Prostitute (EP)

Infobox Album
Name = Prostitute
Type = ep
Artist = Neuroticfish


Released = June 4,2002
Recorded =
Genre = Synthpop
Length = 16:24
Label = Strange Ways
Producer = Neuroticfish
Reviews =
Last album = Sushi 2001
This album = Prostitute 2002
Next album = Les Chansons Neurotiques 2002
The third EP from German synthpop band Neuroticfish featuring three remixes of "Prostitute" and the song "3 Minutes Breakdown".

Track listing

#"Prostitute (Single Version)" - 3:45
#"Prostitute (NYC Club Edit)" - 5:11
#"Prostitute (No Pop Mix)" - 4:28
#"3 Minutes Breakdown" - 3:00


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  • Prostitute — Pros ti*tute, n. [L. prostituta.] 1. A woman giver to indiscriminate lewdness; a strumpet; a harlot. [1913 Webster] 2. A base hireling; a mercenary; one who offers himself to infamous employments for hire. [1913 Webster] No hireling she, no… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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  • prostitute — [[t]prɒ̱stɪtjuːt, AM tuːt[/t]] prostitutes, prostituting, prostituted 1) N COUNT A prostitute is a person, usually a woman, who has sex with men in exchange for money. He admitted last week he paid for sex with a prostitute. ...male prostitutes.… …   English dictionary

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