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Lovesexy is the tenth studio album by Prince, released on May 10, 1988. The cover (based on a photo by Jean Baptiste Mondino) caused some controversy upon release as it depicts Prince in the nude. Some record stores refused to stock it or wrapped the album in black, ironically, as Lovesexy was issued as a replacement for the hastily withdrawn Black Album, which had a monochrome black cover.

The Black Album and Lovesexy almost act as companion pieces, sharing the… read more



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  • Avatar for MachineOfaDream
    I listen to the album the proper way: all tracks in a row. However, I scrobble it as separate tracks because they really are separate tracks.
  • Avatar for StankDank
    I love it when I see others listening the 'proper' way... In its entirety: "Eye" No, Alphabet St., Glam Slam, Anna Stesia, Dance On, Lovesexy, When 2R In Love, I Wish U Heaven, Positivity
  • Avatar for SimonePerrota
    @ DickBigems - I don't hear it. Might be missing it though.
  • Avatar for Tahula
    @pogopatterson WTF is that shout lmao
  • Avatar for DickBigems
    That guitar riff on "Alphabet St." sounds like it was directly lifted off of "Who's Gonna Take the Weight" by Kool & the Gang. Someone tell me I'm not the only one who hears this.
  • Avatar for pogopatterson
    Prince was just being practical subheadbowed. By placing the flower up his bottom he provided it with plenty of fertilizer.
  • Avatar for SimonePerrota
    Should have FAR more plays.
  • Avatar for rollinwithbolan
    underrated masterpiece
  • Avatar for WickedProphet
    Great album, 9/10.
  • Avatar for journik850
    Some of his best work and one of the most overlooked albums to come out of the 80's. I've heard people voice their dislike for this album despite being Prince fans and I honestly can't understand why, it carries a vibrant as well as energetic sound that makes for an easier listen than a lot of his other material which can border on bland and just completely out of place.

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