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  • Take back what I said. After years of listening to this almost non-stop, I can say that it's one of Prince's best '90s albums. Maybe his third best behind O(+> and The Gold Experience.
  • Listening with headphones. Stop whispering those nasty things in my ear, Prince :P
  • wow this got awful reviews. I guess "politics" matter most and not music. -.-
  • Honestly, it does have some of my favorite songs of his. Tracks 1-4 I could listen to all day
  • Yet another Prince classic. Don't believe the critics, this album is superb!
  • Also, the title track is a vocal masterclass - range, phrasing, melisma. Prince might not have the purest tone in the world but he's so elastic it's scary...
  • Yes, but they sound like complete, tight albums. Another track or two would almost certainly beef up proceedings here and render Come a more realised effort - not just another contractual obligation. The fist half of the album is excellent but far too top heavy and dense. Papa and Race, although decent songs once again, feel just shoved in there as the token socio-political joints and the spoken word pieces ruin the flow - they should really comprise one full poem as an interlude track. There's a dank, all-perusing late-evening sort of vibe that silently permeates and it's just begging for realisation! Come offers hints of Prince at his best - inviting but brilliantly sinister in his impish unpredictability.
  • @Simone - so what about Dirty Mind and Controversy - they're even shorter :P
  • I don't quite know what to make of this album. 9 proper tracks and an outro feels a little short but there are some gems here...
  • Hit ' Em Up, -- I'm Still Composing Like An Angel On Fire! - Nice Work Mr. Nelson., But I'm Saving The Best For Last. Much Love! New Dawn Is Dew- Hear Me Now~!

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