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Thread started 05/17/19 7:34am

soladeo1

Ideas of Prince: The Originals Volume II Tracklist??

Ideas of Prince: The Originals Volume II??

How about this tracklist??

GET IT UP

COOL

NASTY GIRL (Yeah, I know!! But it would be HILARIOUS!)

777-9311

ALL DAY, ALL NIGHT

G-SPOT

A LOVE BIZARRE

HIGH FASHION

MUTINY

THE SCREAMS OF PASSION

SUGAR WALLS

THE SEX OF IT

YO MISTER

ON THE WAY UP

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Reply #1 posted 05/17/19 7:38am

ufoclub

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soladeo1 said:

Ideas of Prince: The Originals Volume II??

How about this tracklist??

GET IT UP

COOL

NASTY GIRL (Yeah, I know!! But it would be HILARIOUS!)

777-9311

ALL DAY, ALL NIGHT

BABY, YOU'RE A TRIP

G-SPOT

A LOVE BIZARRE

HIGH FASHION

MUTINY

THE SCREAMS OF PASSION

SUGAR WALLS

THE SEX OF IT

YO MISTER

ON THE WAY UP

more hilarious than him singing "Sugar Walls"?

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Reply #2 posted 05/17/19 7:42am

dodger

Baby, You’re A Trip is on the original Originals so you might want to remove that before some smart arse notices
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Reply #3 posted 05/17/19 7:49am

soladeo1

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Baby, You’re A Trip is on the original Originals so you might want to remove that before some smart arse notices

GOOD CATCH!!

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Reply #4 posted 05/17/19 11:36am

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If a series is coming, which would make sense, and since they chose to include side projects as well, I guess we need to remain on this odd balance with a majority of side projects songs and a few odd tracks, or they'll run out of odd tracks too early.

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Reply #5 posted 05/17/19 11:59am

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Love Thy Will Be Done (NPG Version with Prince Vocals). The one on the upcoming Originals release is the sappy one from the 80's. The revised version from 1995 is epic and among his best songs ever. I've only heard Sonny T's studio version, but there must be a studio version with Prince vocals. For me, this is the holy grail.

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Reply #6 posted 05/17/19 1:13pm

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01. 777-9311

02. Cool
03. Blue Limousine
04. 3 x 2 = 6

05. G-Spot

06. The Screams Of Passion

07. For Love
08. Yo Mister

09. Jaguar
10. Time Waits 4 No One

11. Cool Love
12. 101

13. Ooh This I Need
14. Qualified

15. Ain't No Place Like U

16. All This Love

17. Long Gone

18. Wild Tonight



18 tracks because, well, fill that disc to the brim, why not smile


and true love lives on lollipops and crisps
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Reply #7 posted 05/17/19 1:24pm

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IstenSzek said:

01. 777-9311


02. Cool
03. Blue Limousine
04. 3 x 2 = 6


05. G-Spot


06. The Screams Of Passion


07. For Love
08. Yo Mister


09. Jaguar
10. Time Waits 4 No One


11. Cool Love
12. 101


13. Ooh This I Need
14. Qualified


15. Ain't No Place Like U


16. All This Love


17. Long Gone


18. Wild Tonight




18 tracks because, well, fill that disc to the brim, why not smile




15, 16, 17 & 18 😍
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I’d find a place for Call The Law just to see the reaction on here
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Reply #8 posted 05/17/19 1:39pm

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Volume III might look a little something like this:


01. Wild And Loose

02. A Million Miles (I Love You)
03. Drive Me Wild

04. Mutiny
05. High Fashion

06. Mia Bocca

07. Neon Telephone
08. Chocolate
09. Shall We Dance
10. On The Way Up

11. The Halls Of Desire
12. Standing At The Altar
13. Blood Is Thicker Than Time
14. Big Fun
15. Hallucination Rain
16. The Rhythm Of Your Heart
17. Redhead Stepchild
18. Back In Time


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Reply #9 posted 05/17/19 1:46pm

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IstenSzek said:

Volume III might look a little something like this:


01. Wild And Loose

02. A Million Miles (I Love You)
03. Drive Me Wild

04. Mutiny
05. High Fashion

06. Mia Bocca

07. Neon Telephone
08. Chocolate
09. Shall We Dance
10. On The Way Up

11. The Halls Of Desire
12. Standing At The Altar
13. Blood Is Thicker Than Time
14. Big Fun
15. Hallucination Rain
16. The Rhythm Of Your Heart
17. Redhead Stepchild
18. Back In Time


From your key strokes to God' ears!

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Reply #10 posted 05/17/19 1:46pm

databank

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donnyenglish said:

Love Thy Will Be Done (NPG Version with Prince Vocals). The one on the upcoming Originals release is the sappy one from the 80's. The revised version from 1995 is epic and among his best songs ever. I've only heard Sonny T's studio version, but there must be a studio version with Prince vocals. For me, this is the holy grail.

