'More Human Than Human'
On the show 'Millennium,' the song is heard playing (presumably in the background) of a strip joint in Seattle.
The song's melody contains samples of The Allman Brothers' 'Midnight Rider,' while the piano bit is sampled from The Doors' 'L.A. Woman'; in the video Joe C. and 'Diff'rent Strokes' actor Gary Coleman duel while porn star Ron Jeremy rocks out on the piano.
'Hot In Herre'
"Weird Al" Yankovic did a parody of this song, titled 'Trash Day,' replacing the chorus with the lyrics: 'There's somethin' rotten here / You better hold your nose.'
'What's Your Fantasy'
This was the first single off 'Back for the First Time' (his second album which featured songs from his first, released under a different label); the song peaked at No. 21 on the Billboard Hot 100.
'Figured You Out'
Despite its controversial meaning, the song topped the Mainstream Rock Tracks chart for 13 consecutive weeks, reached No. 1 in Canada and was in the Top 10 hot singles in Australia and New Zealand.
While not normally known as a singer, model/actress Rebecca Romijn recorded a cover of 'Darling Nikki' for the 2006 compilation album, 'Electro Goth Tribute to Prince.'
The rhythm track of 'Hypnotize' is based off a sample of 'Rise,' a Herb Alpert song, which reached No. 1 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 in 1979.
'My Love Is Like... Wo'
The song debuted at No. 81 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 and peaked at No. 13, staying on the Hot 100 chart for 20 consecutive weeks.
'Pour Some Sugar On Me'
The video stayed at No. 1 on the request show 'Dial MTV' for 73 days -- from May 26 to September 5, 1988 -- the longest in the show's history.