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Reply #90 posted 01/22/21 3:45pm

TrivialPursuit

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JayCrawford said:


Yet I was strictly talking about you not everyone else you. You're the only one in many threads that I've been part of always posting stuff about me. Your obsession is disturbing. Good try there. Moving on.


If you were original, I'd have some respect for you. But you're literally just repeating what I've said in other threads in the last 10 minutes. Girl, BYE.

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Reply #91 posted 01/22/21 4:16pm

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TrivialPursuit said:



JayCrawford said:



Yet I was strictly talking about you not everyone else you. You're the only one in many threads that I've been part of always posting stuff about me. Your obsession is disturbing. Good try there. Moving on.


If you were original, I'd have some respect for you. But you're literally just repeating what I've said in other threads in the last 10 minutes. Girl, BYE.




Oh god, I think I know where this is going. Can't argue back with facts. Also why would I want your respect lol? Like seriously? You're a nobody to me, just some stranger using a computer

Yes please leave me alone kid
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Reply #92 posted 01/22/21 4:37pm

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JayCrawford said:

You're the only one in many threads that I've been part of always posting stuff about me.

if it's any consolation, i also find your shtick/posts pretty goddamn useless...
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Reply #93 posted 01/22/21 7:11pm

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Cinny: make Emancipation into two disks, so to make it easier - list the songs you'd ditch.

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Reply #94 posted 01/27/21 12:28pm

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TrivialPursuit said:

Cinny: make Emancipation into two disks, so to make it easier - list the songs you'd ditch.



No, Emancipation is exactly what I am talking about being at least as good as if not better than an eighties album like Around The World In A Day. It is my favourite and I don't understand people who rate it below the albums preceding it.
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Reply #95 posted 01/27/21 5:57pm

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Cinny said:

TrivialPursuit said:

Cinny: make Emancipation into two disks, so to make it easier - list the songs you'd ditch.

No, Emancipation is exactly what I am talking about being at least as good as if not better than an eighties album like Around The World In A Day. It is my favourite and I don't understand people who rate it below the albums preceding it.

Emancipation could have been his best album of the decade-if he produced it differently. (think if he produced it using his SOTT sound [not saying he should-just using it as an example]. That would make it more exciting.) It needed to be a little bit more daring on the producing side for me.

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Reply #96 posted 01/30/21 7:25pm

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Someone add all his great 80's tracks and great 90's tracks....see there's not much difference in amount
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Reply #97 posted 01/30/21 8:11pm

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JayCrawford said:

Fans who became a fan of Prince during the 90s are fighting for their lives about the man's music then 🤣

And? I mean, I became a fan in 2009....Purple Rain was the first song I heard. But I also love some of the 90's stuff. The love symbol album is a great album to me for example. I don't get why some people hate on prince in the 90's.

"Like books and BLACK LIVES, Albums still MATTER."

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Reply #98 posted 01/31/21 12:22am

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90s was good.
Not classic, but still very good.

After 2001 is when it really went downhill.

And I mean really downhill.
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Reply #99 posted 01/31/21 12:51pm

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funkbabyandthebabysitters said:

90s was good.
Not classic, but still very good.

After 2001 is when it really went downhill.

And I mean really downhill.


Coming from someone who became a fan of Prince during D&P 🤣

Don't talk about downhill and you weren't there in the 80s. After SOTT everything went downhill.
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Reply #100 posted 02/01/21 10:10am

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If you Jay Crawford types think the 90s was so bad, how do you view the 00s and 10s?!
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Reply #101 posted 02/01/21 10:33am

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funkbabyandthebabysitters said:

If you Jay Crawford types think the 90s was so bad, how do you view the 00s and 10s?!


Answer this question for me.

Whenever someone talks about how awful Princes music in the 90s were. Why do you always HAVE to include the 00s and 10s? Is it because so you can feel like you didn't miss out on the golden days when Prince was amazing which were the 80s?

The way you defend the 90s is actually kinda sweet. Maybe it's your way of compensating the fact that you weren't around when Prince was in his prime... Who knows
[Edited 2/1/21 10:34am]
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Reply #102 posted 02/01/21 11:07am

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Lol never change
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Reply #103 posted 02/01/21 6:25pm

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It's all good.

Its perfectly fine to like the 90's work, just as it is not to like it.

But I will add one tidbit to this; In the 80's Prince was a critics darling and his work was pretty much universally praised. His 90's music not so much.

I also doubt that there will be enough demand to warrant deluxe editions of his 90's albums.

