Bilal ‎– Love For Sale

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Universal Records ‎– none
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1 Something To Hold On To 4:09
2 You're All I Need (Feels Like Heaven) 4:36
3 Gotsta Be Cool 5:50
4 Make Me Over 5:20
5 Get Out Of My Hair 4:26
6 Lord Don't Let It 5:11
7 All For Love 4:50
8 Hands Of Time 3:47
9 Hollywood 3:51
10 White Turns To Grey 6:19
11 Sorrow, Tears & Blood
Featuring – Common, Zap Mama
7:45
12 Sweet Sour U 3:24

Notes

Love for Sale is a studio album by American R&B/jazz artist Bilal, soon to be released the album was leaked on the internet in 2006 and deemed unmarketable by Interscope.

The album was to be Bilal's sophomore studio album following his debut release, 1st Born Second.[2] Production for the album was handled primarily by Bilal, with many of the tracks written and produced by the artist himself, except "Something To Hold On To" was produced by grammy award winning songwriter/music producer Nottz.

Following the album's completion, Interscope/Universal delayed the release date, then shelved the album indefinitely, hinting that it saw little commercial potential in it since it had already leaked on the internet in its entirety. Radio promotional vinyl/CD's of album surfaced in Europe and on various online music stores.

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
MOTRBILAL - 20988-1 Bilal Love For Sale(2xLP, Album, Promo) Universal Records MOTRBILAL - 20988-1 2003 Sell This Version

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donwanderer

donwanderer

September 1, 2020
I'm a longtime Wikipedia editor and fan of Bilal's music. Here's an article I've been working on recently, which I hope is a worthy testament to this album and its story:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Love_for_Sale_(Bilal_album)
SebCrateDigger

SebCrateDigger

January 1, 2018
edited over 3 years ago
It reminds me the same thing with Kamaal the Abstract album. Labels didn't want to release it because it was not enough commercial.
This Bilal's album deserves to see the Day.
JuliusHafra

JuliusHafra

August 8, 2017
This work of art needs an official release, superb album and a underground classic
lazyalf

lazyalf

April 6, 2017
How long till they properly release this masterpiece? Best Bilal material by a mile.