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Left to his own devices, Prince will indulge in his peculiar vice of releasing triple-albums. He celebrated his freedom from Warner with Emancipation, following that with another triple-disc in Crystal Ball, which just happened to be the provisional title of the scrapped three-LP iteration of 1987's Sign o' the Times, he had a triple-live set in 2002, and now he's navigating the rough waters of online distribution and exclusive contracts with big box retailers in 2009 with another triple-disc set… read more

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  • this is actually quite good, lots of colour and funk all over the place. Very well produced too, Prince was always solid in his production.
  • great album!
  • It was a penny for about a month at Target.... :l
  • Underrated hugely
  • This truely is an amazing album, I agree. A triple cd set, and each is entirely different from the other. I own, have listened to it dozens of times, and wouldn't be without this collection. On "Elixer" with Bria Valente, my fav is "Everytime"; on MPLSound, my fav is "Dance 4 Me"; and, on LotusFlow3r, itself, the entire cd is my fav. Prince is an amazing human-being. If you get the chance, listen to "Solo" on his "Come" CD.
  • The fact that this amazing album has no shouts is a damn shame.

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