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Prince's star faded not long after he won emancipation from Warner Brothers in 1995, as he abandoned the mainstream so he could follow his whims however he liked. Which meant that he effectively started making records for nobody but himself, whether that meant triple-disc collections of new material or an all-instrumental smooth jazz album, and in short order, his fans started dwindling away to nothing but the hardcore, who themselves had their patience tried by such antics as Prince suing… read more



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  • @jeanneMJ polish girl, you are confused and lost. this album is a masterpiece.
  • I think you have to get used to it.
  • I think that this is an incredibly underrated album. I only bought it because he played 'Musicology' at Sziget, but in my 'umble 'pinion there are only 1 or 2 weak tracks on the whole record. Swag!!!!!
  • prince
  • Not a big fan of this album but its got its good parts.
  • The best songs start with Call My Name. Song A Million Days is not bad, but Musicology; Illusion, Coma, Pimp & Circumstance and Life 'O' the Party aren't good. I cannot stand them.
  • Really solid, grooving mother of an album. The only track I really don't like is Reflection, although the lyrics are hilarious. The title track is one of the funkiest jams ever released; the trio of The Marrying Kind, If Eye Was the Man in Ur Life and On The Couch is incredible. I think my favourite has to be Dear Mr. Man though - that is a groove-and-a-half! Gotta love Maceo's solo too.
  • such a great artist!

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