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Reply #104 posted 02/01/21 7:40pm

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JayCrawford said:

funkbabyandthebabysitters said:
If you Jay Crawford types think the 90s was so bad, how do you view the 00s and 10s?!
Answer this question for me. Whenever someone talks about how awful Princes music in the 90s were. Why do you always HAVE to include the 00s and 10s? Is it because so you can feel like you didn't miss out on the golden days when Prince was amazing which were the 80s? The way you defend the 90s is actually kinda sweet. Maybe it's your way of compensating the fact that you weren't around when Prince was in his prime... Who knows [Edited 2/1/21 10:34am]

Dude, you know that shit wasn't taped to kinescope to be later lost by the DuMont Network right? Do you think living in the 80s is the only way to experience Prince in the 80s...? People who got into Prince in the 90s had access to Prince in the 80s... People who got into Prince in the 00s had access to Prince in the 80s... Not only that, the latest generation with Vault releases, YouTube, streaming, etc. has the most access to Prince in the 80s, even beyond that of supreme superfan JayCrawford in the 80s with his one Prince concert in the 80s under his belt.
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When you abandon all logic and reason to make your flaccid "point" singular is when org'ers toss you in the "troll" category, btw.

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Reply #105 posted 02/02/21 1:27am

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WhisperingDandelions said:

JayCrawford said:

funkbabyandthebabysitters said: Answer this question for me. Whenever someone talks about how awful Princes music in the 90s were. Why do you always HAVE to include the 00s and 10s? Is it because so you can feel like you didn't miss out on the golden days when Prince was amazing which were the 80s? The way you defend the 90s is actually kinda sweet. Maybe it's your way of compensating the fact that you weren't around when Prince was in his prime... Who knows [Edited 2/1/21 10:34am]

Dude, you know that shit wasn't taped to kinescope to be later lost by the DuMont Network right? Do you think living in the 80s is the only way to experience Prince in the 80s...? People who got into Prince in the 90s had access to Prince in the 80s... People who got into Prince in the 00s had access to Prince in the 80s... Not only that, the latest generation with Vault releases, YouTube, streaming, etc. has the most access to Prince in the 80s, even beyond that of supreme superfan JayCrawford in the 80s with his one Prince concert in the 80s under his belt.
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When you abandon all logic and reason to make your flaccid "point" singular is when org'ers toss you in the "troll" category, btw.


It's an 'in the moment' thing. Experiencing Prince in the 80s is completely different from revisiting Prince from the 80s. To me experiencing Prince in the 80s and 90s was equally awesome (untill Emacipation that is). It's just a taste thing. As a musician I find his 90s output is way more impressive but in the end it's all about taste. JayCrawford obviously isn't a musician but just the average consumer with a specific taste like most. Nothing wrong with that even though he thinks his opinion is some sort of fact lol

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Reply #106 posted 02/02/21 3:21am

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the 90s albums arent great as ALBUMS you can play from start to finish but any decade with these songs can not be bad.

gett off

cream

D&P

insatiable

money dont matter

sweet baby

pheremone

loose

dark

solo

shhh

shy

count the days

billy jack bitch

eye hate u

dinner with delores

had u

holy river

i cant make u love me

lets have a baby

one of us

the love we make

my little pill

extraordinary

circle of amour

tangerine

eye love u but eye dont trust u anymore

great decade all in all.

[Edited 2/2/21 3:21am]

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Reply #107 posted 02/02/21 5:10am

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JayCrawford said:

I personally want my Parade, Dirty Mind and Controversy super deluxe edition to happen because like Andy said. Us original Prince fans aren't getting any younger and we need this shit to happen and THEN they can focus on the younger Prince fans of the 90s and onwards.

Deluxe editions should be handled like the coronavirus vaccines. Seniors are at higher risk of dying first so they should be the first to get their fix. Other groups come later. lol

LOL lol

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Reply #108 posted 02/15/21 1:24pm

JayCrawford

funkbabyandthebabysitters said:

the 90s albums arent great as ALBUMS you can play from start to finish but any decade with these songs can not be bad.



gett off


cream


D&P


insatiable


money dont matter


sweet baby


pheremone


loose


dark


solo


shhh


shy


count the days


billy jack bitch


eye hate u


dinner with delores


had u


holy river


i cant make u love me


lets have a baby


one of us


the love we make


my little pill


extraordinary


circle of amour


tangerine


eye love u but eye dont trust u anymore



great decade all in all.


[Edited 2/2/21 3:21am]




Lol, of course you'd say that. You didn't live through his prime. Bless the Prince fans who discovered him in the 90s 🤣.

