"Get Wild" is a funk song, in the style of Parliament and Funkadelic. The lead vocals are by Prince who delivers a rap during the bridge, and some Spanish vocals are provided by Mayte. A maxi-single was released with several remixes of the song.
A remix of "Get Wild" was played in the 1994 film, Prêt-à-Porter and was included on the soundtrack album. A video featuring cameo scenes with Lolly Pop and various others was shot at Glam Slam Minneapolis, but wound up shelved for unknown reasons.
Prince's rap from "Get Wild" was later reused in a promotional remix of the Gold Experience track, "P. Control".
The B-Side of the single was another album track, the psychedelic "Hallucination Rain". This mid-tempo track is mainly spoken but builds into a soaring crescendo of noise and thundering drums in which Prince's voice can be clearly heard at the end. The single also includes the song, "Beautiful Girl", a remix of Prince's 1994 hit, "The Most Beautiful Girl in the World".
In 1995, Prince released a perfume called "Get Wild", inspired by the song. It was sold through Prince's mail order retail outlet and New Power Generation stores until 1999. In June 1995, author Jackie Collins sued Prince, claiming he copied the name and design from her own "Wild!" fragrance. 
- "Get Wild" (Single Mix) - 4:35
- "Beautiful Girl" - 4:40
- "Hallucination Rain" - 5:52
- "Get Wild (Money Maker)" - 6:01
- "Get Wild (Kirky J's Get Wild)" - 6:38
- "Get Wild (Club Mix)" - 5:04
- "Get Wild (Get Wild In The House)" - 6:14
- "Get Wild" - 4:33
- "Get Wild (Money Maker Funky Jazz Mix)" - 6:20