Saturday, December 3, 2016

RE-UP: Prince live in Rotterdam 1986 - 1DVD - August 17 - pro-shot

Parade Tour
Ahoyhal, Rotterdam

17th August 1986

01. AROUND THE WORLD IN A DAY
02. CHRISTOPHER TRACY'S PARADE
03. NEW POSITION
04. DELIRIOUS
05. CONTROVERSY
06. A LOVE BIZARRE



COMMENT

This 19 minute footage is something of a mystery to me as it seemingly appeared from nowhere in early 2006 with very little fanfare. It is of such high quality I'm a little amazed it wasn't shouted from the roof tops. Professionally filmed with various camera angles (I counted 4 different cams) this is certainly one of the better pieces of footage to emerge over the recent past. Considering the footage itself is 20 years old the quality of the picture really cannot be faulted and the various camera's give an excellent view of the action on-stage along with various unique camera angles. Unlike the static 'Stockholm 1986' professionally filmed footage, this video recording has various close-ups and captures the atmosphere of the show perfectly. The sound quality dips during 'Christopher Tracy's Parade' and doesn't match the dizzy heights of the opening few minutes, but it's a moot point considering the quality overall. The footage also unfortunately has a section missing and it fades out during the opening bars of 'I Wonder U' before restarting during the intro to 'Delirious' (meaning 'I Wonder U' & 'Raspberry Beret' are missing), but this is merely an observation and certainly not a criticism. Whether the complete (or even more complete) footage from this recording surfaces in the future I have no idea, but I'm happy to sit it out and enjoy this in the meantime. The menu's are extremely basic, but hardly worthy of mention as the recording itself lasts a little over 19 minutes.

NOTE: This can be burnt as mini DVD on a CDR

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RE-UP: Prince live in Minneapolis 1983 - 1DVD - August 3 - pro-shot

Prince: The Makings Of Rain / DVD NTSC / 08.03.83

Benefit Concert for Minnesota Dance Theatre First Avenue, Minneapolis

Label: Fullasoul / Superball
Menu: Yes
Source: Professionally Filmed
Quality: EX-
Length: 74 Min.
Year Of Release: 2006
Artwork: Yes

Lineage: Video: Pro Shot > (Low) VHS > ? Transfer > ? Author > DVD

- Audio Codec: AC3
- Audio Bitrate: 224 kbps
- Video System: NTSC 29.97 fps
- Video Bitrate: 7925 kbps

Chapters

LET'S GO CRAZY
WHEN YOU WERE MINE
A CASE OF YOU
COMPUTER BLUE
DELIRIOUS
ELECTRIC INTERCOURSE
AUTOMATIC
I WOULD DIE 4 U
BABY I'M A STAR
LITTLE RED CORVETTE
PURPLE RAIN
D.M.S.R.


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Friday, November 11, 2016

RE-UP: Prince live in Ghent 1995 - 1DVD - March 27

Prince
"All That Glitters"
March 27, 1995
Flanders Expo, Ghent, Belgium
artwork included

Purple Medley
Endorphinmachine
The Jam
Shhh
Days Of Wild
Now
Babies Makin' Babies
Funky Stuff
Johnny
The Most Beautiful Girl In The World
Pussy Control
Letitgo
Pink Cashmere
Loose / Orgasm
I Love U In Me
Peach
Arabic intro
Get Wild
Gold

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RE-UP: Prince live in New York 1981 - 1DVD - March 22 - pro-shot

Prince
The Ritz, New York City
March 22, 1981

Duration: 56:39
Artwork: Included
Video: Professionally Filmed vhs > (Master, Med Gen)> Transfer and Author (fanprojekt) > DVD > trade > here

Format : MPEG-2 Program
Format/Family : MPEG-2
Bit rate : 5654 Kbps

Video #0
Codec : MPEG-2 Video
Codec/Family : MPEG-V
Bit rate : 5069 Kbps
Nominal bit rate : 9800 Kbps
Width : 720 pixels
Height : 480 pixels
Display Aspect ratio : 4/3
Frame rate : 29.970 fps
Standard : NTSC

Audio #0
Codec : AC3
Bit rate mode : CBR
Bit rate : 192 Kbps
Channel(s) : 2 channels
Channel positions : L R
Sampling rate : 48 KHz


Dirty Mind Club Tour - The Ritz, New York : 22nd March 1981

DO IT ALL NIGHT
WHY YOU WANNA TREAT ME SO BAD?
GOTTA BROKEN HEART AGAIN
BROKEN
WHEN YOU WERE MINE
GOTTA STOP (MESSIN' ABOUT)
SEXY DANCER
SISTER
I WANNA BE YOUR LOVER
HEAD
STILL WAITING



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Tuesday, November 8, 2016

RE-UP: Prince live in Tokyo 1990 - 1DVD - August 31 - pro-shot

Tokyo '90
1 DVD-R
Label : Fullasoul
Catalogue : N/A
Interactive Menu : Yes
Source : Professionally Filmed (Broadcast)
Quality : EX+
Duration : 85 min
Year Of Release : 2004

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Artwork: included

Lineage: Tv (pro Shot) > (High Gen) VHS > ? Transfer > fullasoul > DVD

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Video:
720x480
NTSC 4:3
6843 kb/s
29.97 Frames/s

Audio:
AC3
2CH Stereo
192 kb/s

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Nude Tour

Tokyo Dome, Tokyo

31st August 1990

INTRO / THE FUTURE / 1999 / HOUSEQUAKE / SEXY DANCER / KISS - I'M IN THE MOOD / PURPLE RAIN / TAKE ME WITH U / BAMBI / ALPHABET ST. - IT TAKES TWO / THE QUESTION OF U (Including VENUS DE MILO - UNDER THE CHERRY MOON) / WHEN DOVES CRY / DO ME, BABY / LITTLE RED CORVETTE / BATDANCE / PARTYMAN (Including WHAT HAVE YOU DONE FOR ME LATELY?) / BABY I'M A STAR (Including RESPECT) / AIN'T NO WAY (OUTRO)

Bonus

PARTYMAN (BROADCAST INTRO VERSION) / PROMO FOR JAPANESE BROADCAST



DATABANK COMMENT:

Another release of the infamous Japanese broadcast Nude Tour concert - however if there is only one version (of the many circulating) which deserves a place in anyone's collection, it HAS to be this release. What separates this release from the others is not only the superior picture quality, but also the added extra's which are the icing on the cake. The picture quality is a step above the other releases. The most notable improvement (for me) is the strobe lighting effects which are almost blinding on many other versions  - here they are still powerful, but not as epileptic-fit-inducing as the others - which is a good thing! The colours are far more solid, and the footage is much sharper. The extra's on the DVD are the real treat and include some nice surprise moments. The DVD includes 2 different versions of the Partyman intro and a cool, lengthy advert for the Japanese broadcast. I should also note that this DVD has been security protected by Fullasoul. I won't give details of when or how, as it will become obvious to anyone watching - suffice to say that the people who make ££ from intended free releases will have a hard time removing it. Unfortunately it is a necessary evil. Plain and simple menu's, however the text could have been slightly larger - that's my only bitch.

Thursday, November 3, 2016

NEW: Prince "SNL: "Goodnight, Sweet Prince" tribute - 1DVD

Saturday Night Live: "Goodnight, Sweet Prince"
Broadcast April 23, 2016 on NBC-TV

Lineage: HD cable > TiVo Premiere > PC via kmttg > VideoReDo > .ts files

Video:
MPEG-2
13.5 Mbps
1920x1080
16:9

Audio:
AC-3
384 Kbps
48.0 KHz
6 channels

Single logo in the left lower screen.

Hosted by Jimmy Fallon, who introduces clips 01, 02, 04 and 06

Setlist:
01 [5:38] Party Up (1981-02-21)
02 [5:05] Electric Chair (1989-09-24)
03 [4:40] Fury (2006-02-04)
04 [4:55] Beautiful, Loved and Blessed (2006-02-04)
05 [8:44] Clouds/Plectrum Electrum/Marz/Another Love (2014-11-01)
06 [11:19] Let's Go Crazy (2015-02-16) - never broadcast footage from the SNL 40th Anniversary show after-party at the Plaza Hotel
07 [1:44] closing credits (2006-02-04)

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NEW: Prince "Proteges volume 1" - 2DVD

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Lineage: TV Broadcast > VHS > ? Transfer > ? Author > DVDR > PC

Video: NTSC 29.97 fps, I/L TFF, 4:3 (704 x 480), MPEG2 4369 kbps
Audio: AC3 CBR, 48000Hz 256 kb/s tot , stereo (2/0) (GSpot)
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Title................: Prince Proteges - Associated Artist Video Collection Vol 1
Artist...............: Various
Year.................: 2004
Type.................: Bootleg
Label................: ServeitupFrankie
Comment..............: Lots of very rare stuff from Prince's friends
Duration.............: 3h59m
Cover Included.......: Yes
Audio Format.........: AC3 2.0, 48000HZ 256kbps
Video System.........: NTSC
Video Resolution.....: 704x480 (4:3)
Release Format.......: 2x DVD5
Source...............: VHS (Quality: VG/EX-)

DISC 1

01. The Time - Cool
02. The Time - The Walk
03. Vanity 6 - He's So Dull
04. Vanity 6 - Nasty Girl (Live)
05. Vanity 6 - Drive Me Wild
06. Sheila E. - Glamorous Life
07. The Time - Ice Cream Candles
08. Apollona 6 - Sex Shooter
09. Prince - When Doves Cry
10. Sheena Easton - Sugar Walls
11. Mazarati - Player's Ball
12. The Family - Sceams Of Passion
13. Prince & The Revolution - Mountains
14. Prince & The Revolution - Anotherloverholeinthehead
15. Prince & The Revolution - Girls & Boys
16. Sheila E & Prince & The Revolution - Love Bizarre
17. The Bangles - Manic Monday
18. Jill Jones - Mia Bocca
19. Taja Sevelle - Wouldn't You Love To Love Me?
20. MTV Spotlight: The Women Of Prince (1993)
21. Nona Hendrix - Baby, Go Go
22. Madhouse - 10
23. Madhouse - 13
24. Prince - I Could Never Take The Place Of Your Man
25. Prince & Sheena Easton - U Got The Look
26. Sheila E. - A Love Bizarre
27. Vanity 6 - Nasty Girl
28. VH1: Where Are They Now? - Women Of Prince Part 1 (2000)

