play format was release at same time as the CD.

  • Side 1:
  1. Good Love - Prince (5:11)1
  2. True Faith - New Order
  3. Divine Emotions - Narada
  4. Kiss And Tell - Bryan Ferry
  5. Pleasure, Little Treasure (Glitter Mix) - Depeche Mode
  • Side 2:
  1. Century's End - Donald Fagen
  2. Obsessed - The Noise Club
  3. Love Attack - Konk
  4. Ice Cream Days - Jennifer Hall
  5. Pump Up The Volume - M/A/R/R/S


1 Written by Prince



Personnel
Musicians


Production


Thanks
  • none.



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

This section is under construction

Variants, Special Editions and Reissues
Country Format Cat. Number Comments Front Back Label 1 Label 2

This section is under construction

 
Additional Information

Promotion (at time of release) Trivia


References
Wearetheworld album.jpg 1985
We Are The World
All Compilations All Prince Albums 1996
Girl 6
Girl6 album.jpg