"Glam Slam" is a single from Prince's 1988 album, Lovesexy. The song has sexual overtones with a spiritual undertone and fits the Lovesexy theme. The song is complex musically, recalling "Life Can Be So Nice" from Parade. It ends with a chorus of strings (played on the keyboard).
Prince recorded a remix in 1991 called "Glam Slam '91" that later was the basis of "Gett Off" from Diamonds and Pearls.
In late 1989 Prince opened a nightclub in Minneapolis named after the song. After eight years of frustration vis a vis its more established rival, First Avenue, he sold it to new owners
Prince with the Lovesexy band outside of Paisley Park Studios (from the 1988 Lovesexy concert souvenir program). Original Revolution member Matt Fink is there (3rd from left), as well as Sheila E. (2nd from left).