DISC 2

01. Sheena Easton - 101
02. Prince - Scandalous
03. Tony LeMans - Forever More
04. Kid Creole & The Coconuts - The Sex Of It
05. MTV Spotlight: The Time - Pandamonium (1990)
06. The Time - Jerk Out
07. MTV Spotlight: Graffiti Bridge Part 1 (1990)
08. MTV Spotlight: Graffiti Bridge Part 2 (1990)
09. Sinead O'Conner - Nothing Compares 2 U (Live)
10. Elisa Fiorillo - On The Way Up
11. Martika - Love... Thy Will Be Done
12. Ingrid Chavez - Elephant Boy
13. The 1992 Heritage Awards: Prince Acceptance Speech
14. Joan Rivers 1992: Interview with Robin Powers, Diamond & Pearl
15. Carmen Electra - Get On Up
16. VH1: Where Are They Now? - Women Of Prince Part 2 (2000)
17. Mavis Staples - The Voice
18. Nona Gaye - Lovesign
19. Cat - Cat Scratch
20. Taja Sevelle - Love Is Contagious
21. Taja Sevelle - Popular
22. Jill Jones - Mia Bocca
23. Ryuichi Sakamoto - You Do Me
24. Vanity - Undress (Can You Kiss Me, Baby Undress Me)
25. Prince - The Everlasting Now (The Tonight Show 2001)

              

Monday, October 31, 2016

RE-UP: Prince live in Dortmund 1988 - 1DVD - September 9 - pro-shot

Lovesexy Live
 1 DVD
Label : Global Funkschool
Catalogue : #GF 024
Interactive Menu : Yes
Source : Professionally Filmed
Quality :  EX
Duration : 117 minutes
Year Of Release : 2005
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Lovesexy Tour

Westfalenhalle, Dortmund

9th September 1988

INTRO   /   EROTIC CITY   /   HOUSEQUAKE   /   SLOW LOVE   /   ADORE   /   DELIRIOUS   /   JACK U OFF   /   SISTER   /   I WANNA BE YOUR LOVER   /   HEAD   /   A LOVE BIZARRE   /   WHEN YOU WERE MINE   /   BLUES IN C (IF I HAD A HAREM)   /   WHEN YOU WERE MINE   /   LITTLE RED CORVETTE   /   CONTROVERSY   /   DIRTY MIND   /   SUPERFUNKYCALIFRAGISEXY - CONTROVERSY   /   BOB GEORGE   /   ANNA STESIA   /   CROSS THE LINE   /   EYE NO   /   LOVESEXY   /   GLAM SLAM   /   THE CROSS   /   I WISH U HEAVEN   /   KISS   /   DANCE ON - SHEILA E DRUM SOLO   /   WHEN 2 R IN LOVE   /   VENUS DE MILO   /   STARFISH & COFFEE   /   RASPBERRY BERET   /   CONDITION OF THE HEART   /   STRANGE RELATIONSHIP   /   WHEN 2 R IN LOVE   /   LET'S GO CRAZY   /   WHEN DOVES CRY   /   PURPLE RAIN   /   1999   /   ALPHABET ST.   /   CREDITS



COMMENT

An excellent release of perhaps Prince's finest concert. This particular release has been taken from the Laser Disc, and because of this it is a slightly different edit to the UK/European VHS release. The camera angles used are minimally different during various parts of the show (most notable during 'Housequake' where the difference is obvious), and because of this it's like having a different version of the same show - excellent stuff. The picture quality really cannot be faulted. It is of extremely high quality with sharp, bright colours and is far superior to any other version in circulation. The only tiny flaw comes during the brief interlude between 'Eye No / Lovesexy' where the Laser Disc had to be changed between Disc 1 & Disc 2. It fades out for a fraction of a second before fading back in. It has been done almost flawlessly, and is barely worthy of mention as it doesn't occur during the actual song itself. The menu's are a slight let down as they don't match the quality of the footage. They are extremely plain, to the point of looking rather cheap in comparison to what is on the DVD itself. The packaging is nice with a hefty 16 page booklet, however it is bare of any information, and the photoshopping of the pictures used ain't all that great (not to mention the inclusion of a Purple Rain tour picture). I have been a little harsh in my criticism of the packaging and menu's, however the content is what is important on this release, and it's stunningly good.

                         

RE-UP: Prince live in Washington 1981 - 1DVD - November 21

Prince
11-21-81
Warner Theater Washington D.C.
Controversy Tour

Audience shot video>VHS med gen>?>PC Authored DVD
MPEG-2 4331 kbps
720x480
AC3 48 kHz 256 kb/s stereo

The Second Coming
Sexuality
Why You Wanna Treat Me So Bad
Jack U Off
When You Were Mine
I Wanna Be Your Lover
Head
Annie Christian
Dirty Mind
Do Me, Baby
Let's Work
Controversy

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Wednesday, October 26, 2016

NEW: Prince tribute live in New York 2013 - 2CD - March 7

The Music Of Prince
Carnegie Hall
New York, NY
March 7, 2013

The Roots with Wendy Melvoin (guitar) - house band
Rita Houston - emcee


This is the ninth year that Michael Dorf, the founder of City Winery, has mounted a show to raise funds for education programs
serving the poor. The series has raised more than $700,000 for programs like the Church Street School of Music, Young Audiences
New York, Music Unites and the Pinwheel Project. The beneficiaries this year will also include the American Symphony Orchestra’s
Music Notes, Little Kids Rock and the Center for Arts Education.

Source: master audience recording
Taper: larryrulz
Location: Left front orchestra


Length: 2 hr 12 min

Taper's notes: This is a FLAWED recording. There is a loose wire somewhere in my recording gear that I wasn't able to diagnose
before, during or after this show. I still don't know what's wrong. All the connections are tight and the wire insulation looks intact. The first
5-6 tracks have a muffled sound and often show a very strange waveform (see Comments section). The next 5-6 tracks have volume and
sound quality fluctuations which sound like a loose wire intermittently making contact (see Comments section). The problems exist throughout
most of the first 12 tracks. The final 10 tracks (#13-22) are flawless and the problem is no longer noticeable.

At one point I thought about not sharing this recording, but ultimately decided to upload the entire show anyway since it was such a unique event.
While technically a huge disappointment for me, there were so many wonderful musical moments I was absolutely thrilled to have been in Carnegie Hall
on this night. If you have the skills, please re-master this and make it better! Any suggestions as to what the problem might be would also be
greatly appreciated.


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Good review (although I don't agree about the "misfires" - both were nice):

For a Night, at Least, Nothing Compares to Prince
‘The Music of Prince’ Tribute at Carnegie Hall
By JON PARELES

One concert could hardly contain the multiplicity of Prince’s enormous songwriting catalog over the 35 years since he released his debut
album, “For You,” in 1978. “The Music of Prince,” a tribute concert on Thursday night at Carnegie Hall, tried hard. The program strove
to capture a broad swath of Prince’s work, through funk and rock and pop, from lust to spirituality to apocalypse to partying. It included
hits, rarities and even some of Prince’s dance moves (but alas, no leaping splits). It was the ninth annual “Music of” concert produced
by Michael Dorf, the owner of City Winery, to benefit music programs for underprivileged children.

With the Roots as a house band, the lineup included singers clearly influenced by Prince - D’Angelo, Bilal - and diverse admirers,
among them Elvis Costello and Bettye LaVette. There were also musicians who had been in Prince’s touring bands, including the saxophonist
Eric Leeds, whose group fDeluxe reunites members of a band Prince produced in the 1980s as the Family, and the guitarist Wendy Melvoin,
who sat in with the Roots for most of the concert.

At a tribute show, song assignments are nearly as important as the performances themselves, and “Music of Prince” was full of smart choices.
Mr. Costello, ever the collector, delivered a Prince song that has only appeared as a bootleg: “Moonbeam Levels,” a yearning, Beatles-tinged rocker.
“The Cross,” a song about despair and salvation, was stoked with flamboyant devotion by the Blind Boys of Alabama, a venerable gospel quartet.

Bilal and the Roots turned “Sister” - a punky one-and-a-half-minute ditty about incest from Prince’s “Dirty Mind” album - into an elaborately dramatic
mini-suite that kept shifting tempos and genres, sometimes from one line to the next, up to a screeching peak.

The Waterboys, a British band whose anthems show Celtic roots, performed “Purple Rain,” the Prince rocker that rivals any anthem, replacing
Prince’s lead guitar with keening electric violin. Kat Edmonson, a singer from Texas, turned a ballad, “The Beautiful Ones,” into an even slower
torch song, accompanied only by piano and full of heartache.

Ms. LaVette backdated “Kiss” from funk to a bluesy soul vamp, and gave its sexual swagger her own raspy, staccato signature. Talib Kweli updated
the ominous “Annie Christian" - Prince’s song about a murderous sociopath, which calls for a chant of “Gun control!" - to mention the violence
involving the former congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords and Sandy Hook Elementary School.

Nina Persson, the Swedish lead singer of the Cardigans, made “Nothing Compares 2 U” - a Prince song that was introduced on the Family’s
1985 album - more forlorn and less tragic than the well-known Sinead O’Connor version. And DeVotchKa pushed “Mountains” from funk toward
foot-stomping folk-rock.

There were misfires, too. Applying stolid, folky strumming to “Pop Life” (Citizen Cope and Alice Smith) and to “When Doves Cry” (Bhi Bhiman)
deflated both of them, though Mr. Bhiman’s sustained croon revealed the lovers’ quarrel within the song. “Raspberry Beret” (sung by Diane Birch
with Booker T. Jones on largely unheard organ) and a funk medley from fDeluxe were lost to Carnegie Hall’s acoustics.

And there was comedy: from Chris Rock and Fred Armisen parodying Prince’s spoken-word moments; from Sandra Bernhard, reaching for
high notes as she hammed her way through “Little Red Corvette”; from Princess, the Prince tribute duo of Maya Rudolph and Gretchen Lieberum,
who had costumes and moves for “Darling Nikki.”

