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[[File:Ruffenuff single.jpg|60px|border|left|link=Ruff Enuff]] On [[Prince_Vault:Selected_anniversaries/January 11|11 January, 2016]], the track [[Ruff Enuff]] by [[MonoNeon|Mono Neon]], featuring [[Prince]] as producer and musician, was released as [[Tidal]]'s ''Purple Pick of the Week'' and as a stand-alone download. A few hours later, it was replaced with a vocal version of the track, with vocoder vocals by [[Adrian Crutchfield]].
 
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[[File:Hitnrun_PHASEII_album.jpg|60px|border|left|link=Album: Hitnrun Phase Two]] On [[Prince_Vault:Selected_anniversaries/December 12|12 December, 2015]], Prince's 39th album [[Album: Hitnrun Phase Two|Hitnrun Phase Two]] was released as a  digital download through [[Tidal]] without prior announcement, expect for some seemingly random cryptic tweets via Prince's official twitter account [http://twitter.com/Prince3EG @Prince3EG]. The album is avialable through [[Tidal]] as lossless download and mp3, only as a set with [[Album: Hitnrun Phase One|Hitnrun Phase One]] and through iTunes and others in m4a/mp3 format as standalone download.
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[[File:Tidal download store.jpg|60px|border|left|link=If I Could Get Your Attention]] On [[Prince_Vault:Selected_anniversaries/December 2|2 December, 2015]], [[Tidal]] opened a download store offering mp3 and FLAC downloads, including various [[Prince]] tracks which had previously only been available to stream as ''Purple Picks of the Week'' - [[Stare]], [[Stones]] (by [[The Golden Hippie]]), [[Pretzelbodylogic|Pretzelbodylogic Reloaded]] and [[If I Could Get Your Attention|If Eye Could Get Ur Attention]].
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===[[If I Could Get Your Attention|If Eye Could Get Ur Attention]] Tidal Purple Pick of the Week===
 
===[[If I Could Get Your Attention|If Eye Could Get Ur Attention]] Tidal Purple Pick of the Week===

Revision as of 15:41, 12 January 2016

Latest Releases Archive


2015


Hitnrun Phase Two album download

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On 12 December, 2015, Prince's 39th album Hitnrun Phase Two was released as a digital download through Tidal without prior announcement, expect for some seemingly random cryptic tweets via Prince's official twitter account @Prince3EG. The album is avialable through Tidal as lossless download and mp3, only as a set with Hitnrun Phase One and through iTunes and others in m4a/mp3 format as standalone download.

Tidal download store

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On 2 December, 2015, Tidal opened a download store offering mp3 and FLAC downloads, including various Prince tracks which had previously only been available to stream as Purple Picks of the Week - Stare, Stones (by The Golden Hippie), Pretzelbodylogic Reloaded and If Eye Could Get Ur Attention.

If Eye Could Get Ur Attention Tidal Purple Pick of the Week

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On 9 November, 2015, Tidal's Purple Pick of the Week was a previously-unreleased 2014 studio re-recording of If Eye Could Get Ur Attention. Five days earlier, Prince's Soundcloud account posted a 21-second snippet of the track.

Oui Can Luv Tidal stream

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On 7 November, 2015, Tidal offered a 12-hour stream of a previously-unreleased acoustic set, by Andy Allo featuring Prince on guitar, mostly compiled of cover versions.

Crazy 2 Cool live performance broadcast

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On 6 November, 2015, Minnesota public radio station 89.3 The Current broadcast the opening 20-minute portion of Prince's show from 1 June, 2014, Le Zénith, Paris, France (2nd show), starting with Let's Go Crazy and ending with Cool.

If Eye Could Get Ur Attention snippet

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On 4 November, 2015, Prince's Soundcloud account posted a 21-second snippet of a previously-unreleased 2014 studio re-recording of If Eye Could Get Ur Attention.

Judith Hill: Back In Time album release

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On 23 October, 2015, Judith Hill's debut album Back In Time received its retail release. The album features Prince throughout as a musician and producer.

Pretzelbodylogic Reloaded Tidal Purple Pick of the Week

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On 19 October, 2015, Tidal's Purple Pick of the Week was a previously-unreleased remix of Pretzelbodylogic, entitled Pretzelbodylogic Reloaded.

Judith Hill: Back In Time stream

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On 15 October, 2015, The New York Times streamed Judith Hill's full album Back In Time, including the full title track Back In Time, which replaces the half-second of silence with the same track name on the upcoming retail release of the album.

