Art direction: Steve Parke/Jeremy Gavin
Photographer: Steve Parke
One for the fans, One Nite Alone was not available on the commercial market, nor was it eligible for the charts.
Instead, the album was mailed to NPG Music Club members worldwide in May 2002. The album is sparse in nature and visual layout, focusing mainly on piano and vocals, bearing stylistic similarities to The Truth in its “stripped back” sound. An interesting fact about the album is that Prince's doves, which were named Divinity and Majesty, are credited for “ambient singing” on the album.