The finale belonged to D’Angelo, who stepped forward as a soul showman, complete with microphone tricks, for “It’s Gonna Be a Beautiful Night”
and “1999.” The Roots kicked up Prince’s post-James Brown funk grooves, and D’Angelo placed his yowls, hoots and exhortations just right, to be
joined by the whole lineup during “1999.” It was party time - hitting the energy level where a Prince concert would start. dramatic mini-suite that kept
shifting tempos and genres, sometimes from one line to the next, up to a screeching peak.
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Setlist:
01 intro by Michael Dorf
02 Purple Rain - The Waterboys
03 intro to Let's Go Crazy (spoken) - Fred Armisen
04 Ten - Eric Leeds
05 I Wonder U - PRINCEss and Eric Leeds
06 Raspberry Beret - Booker T. Jones with children's choir and Diane Birch
07 Nothing Compares 2 U - Nina Perrson
08 High Fashion/Mutiny - Fdeluxe (The Family) (Eric Leeds, Susannah Melvoin and St. Paul Peterson)
09 Little Red Corvette - Sandra Bernhard
10 Mountains - DeVotchka
11 When Doves Cry - Bhi Bhiman
12 The Beautiful Ones - Kat Edmonson
13 The Cross - Blind Boys Of Alabama
14 Pop Life - Citizen Cope and Alice Smith
15 Annie Christian - Talib Kweli
16 Sister - Bilal
17 If I Was Your Girlfriend (spoken) - Chris Rock
18 Kiss - Bettye Lavette
19 Darling Nikki - PRINCEss (Maya Rudolph and Gretchen Lieberum)
20 Moonbeam Levels - Elvis Costello
21 It's Gonna Be A Beautiful Night - D'Angelo
22 1999 - All

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NEW: Prince "Yellow" - 1CD - studio outtakes

Yellow CD
Bernadette's Disques
Catalog # BD4218
Release Year 1993  
CD Length 74:05
Date/Venue Studio Outtakes
Source Soundboard
Quality VG/EX
G2P Rating 2/5.0

Track Listing
Studio Outtakes
I Wonder, Player, The Voice, Don't Say You Love Me, Open Book, Sex, Spirit, Martika'S Kitchen, Love Thy Will Be Done, Schoolyard, Uh Huh, Get Blue, Old Friends 4 Sale 91, Carmen On Top, Power From Above, Five Women, The Voice

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NEW: Prince "Xenophobia volume 3" - 4CD - live Paisley Park June 26-27 2002

Xenophobia Vol 3 4CDR
Premium
Catalog # PM152-155
Release Year 2002
4CDR Length 58.45 | 60.01 | 54.24 | 67.48
Date/Venue Paisley Park 26 - 27 June 2002
Source Audience
Quality EX-
G2P Rating 4.5/5.0

Track Listing
Paisley Park 26/6/02 (disc 1 & disc 2 tracks 1 - 3)
Paisley Park 21/6/02 (disc 2 tracks 4 & 5)
Paisley Park 26/6/02 (disc 2 track 6)
Paisley Park 27/6/02 (discs 3 & 4)

Disc #1
Speech 'What is cool?'
The other side of the pillow
Strange relationship
Sing a simple song [features Larry Graham]
La la means I love you
Didn't cha know
When you were mine
Avalanche
Family name
Take me with U
Raspberry beret
The everlasting now
              Disc #2
It ain't over jam
Musiq soul child jam [features Musiq & Larry Graham]
Days of wild [features Musiq & Larry Graham]
The ride / Alphabet St.
Joy in repetition
1 + 1 + 1 is 3 [edit]
              Disc #3
Najee flute solo
One nite alone
Adore
I wanna be your lover
Do me, baby
Condition of the heart
U're gonna C me
Empty room
How come U don't call me anymore?
Nothing compares 2 U [features Eric Leeds]
Speech
People without / Shake! / Automatic / Shake!
Manic Monday
Soul sanctuary
              Disc #4
God / God [instrumental]
Last December
Purple rain
The greatest romance ever sold / Anna Stesia / 'Party 'til the sun comes up' jam

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NEW: Prince "Xenophobia volume 1" - 4CD - live Paisley Park June 21-24 2002

 Xenophobia Vol 1 4CDR
Premium
Catalog # PM144-147
Release Year 2002
4CDR Length
Date/Venue Paisley Park 21 - 24 June 2002
Source Audience
Quality EX-
G2P Rating 4.5/5.0

Track Listing
Sheila E. set, Paisley Park 22/6/02 (disc 1)
Paisley Park 22/6/02 (disc 2 tracks 1 - 11)
Maceo Parker, Paisley Park 21/6/02 (disc 2 tracks 12 - 14)
Paisley Park 23/6/02 (disc 3)
Paisley Park 24/6/02 - acoustic show (disc 4)

Disc #1
Africa intro.
Shortberry strawcake
The belle of St. Mark
Oliver's House
Noon rendezvous
Sister fate
A love bizarre
Holly rock
Hold me
17 days
Alphabet St.
Alice through the looking glass [not listed on sleeve]
Band introduction
              Disc #2
Power fantastic
Extraordinary
Here on Earth
With you
Pearls before the swine [instrumental]
The ghetto
When the lights go down
Strollin'
Gotta broken heart again
You've got a friend [features Sheila E.]
Pop life
Uptown
Speech
Baby knows
              Disc #3
Days of wild
The jam [features Larry Graham]
Dolphin
Sign "O" the times
The work pt. 1
Paisley Park
Peach
              Disc #4
Don't play me
Whole lotta love
7
Tangerine
A case of you
Pink cashmere
One kiss at a time
Alphabet St.
Girls and boys
(Sometimes I feel like a) Motherless child
The truth
Guitar playin' man jam
The other side of the pillow
She loves me 4 me
Peach
It ain't over
Wherever U go, whatever U do
Forever in my life
Last December

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NEW: Prince "Testament volume 4: 1993-2000" - 1CD-ROM - almost 11 hours of outtakes

Volume 4: 1993 To 2000
1993 - 2000

Total time: 10 hours, 55 minutes, 40 seconds



1993
This period includes work for several projects, including Glam Slam Ulysses, the Come and The Gold Experience albums, The Undertaker, the second unreleased Madhouse 24 album, and Mayte's Child Of The Sun album.
PLAY ALL 1993 PLAY ALL 1993 PLAY ALL 1993
Total time: 3 hours, 48 minutes, 42 seconds
Click below to select individual tracks:

7 (Final Vocal Version) (4:52) Unreleased remix. This is from an unreleased in-house cassette of remixes of "7," none of which were released. unreleased cassette
Come [#1] (4:38) This is the original studio version of the song, recorded from the audience before the April 16, 1993 concert in Los Angeles.
Dolphin [#1] (6:30) Alternate version. From the Glam Slam Ulysses project that was performed at Glam Slam Los Angeles. Features an instrumental intro.
Dark (6:25) Alternate version from Glam Slam Ulysses. Longer than the released version.
Loose! [#1] (3:23) Alternate version from Glam Slam Ulysses. More rock oriented than the released version.
Space [#1] (5:28) Alternate version from Glam Slam Ulysses. Sparser mix and longer than the released version.
Race [#1] (4:02) Alternate version from Glam Slam Ulysses. Very different instrumentation from the released version.
Come [#2] (4:30) Alternate version from Glam Slam Ulysses. Different lyrics and music from the first version. This song was split into three different pieces, this is the combination of all three.
Come [#3] (3:16) Alternate version. This is essentially an edit of version #2.
Poem (3:37) This was the original opening track on the Come album before Prince changed it. This song was cut up and used as segues between the tracks on the album, and the remainder became the track "Orgasm." This was actually released on a very rare German promotional CD single. Come album and singles prototype artwork
Endorphinmachine (3:45) Alternate version. This version was first used in Glam Slam Ulysses, then planned for inclusion on the Come album before Prince reworked the song and released it on The Gold Experience.
Pheromone (Video LP) [#1] (3:57) Alternate version. This is an instrumental version of the song that Prince gave to the BET show Video LP for use as their theme music.
Pheromone (Edit) [#2] (3:06) Alternate version. An edit of the above track.
Zannalee (2:50) Alternate version. Much rawer than the version later released on Chaos And Disorder.
The Ride (10:54) Alternate version. This and the next six tracks are all from the unreleased album The Undertaker. This live performance was recorded at Paisley Park on June 14, 1993, and was released on home video in 1995. A CD of the recording was made, but the release was cancelled. These are the original recordings from the CD, some of which differ from the video release. unreleased CD
Poorgoo (4:26) Alternate version. Different beginning.
Honky Tonk Women (2:59) Same as the version in The Undertaker film.
Bambi (4:03) Same as the version in The Undertaker film.
Zannalee (Prelude) (0:47) Same as the version in The Undertaker film.
The Undertaker (9:43) Same as the version in The Undertaker film.
Dolphin [#2] (3:41) Alternate version. This is the original recording from the live session, the version in The Undertaker film is the studio cut.
Calhoun Square (4:30) Alternate version. Has some different instrumentation.
17 (5:22) Same as the version released on the 1-800-NEW-FUNK album. Was originally titled "Carnac." This and the next nine tracks were recorded in the summer of 1993, intended for a new Madhouse 24 album which was never released. two unreleased album covers
Rootie Kazootie (7:05) Unreleased. From the Madhouse 24 album.
Space [#2] (4:47) Unreleased. From the Madhouse 24 album.
Guitar Segue (1:05) Unreleased. From the Madhouse 24 album.
Asswoop (7:09) Unreleased. From the Madhouse 24 album. Was originally titled "Edward," and is also known as "Asswhuppin' In A Trunk."
Ethereal (0:32) Unreleased. From the Madhouse 24 album.
Parlor Games (4:02) Unreleased. From the Madhouse 24 album.
Michael B. (0:40) Unreleased. From the Madhouse 24 album.
(Got 2) Give It Up (7:18) Unreleased. From the Madhouse 24 album. A cover of Marvin Gaye's "Got To Give It Up" featuring Nona Gaye on vocals.
Sonny T. (1:44) Unreleased. From the Madhouse 24 album.
7 Intro [#1] (3:23) Unreleased. This instrumental usually preceded "7" during concerts, and is sometimes called "Egyptian Instrumental." No studio recording is known to exist. This version is from the September 3, 1993 concert in Luneburg, Germany.
If I Could Get Your Attention (2:47) Mayte's unreleased cover version of a Prince song released by Taja Sevelle on her self-titled album in 1987.
Love's No Fun [#1] (3:41) Alternate version. Mayte's cover of a Prince song originally released by Elisa Fiorillo. More demo-like than the Child Of The Sun album version.
Latino Barbie Doll (4:49) Unreleased. This is Mayte's version of a song Prince originally intended for Sheila E.
Children Of The Sun (4:22) Alternate version. Has a rawer, less busy mix than the released one.
In Your Gracious Name (5:00) Alternate version. Slightly different mix.
The Rhythm Of Your Heart (5:37) Alternate version. Features a rap by Prince that isn't in the released version.
Ain't No Place Like U [#1] (4:33) Alternate version. Different beginning and some musical differences throughout.
House Of Brick (Brick House) (4:27) Alternate version. Has a different beginning, and is longer than the released version.
Love's No Fun [#2] (3:52) Alternate version. More elaborate than the stripped down released version.
Baby Don't Care (5:41) Alternate version. Longer than the released version.
However Much U Want [#1] (4:43) Alternate version. Slightly longer and different intro.
Mo' Better (4:54) Alternate version. Slightly different mix.
However Much U Want [#2] (3:33) Alternate version. This comes from a Mayte CD single that was pressed up, but never released. unreleased CD single
If I Love U 2night [#4] (3:25) Alternate version. Mayte lip-synched to this version of the song during a European TV appearance promoting her album.
Ain't No Place Like U [#2] (4:00) This is Jevetta Steele's unreleased version of the song released my Mayte.
Billy Jack Bitch [#1] (7:08) Alternate version. Longer than the released version.
A 1,000 Hugs And Kisses (4:23) Unreleased. Lead vocals by Nona Gaye. Originally recorded with Rosie Gaines lead vocals.
Snow Man (4:17) Unreleased. Lead vocals by Nona Gaye.
The Call (3:01) This song plays over the closing credits of the 3 Chains O' Gold home video.

