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  • :[[Prince_Vault:In_memoriam/February_22]] Prince And The Band :[[Prince_Vault:In_memoriam/September_18]] My Name Is Prince
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  • |Page name = Prince Albums ==Prince Releases==
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  • ...h studio album by [[Prince]], and the first to be officially credited to [[Prince and the Revolution]] (Albeit the name [[The Revolution]] does appear in mir Released a year and eight months after [[Prince]]’s previous album [[Album: 1999|1999]], it marked the longest period bet
    43 KB (5,191 words) - 08:45, 21 February 2021
  • ...de in March 1986, and, as the subtitle suggests, is a companion piece to [[Prince]]’s second movie, [[Film: Under The Cherry Moon|Under The Cherry Moon]] ( [[Prince]] began working on the album in mid-April 1985, shortly before the release
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  • |performer = [[Apollonia 6]]; [[Prince]] ...niversaries/June 7|7 June 2019]] - [[Album: Originals|Originals]] album ([[Prince]] version)
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  • |Page name = Prince Singles ...chase for the general public in a record store, a digital store, or at a [[Prince]] concert merchandise stall. Singles pressed in only one country will be li
    19 KB (2,509 words) - 15:15, 7 May 2021
  • |writer(s) = [[Prince]] ...= [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Miles_Davis Miles Davis] ; [[Prince]] (assumed)
    7 KB (906 words) - 06:17, 11 May 2021
  • <b>Live At The Aladdin Las Vegas Sampler</b> was made available in 2020 as a posthumous digital release, for download and streaming. <!-------RELEASES --------->
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  • ...wo''') is the 39th full-length studio album by [[Prince]], and the final [[Prince]]-related album to be released during his lifetime. It was released digital ...the stores after his unexpected death. It is therefore not considered as a posthumous album.
    20 KB (2,652 words) - 17:30, 4 April 2021
  • |previous single = Single: Prince Du Parc |previous single link = [[Single: Prince Du Parc|Prince Du Parc]] ''Paris Saint-Germain exclusive''
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  • ...to first be named as such. For the next four years not only the band was [[Prince]]’s backing band but he credited it on three albums.<br> ...n entity of its own, but its members have been an essential resource for [[Prince]], who not only encouraged common efforts in studio sessions, but also gave
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  • ...fore his death, this marks the first posthumous release of material from [[Prince]]'s vault. ...14 April 2016-2|14 April 2016 (show 2), Fox Theatre, Atlanta, GA, USA]], [[Prince]]'s last ever concert.
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  • |single name = Prince Du Parc |next single link = [[Single: Welcome 2 America|Welcome 2 America]] ''Prince.com exclusive''
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  • [[NPG Records]] / [[The Prince Estate]] / [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Warner_Bros._Records Warner Bros. ...pril 2019]], becoming [[Prince]]’s eight compilation album and the fifth posthumous release. In 2020, the album received a wider retail release in Japan only,
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  • ...io album of [[Prince]] material to be released posthumously, and the tenth posthumous album release overall. Recorded in 2010, the album was tentatively planned ...um, but this is unconfirmed. [[Morris Hayes]] co-produced the album with [[Prince]] (as "[[Morris Hayes|Mr. Hayes]]").
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  • ...first official posthumous release, announced six months to the day after [[Prince]]’s death, and released seven months after, in November 2016 (more than t ...rg/wiki/Warner_Bros._Records Warner Bros.]-era recordings under the name [[Prince]] from 14 studio albums, released originally between 1978 and 1993, as well
    30 KB (3,991 words) - 14:36, 25 September 2020
  • ...The Times ''Super Deluxe Edition''</b> is the deluxe remaster box set of [[Prince]]’s ninth album [[Album: Sign O’ The Times|Sign O’ The Times]], inclu | date = Prince And The Revolution: Live
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  • ...Vault:Selected_anniversaries/June 7|7 June 2018]] (which would have been [[Prince]]’s 60th birthday) with the release of the track [[Mary Don’t You Weep] ...]], who worked for [[Prince]] until July 1983 as well as candid shots of [[Prince]] including never before seen photos.
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  • [[NPG Records]] / [[The Prince Estate]] / [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Legacy_Recordings Legacy Recording ...<b>The Versace Experience (Prelude 2 Gold)</b> is a compilation album of [[Prince]]’s studio work, initially given away as a promotional cassette to attend
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  • ...rince]] single, released two years after his death. The single contained [[Prince]]'s original 1984 studio version of [[Nothing Compares 2 U]], a song he gav ...ailable at the same time on the official [[Prince_Streaming_Video_Channels|Prince YouTube]] channel.
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