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Thread started 01/31/15 9:11am

2freaky4church
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Martika's Kitchen is kinda bangin.

Haven't really heard it for years, but it really does have great music on it. The organ is the shit. The songs are a bit corny and overtly commercial but the tunes really do make my ears happy. Remember when Prince could just write wonderful music all the time? Even on a lesser album. sigh.

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Reply #1 posted 02/02/15 7:43am

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After 23 years it'a an album I always come back to regularly, and not just for the Prince tracks. It's light pop yeah, I happen to love light pop so it's OK in my book. There are very beautiful songs on it. A Magical Place, Couloured Kisses, Mi Tierra, Broken Heart... It's a record I grew up with (I was 15 when I got it back in late 91 or early 92) and that I'll cherish forever biggrin

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Reply #2 posted 02/02/15 8:10am

Wowugotit

I like Martika's Kitchen and Love Thy Will Be Done A LOT. I think Prince gave her seome real gems to work with.

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Reply #3 posted 02/03/15 6:05am

Javi

I'm an old ass, like databank, so I'm really fond of everything Prince released back in 1991, when I was 14 years old. Trying to be "objective" though, I think 1991 was one of Prince's best years: he released a wonderful album of funk-pop, Diamonds And Pearls, where he's at his best songwriting wise; he released the Ingrid Chavez album, where he's at his best innovation wise; he released Martika's Kitchen; gave great songs to Paula Abdul, Joe Cocker and others; performed in an amazing tour; filmed excellent video-clips... Such a magnificent year!

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Reply #4 posted 02/06/15 8:34am

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Ingrid Chavez. giggle

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Reply #5 posted 02/07/15 8:07pm

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Love Thy Will B Done is such a beautiful song. Always loved it, always will

open yo mind, the entire universe you'll find
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Reply #6 posted 03/01/15 3:24pm

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Always loved this track, especially with Prince on vocals.

A robin sings a masterpiece that lives and dies unheard...
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Reply #7 posted 03/06/15 10:40am

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Yea, pick the boring song. lol

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Reply #8 posted 03/09/15 5:29pm

CharismaDove

Loved his late-80s/early-90s more dance-influenced work headbang

Why he didn't include that shit on his own albums, IDK.

I guess you know me well, I dont like winter, but I seem to get a kick outta doing you cold
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