1994
This period includes more work on the the Come and The Gold Experience albums, the NPG's Exodus, and other miscellaneous projects.
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Total time: 3 hours, 58 minutes, 49 seconds
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The Most Beautiful Girl In The World (10:25) Alternate version. An unreleased remix that combines the various mixes of the song into one version.
Days Of Wild [#1] (3:50) Alternate version. The edited unreleased studio version of the song.
Days Of Wild [#2] (6:07) Alternate version. The full length unreleased studio version of the song.
Come [#4] (3:17) Alternate version from The Beautiful Experience TV film. Very different mix.
Race [#2] (5:04) Alternate version from The Beautiful Experience TV film. Longer than the released version.
Loose! [#2] (3:27) Alternate version from The Beautiful Experience TV film. Features a vocal part (a scream) not in the released version.
Race (A Cappella) (3:33) This is from the remix portion of the The Artist Formerly Known As Prince Interactive CD-ROM.
Race (Instrumental) (3:31) This is from the remix portion of the The Artist Formerly Known As Prince Interactive CD-ROM.
Loose! (Instrumental) (0:47) This instrumental version is from the closing credits of the The Artist Formerly Known As Prince Interactive CD-ROM.
Come [#5] (5:29) Alternate version. This is a longer version of the mix from The Beautiful Experience TV film.
Glam Slam Boogie (9:48) Unreleased. This song was performed live at various shows throughout 1994-95, and is partly based on John Lee Hooker's "I'm In The Mood." No studio version is known to exist, this recording is from the May 4, 1994 show in Monte Carlo.
Love Sign (Ted's Get 'Em Up Mix) (6:30) Unreleased remix. This and the following five mixes were probably intended for an unreleased maxi-single.
Love Sign (Ted's Funky Chariot Mix) (6:57) Unreleased remix.
Love Sign (Mack Attack Message Mix) (4:35) Unreleased remix.
Love Sign (Ted's Double Trouble Mix) (6:57) Unreleased remix.
Love Sign (Ted's Love Sign Radio Mix) (6:21) Unreleased remix.
Love Sign (Shock's Silky Smooth Int's) (4:23) Unreleased remix.
P Control (6:34) Alternate version. Less elaborate mix than the released version. An audience recording of the studio version aired during the July 25, 1994 Glam Slam Minneapolis concert.
Get Wild [#1] (5:36) Alternate version. Raw version with Prince lead vocals. The sound quality is poor.
Get Wild [#2] (4:29) Alternate version. This and the next twelve tracks were intended for an early version of the NPG's Exodus album. Exodus album and singles prototype artwork
Slave 2 The System [#1] (0:59) Unreleased. Sonny T. lead vocals.
Acknowledge Me (5:15) Alternate version. Sonny T. lead vocals.
Super Hero (2:44) Alternate version. Sonny T. lead vocals.
Outa-Space (4:32) Unreleased cover version of a song by Billy Preston. This segues from the previous song.
Sonny (0:50) Unreleased segue.
New Power Soul [#1] (3:57) Alternate version. Has some differences near the end.
Mad (5:25) Alternate version. Originally intended for the Exodus album. Sonny T. on lead vocals.
Love...Thy Will Be Done [#3] (4:38) Alternate version. Sonny T. lead vocals.
Funky (4:13) Unreleased cover version of a song by the Chambers Brothers. Sonny T. lead vocals.
Proud Mary (4:08) Unreleased cover version of a song by Creedence Clearwater Revival. Sonny T. lead vocals.
The Exodus Has Begun (10:35) Alternate version. Doesn't have some of the sound effects of the released version.
Funky Design (4:24) Alternate version. Originally intended for the Exodus album. Sonny T. on lead vocals.
It Takes 3 (4:01) Unreleased. Recorded during the Exodus sessions. Sonny T. lead vocals.
Sonny Turns The TV Off (0:48) Alternate version. Longer than the track released as simply "Segue." This track was also known as "Count" at one point.
New Power Soul [#2] (5:38) Alternate version. Longer than the released version.
DJ Seduces Sonny (0:45) Alternate version. Longer than the released version.
Rain (0:16) Same as the released version. Released simply as "Segue."
Hallucination Rain (11:05) Alternate version. Much longer than the released version.
Spooky Soup (0:11) Unreleased. This segue was originally going to follow "Hallucination Rain."
NPG Outro (0:11) Unreleased. Possibly the original ending of the Exodus album.
Free The Music (3:24) Alternate version. Longer than the released version. This comes from a rare tape that was handed out at Paisley Park in 1995 titled The Good Life Exodus Sampler Experience. rare promo cassette
Get Wild [#3] (5:36) Alternate version. This recording is from the promo video of the song, which is slightly different from the other versions.
Somebody's Somebody [#1] (4:27) Alternate version. Derrick Hughes lead vocals on the song that would later be released on Emancipation.
Somebody's Somebody [#2] (4:31) Alternate version. Different beginning. This is from the unreleased full length Sampler Experience cassette.
(Lemme See That Body) Get Loose! (3:44) Alternate version. Several differences from the track released as "Get Loose" on Crystal Ball. Was also known as "Loose Dub" at one point. From the unreleased Sampler Experience cassette.
18 & Over (6:39) Alternate version. Longer than the released version.
Empty Room [#2] (3:18) Unreleased. Recorded from the unreleased video of the song. clips from unreleased video
On Your Own (5:05) Unreleased. Ashley Davis lead vocals with Prince backing and production.
Alphabet St. (Remix) (6:00) Unreleased remix by Kirk Johnson. Features some new Prince vocals in parts.
Pop Life (Remix) (4:49) Unreleased remix by Kirk Johnson. Part of this was used in "Kirk J's B-Sides Remix."
Head (Remix) (3:58) Unreleased remix by Kirk Johnson. Part of this was used in "Kirk J's B-Sides Remix."
When Doves Cry (Remix) (5:03) Unreleased remix by Kirk Johnson. Part of this was used in the "Purple Medley."

1995
Much of this period was spent working on material for the Emancipation album.
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Total time: 1 hour, 36 minutes, 27 seconds
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The Sampler Experience Segues (1:02) Unreleased. These are all the segues from the Sampler Experience cassette handed out at the March 1995 European concerts. rare promo cassette
Volkswagen Blues (3:52) Unreleased. The recording of this song is from the June 17, 1995 show at Paisley Park, and was probably improvised on the spot.
Right Back Here In My Arms (6:16) Alternate version. This longer version was played on Brother Jules' KMOJ radio show on November 16, 1995.
P Control (Club Mix Edit) (3:03) Alternate version. Edit of the slightly different version later released on Crystal Ball. This and the next five tracks are from a tape titled The Versace Experience (Prelude 2 Gold) that was only handed out at a Versace fashion show in Paris in July 1995. rare promo cassette
Eye Hate U (Remix) (3:32) Alternate version. Remix combining the "Quiet Night Mix" and the "Extended Remix."
Billy Jack Bitch [#2] (2:31) Alternate version. This is an edited remix.
Chatounette Controle (2:24) Unreleased remix of "P Control" with some French lyrics.
P Control (Control Tempo Edit) (1:23) Unreleased remix. Was later used in the unreleased "House Mix."
The Versace Experience Segue (0:49) Unreleased segue which precedes "Gold."
Slave 2 The System [#2] (3:05) Unreleased. From the Emancipation sessions. Originally recorded by the NPG during the Exodus sessions.
Slave (5:09) Alternate version. Slightly longer version without the pounding drum effects.
2020 (2:05) Unreleased. From the Emancipation sessions.
Feel Good (4:06) Unreleased. From the Emancipation sessions.
Journey 2 The Center Of Your Heart (4:15) Prince's unreleased version of the song released on Chaka Khan's 1998 album, Come 2 My House.
Eye Am The DJ (4:47) Unreleased. From the Emancipation sessions.
Emancipation (4:30) Alternate version. Much rawer than the released version.
Livin' 2 Die (3:35) Unreleased. From Prince's collaboration with Sandra St. Victor. This has been confused with a different unreleased song simply titled "Die."
Eye'll Never B Another Fool (3:11) Prince's version of the song he gave Chaka Khan for her Come 2 My House album. From his collaboration with Sandra St. Victor.
Soul Sanctuary (4:33) Alternate version. Rawer than the version on Emancipation. From his collaboration with Sandra St. Victor.
Van Gogh (5:00) Alternate version. Prince's version of the song he originally gave to the band Van Gogh for their 1998 album. Prince's version was released through the NPG Music Club in 2001, but this is very different musically. From his collaboration with Sandra St. Victor.
Stone (3:02) Unreleased. From his collaboration with Sandra St. Victor.
Starfish And Coffee (3:19) Alternate version. A new version recorded with the NPG in the fall of 1995.
Rock N' Roll Is Alive (And It Lives In Minneapolis) [#1] (4:29) Alternate version. Missing some of the crowd backing vocals.
Rock N' Roll Is Alive (And It Lives In Minneapolis) [#2] (4:40) Alternate version. This is known as the "Tony Fly Mix" and is a remix Prince made including a local DJ's comments when the track was first played on the air.
P Control (House Mix) (5:47) Alternate version. This and the next track are from a sample cassette handed out at the VH1's Fashion And Music Awards on December 3, 1995. Prince lip-synched to this version during the show. rare promo cassette
P Control (Club Mix) (6:02) Alternate version. This was slightly revised and released on Crystal Ball as simply "P Control."

1996
More work was done on Emancipation during this time. Unfortunately little unreleased material circulates from this period.
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Total time: 11 minutes, 34 seconds
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7 Intro [#2] (3:44) Unreleased. Prince revamped this song from the original 1993 version for some live shows in 1995 and 1996. This version is from the January 9, 1996 concert in Tokyo, Japan.
The Most Beautiful Girl In The World (Mustang Mix '96) (4:25) Alternate version. A CD single of this was planned, but never released. unreleased CD single
Sarah (2:52) Alternate version. Much rawer than the released one.
Bear Tracks (0:18) Unreleased. From Prince's appearance on Muppets Tonight.
Raspberry Sorbet (0:15) Unreleased. From Prince's appearance on Muppets Tonight.

