|PRO-A-2546||Mazarati||Stroke (12", Promo)||Paisley Park||PRO-A-2546||US||1986|
|7-28606||Mazarati||Stroke (7", Promo)||Paisley Park||7-28606||US||1986|
Lovely lady I wanted you to be mine Well, woke up this morning My body felt bad inside Well, you’re legs so sexy Your manner – you’re cool and so fine Well, this trance has got me going out of my mind. Oh baby, listen I’ll never beat you I’m not that kind of guy I’ll only miss you ‘Cause you’re so fine. The system loves you Girl, you know why You owe them money ‘Cause you called them a thousand times.
Mazarati was an American R&B band formed in the mid-1980s by former Prince and The Revolution bassist Brownmark. Originally hailing from Minneapolis, they are now defunct as a group. The band's sole hit was a song called "100 MPH", which was written and co-produced by Prince. The band is notable for some of the songs that they did not release. They were originally given the song "Kiss" by Prince in demo form, with melody, lyrics and basic song structure
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Stroke" from the Paisley Park album MAZARATI (1-25368). Other Versions (2 of 2) View All. Cat.
Mazarati is the first studio album by Mazarati (their only album on Paisley Park Records), and was released in March 1986. One of the tracks, 100 MPH was written and recorded by Prince. He also re-wrote Brown Mark's lyrics for two other songs, Strawberry Lover and I Guess It's All Over. Another track considered for Mazarati, an instrumental named Mazarati, later renamed Susannah's Pajamas, was released by The Family in 1985. The album produced three singles, Players' Ball, 100 MPH and Stroke, but the album reached only number 133 on the Billboard Top Pop Albums Chart and 49 on the Billboard Top Black Albums Chart.
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