What can I say.
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Reply #109 posted 02/15/21 3:18pm

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JayCrawford said:

What can I say.

Nothing that isn't tired old bullshit and will get you banned soon again.

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Reply #110 posted 02/16/21 3:12am

JorisE73

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Lol, of course you'd say that. You didn't live through his prime.


neither did you, millenial.

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Reply #111 posted 02/16/21 3:23am

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JorisE73 said:



JayCrawford said:



Lol, of course you'd say that. You didn't live through his prime.


neither did you, millenial.



Lol, I didn't know being born in 1961 is considered a millennial 🤣.

You kids make me laugh.
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Reply #112 posted 02/16/21 3:19pm

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RJOrion said:

his 90s music was no better or worse than his 80s music... it just sounded different and it was marketed different... times changed.. music changed...trends changed...people changed... Prince stayed great


His music after the 80s was less progressive, more often than not. I mean, I listen to this show of NPG at DNA lounge in San Francisco around the time of the Symbol record, and that show is as good as anything he ever did. But Dirty Mind through half of Grafitti Bridge is realy pushing the envelope as far as production, and just plain trying new shit.

I've always said, there's always something interesting on Prince records. Even the bad ones.

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Reply #113 posted 02/17/21 12:16am

JorisE73

JayCrawford said:

JorisE73 said:


neither did you, millenial.

Lol, I didn't know being born in 1961 is considered a millennial 🤣. You kids make me laugh.


Well, you act like one. Pretty ignorant and pathetic worldview you have for a senior citizen.
Obviously wisdom doesn't come with age in your case.

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Reply #114 posted 02/17/21 12:32am

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JayCrawford said:

funkbabyandthebabysitters said:
If you Jay Crawford types think the 90s was so bad, how do you view the 00s and 10s?!
Answer this question for me. Whenever someone talks about how awful Princes music in the 90s were. Why do you always HAVE to include the 00s and 10s? Is it because so you can feel like you didn't miss out on the golden days when Prince was amazing which were the 80s? The way you defend the 90s is actually kinda sweet. Maybe it's your way of compensating the fact that you weren't around when Prince was in his prime... Who knows [Edited 2/1/21 10:34am]

Kids, settle down. Music is subjective and it is sad seeing people waste time out of their lives arguing over this lmao

[Edited 2/17/21 0:43am]

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Reply #115 posted 02/17/21 10:50pm

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Is the symbol album his most complex album of the 90s?
Theres a lot of unusual things get does on this album.
I thi k the silly story ruins it a bit but its similar to parade actually.
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Reply #116 posted 02/17/21 11:42pm

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Yeah there was some solid stuff in the 90s, I think it's because it was the period when there were many noticeable peaks and troughs. Rave In2 was such a trough it sank Atlantis.

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Reply #117 posted 02/18/21 6:47am

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JorisE73 said:



JayCrawford said:


JorisE73 said:



neither did you, millenial.



Lol, I didn't know being born in 1961 is considered a millennial 🤣. You kids make me laugh.


Well, you act like one. Pretty ignorant and pathetic worldview you have for a senior citizen.
Obviously wisdom doesn't come with age in your case.



Ok?
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Reply #118 posted 02/18/21 8:21am

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JudasLChrist said:

RJOrion said:

his 90s music was no better or worse than his 80s music... it just sounded different and it was marketed different... times changed.. music changed...trends changed...people changed... Prince stayed great


His music after the 80s was less progressive, more often than not. I mean, I listen to this show of NPG at DNA lounge in San Francisco around the time of the Symbol record, and that show is as good as anything he ever did. But Dirty Mind through half of Grafitti Bridge is realy pushing the envelope as far as production, and just plain trying new shit.

I've always said, there's always something interesting on Prince records. Even the bad ones.


Totally agree with this. The only exceptions to it for me are NEWS and Planet Earth which I just found dull. NEWS because it was meandering dinner party music and PE because I just couldn't find a spark on it anywhere. All the rest of his records always gave me something to chew on even if the album as a whole was lacking.

Led to a lot of mix CD's over the last couple of decades.

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Reply #119 posted 02/18/21 8:59am

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funkbabyandthebabysitters said:

Is the symbol album his most complex album of the 90s? Theres a lot of unusual things get does on this album. I thi k the silly story ruins it a bit but its similar to parade actually.


I might agree with that. First time I heard it I was taken aback by its density, organic sounds and the amount of layering going on. It sounded like an actual band was playing. For better or for worse.

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