|S 92 9503-7, 92 9503-7||Prince||Delirious (7", Single, Promo)||Warner Bros. Records, Warner Bros. Records||S 92 9503-7, 92 9503-7||Spain||1983|
|7-29503||Prince||Delirious (7", Single, Mono, Promo, Styrene, ARC)||Warner Bros. Records||7-29503||US||1983|
|92 95037||Prince||Delirious (7", Single)||Warner Bros. Records||92 95037||Canada||1983|
|92 9503-7, S 92 9503-7||Prince||Delirious (7", Single)||Warner Bros. Records, Warner Bros. Records||92 9503-7, S 92 9503-7||Spain||1983|
|9 29503-7, 7-29503||Prince||Delirious (7", Single, Jac)||Warner Bros. Records, Warner Bros. Records||9 29503-7, 7-29503||US||1983|
- Producer, Arranged By, Composed By, Performer – Prince
12 panel poster fold sleeve:
One side (8 panels) is a full size pin-up with prince lying on the bed and with a watercolors paint box and sketchpad.
The other side (4 panels) is a calendar for the years 1982 and 1999
[1982 refers to the year of album-release and 1999 refers to the album and song which share the same name '1999']
The last two panels provide the cover of the release:
From the Warner Bros. two-record set 1999 available on LP (1-23720) and cassette (4-23720)
© 1983 Warner Bros. Records Inc. ℗ 1982, 1983 Warner Bros. Records Inc. for the US and WEA International Inc for the world outside of the US.
Made in U.S.A. 9 29503-7
[the asterisk refer to 'Delirious']
Controversy Music ASCAP
Side A, label:
From the Warner Bros. two-record set 1999 (1-23720)
[The printed track duration is erroneously given for the album version (3:56) but it's actually the 2:35 edit]
℗ 1982 Warner Bros. Records Inc. for the U.S.
Side B, label:
℗ 1982 Warner Bros. Records Inc. for the U.S.
Delirious (SRC pressing) [this release]
Delirious (ARC pressing)
- Matrix / Runout (Side A, label): ACA 1898S
- Matrix / Runout (Side B, label): BMN 0037S
- Matrix / Runout (Side A, runout, etched): 7-29503-ACA-1898-S-SR1 [SRC logo]
- Matrix / Runout (Side B, runout, etched): 7-29503-BMN-0037-S-SR1 [SRC logo]
- Pressing Plant ID (Runouts, stamped): [SRC logo]
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Warner Bros. Records Inc.
- Published By – Controversy Music
- Pressed By – Specialty Records Corporation
Delirious is a song by American musician Prince, from his 1982 album, 1999. It was the album's third single, and Prince's second Top 10 hit, reaching No. 8 in the US during the fall of 1983. The success of the single was boosted by the runaway success of the previous single, Little Red Corvette, and also because DJs often played the first three album tracks in sequence, which just happened to be the order of the singles released from the album. Текст песни: I get delirious whenever youre near Lose all self-control, baby just cant steer Wheels get locked in place Stupid look on my anticipation of the Prince Estate's release of 1999 DELUXE on 29th November, throughout this month we will be slowly re-releasing our 2015 2-part the video for Delirious from Prince's The Hits 2 for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. I get delirious whenever you're near lose all self-control, baby just can't steer wheels get locked in place stupid look on my face It comes 2 makin'Watch the video for Delirious from Prince's The Hits 2 for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. I get delirious whenever you're near lose all self-control, baby just can't steer wheels get locked in place stupid look on my face It comes 2 makin' View full lyrics. Similar Tracks. Let's Pretend We're Married. Play track. Because I get delirious Delirious Delirious. I get delirious when you hold my hand Body gets so weak I can hardly stand My temperature's running hot Baby you got to stop Because if you don't, I'm going to explode And girl I got a lot. Because I get delirious, yeah Delirious Delirious. Delirious was released as the fourth single off of Princes 1983 album 1999. The electric, fast-paced, rock n' roll infused tune sees Prince crushing on a girl that he cant handle. Delirious Track Info. Written By Prince. Backing Vocals Lisa Coleman. Release Date August 17, 1983. All formats Album CD CD Album CD Single CD Maxi Vinyl records LP 7 inchs 7 inchs SP 7 inchs EP 12 inchs 78 rpm 10 inchs DVD VHS Cassette Clothing T-Shirt Others. Featured items. PRINCE DELIRIOUS. 68 results found. Filters : Items on sale Mint Sellers Professional sellers Private sellers. Delirious is a song from Prince's 1982 album, 1999. It was the album's third single, and Prince's second top-10 hit, reaching 8 in the U. during the fall of 1983. The fourth single off Prince's 1987 album, Sign the Times,I Could Never Take The Place of Your Man is a top 10 hit about a one night stand that never gets off the ground. I Would Die 4 U. The fourth single off the smash hit album, Purple Rain,I Would Die 4 U is a driving, jolty track about professing your love to a flawed person, despite their flaws. Its lyrics also delve into the complexities of gender identity that were so often center stage at Prince's performances. The third hit single from 1999, Delirious is an uptempo story about a beautiful woman's incapacitating charms. Pop Life. Prince - Delirious. 140 BPM Key G You Tube: Fyms8opV8LQ. G C G D7 G G7 G. G I get delirious whenever you're near C G I lose all self-control, baby just can't steer D7 Wheels get locked in place. C7 I get a stupid look on my face. G Coz when it comes to makin' a pass, pretty mama G7 I just can't win a race. G I get delirious when you hold my hand C G My body gets so weak I can hardly stand D7 My temperature's runnin' hot C7 Baby you got to stop. G 'Cause if you don't I'm gonna explode G7 And girl I got a lot. G I get delirious, yeah C Delirious D7 Delirious. Every Prince Album, Ranked. We sorted through every release from one of the most brilliant, and prolific, musicians of all time. By John Wenzel. This album stings because 1999 should have been the year of Prince, given how much he owned the turn-of-the-millennium in song. Instead, Rave landed like a wounded bird, trying its best to look composed and alert while folding an injured wing under its body. Princes glam-bohemian aesthetic sounds as impotent as the curly-fry guitars and tinny beats throughout these 18 tracks, even if hip-hop and alt-rock diehards may be interested in the collaborations with Chuck D, Gwen Stefani, Eve, and Ani DiFranco. 26 HITnRUN Phase Two 2015