1997
This period was mostly spent working on the NPG's Newpower Soul album, and NPG Records releases by Larry Graham and Chaka Khan.
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Total time: 36 minutes, 10 seconds
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Bryant Gumbel Tribute (0:50) Unreleased. Prince performed this tribute to Bryant Gumbel on his last day on the Today Show, January 3, 1997.
(Eye Like) Funky Music (5:36) Alternate version. Longer than the released one. An audience recording of the studio version of the song.
Jam Of The Year (Remix) [#1] (5:41) Unreleased. This song evolved into "Push It Up." An audience recording of the studio version of the song.
Jam Of The Year (Remix) [#2] (0:46) Unreleased. This sample was posted on Love4OneAnother.com.
Sadomasochistic Groove (0:36) Alternate version. This sample posted on Love4OneAnother.com is different from the version released through the NPG Music Club in 2001.
Funk Radio (0:24) Unreleased. This sample was posted on Love4OneAnother.com.
Jam Of The Year Tour Intro (2:45) Unreleased. This recording was played before concerts on the Jam of the Year tour.
Come On (7:17) Alternate version. Longer than the released one. An audience recording of the studio version of the song.
Jump And Shout (6:22) Unreleased. This song was written by Larry Graham and intended for the GCS2000 album. An audience recording of the studio version of the song.
Playtime (5:53) Unreleased. This song was written by Prince, but no studio version is circulating. This recording features Marva King on lead vocals, and is from the December 31, 1997 aftershow in Houston, Texas.

1998
More work was done on Newpower Soul during this time. Unfortunately little unreleased material circulates from this period.
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Total time: 17 minutes, 25 seconds
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U're Still The One (3:12) Unreleased. This is Prince and Marva King's cover of Shania Twain's "You're Still The One." This was posted on Love4OneAnother.com.
Beautiful Strange (4:55) Alternate version. This version is from the Beautiful Strange home video, and is rawer than the one later released on Rave In2 The Joy Fantastic.
The One Intro (1:48) Unreleased. This instrumental often preceded "The One" during concerts. This version is from the August 21, 1998 show in Paris.
The Go-Go's (7:30) Unreleased. This was played on the 1998 European tour, and the title is tentative. It includes part of "Also Sprach Zarathustra." This version is from the August 26, 1998 aftershow in London.

1999-2000
This period mostly involved work on Rave Un2 The Joy Fantastic and the unreleased High album. Unfortunately little unreleased material circulates from this period.
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Total time: 26 minutes, 33 seconds
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One Song (8:54) Unreleased. This was posted on Love4OneAnother.com.
New Funk Sampling Series (3:17) Unreleased. This "commercial" was posted on NPGOnlineLtd.com.
Cybersingle (2:43) Unreleased. An sample of this song was posted at NPGOnlineLtd.com in May 2000, and this full version was posted in July 2000.
Good Life (2:43) Unreleased. This is not the same as the NPG's "The Good Life." This portion of the song is from the July 15, 2000 show at Paisley Park, and was posted on NPGOnlineLtd.com.
Paradigm (6:48) Unreleased. This collaboration between George Clinton and Prince was recorded in 1999 and sold on CD-R at a few European Clinton shows in 2001.
Thank U Just The Same (0:42) Unreleased. This is the audio portion of a videotaped "thank you" message Prince recorded for the 2000 Yahoo! Internet Life Awards.
Hit N Run Tour Intro (1:42) Unreleased. This recording preceeded Prince's concerts during the 2000 Hit N Run tour.

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NEW: Prince "Testament volume 3: 1989-1992" - 1CD-ROM - almost 12 hours of outtakes

Volume 3: 1989 To 1992
1989 - 1992

Total time: 11 hours, 48 minutes, 10 seconds



1989
Most of the material recorded during this period was intended for the Graffiti Bridge album and movie.

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Total time: 2 hours, 1 minutes, 38 seconds
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Love Machine [#1] (5:18) Alternate version. Prince's version of the song released by The Time.
Can't Stop This Feeling I Got [#3] (4:12) Alternate version. Less polished than the released version.
New Power Generation [#1] (3:01) Alternate version. Missing most of the backing vocals of the released version.
Elephants & Flowers (3:41) Alternate version. Many different lyrics throughout.
We Can Funk [#4] (6:24) Alternate version. Longer than the released version, and lacking most of the backing vocals.
Love Machine [#2] (5:02) Alternate version. Longer than the released version. Originally intended for the Corporate World album.
Tick, Tick, Bang [#2] (3:01) Alternate version. Missing much of the released version's instrumentation.
Shake! (4:51) Alternate version. Longer than the released version. Originally intended for the Corporate World album.
Melody Cool [#1] (2:38) Alternate version. Prince on lead vocals instead of Mavis Staples.
The Grand Progression (4:37) Unreleased. This was replaced by "Still Would Stand All Time" on the Graffiti Bridge album and film.
Graffiti Bridge (3:36) Alternate version. Missing the orchestral intro and many backing vocals.
New Power Generation (Pt II) (2:31) Alternate version. This is missing the T.C. Ellis rap and most of the backing vocals.
Can't Stop This Feeling I Got [#4] (4:28) Alternate version. Features a bit of extra music cut from the released version.
Round And Round (3:50) Alternate version. This is the original version of the song before it was remixed for release by Junior Vasquez.
Melody Cool [#2] (4:16) Alternate version. Contains some extra lyrics and is longer than the released version.
Still Would Stand All Time (5:21) Alternate version. Prince sings all the backing vocals unlike the released version which features The Steeles.
New Power Generation [#2] (5:59) Alternate version. This is the complete version of the song that joins together "Pt I" and "Pt II."
Love Machine [#3] (0:39) Alternate version. This is Morris Day and Jerome Benton recording part of the song to Elisa Fiorillo's pre-recorded vocals.
The Question Of U [#1] (2:06) Alternate version. This is an orchestrated instrumental version that was probably intended for use in the Graffiti Bridge film.
The Question Of U [#2] (1:56) Alternate version. This is another orchestrated instrumental version.
We Can Funk [#5] (10:25) Alternate version. Much longer and rawer than the released version.
Soul Psychodelicide [#1] (11:01) Unreleased. Prince and George Clinton collaborated on this song. This version incoporates snippets of "Graffiti Bridge," "Elephants & Flowers," and "We Can Funk."
Soul Psychodelicide [#2] (8:20) Unreleased. This version is a bit sparser, with many musical differences.
Soul Psychodelicide [#3] (8:33) Unreleased. This version begins with an a capella portion sung by Kim Basinger. This has more instrumental parts than the others.
Soul Psychodelicide [#4] (5:52) Unreleased. This is the most polished version, with very different music and vocals from the others.

1990
Much of this material was recorded for the Diamonds And Pearls album, along with tracks recorded for other artists. Also included in this category are outtakes from George Clinton's second Paisley Park album, Hey Man...Smell My Finger. Prince possibly worked on some of the tracks, but this is not confirmed.
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Total time: 3 hours, 50 minutes, 6 seconds
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Get Satisfied [#1] (5:03) Alternate version from an unreleased Paisley Park in-house cassette titled The Ryde Dyvine Sampler. unreleased cassette
Dis Beat Disrupts [#1] (4:46) Alternate version from an unreleased Paisley Park in-house cassette titled The Ryde Dyvine Sampler. unreleased cassette
Get Satisfied [#2] (4:44) Longer than the released version.
We Can Funk [#6] (6:44) Alternate version.
Dis Beat Disrupts [#2] (4:16) Longer than the released version.
Oilspill (4:45) Unreleased.
I Need Love (3:43) Unreleased.
Way Up (6:05) Longer than the released version.
Dope Dog (5:10) Unreleased.
Steal The P (3:16) Unreleased.
The Flag Was Still There (9:17) Longer than the released version.
Kickback (5:58) Longer than the released version.
Some O' Disc & Some O' DAT (KYP) (5:01) Unreleased.
Rhythm And Rhyme (7:11) Longer than the released version.
The Big Pump (4:23) Longer than the released version.
Booty (3:26) Released as the b-side of "Paint The White House Black.".
We Can Funk [#7] (7:35) Alternate version.
My Pony (3:52) Unreleased.
Thieves In The Temple (5:21) Alternate version. Prince's original acoustic demo with some different lyrics.
Jealous Again (11:39) Unreleased. This mostly instrumental jam is from a Nude tour rehearsal on April 21, 1990.
DAT Intro (2:23) Unreleased. This recording was played over the PA before concerts on the Nude tour.
Electric Man (2:21) Unreleased. Prince began performing this embryo of a song on 1986's Parade tour, this recording is from the August 31, 1990 Nude tour show in Tokyo.
Live 4 Love (6:59) Alternate version. Very different vocals, and sparser music.
Daddy Pop (5:58) Alternate version. Different music and arrangement throughout.
Walk Don't Walk (3:02) Alternate version. Rawer instrumentation.
Schoolyard (4:31) Unreleased.
The Flow [#1] (8:12) Alternate version. Radically different from the version released in 1992.
Something Funky (This House Comes) (3:52) Unreleased. Tony M. raps introductions to the members of the NPG.
Horny Pony (4:29) Alternate version. Very different music and vocals.
Willing And Able (5:40) Alternate version. Sparser instrumentation.
Insatiable (8:06) Alternate version. Contains extra lyrics not in the released one.
Oobey Doop (4:27) Unreleased. Intended for release on the "New Power Generation" 12" maxi-single. Lead vocals by Elisa Fiorillo. early New Power Generation 12'' tracklist
My Tree (4:04) Unreleased. Intended for release on the "New Power Generation" 12" maxi-single.
Eliminate The Negative (2:16) Unreleased. Intended for release on the "New Power Generation" 12" maxi-single. Also known as "A Positive Place."
Play (3:41) Unreleased. Intended for release on the "New Power Generation" 12" maxi-single. Also known as "Come Outside And Play." handwritten lyric sheet
Heaven Is Keeping Score (1:09) Unreleased. Intended for release on the "New Power Generation" 12" maxi-single.
Tony's Iggnant Mix (4:16) Alternate version of the song released as "Brother With A Purpose."
Cream (4:23) Alternate version. Different parts throughout.
Hey Louie Louie (3:00) Unreleased. Features vocals by Tony M. and Prince. Was offered to Louie Louie.
Get Blue (4:29) Prince's unreleased version of the song released on Louie Louie's 1993 album, Let's Get Started.
Well Done (3:36) Prince's unreleased version of the song released on The Steeles' 1993 album, Heaven Help Us All.
Love...Thy Will Be Done [#1] (4:03) Prince's unreleased version of the song released on Martika's 1991 album, Martika's Kitchen.
Love...Thy Will Be Done [#2] (4:58) This unreleased version features Prince and Martika sharing lead vocals.
Martika's Kitchen (4:14) Prince's unreleased version of the song released on Martika's 1991 album, Martika's Kitchen.
Spirit (4:29) Prince's unreleased version of the song released on Martika's 1991 album, Martika's Kitchen.
Don't Say U Love Me (4:41) Prince's unreleased version of the song released on Martika's 1991 album, Martika's Kitchen.
Open Book (4:50) Prince's unreleased version of the song originally intended for Martika's Martika's Kitchen album. It was eventually released on Jevetta Steele's Here It Is album in 1993.
Work That Fat (4:26) Unreleased. It uses much of the music from "Martika's Kitchen."

