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Fuchsia Light #2Fuchsia Light is an unreleased track recorded on 15 April, 1988 at Paisley Park Studios, Chanhassen, MN, USA (on the same day as Love 89). The track was recorded for possible use on Tony LeMans' Paisley Park Records 1989 album Tony LeMans, and at some point between mid-1988 and early 1989, Tony LeMans recorded lead vocal overdubs, but the song was not included on the release; Prince is believed to have pulled the song after returning from the Lovesexy Tour upon discovering that LeMans was having an affair with Ingrid Chavez.
The song's theme of a colored light being used during the act of lovemaking was later used in Blue Light, but the tracks are otherwise unrelated. Prince also reused a phrase from the track, "monogamy and trust", in the b-side Sex, but this should not be considered a quote or reference to this song.
An American In Paris - 1989 OuttakeAmerican In Paris is an unreleased track recorded in late 1989 at Paisley Park Studios, Chanhassen, MN, USA. The track contains (non-lyrical) background vocals by engineers Michael Koppelman and Tom Garneau, marking their first musical performance on a Prince song. The song tells a story of a girl from New York who travels to Paris and meets a man (portrayed by Prince). They have a brief romance, and she then wants it to turn into marriage. He, however, already has a serious relationship, and ends the relationship by taking her to the top of the Eiffel Tower and running away while she has her eyes closed. The track is not known to have been intended for any particular project, and remains unreleased.
Lust U AlwaysLust U Always is an unreleased song recorded in 1982 at Prince's Kiowa Trail Home Studio, Chanhassen, MN, USA. The song paraphrases some lyrics from Annie Ross's song Twisted (notably covered by Joni Mitchell, and later played a few times on the One Nite Alone... Tour), but thematically fits in well with much of his 1981-2 material, concerning the narrator's uncontrollable lust for a woman.
It is not known if the song was intended for Prince's next album 1999 or any other project. It was submitted for copyright five years after its recording, on 14 December, 1987, and Prince offered it to English singer-songwriter Robert Palmer soon after, but he turned the song down.
During Prince: A Celebration in June, 2000, computer screens at Paisley Park Studios offered names of a selection of tracks which users could vote on for inclusion on Crystal Ball Volume II, and while Lust U Always was chosen by fans, the project was ultimately abandoned.