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Reply #60 posted 09/23/21 1:18am

fredmagnus

williamb610 said:

Coming for certain members of the United States of Afrika populace...990 unreleased Prince songs, with the Undertaker "extended" album up first...

THIS AIN'T NO RUMOR...THIS IS ACTUAL FACT!

How you get the songs...you may have to do a lot of community service or something to hear them and even then...if you're not part of the NA KHI/OSU collective/Protectorate system, you won't get to keep the songs, though you'll get to hear all eventual...10,000+ Prince songs...

Given how Prince was treated by w---- guys and even some w---- girls...no offense...they won't get to hear them at all(guys)...girls(racist or not)...YOU STILL WON'T GET TO KEEP THEM or even hear all of them!

ALL HIp-----'S OPTION!

Other "races" of people...it's my option whether you get it or not...I'm hearing of stories of a GRENADE being thrown toward Prince, during the "Nude" tour(2 people DIED)...and the YAKUZA targeting Prince, when he was over there! So...pretty much...Prince's new music...(20,000+ songs...OOPS...did I say 20,000+ Prince songs or 10,000+ Prince songs? You can go back a little and read...ANYWAY! I'm also, hearing that Prince Rogers (my last name was his real last name) was actually BOOED at half of his concerts AND NOT BY BLACK PEOPLE(who loved him from the beginning)! pRiNCe's music is for his Family(BLACK/aFrICAN people)!

Prince is FOREVER!

New Futurians...Vizions...Peace(especially to James L. Wilson and the Protectorate) and like P said..."Be Wild"..."NOTHING can stop....!" This NEW GENERATION!

What are you smoking ? I'm interested lol lol

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Reply #61 posted 09/23/21 3:51am

SanMartin

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Rumour has it that the next release will be a compilation of outtakes featuring Tony M. I unironically want this.

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Reply #62 posted 09/23/21 4:22am

RODSERLING

SanMartin said:

Rumour has it that the next release will be a compilation of outtakes featuring Tony M. I unironically want this.



To accompany Diamond s and Pearls, they should released a few months after Goldnigga.
Just like Crystal Ball was supposed to be released initially a few months after SOTT deluxe.
Just sayin'...
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Reply #63 posted 09/23/21 7:10am

LoveGalore

fredmagnus said:



williamb610 said:


Coming for certain members of the United States of Afrika populace...990 unreleased Prince songs, with the Undertaker "extended" album up first...



THIS AIN'T NO RUMOR...THIS IS ACTUAL FACT!



How you get the songs...you may have to do a lot of community service or something to hear them and even then...if you're not part of the NA KHI/OSU collective/Protectorate system, you won't get to keep the songs, though you'll get to hear all eventual...10,000+ Prince songs...



Given how Prince was treated by w---- guys and even some w---- girls...no offense...they won't get to hear them at all(guys)...girls(racist or not)...YOU STILL WON'T GET TO KEEP THEM or even hear all of them!



ALL HIp-----'S OPTION!



Other "races" of people...it's my option whether you get it or not...I'm hearing of stories of a GRENADE being thrown toward Prince, during the "Nude" tour(2 people DIED)...and the YAKUZA targeting Prince, when he was over there! So...pretty much...Prince's new music...(20,000+ songs...OOPS...did I say 20,000+ Prince songs or 10,000+ Prince songs? You can go back a little and read...ANYWAY! I'm also, hearing that Prince Rogers (my last name was his real last name) was actually BOOED at half of his concerts AND NOT BY BLACK PEOPLE(who loved him from the beginning)! pRiNCe's music is for his Family(BLACK/aFrICAN people)!



Prince is FOREVER!



New Futurians...Vizions...Peace(especially to James L. Wilson and the Protectorate) and like P said..."Be Wild"..."NOTHING can stop....!" This NEW GENERATION!






What are you smoking ? I'm interested lol lol



Prince fans are literally insane.
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Reply #64 posted 09/27/21 3:33am

Romeoblu

It's looking highly unlikely we will get another release this year. I will give up all hope if there is nothing announced by the end of this week.
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Reply #65 posted 09/27/21 7:07am

paisleypark4

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RODSERLING said:

D&P is musically a masterpiece. Prince created a whole new sound, very eclectic and combining every genre. I can't understand the fans saying he followed trends with this album. That was the first time there was hip/hop rap with true instrumentals played by true musicians, not just a sample loop. Lyrically, it was also self-mocking, prefiguring Eminem. It seemed like, for the 1st time in his carreer, Prince was really having fun. Commercially, it wasn't that successful, considering the numbers of hits, music videos, promotion, tv performances, amd all the work put behind these choregraphoes and scenographies! I think the lack of US tour prevented it for selling more than 3 millions there.

