Album: Anthology: 1995-2010

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Anthology: 1995-2010

Anthology: 1995-2010 album artwork

Album details


Released: 17 August 2018
Length: 196:55
Label(s): NPG Records and Legacy Recordings
Studio(s): Paisley Park Studios, Chanhassen, MN, USA

Charts, Certifications & Awards


Charts
This album has not charted in the USA
Certifications
This album has not received any certifications in the USA
Awards
This album has not received any awards in the USA

Singles released


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Anthology: 1995-2010 is the seventh compilation album of Prince's studio work, and the third official posthumous album release, released with no prior announcement in August 2018 as the first Prince release through a new deal through Sony's Legacy Recordings covering Prince's post-Warner Bros. independent output (some of which was originally released as SymbolSmallerBlue.png). As such, this was the first compilation to include material from this era, although a few tracks were included from SymbolSmallerBlue.png's Warner Bros. releases The Gold Experience and Chaos And Disorder.

Although billed as an anthology from 1995-2010, the tracks Dream Factory and Crucial, released on Crystal Ball in 1998, were recorded in December 1985 and September 1986 respectively. Additionally, many of the tracks originally released on The Gold Experience and Chaos And Disorder (along with Strays Of The World, released on Crystal Ball, were recorded in 1993 or 1994. The "1995-2010" designation refers only to original release dates, therefore.

The 37 tracks come from 20 albums released from 1995-2010, and all are studio tracks with the exception of Empty Room, taken from the C-Note live album, and never released in studio form. All 20 albums were made available for streaming on the same day as the compilation's release, under the same deal with Sony's Legacy Recordings (One Nite Alone... Live! and One Nite Alone... The Aftershow: It Ain't Over were also made available to stream, though they were not represented on this release).

Most albums were represented by only one track on the album. Chaos And Disorder, Emancipation, Rave Un2 The Joy Fantastic, Musicology, The Chocolate Invasion and Lotusflow3r were all represented by two songs each, while Crystal Ball, The Rainbow Children and Planet Earth were represented by three songs each. The Gold Experience had a much stronger representation than any other album, with six tracks from the album.

Notably absent was The Most Beautiful Girl In The World, Prince's first release under the name SymbolSmallerBlue.png (also his first release independent of Warner Bros.). It is unclear if this is because rights for the track reside with Warner Bros. or if it is possibly related to an ongoing copyright infringement case involving the song. Also absent was material from Old Friends 4 Sale and the soundtrack album Girl 6, rights for which seem to reside with Warner Bros.

There were no previously-unreleased tracks on the album. The only change from previous releases appeared to be a clean fade-out on Crucial (which was overlapped with An Honest Man on Crystal Ball). Interestingly, EyeBlue.png Hate U was not, in fact, the album version, but the longer full-length version (without the NPG Operator segue overlaid on the finale), which was released with the erroneous title "Album Version" on the EyeBlue.png Hate U maxi-single.

Due to the nature of the compilation, none of the 37 tracks had appeared on a previous studio compilation album in any form.

The compilation is available to stream and download in digital form only. It is not known, but not likely a physical release was planned at any point

Promotion

Short internet-only videos were posted by Legacy Recordings to promote the album at the time of release, and a 30-second TV commercial was broadcast in Japan. Digital billboards were also posted in key promotional cities.



Track listing
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There is no CD or other physical format for this release

The digital version is the primary format for this release

  1. Emancipation (4:13)
  2. Black Sweat (3:11)
  3. P. Control (5:59)
  4. Crucial (5:08)
  5. The Love We Make (4:39)
  6. EyeBlue.png Hate U (6:07)
  7. The Greatest Romance Ever Sold (5:33)
  8. EyeBlue.png Love U, ButEyeBlue.png Don't Trust U Anymore (3:36)
  9. Gold (7:22)
  10. Guitar (3:45)
  11. Dream Factory (3:07)
  12. The Work Pt. 1 (4:28)
  13. Call My Name (5:15)
  14. Strays Of The World (5:06)
  15. Shhh (7:17)
  16. Dreamer (5:32)
  17. Chaos And Disorder (4:19)
  18. Endorphinmachine (4:06)
  19. Musicology (4:24)
  20. Northside (6:31)
  21. WhenEyeBlue.png Lay My Hands On U (3:40)
  22. Beautiful Strange (4:55)
  23. Future Soul Song (5:08)
  24. Empty Room (Live from One Nite Alone Tour 2002) (4:00)
  25. 3rd Eye (4:54)
  26. U're Gonna C Me (5:16)
  27. Dinner With Delores (2:46)
  28. Ol' Skool Company (7:30)
  29. 4ever (3:47)
  30. West (14:00)
  31. Xpedition (8:23)
  32. Muse 2 The Pharaoh (4:21)
  33. Somewhere Here On Earth (5:46)
  34. U Make My Sun Shine (7:05)
  35. 1+1+1 Is 3 (5:17)
  36. Chelsea Rodgers (5:41)
  37. We March (4:49)

All songs written by Prince, except where noted.
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Personnel
Musicians
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Production
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Thanks
  • No liner notes



Releases
LP, CD, Cassettes and Other versions
Country Format Cat. Number Comments Front Back Label 1 Label 2

Worldwide Digital B07G4RLKDJ
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Variants, Special Editions and Reissues
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Additional Information

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References
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