Album: The Very Best Of Symbol

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2002: Last December Unreleased Albums
Unreleased Albums
(Related Artists)
2002: Xenophobia
The Very Best Of

Album details

Intended Release Date: Mid. 2002 (assumed)
Label(s): NPG Records distributed by NPG Music Club
Studio(s): Paisley Park Studios, Chanhassen, MN, USA (assumed)

See also

The Very Best Of Prince
link: Album: The Very Best Of Prince
The Very Best Of is an unreleased album by announced in the One Nite Alone... tourbook as an exclusive CD available to NPG Music Club members (along with Xenophobia, Madrid 2 Chicago and Last December). Although Xenophobia was revised and released as Xpectation, the other albums were left unreleased.

Nothing else is known about the album, although from the title it seems likely that the album was a compilation of tracks recorded while Prince used the name (from 1993 to 2000), although, given licensing, it seems likely this would be restricted to master tracks owned by Prince, rather than by Warner Bros. (eliminating tracks used on The Gold Experience and Chaos And Disorder). Alternatively, it may have included some re-recordings of tracks which had been originally released by Warner Bros., but all information about the album is speculative.

The title may have been in response to Warner Bros.' release of The Very Best Of Prince, released in late July 2001, seven months before this album was announced.

Track listing
  • The album’s tracklist is unknown.

  • - all vocals and instruments, except where noted (assumed)
  • Other recording personnel details unknown

  • - producer (assumed)
  • Other production details unknown.

Additional Information


Last December
Unreleased Albums
Unreleased Albums
(Related Artists)