The one on Originals appears to be the original given to Martika, it's not from the 80's.

The Exodus version is not an "original" in the sense of those compilations (unless there is a version of that with P on vocals, which is uncertain if not unlikely).

On the other hand, there are enough Exodus outtakes with Sonny on vocals to justify an Exodus rerelease with a whole extra CD of additional material.

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Reply #11 posted 05/17/19 1:59pm

bobgeorge77

I hope this happens!! Great lists!! Definitely have to add Come Home! I’ve had this and 101 on repeat lately... amazing songs.. but pristine quality would be nice ...
[Edited 5/17/19 16:33pm]
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Reply #12 posted 05/17/19 2:03pm

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Volume IV? Why not smile


01. The Walk

02. Wet Dream

03. Oo She She Wa Wa

04. All Day All Night

05. Oliver's House

06. Ice Cream Castles
07. Desire
08. Koo Koo
09. Interesting
10. Come Home
11. So Strong
12. And How
13. Return Of The Bump Squad
14. Get Wild
15. In Ur Gracious Name
16. Coulda Shoulda Woulda
17. Superconductor
18. As Trains Go By







and true love lives on lollipops and crisps
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Reply #13 posted 05/17/19 2:05pm

dodger

IstenSzek said:

Volume IV? Why not smile


01. The Walk


02. Wet Dream


03. Oo She She Wa Wa


04. All Day All Night


05. Oliver's House


06. Ice Cream Castles
07. Desire
08. Koo Koo
09. Interesting
10. Come Home
11. So Strong
12. And How
13. Return Of The Bump Squad
14. Get Wild
15. In Ur Gracious Name
16. Coulda Shoulda Woulda
17. Superconductor
18. As Trains Go By









Stop it now. I’m on my second pair of pants
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Reply #14 posted 05/17/19 2:07pm

soladeo1

I will buy anything with All Day, All Night with Prince's vocals in a pristine condition...digital, vinyl, cassette, 8-track...

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Reply #15 posted 05/17/19 2:44pm

jstar69

Whatever the track list it must include
i hear your voice
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Reply #16 posted 05/17/19 3:25pm

OnlyNDaUsa

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Nasty Girl
777-9311
Jaguar
G-Spot (Prince on Sax)
Belle Of St Mark
Sugar Walls
Get It Up

Next Time Wipe The Lipstick Off Your Collar
Train
If I Love U Tonight
Desire
With This Tear
Time Waits for No one


Being a die-hard civil rights champion,
Being a die-hard libertarian,
Sometimes I have to defend
that which I find distasteful.
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Reply #17 posted 05/17/19 11:06pm

massing

jstar69 said:

Whatever the track list it must include ‘i hear your voice

yeahthat

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Reply #18 posted 05/18/19 12:55am

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I'm curious of a Prince's version of "Immersion"

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Reply #19 posted 05/19/19 6:52am

ufoclub

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I want to hear Prince's vocal version of 'Release it"... you know it must exist.

Also though we have heard it, an official release of "Databank"

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Reply #20 posted 05/19/19 8:58am

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ufoclub said:

I want to hear Prince's vocal version of 'Release it"... you know it must exist.

Also though we have heard it, an official release of "Databank"


It boggles my mind how P's 'Databank' can be so good, and The Time's so bad...

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Reply #21 posted 05/19/19 9:16am

databank

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eyewishuheaven said:

ufoclub said:

I want to hear Prince's vocal version of 'Release it"... you know it must exist.

Also though we have heard it, an official release of "Databank"


It boggles my mind how P's 'Databank' can be so good, and The Time's so bad...

The Time's version is also P's version minus maybe a few overdubs/remixing by The Time (which didn't make it that different from P's original 1989 version). P just rethought the track entirely. Maybe it wasn't the best choice for the Corporate World project, IDK, but amusingly when The Time took control of the project, they chose to keep it for Pandemonium. The problem with that track anyway is that the melody is completely bland, so its quality all depends on the arrangements. While the 1989 arrangement wasn't as stellar as the 1986 one, it made sense from a new jack swing perspective.

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Reply #22 posted 05/19/19 10:44am

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databank said:

eyewishuheaven said:


It boggles my mind how P's 'Databank' can be so good, and The Time's so bad...

The Time's version is also P's version minus maybe a few overdubs/remixing by The Time (which didn't make it that different from P's original 1989 version). P just rethought the track entirely. Maybe it wasn't the best choice for the Corporate World project, IDK, but amusingly when The Time took control of the project, they chose to keep it for Pandemonium. The problem with that track anyway is that the melody is completely bland, so its quality all depends on the arrangements. While the 1989 arrangement wasn't as stellar as the 1986 one, it made sense from a new jack swing perspective.

