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Comeback accomplished, Prince now settles into a groove with 2007's Planet Earth, his 26th studio album and successor to the two deliberate comebacks, Musicology and 3121. Those two albums were designed to storm the top of the charts but, more importantly, they were made with the intention of making Prince prominent again – a gambit that worked since Prince worked hard, stealing the show at both the Superbowl and the American Idol fifth-season finale and turning into an in-demand concert… read more

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  • Avatar for Chrilu
    I LOOOOVE this album !
  • Avatar for Wonaldo
    Play a game about albums of Prince ! http://www.purposegames.com/game/albums-prince-game
  • Avatar for Nol_Solano
    I strongly agree with you, jae__moon. What a terrific album this is. The review it got by Pitchfork Media (http://pitchfork.com/reviews/albums/10450-planet-earth/) is just utter utter tripe. The reviewer doesn't even mention my favourite track from the album, "All The Midnights in the World". Planet Earth may not be as good as Sign "O" the Times, but why the hell compare them in the first place? In my honest opinion Planet Earth was as good as any other album released in 2007, so just fuck off with your 4.8-grading, Bitchfork Media.
  • Avatar for Sonni16
    Sehr gutes Album!
  • Avatar for johnny8ball
    Fantastic album, strong, varied and full of character. Lots of prominence given to Prince's shredding skills too, which can't be bad.
  • Avatar for istabo
    Top listener is me. What an honour!
  • Avatar for NevermindAlex
    Great album, love it.
  • Avatar for skrutinizert
    According to me the last song is Revelation.
  • Avatar for jrtibbetts
    Here's the lyrics sheet: http://www.3121.com/planetearth/PrincePlanetEarth_Lyrix.pdf Note that the final song is Resolution, not Revolution (which is what GraceNote's CDDB has it listed as).
  • Avatar for jrtibbetts
    Just got mine in the mail today, sent by an anonymous friend in the UK!

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