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Thread started 01/19/06 2:11am

duggalolly

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"go" (unreleased track 1985)

"GO".. I have the rehearsal version (Nice, France)-- but was the STUDIO track ever circulating on bootlegs??

It's hard to hear the lyrics in the rehearsal version...
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Reply #1 posted 01/19/06 2:16am

Christopher

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duggalolly said:

"GO".. I have the rehearsal version (Nice, France)-- but was the STUDIO track ever circulating on bootlegs??

It's hard to hear the lyrics in the rehearsal version...


dunno about a studio but there's two different rehearsals i think. i remember one i had before(think its the nice version) and i have another thats different. on the first version i had the lyrics were alot clearer.
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Reply #2 posted 01/19/06 2:37am

NouveauDance

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There is a clip of the studio version circulating.
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Reply #3 posted 01/19/06 5:21am

IstenSzek

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NouveauDance said:

There is a clip of the studio version circulating.


yeah, it's about 40 seconds or something and it sounds GOOD

where the hell are all these kind of tracks that we only
have clips on or even only information about.

do they deliberately hold out on those (the bootleggers) to
give them one by one amongst rehashed boot material?

think: teacher, teacher/it's a wonderful day/train on the
dream factory bootleg a few years ago.

where did those tracks come from all of a sudden? confuse
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Reply #4 posted 01/19/06 6:35am

Novabreaker

Some folks apparently do hold them back. I remember somebody posting a snippet of the actual "Lust U Always" at amp, but declined to put it in circulation. Then again, there are individuals even on this site who claim to have "Cosmic Day" and a few other mid-80s tracks but aren't willing to put them out widely.
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Reply #5 posted 01/19/06 6:38am

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Novabreaker said:

Some folks apparently do hold them back. I remember somebody posting a snippet of the actual "Lust U Always" at amp, but declined to put it in circulation. Then again, there are individuals even on this site who claim to have "Cosmic Day" and a few other mid-80s tracks but aren't willing to put them out widely.



maybe we should torture them until they give m up

smile
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Reply #6 posted 01/19/06 6:44am

Novabreaker

IstenSzek said:


maybe we should torture them until they give m up
smile


I can't possibly churn out myself a record as bad as "Newpower Soul" for them to listen to. I think the plan would backfire.
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Reply #7 posted 01/19/06 7:51am

NouveauDance

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IstenSzek said:

do they deliberately hold out on those (the bootleggers) to give them one by one amongst rehashed boot material?


It's not the bootleggers holding out, they're there to turn a profit and put the stuff out there. It's the handful of private collectors the keep the goodies to themselves, and trade only with people they can trust.

There's far more stuff out there than there is generally circulating, it's just a case of whether those that have it want to "free" it, as it were.

If they give up what they have, what do they get in return?
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Reply #8 posted 01/19/06 9:05am

FanofDaFascist

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Trading has ALWAYS been about power. FREE THE "GO" STUDIO VERSION! But actually from the clip I heard, the studio version sounds a bit too pop ish and polished for me. The rehearsal sounds much more soulful in it's raw form.
My name is Prince evilking and I want your money
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Reply #9 posted 01/21/06 9:18pm

duggalolly

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NouveauDance said:

There is a clip of the studio version circulating.


I have heard that clip and loved it... I guess I was hoping there was more out there.
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Reply #10 posted 01/21/06 9:25pm

Aerogram

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NouveauDance said:

IstenSzek said:

do they deliberately hold out on those (the bootleggers) to give them one by one amongst rehashed boot material?


It's not the bootleggers holding out, they're there to turn a profit and put the stuff out there. It's the handful of private collectors the keep the goodies to themselves, and trade only with people they can trust.

There's far more stuff out there than there is generally circulating, it's just a case of whether those that have it want to "free" it, as it were.

If they give up what they have, what do they get in return?


Exactly. Like why would I give up Wally?
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Reply #11 posted 01/22/06 1:05am

JudasSmile

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lol No one would want to listen to my Rave outtakes anyway!
U been bamboozled, hoodwinked, took.
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Reply #12 posted 01/22/06 1:21am

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I have a version of GO, it's just Prince and Wendy, it cuts off after a minute and a half or so. Sounds like somebody is secretly taping it under their jacket or something. Start off with them turning on the drum machine and then turning it slower. A very raw rehearsa. I always assumed this was a boot of them writing the song, actually.
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