1991
The material from this period is from several different projects, including Carmen Electra's debut album, and other associated artists.
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Total time: 3 hours, 29 minutes, 52 seconds
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Glam Slam '91 [#1] (5:21) Unreleased. Many of the lyrics were later used in "Gett Off."
Glam Slam '91 [#2] (5:16) Unreleased. This version was played on Minneapolis radio station WLOL on January 6, 1991. Contains a number of differences from version #1.
Do Anything (3:49) Alternate version. This song was played on Minneapolis radio station WLOL in January 1991. It's by the group Natural Selection, with Ingrid Chavez on some vocals. The song was later released on Natural Selection's debut album, without Ingrid's vocals. It's long been rumored that Prince was involved with this song, but it's unlikely.
Uh-Huh! (6:21) Unreleased. Prince recorded this song based on the popular Diet Pepsi commercial jingle, and apparently offered it to Ray Charles.
Power From Above [#1] (4:31) Unreleased. Intended as the original opening track to Carmen Electra's debut album. The chorus is borrowed from the unreleased "We Got The Power." Prince and Patti LaBelle on some vocals. original album tracklist
Carmen On Top (3:42) Unreleased. Intended for Carmen Electra's debut album.
Go Carmen Go (4:33) Unreleased. Intended for Carmen Electra's debut album.
Powerline (4:02) Unreleased. Intended for Carmen Electra's debut album. Prominent Prince vocals in the chorus.
All That (5:28) Alternate version. The samples from Prince's "Adore" are more obvious than in the released version.
This Is My House (4:04) Alternate version. Different music.
The Juice (4:06) Unreleased. Intended for Carmen Electra's debut album.
Power From Above [#2] (4:35) Unreleased. Contains a chant of "we will not give up the fight" at the beginning that's not in version #1.
Fun (Final Long Version) (5:44) Alternate version. From an in-house Paisley Park Records promo cassette. rare promo cassette
Mo' Fun (2:01) Unreleased. This was the b-side of the unreleased cassette single of "Fun." Also known as "Fun (Pt II)." unreleased cassette single
Fantasia Erotica (2:57) Alternate verison. This is a mostly instrumental remix.
Player (3:49) Unreleased.
I Wonder (3:26) Unreleased.
The Voice [#1] (4:45) Prince's unreleased version of the song released on Mavis Staples' 1993 album, The Voice.
The Voice [#2] (4:59) Alternate version. This is an unreleased remix featuring a Tony M. rap. An edit of this remix was intended as the b-side on an unreleased cassette single of the song. unreleased cassette single
The Voice [#3] (1:47) Alternate version. This is an incomplete portion of the song with slightly different instrumentation and backing vocals.
I Hear Your Voice (4:29) Prince's unreleased version of the song released on Patti LaBelle's 1991 album, Burnin'.
Hey, U (5:19) Unreleased. This song was intended for release by Margie Cox. The studio version is not circulating; this recording is from an MC Flash rehearsal.
Gett Off (9:22) Alternate version. This is the "Damn Near 10 Minute" mix of the song that was included only on the rare one-sided promo 12" single Prince issued to select outlets on his 33rd birthday, June 7, 1991. one-sided promo single
Violet The Organ Grinder (5:00) Alternate version. Slightly different mix. It is possible this may not be an authentic alternate version.
Gangster Glam (Gangster Groove Mix) (11:47) Alternate version. Unreleased remix. Remixes were made of the track "Gangster Glam" from the "Gett Off" 12" maxi-single. Steve "Silk" Hurley was involved in some of these mixes. All feature some different vocals and music.
Gangster Glam (Gangster Mental Mix) (4:40) Alternate version. Unreleased remix.
Gangster Glam (Hurley's House Mix) (11:34) Alternate version. Unreleased remix.
Gangster Glam (Hurley's House Dub) (6:23) Alternate version. Unreleased remix.
Gangster Glam (Hurley's House 7") (4:24) Alternate version. Unreleased remix.
Gangster Glam (Gangster Groove 7") (4:06) Alternate version. Unreleased remix.
Letter 4 Miles (4:42) Unreleased. Instrumental track paying tribute to Miles Davis. Also known as "Miles Is Not Dead."
Allegiance (3:38) Prince's unreleased version of the song released on Howard Hewett's 1992 album, Allegiance.
Hold Me (4:33) Prince's unreleased version of the song originally intended for Rosie Gaines or Anita Baker, before it was eventually released on Jevetta Steele's 1993 album, Here It Is.
The Thunder Ballet (10:50) This is an extended version of the song "Thunder" from the Diamonds And Pearls album that was used in the Joffrey Ballet's Billboards production. This was recorded from the home video release of one of the performances.
Heaven Must Be Near (Extended Mix) (7:06) Alternate version. Unreleased remix. These mixes are from an unreleased 12" maxi-single of the song, with remixes by Larry Robinson. unreleased 12'' single
Heaven Must Be Near (House Mix) (6:05) Alternate version. Unreleased remix.
Heaven Must Be Near (Quiet Storm Mix) (7:14) Alternate version. Unreleased remix.
Heaven Must Be Near (The Heavenly Mix) (7:08) Alternate version. Unreleased remix.
Heaven Must Be Near (The Closest Thing 2 Heaven Mix) (6:16) Alternate version. Unreleased remix.

1992
Material from this period includes tracks for the Symbol album, the aborted I'll Do Anything soundtrack project, and work for some side projects. Also included are tracks recorded for the unreleased Rosie Gaines album Concrete Jungle, which probably included some input from Prince.
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Total time: 2 hours, 26 minutes, 34 seconds
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Album Intro (1:40) Unreleased. This is from the original version of the Symbol album, before most of the segues were removed from the album to make room for "Eye Wanna Melt With U." This intro segued directly into "My Name Is Prince." original album artwork
Segue [#1] (0:58) Unreleased. This was the original segue between "Sexy MF" and "Love 2 The 9's."
Segue [#2] (2:00) Alternate version. This was the original segue between "Blue Light" and "Sweet Baby," and is longer than the released one.
Segue [#3] (0:39) Unreleased. This was the original segue between "Sweet Baby" and "The Continental."
The Flow [#2] (2:37) Alternate version. Doesn't contain the "Minneapolis" chant in the chorus that's in the released version.
Segue [#4] (0:40) Unreleased. This was the original segue between "The Flow" and "7," and was later used in the intro to the "7" promo video.
Segue [#5] (0:15) Unreleased. This was the original segue between "7" and "And God Created Woman."
Segue [#6] (0:33) Unreleased. This was the original segue between "3 Chains O' Gold" and "The Sacrifice Of Victor."
The Sacrifice Of Victor (6:01) Alternate version. Contains a few seconds of extra music.
Sexy MF (6:03) Alternate version. Unreleased remix.
The Continental (5:33) Alternate version. Unreleased remix.
The Max (3:17) Alternate instrumental version.
Sex (5:37) Alternate version. This is the version of the song that Prince reworked for use by Lois Lane, and was released on their 1992 album, Precious.
5 Women (5:17) Alternate version. Originally released on Joe Cocker's 1992 album Night Calls, and Prince's version was released on The Vault...Old Friends 4 Sale in 1999. This is missing the horns of Prince's released version.
The Rest Of My Life (1:38) Alternate version. Prince recorded this and other tracks for inclusion in the James L. Brooks film I'll Do Anything. When the movie was released in 1994, Prince's songs had been cut. This was later released on The Vault...Old Friends 4 Sale in 1999. This is missing the horns of the released version.
Make Believe (1:30) Unreleased. Intended for the I'll Do Anything film.
I'll Do Anything (3:11) Unreleased. Intended for the I'll Do Anything film.
Empty Room [#1] (1:59) Unreleased. Intended for the I'll Do Anything film.
Be My Mirror (2:37) Unreleased. Intended for the I'll Do Anything film.
I Can't Love U Anymore (3:11) Unreleased. Intended for the I'll Do Anything film.
Poor Little Bastard (3:32) Unreleased. Recorded during the sessions for I'll Do Anything.
I'll Do Anything Medley (7:38) Unreleased. This is a medley of songs that Prince recorded for I'll Do Anything, with vocals by a chorus of actors. Includes parts of the unreleased "Wow."
51 Hours [#1] (3:22) Unreleased. Prince recorded this techno song with Diamond and Pearl. This was aired on a Spanish radio station in the summer of 1992.
51 Hours [#2] (4:21) Unreleased. This is a more polished version of the song from an unreleased 12" single of the song. unreleased 12'' single
Thieves In The Temple Intro (1:48) Unreleased. This instrumental often preceded "Thieves In The Temple" during concerts. This recording is from the June 24, 1992 Diamonds And Pearls tour show in London.
My Name Is Bart (4:56) Unreleased. This song was intended for release in 1993 on an album featuring TV's The Simpsons titled The Yellow Album. The album was eventually released in 1999, and Prince had chosen to withdraw the track. Nancy Cartwright as Bart Simpson sings different lyrics to the music of "My Name Is Prince."
The Ryde Dyvine [#1] (4:05) Unreleased. Part of this song was heard on The Ryde Dyvine TV special aired in 1992. This is an "uncensored" version from an unreleased Paisley Park in-house cassette titled The Ryde Dyvine Sampler. unreleased cassette
MPLS (12 Inch Mix) [#1] (7:00) Alternate version. Unreleased remix of the song that was later released on the 1-800-NEW-FUNK album. From an unreleased Minneapolis CD single. unreleased CD single
The Ryde Dyvine [#2] (4:17) Unreleased. Also from the unreleased Minneapolis CD single. This is a different mix of the song and is also a "censored" version. unreleased CD single
MPLS [#2] (4:13) Alternate version. This is a different mix of the song from an unreleased "MPLS" promo video. clips from unreleased video
The P (3:21) Unreleased. Was offered to Tevin Campbell for his I'm Ready album, but he turned it down.
Hit U In The Socket (3:53) Alternate version. Very different from the remixed version of the song released through the NPG Music Club in 2001. This and the next ten songs were intended for release by Rosie Gaines as the album Concrete Jungle on Paisley Park Records in 1994, but the album was cancelled when the label was terminated. The album evolved into Closer Than Close, which was released by Motown in 1995.
Try Me (4:48) Unreleased.
Lost In The Wilderness (3:14) Unreleased.
Swing Hard (2:49) Unreleased.
Do What U Wanna Do (5:44) Longer than the released version.
Crazy Mutha Funky (3:45) Unreleased.
Greatest Touch (3:13) Unreleased.
Play The Beat (3:28) Unreleased.
Jah Love (3:51) Unreleased.
We The People (1:32) Unreleased. Unknown male spoken vocals, Rosie sings background.
Poor Little Girl (6:28) Unreleased.

