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"Raspberry Beret" is the first US (and second UK) single from Prince and The Revolution's 1985 album, Around the World in a Day, released on 15 May 1985. The sound was completely different from any previous Prince track, incorporating Middle-Eastern finger-cymbals, stringed instruments, and even a harmonica on the extended version. The song was also more in the pop vein than ever before, though the 12-inch single and video of the song feature a funky intro. Although the song was… read more

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  • love it.
  • What I'm hearing is not "Raspberry Beret". It's nice though.
  • This is my favourite Prince and the Revolutions song, and perhaps also my favourite song with violins in it...because the violins add so much to it, as does the female voice in this song^^...
  • She come in thru the out door!!!
  • Yep, this is a rotten live version, where you can't even hear the audience singing. Make better choices, Last FM!
  • MJRocker you are not alone. I thought it was raspberry parfait.
  • G.O.A.T. - new live version i haven't heard before... wish i was there :O)
  • excellent titre
  • I always thought "raspberry beret" was "where's miracle rain". LOL! The things kids hear.
  • when prince WAS prince and his music.

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