- Released: March 1, 1996
- Originally Released: 1996
- Label: Warner Bros / WEA
Vibe - 6/96, p.140
"...Even if you've never cared about the former Artist Formerly Known As Prince, the soundtrack for GIRL 6 is a perfect dance-and-slow-jam introduction to his esteemed, sexy body of work."
- 1.She Spoke 2 Me - Prince
- 2.Pink Cashmere - Prince
- 3.Count The Days - New Power Generation
- 4.Girls & Boys - Prince & The Revolution
- 5.Screams Of Passion, The - The Family
- 6.Nasty Girl - Vanity 6
- 7.Erotic City - Prince & The Revolution
- 8.Hot Thing - Prince
- 9.Adore - Prince
- 10.Cross, The - Prince
- 11.How Come U Don't Call Me Anymore - Prince
- 12.Don't Talk 2 Strangers - Prince
- 13.Girl 6 - New Power Generation
Producers include: Prince, The New Power Generation, David Z., The Family, The Starr Company.
Personnel: The Family (strings); Kirk Johnson (drum programming).
Arrangers: David Z. ; The Family; New Power Generation; Prince; Vanity 6.
Prince compiled the soundtrack to Spike Lee's phone-sex comedy Girl 6, using a handful of new tracks from himself and the New Power Generation, as well as several classic Prince-performed and Prince-produced tracks. If anything, the soundtrack sounds like it was recorded in 1986 -- nearly every song is about sex, and they're all driven by funky keyboards or are smooth soul ballads. Fortunately, all of Prince's new material comes within shooting distance of standards like "Erotic City," "Adore," and "Girls and Boys," as well as Vanity 6's "Nasty Girl." The New Power Generation tracks fall a little flat in comparison, but Girl 6 is a fine record, ideal for those who pine for Prince's mid-'80s heyday. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine