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Thread started 05/26/22 10:37pm

SoulAlive

Mazarati "I Guess It's All Over" (1986)

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Reply #1 posted 05/27/22 3:45pm

SoulAlive

I Guess It's All Over - Prince Vault

I Guess It’s All Over is the eighth and final song on Mazarati’s first album Mazarati, and a month before the album’s release, the track was included as the b-side of Players’ Ball, the album’s first single. The track was written by Brown Mark as Weekend before Prince re-wrote the lyrics and renamed the song I Guess It’s All Over. It was previously believed Prince was not involved in the track.

While specific recording dates are not known, basic tracking took place in May 1985 at Sunset Sound in Hollywood, California, while Prince was working simultaneously in another studio in the building on the Parade album.

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Reply #2 posted 05/27/22 3:48pm

SoulAlive

the Mazarati album definitely needs to be remastered/reissued!

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Reply #3 posted 06/05/22 3:44pm

strongoxman1

Agreed! This album is so cohesive and good -- I don't ever skip a single track!

Let's get this one remastered and re-released with the B-sides and possibly any extant demos, too. This one NEEDS a digital release!
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Reply #4 posted 06/05/22 4:44pm

SoulAlive

yeah this album is so damn good! One of the last great examples of the synth-heavy “Minneapolis sound” before Prince moved on from that sound!! A fresh remaster is needed!

Message to the estate: please consider this!!!
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Reply #5 posted 06/06/22 6:01pm

woogiebear

strongoxman1 said:

Agreed! This album is so cohesive and good -- I don't ever skip a single track! Let's get this one remastered and re-released with the B-sides and possibly any extant demos, too. This one NEEDS a digital release!

Yep!! All Killer & NO FILLER!!! They could have even added "Don't Leave Me Baby", which was the B-Side to "100 M.P.H."

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Reply #6 posted 06/12/22 11:30pm

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