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NEW: Prince "Testament volume 2: 1985-1989" - 1CD-ROM - almost 12 hours of outtakes

Volume 2: 1985 To 1989
1985 - 1989

Total time: 11 hours, 52 minutes, 29 seconds



1985
Many of these songs are from sessions for the Parade album, along with work on Mazarati's debut album. Other songs were also recorded at this time for various projects.

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Total time: 2 hours, 16 minutes, 2 seconds
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When Doves Scream (3:35) This is a "punk" version of "When Doves Cry" recorded from a 1985 tour rehearsal.
Possessed [#3] (4:22) Unreleased. This song was occasionally performed live on the Purple Rain tour, and is quite different from the earlier unreleased studio version. This recording is from the Prince and the Revolution Live home video that was recorded at the March 30, 1985 show in Syracuse, New York.
Wendy's Parade (2:08) This is the original unreleased version of the song that eventually evolved into "Christopher Tracy's Parade."
I Wonder U (1:34) Alternate version. Unlike the released one, this version is sung as a duet between Prince and Wendy.
Others Here With Us (2:40) Unreleased.
Old Friends 4 Sale [#1] (3:31) Alternate version. Very different lyrics from the version recorded in 1991 that was released on The Vault...Old Friends 4 Sale in 1999.
All My Dreams (7:19) Unreleased.
Girls And Boys (5:41) Alternate version. Slightly different beginning and ending.
Love Or $ (4:13) Alternate version. Different music and vocals throughout.
Old Friends 4 Sale [#2] (3:42) Alternate version. Different intro and includes some orchestration.
Drawers Burnin' (4:13) Unreleased. No studio version is known to exist. This song is from Prince's June 7, 1985 show at the Prom Center in St. Paul.
Kiss [#1] (1:16) Alternate version. Prince's very raw demo he gave to Mazarati as a guide for use on their debut album.
Kiss [#2] (4:04) Mazarati's unreleased version of Prince's song. After hearing this, Prince reclaimed the song for his own use on Parade.
Jerk Out (7:06) Mazarati's unreleased version of the song Prince later gave to The Time for use on their 1990 Pandemonium album. Very different lyrics in parts.
100 MPH [#2] (7:22) Alternate version. This includes a long instrumental intro not included on Mazarati's album version.
Kiss (Instrumental) (4:25) This is from the karaoke portion of the The Artist Formerly Known As Prince Interactive CD-ROM.
G-Spot [#2] bass (4:57) This is Prince's bass guitar track from his recording of the song that was released on the 1987 Jill Jones album.
G-Spot [#2] guitar (3:29) This is Prince's guitar track from his recording of the song that was released on the 1987 Jill Jones album.
G-Spot [#2] piano (1:15) This is Prince's piano track from his recording of the song that was released on the 1987 Jill Jones album.
G-Spot [#2] (4:59) This is an alternate mix of the song released on the 1987 Jill Jones album.
Heaven (7:11) Unreleased.
Strange Relationship (4:24) Alternate version. Different music and vocals throughout. This version was from the aborted Dream Factory album.
Teacher, Teacher (3:05) Unreleased. From an early configuration of the aborted Dream Factory album.
Neon Telephone (3:50) Prince's unreleased version of the song he later gave to Three O'Clock for use on their 1988 Paisley Park album, Vermillion.
Sexual Suicide (3:33) Alternate version. Quite different mix from the one later released on Crystal Ball. Was placed in an early edit of the Under The Cherry Moon film.
Go (1:04) Unreleased. This is an incomplete excerpt of the song.
Suzie Lovelace (5:16) Unreleased. Little is known about this song. It is possibly Brown Mark or Terry Casey of Mazarati on vocals. Prince's involvement is questionable.
Eternity (3:39) This is Prince's unreleased version of a song he gave to George Clinton for use on an aborted Vanessa Williams album. It was later released by Sheena Easton, and covered by Chaka Khan.
Dream Factory [#1] (2:40) Alternate version. This is shorter than the version later released on 1998's Crystal Ball, but there are some musical differences near the end.
Can I Play With U? (4:10) Unreleased. Prince recorded this song for Miles Davis for possible inclusion on his Tutu album.
U Gotta Shake Something (15:19) Unreleased. This was recorded at the end of 1985 for possible use on an aborted Prince project called "The Flesh."

1986
Many of these songs were recorded for use on the Dream Factory album, which was going to be Prince and the Revolution's follow-up to the Parade album. The project was aborted when the Revolution was disbanded, and Prince went to work on the planned three-record Crystal Ball album. Prince also considered releasing an album under the pseudonym Camille at this time, and an album was assembled. Both of these projects were abandoned, and many of the songs were released on the two-record Sign "O'" The Times album.
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Total time: 3 hours, 40 minutes, 35 seconds
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It's A Wonderful Day [#1] (3:41) Unreleased. From an early configuration of the aborted Dream Factory album.
It's A Wonderful Day [#2] (0:57) Unreleased. This excerpt of the song was heard in the Under The Cherry Moon film, and has some slightly different music.
Euphoria Highway (2:04) Unreleased. Jill Jones sings the intro. Prince gave this song to George Clinton for possible use on an aborted Vanessa Williams project.
Power Fantastic (6:10) Alternate version. Contains an instrumental introduction not included on the version released on The Hits / The B-Sides in 1993.
Wonderful Ass [#1] (6:16) Unreleased.
Wonderful Ass [#2] (10:02) Unreleased. This is an extended version, and there are a few other musical differences throughout.
Wonderful Ass [#3] (6:18) Unreleased. This is essentially an edit of version #2.
Witness 4 The Prosecution [#1] (3:57) Unreleased.
Movie Star [#1] (4:07) Alternate version. Has some lyrics that were deleted from the version released on Crystal Ball in 1998.
A Place In Heaven [#1] (2:50) Unreleased. Prince on lead vocals.
Witness 4 The Prosecution [#2] (3:57) Unreleased. Contains some backing vocals and horns not in version #1. This is the version intended for the aborted Dream Factory album.
Movie Star [#2] (4:26) Alternate version. This version with the spoken ending was intended for the aborted Dream Factory album.
A Place In Heaven [#2] (2:43) Unreleased. This version features Lisa Coleman on lead vocals, and is the version intended for the aborted Dream Factory album.
Visions (2:12) Alternate version. This piano piece by Lisa was the intro to the Dream Factory album. An abbreviated version of the song was released as "Minneapolis #1" on a 3" CD included with some copies of Wendy & Lisa's Eroica album.
Dream Factory [#2] (3:30) Alternate version. Includes part of "Nevaeh Ni Ecalp A" (a backwards portion of "A Place In Heaven") in the beginning. This version was the title track for the aborted Dream Factory album.
Crystal Ball [#1] (11:10) Alternate version. Longer than the version released in 1998.
Crystal Ball [#2] (9:55) Alternate version. Includes an echo on Prince's voice not on the released one, along with some musical differences.
Crystal Ball [#3] (9:29) Alternate version. This is an edit of version #2, and is the version intended for the aborted Dream Factory album.
Big Tall Wall (5:52) Unreleased. From an early configuration of the aborted Dream Factory album.
Get On Up (4:32) Prince's unreleased cover version of a song by The Esquires. Parts of the song were later used in "Everybody Get On Up" on Carmen Electra's 1993 album.
In A Large Room With No Light (3:13) Unreleased. Often mistakenly titled "Welcome 2 The Ratrace."
Interlude (0:59) Unreleased. This track was intended as a segue between "Starfish And Coffee" and "I Could Never Take The Place Of Your Man" on the aborted Dream Factory album.
Baby Go-Go (3:28) Prince's unreleased version of the song released on Nona Hendryx's 1987 album, Female Trouble.
Data Bank [#1] (7:44) Prince's unreleased version of the song released on The Time's 1990 album, Pandemonium.
Girl O' My Dreams [#1] (1:25) Prince's version of the song later released by T.C. Ellis on his 1991 Paisley Park album, True Confessions.
Can't Stop This Feeling I Got [#1] (2:06) Alternate version. Very different from the version released on Graffiti Bridge in 1990.
We Can Funk [#1] (5:29) Alternate version. Very different from the version released on Graffiti Bridge in 1990.
Girl O' My Dreams [#2] (1:23) Slightly different mix of version #1.
Can't Stop This Feeling I Got [#2] (2:05) Slightly different mix of version #1.
We Can Funk [#2] (5:32) Slightly different mix of version #1.
We Can Funk [#3] (5:53) Another slightly different mix. The vocals are more prominent in this version.
Train (4:18) Prince's unreleased version of the song released on Mavis Staples' 1989 album, Time Waits For No One. This version was intended for the aborted Dream Factory album.
Sign "O'" The Times (3:40) Alternate version. Has some slightly different music and vocals near the end. This version was intended for the aborted Dream Factory album.
I Could Never Take The Place Of Your Man (6:50) Alternate version. Longer than the released version, and has a different arrangement. This version was intended for the aborted Dream Factory album.
Joy In Repetition [#1] (5:30) Alternate version. The beginning is very different from the version released on Graffiti Bridge in 1990.
The Ball (4:35) Unreleased. Much of the music from this song was later used in "Eye No" on Lovesexy in 1988.
Joy In Repetition [#2] (5:08) Alternate version. This version segues from "The Ball."
An Honest Man (3:37) Alternate version. This recording is from an aftershow at Le New Morning Club in Paris on August 24, 1986. This version is very different from the one released on Crystal Ball in 1998.
Susannah's Blues (5:22) Unreleased. This is also from the August 24, 1986 Le New Morning Club aftershow. Prince's father plays piano.
It's Gonna Be A Beautiful Night (8:47) Alternate version. This is a recording from the August 25, 1986 concert in Paris on the Parade tour. The version on the Sign "O'" The Times album is based on this recording. Most of the lyrics and studio effects were added later.
Crucial [#1] (7:16) Alternate version. Very different mix from the one released on the Crystal Ball compilation in 1998. This version has a long saxophone solo.
Crucial [#2] (7:27) Alternate version. Has a long guitar solo instead of the saxophone solo.
Witness 4 The Prosecution [#3] (4:45) Unreleased. Completely different recording of the song from the previous versions.
Rebirth Of The Flesh (5:00) Unreleased. This song was intended as the opening track on the original Crystal Ball, segued into "Play In The Sunshine." It was also intended for the Camille album.
Play In The Sunshine (4:55) Alternate version. The sound of gun shots can be heard at the beginning of the song, which is not on the released version.

