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Thread started 06/27/17 9:35pm

sro100

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Like Morris says it's "double edge"

All this new old music just feels strangely wrong to have but I've been listening to Disc 2 almost non-stop.

As Morris Day said twice about his recent performances "it's double edge."

Can you relate?

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Reply #1 posted 06/27/17 11:28pm

tomcooper2323

Yes, in a sense, this is the best time to be a Prince fan in 10 or 15 years, with all the unreleased music surfacing and all the interviews with band members that are surfacing.

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But of course the price we had to pay for all of this was losing Prince to this world, and we would obviously trade it all back for another few days with him.

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And again, of course that is not an option, so it is weird to enjoy the articles and interviews and concerts and rehearsals, etc, etc. and remember why we are getting them.

[Edited 6/27/17 23:29pm]

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Reply #2 posted 06/28/17 2:12pm

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No, I don't understand him at all. Prince said someone would release his music once he was gone. That is what's happening. It's what Prince wanted. There is nothing wrong about it. Wrong is relative, anyway. One man's blue is another man's green.

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