Free Urself single

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On 30 September, 2015, Free Urself was released as a digital single on iTunes, two days after the song was available as Tidal's Purple Pick of the Week.

Judith Hill: Cry, Cry, Cry single

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On 21 September, 2015, Cry, Cry, Cry was released as the first single from Judith Hill's debut album Back In Time. The track features Prince as a musician and producer.

The Golden Hippie: Stones Tidal Purple Pick of the Week

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On 14 September, 2015, Tidal's Purple Pick of the Week was the previously-unreleased track Stones, by The Golden Hippie. It's unclear exactly what role Prince played in the track, but it is assumed that the track was written by him.

Hitnrun Phase One CD / download release

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On 14 September, 2015, Hitnrun Phase One was released worldwide on CD and digital download. The release was not listed ahead of time on most retailers' lists and did not fall on the usual Friday release date. It was intended to be a surprise, although French retailers began selling it three days earlier.

Hitnrun Phase One album Tidal stream

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On 7 September, 2015, Hitnrun Phase One became available to stream exclusively on the Tidal streaming platform, along with a significant presence by Prince on the platform, including several re-releases of out-of-print albums and singles, including a slightly different version of The Chocolate Invasion.

This Could B Us single

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On 28 August, 2015, This Could B Us remix was made available as a single on iTunes, Amazon, GooglePlay, JunoDownload and Qobuz.

This Could B Us Tidal stream

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On 25 August, 2015, the track This Could B Us (a remix of This Could Be Us) was made available to stream in full on Tidal as a preview of the album Hitnrun.

Stare Spotify stream

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On 30 July, 2015, the track Stare was made available to stream in full on Spotify. The track had previously been available only as three 20-second snippets.

Hardrocklover single

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On 7 July, 2015, Hardrocklover was released as a digital single on iTunes.

Hardrocklover Soundcloud stream

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On 1 July, 2015, the Prince3EG Soundcloud account streamed Hardrocklover, a new song.

Stare (snippet teaser videos)

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On 27 May, 2015, the 3rdEyeGirl YouTube account streamed three teaser videos for "new funk" by Prince coming in Summer 2015. The three videos used snippets from a song which appears to be titled Stare.

Baltimore single

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On 26 May, 2015, Baltimore was released as a single on iTunes. The single version contained additional strings and horns than the previously-streamed version.

U Got The Look Soundcloud stream

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On 21 May, 2015, the Prince3EG Soundcloud account offered a stream of U Got The Look from one of the two shows in Sony Centre For The Performing Arts in Toronto (ON), Canada on 19 May, 2015.

'Dance Rally 4 Peace' Soundcloud stream

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On 12 May, 2015, the Prince3EG Soundcloud account offered a stream of the majority of Prince's 'Dance Rally 4 Peace' concert from 3 May, 2015 (am): Paisley Park Studios, Chanhassen, MN, USA (as well as a portion of the pre-show DJ set).

'Rally 4 Peace' Tidal live stream

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On 10 May, 2015, Tidal.com hosted a live stream of the first hour of Prince's 'Rally 4 Peace' concert at Royal Farms Arena, Baltimore, MD, USA (as well as the pre-show DJ set).

Baltimore Soundcloud stream

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On 9 May, 2015, Baltimore was made available as a stream on the newly-created Prince3EG Soundcloud account.

Judith Hill: Back In Time album download

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On 23 March, 2015, Live Nation emailed Prince's email list with a note from Prince including a download link for Judith Hill's debut album Back In Time, featuring Prince as a musician and producer. The album was available as a free download for 48 hours.

What If and The X's Face downloads

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On 14 March, 2015, Live Nation emailed download links for What If and The X's Face to ticket holders for the four Louisville concerts scheduled on 14 March, 2015 and 15 March, 2015.

The X's Face radio broadcast

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On 13 March, 2015, New York City radio station 90.7 WFUV premiered the full version of The X's Face by Prince.

What If radio broadcast

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On 12 March, 2015, Louisville radio station 91.9 WFPK Radio Louisville premiere a track titled What If by Prince and 3rdEyeGirl, a cover version of a song by Nichole Nordeman.

This Could Be Us Edit

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On 22 January, 2015 Warner Bros. Records released a static video for This Could Be Us, using a 3:51 edit of the full track.



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