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Prince.Org .The Albums and Outtakes

From: The Man Who Sold the World
Category: Other stuff
Date: 05 September 2003


Prince (His Royal Badness) now has about 3,000 unreleased songs in in his vault. This artist is the most prolific musician of our century at this present time. The work he produced over the last twenty-five years is remarkable. Take a look at his past catalogue: For You, Prince, Dirty Mind, Controversey, 1999, Purple Rain, Parade, Sign O the Times, Lovesexy, Batman, Graffiti Bridge, Diamonds and Pearls, Symbol, Come, Gold, Chaos and Disorder, Emancipation,The Vaults, New Power Soul, Rave Un2 The Joy Fantastic, The Rainbow Children, One Nite Alone Live and N.E.W.S. and that's just a start.

The Time, Sheila E, Jill Jones, Martika, Appolliana 6, Vanity Six, Mayte, Madhouse, The Family and NPG albums are all but some of Prince's artist who have several albums written by Prince. That means every song Prince writes has a demo tucked away in his vault.

Not forgetting Prince has unreleased albums also: The 'Rebels' from 1979-80 a group effort, 'Dream Factory' a 2Lp set containing his best work: Witness 4 The Prosecution and All Ways in My Dreams, 'Camille' contains Feel U Up and Shockadelica that were later released as B-sides. 'Crystal Ball' a triple album featuring Good Love and Rebirth of the Flesh. 'The Black Album bootlegged after Prince stop the pressings in Germany after an Ecstacy pill changed his mind.'The Undertaker' first released as a promo cd, but later Prince was filmed and 'The Undertaker' was released on video only. The aborted 'I'll Do Anything' sessions for the soundtrack with Nick Nolte.

The fan club albums; Karmasutra, The War, One Night Alone, Rave In2 The Joy Fantastic and Xpectation.

His best work is still unreleased, the circles of collectors through Moonraker, Thunderball and other indie bootleg releases have songs that blown the mind away. The original, Old Friends 4 Sale 1985, Nothing Compares 2 U 1984, Manic Monday 1984, Possessed (Instrumental) and (Vocal)1982-83, Xtraloveable 1982, Electric Intercourse 1983, There's others here with us 1985, Make it throught the storm 1977, Lisa 1980, If i love U tonight 1979, Purple Paradise 1982. The list is endless and Prince has more songs that we won't here until he has pasted over. His security over songs is tightest ever.

So The NPG music club is final answer to hear his new music from the man who is the new Beethoven.

Long Live the New Power.

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