Are you sure they are the same version with mix changes? I don't have time to compare, but the Time version is so l a m e and d e a d.

The older one was one of my most listened to bootleg tracks and I had so been looking forward to hear the Time version which I thought was just going to be a switch of vocals... oh boy... I was disappointed.

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Reply #23 posted 05/19/19 11:00am

Strive

Can't Keep Living Alone (Tamar Davis) is one of my top wanted tracks. It's a great song and I can only imagine how much better it would be with Prince's vocal track.



edit: Although, thinking about it, I would prefer the next theme album to be Stripped Down - early demos & original cuts of songs. There's so many great songs that Prince overthought to the point of exhaustion. That or he changed the lyrics so it would be less personal (OF4S/Elephants & Flowers/Anna Stesia)

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Strive said:

Can't Keep Living Alone (Tamar Davis) is one of my top wanted tracks. It's a great song and I can only imagine how much better it would be with Prince's vocal track.



edit: Although, thinking about it, I would prefer the next theme album to be Stripped Down - early demos & original cuts of songs. There's so many great songs that Prince overthought to the point of exhaustion. That or he changed the lyrics so it would be less personal (OF4S/Elephants & Flowers/Anna Stesia)

[Edited 5/19/19 11:41am]

That demo or first iteration of Elephants & Flowers is so damn good.

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Reply #25 posted 05/19/19 12:49pm

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ufoclub said:

databank said:

The Time's version is also P's version minus maybe a few overdubs/remixing by The Time (which didn't make it that different from P's original 1989 version). P just rethought the track entirely. Maybe it wasn't the best choice for the Corporate World project, IDK, but amusingly when The Time took control of the project, they chose to keep it for Pandemonium. The problem with that track anyway is that the melody is completely bland, so its quality all depends on the arrangements. While the 1989 arrangement wasn't as stellar as the 1986 one, it made sense from a new jack swing perspective.

Are you sure they are the same version with mix changes? I don't have time to compare, but the Time version is so l a m e and d e a d.

The older one was one of my most listened to bootleg tracks and I had so been looking forward to hear the Time version which I thought was just going to be a switch of vocals... oh boy... I was disappointed.

The version on Corporate World and the version on Pandemonium are the same with slight changes, that's what I meant (not sure if I was clear, what I meant is that P was the creative force between both the 86 and 89/90 versions)

[Edited 5/19/19 12:50pm]

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Reply #26 posted 05/19/19 12:54pm

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ufoclub said:

Strive said:

Can't Keep Living Alone (Tamar Davis) is one of my top wanted tracks. It's a great song and I can only imagine how much better it would be with Prince's vocal track.



edit: Although, thinking about it, I would prefer the next theme album to be Stripped Down - early demos & original cuts of songs. There's so many great songs that Prince overthought to the point of exhaustion. That or he changed the lyrics so it would be less personal (OF4S/Elephants & Flowers/Anna Stesia)

[Edited 5/19/19 11:41am]

That demo or first iteration of Elephants & Flowers is so damn good.

I'd have to have it in pristine sound quality to be able to consider it etter than the released version. It's certainly not stripped down, though, IIRC Prince removed more sounds than he added. I wasn't aware of the lyrics changes though, I'll have to pay attention smile

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Reply #27 posted 05/19/19 12:58pm

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Strive said:

Can't Keep Living Alone (Tamar Davis) is one of my top wanted tracks. It's a great song and I can only imagine how much better it would be with Prince's vocal track.



edit: Although, thinking about it, I would prefer the next theme album to be Stripped Down - early demos & original cuts of songs. There's so many great songs that Prince overthought to the point of exhaustion. That or he changed the lyrics so it would be less personal (OF4S/Elephants & Flowers/Anna Stesia)

That's one main point of contention between us electronic music and Black music fans and y'all Radiohead/Springteen/McCartney/Dylan fans. Overdubs and layers over layers are, to some of us, a great part of what made Prince's music so fascinating.

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Reply #28 posted 05/19/19 1:02pm

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OK, I haven't tried Anna Stasia but the poor quality of my E&F makes it hard 4 me to understand all the lyrics. Is there a transcription out there?

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Reply #29 posted 05/19/19 2:13pm

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databank said:

ufoclub said:

That demo or first iteration of Elephants & Flowers is so damn good.

I'd have to have it in pristine sound quality to be able to consider it etter than the released version. It's certainly not stripped down, though, IIRC Prince removed more sounds than he added. I wasn't aware of the lyrics changes though, I'll have to pay attention smile

[Edited 5/19/19 12:58pm]

I seem to remember a lot more synth tracks and layers added to the released album version, along with the kid like xylophone hits that sort of made their way through a lot of the the tracks.

The demo had real drums, that were simple, and a saxophone that added thickness. And he had a very hoarse voice.

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