1987
This material encompasses the period after Prince completed the Sign "O'" The Times album, and throughout 1987, including sessions for the Lovesexy album.
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Total time: 54 minutes, 5 seconds
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Wouldn't You Love To Love Me? [#3] (6:09) Prince's version of the song Taja Sevelle released on her 1987 album. This version was originally offered to Michael Jackson. The sound quality is poor.
Housequake (Razormaid Remix) (7:42) Alternate version. Prince commissioned the DJ remix service Razormaid to create this remix of the song. Prince didn't like the results, so he never released it (but it was circulated on some Razormaid remix compilations).
What Did I Do? (9:16) Unreleased. This song was performed during Prince's aftershow performance at the Le New Morning Club in Paris on June 15, 1987. He improvised the lyrics, and even the title is tentative.
If I Love U 2nite [#2] (3:43) Prince's version of the song he gave Mica Paris for use on her 1991 Contribution album. This was recorded from a mispressed 12" single of Mica's version of the song that mistakenly included Prince's version also.
If I Love U 2nite [#3] (4:12) This version is longer, and has a slightly different mix.
The Sex Of It (3:31) Prince's version of the song he gave to Kid Creole And The Coconuts for use on their 1990 Private Waters In The Great Divide album.
U [#2] (4:16) Prince's version of the song he gave to Paula Abdul for use on her 1991 Spellbound album. Was first recorded as "You" during The Rebels sessions in 1979.
Positivity (7:45) Alternate version. Includes a rap by Cat that was originally used in "Cindy C."
The Line (7:31) Unreleased. Also known as "Cross The Line." Originally intended for the Lovesexy album.

1988
Much of this material was recorded before and while Prince was on 1988's Lovesexy tour, and throughout the remainder of 1988, including sessions for the first unreleased Madhouse 24 album.
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Total time: 2 hours, 20 minutes, 16 seconds
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I Wish U Heaven (3:06) Alternate version. Features a brief guitar part where there's a synth on the released one.
Alphabet St. (7:54) Alternate version. Was probably intended as a remix for inclusion on the 12" single.
Alphabet St. (acoustic) (4:28) Alternate version. This is an interesting improvised take of the song.
Eye No (2:30) Alternate version. This is an unreleased remix with different music and partly different vocals.
Fuschia Light (4:16) Unreleased. Was intended for Tony LeMans, but it wasn't included on his debut Paisley Park album in 1989.
Different Kinda Thing (4:43) Alternate version of the song released by Tony LeMans on his 1989 Paisley Park Records album.
Electric Chair [#1] (7:02) Alternate version. This is considerably longer than the released version.
Pink Cashmere (6:04) Alternate version. Uses synths instead of the orchestration of the version released in 1993.
Intermission (2:58) Unreleased. This recording was played over the PA before the second part of the concerts on the Lovesexy tour.
Rave Unto The Joy Fantastic (5:20) Alternate version. Contains some musical differences near the end. Prince assembled an album in late 1988 with this as the title song, but he abandoned the project when he started work on the Batman album. He offered the song for use in the Batman film, but it was rejected. It was eventually released in 1999 as the title track of the Rave Un2 The Joy Fantastic album.
If I Had A Harem (2:16) Unreleased. Quite different from the song Prince played during the Lovesexy tour. Intended for the unreleased version of the Rave Unto The Joy Fantastic album assembled in 1988.
God Is Alive [#1] (6:20) Unreleased. Includes vocals by Prince and Mavis Staples.
God Is Alive [#2] (2:35) Unreleased. This is the end portion of the song, but without the guitar solos of version #1.
People Without (9:39) Unreleased. This song was performed at a few aftershows on the Lovesexy tour, but no studio version is known to exist. This version is from the August 18, 1988 aftershow at the Het Paard Van Troje club in Rotterdam, Holland. This was the first public performance of the song, and much of it was improvised on the spot.
If U Let Me Undress U (1:18) Unreleased. This short tune was played during the piano portion of the August 21, 1988 Lovesexy tour show in Copenhagen, Denmark. No studio version is known to exist.
Blues In C (If I Had A Harem) (4:51) Unreleased. This was performed regularly throughout the Lovesexy tour, and the live version is quite different from the studio one. This version is from the September 9, 1988 show in Dortmund, Germany which was aired on TV and released on home video in some countries.
We Got The Power [#1] (3:32) Unreleased. Some of the chorus to this song were later used in "Batdance" and in Carmen Electra's unreleased "Power From Above." This song has also been called "Dance With Power" by some sources.
We Got The Power [#2] (0:36) Unreleased. This portion of the song was synched to footage in an early unreleased trailer for the Batman film.
The Voice Inside (5:09) Unreleased. Intended for the unreleased 1988 version of the Rave Unto The Joy Fantastic album, segued into "Melody Cool."
Cookie Jar (5:27) Unreleased. This is Prince's version of a song originally recorded by Parlet, a side project of George Clinton's.
Girl Power (6:47) Unreleased. This song was recorded by Prince and Sheila E. for her intended fourth album with Prince that was scrapped.
17 (Penetration) (4:51) Unreleased. This was the opening track to the planned third Madhouse album titled 24, which was never released.
18 (R U Legal Yet?) (4:07) Unreleased. From the unreleased Madhouse 24 album.
19 (Jailbait) (4:48) Unreleased. From the unreleased Madhouse 24 album. Prince later changed the title to "The Batman Theme" and offered it for inclusion in the Batman film, but it was declined.
20 (A Girl And Her Puppy) (4:18) Unreleased. From the unreleased Madhouse 24 album.
21-24 (The Dopamine Rush Suite) (18:34) Unreleased. From the unreleased Madhouse 24 album. This track encompasses the following four songs in one continuous suite: "21 (The Dopamine Rush)," "22 (Amsterdam)," "23 (Spanish Eros)," and "24 (Orgasm)." Much of "21" was released as "The Dopamine Rush" on the Eric Leeds album Times Squared in 1991.
Instrumental (6:47) Unreleased. Little is known about this song. Some attribute it as being a Madhouse instrumental.

1989
Sessions include work on the Batman and Graffiti Bridge soundtrack albums, and the unreleased Corporate World album.
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Total time: 2 hours, 41 minutes, 31 seconds
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Dance With The Devil (7:54) Unreleased. This song was planned for use in the Batman film and soundtrack, but was replaced by "Batdance."
Batdance (8:55) Alternate version. This is much longer than the released one, and includes many parts that were deleted.
Electric Chair [#2] (7:41) Alternate version. This is an unreleased instrumental remix.
Partyman (6:50) Unreleased remix.
Murph Drag (5:09) Unreleased. This was intended as the opening track on an unreleased album by The Time titled Corporate World. Prince recorded the album with Morris Day and Jerome Benton. The album was scrapped when the other members of The Time became involved in the recording. Many of the Corporate World tracks were salvaged and used on Graffiti Bridge and The Time's Pandemonium album in 1990.
9 Lives (3:58) Unreleased. From the unreleased Corporate World album. Prince later offered this song to Cat for her proposed solo album.
Donald Trump (Black Version) (4:33) Alternate version. Prince backing vocals are very audible in parts. From the unreleased Corporate World album.
Data Bank [#2] (5:25) Alternate version. Slightly different mix. From the unreleased Corporate World album.
Corporate World (4:09) The unreleased title track to the Corporate World album.
The Latest Fashion (4:06) Alternate version. Very different music and vocals from the version released on Graffiti Bridge. From the unreleased Corporate World album.
My Summertime Thang [#1] (7:14) Alternate version. Very different in parts, including a funny dialogue featuring Prince. From the unreleased Corporate World album.
My Summertime Thang [#2] (4:25) Alternate mostly instrumental version. From the unreleased Corporate World album.
Good Man [#1] (4:04) Unreleased. Prince's version of the song also recorded for the unreleased MC Flash album.
Your Love Is So Hard (5:21) Unreleased.
R U There? (3:06) Unreleased. This was intended as the opening track on an unreleased album by MC Flash that was planned for release on Paisley Park Records. The band was essentially Dr. Mambo's Combo and featured Margie Cox (former lead vocalist of the Jesse Johnson project Ta Mara and the Seen), Sonny T., Michael B., and Tommy Barbarella. Prince and Levi Seacer were heavily involved in writing and recording for the project.
Brand New Boy (4:29) Unreleased. Prominent Prince backing vocals. From the unreleased MC Flash album.
Warden In The Prison Of Love (4:47) Unreleased. From the unreleased MC Flash album.
Bed Of Roses (4:12) Unreleased. From the unreleased MC Flash album.
Good Man [#2] (4:34) Unreleased. Lead vocals by guitarist Billy Franze. From the unreleased MC Flash album.
Whistlin' Kenny (2:48) From the unreleased MC Flash album. Was later released as the b-side of Margie Cox's "Standing At The Altar" single. cassette single
We Can Hang (3:00) Unreleased. From the unreleased MC Flash album.
Curious Blue (6:14) Unreleased. From the unreleased MC Flash album.
Girls Will Be Girls (8:37) Unreleased. From the unreleased MC Flash album. Also known as "Boys Will Be Boys."
Good Body Every Evening (2:14) Unreleased. From the unreleased MC Flash album. Also known as "Goodbye."
Boom Boom (4:08) Unreleased. This was recorded by Prince and Jill Jones for Jill's planned (but never completed) second album on Paisley Park Records. An unreleased video also exists for this song. clips from unreleased video
Flesh And Blood (5:07) Unreleased. From the planned second Jill Jones album.
My Baby Knows How To Love Me (4:58) Unreleased. From the planned second Jill Jones album.
Miss Thang (2:39) Alternate version. This is Prince's original version of the T.C. Ellis song before Junior Vasquez remixed it for release.
Mind Bells (3:32) Prince's unreleased version of the song he gave the Japanese artist Kahoru Kohiruimaki for her Time The Motion album.
Bliss (4:06) Prince's unreleased version of the song he gave the Japanese artist Kahoru Kohiruimaki for her Time The Motion album.
Me Touch Myself (3:38) Unreleased.
Seven Corners (4:39) Unreleased. Lead vocals by Ingrid Chavez. Some of the lyrics to the song were heard in the Graffiti Bridge film.
Number One (3:47) Unreleased. Features vocals by Robin Power and samples "Elephants & Flowers." A portion was heard in the Graffiti Bridge film.
Undercover Lover (1:12) Unreleased. Lead vocals by Robin Power. This incomplete portion of the song was aired on the New Power Generation radio show on December 2, 1989 in Minneapolis.

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