It did follow trends. Prince was not hip hop of any merit at that point, not even New Jack Swing. Prince was in his own lane..then he stopped up to this point. Successful singles and three good album tracks (Daddy Pop, Walk Don't Walk and Push). The album as a whole doesnt fit well together however. Prince had too much competition up to this point to do too much to the charts...being that he has been on the scene for 10 years.

He had to go against U2, Michael Jackson, Garth Brooks, Guns and Roses and Nirvana in the same time his album came out.

There was no way boo.

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Reply #66 posted 09/27/21 7:26am

RODSERLING

paisleypark4 said:



RODSERLING said:


D&P is musically a masterpiece. Prince created a whole new sound, very eclectic and combining every genre. I can't understand the fans saying he followed trends with this album. That was the first time there was hip/hop rap with true instrumentals played by true musicians, not just a sample loop. Lyrically, it was also self-mocking, prefiguring Eminem. It seemed like, for the 1st time in his carreer, Prince was really having fun. Commercially, it wasn't that successful, considering the numbers of hits, music videos, promotion, tv performances, amd all the work put behind these choregraphoes and scenographies! I think the lack of US tour prevented it for selling more than 3 millions there.



It did follow trends. Prince was not hip hop of any merit at that point, not even New Jack Swing. Prince was in his own lane..then he stopped up to this point. Successful singles and three good album tracks (Daddy Pop, Walk Don't Walk and Push). The album as a whole doesnt fit well together however. Prince had too much competition up to this point to do too much to the charts...being that he has been on the scene for 10 years.



He had to go against U2, Michael Jackson, Garth Brooks, Guns and Roses and Nirvana in the same time his album came out.



There was no way boo.



That's your opinion, to me these are all very strong tracks, besides Insatiable that was just rehash of Scandalous.

To me, New Jack Swing was just some losers trying to imitate the voice of Prince and MJ, without the talent to compose a real good melody.

When you listen to songs of the Time circa Purple Rain, it really does sound New Jack before it was named like that.

And to me it was always obvious " Jack Sound " Was a intended pun on "Jackson".

Prince did try rap/hip hop before D&P : Irresistible Bitch dates back to 1981, of course The Black Album in 1987, some tracks on Graffiti Bridge... And he was already sampled in 1990/91, so it seems Prince was already hipped-hopped.
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Reply #67 posted 09/27/21 7:50am

SantanaMaitrey
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paisleypark4 said:



RODSERLING said:


D&P is musically a masterpiece. Prince created a whole new sound, very eclectic and combining every genre. I can't understand the fans saying he followed trends with this album. That was the first time there was hip/hop rap with true instrumentals played by true musicians, not just a sample loop. Lyrically, it was also self-mocking, prefiguring Eminem. It seemed like, for the 1st time in his carreer, Prince was really having fun. Commercially, it wasn't that successful, considering the numbers of hits, music videos, promotion, tv performances, amd all the work put behind these choregraphoes and scenographies! I think the lack of US tour prevented it for selling more than 3 millions there.



It did follow trends. Prince was not hip hop of any merit at that point, not even New Jack Swing. Prince was in his own lane..then he stopped up to this point. Successful singles and three good album tracks (Daddy Pop, Walk Don't Walk and Push). The album as a whole doesnt fit well together however. Prince had too much competition up to this point to do too much to the charts...being that he has been on the scene for 10 years.



He had to go against U2, Michael Jackson, Garth Brooks, Guns and Roses and Nirvana in the same time his album came out.



There was no way boo.


And don't forget The Red Hot Chili Peppers and Lenny Kravitz, who were also making it big in that year.
If you take any of this seriously, you're a bigger fool than I am.
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Reply #68 posted 09/27/21 10:07am

RODSERLING

SantanaMaitreya said:

paisleypark4 said:



RODSERLING said:


D&P is musically a masterpiece. Prince created a whole new sound, very eclectic and combining every genre. I can't understand the fans saying he followed trends with this album. That was the first time there was hip/hop rap with true instrumentals played by true musicians, not just a sample loop. Lyrically, it was also self-mocking, prefiguring Eminem. It seemed like, for the 1st time in his carreer, Prince was really having fun. Commercially, it wasn't that successful, considering the numbers of hits, music videos, promotion, tv performances, amd all the work put behind these choregraphoes and scenographies! I think the lack of US tour prevented it for selling more than 3 millions there.



It did follow trends. Prince was not hip hop of any merit at that point, not even New Jack Swing. Prince was in his own lane..then he stopped up to this point. Successful singles and three good album tracks (Daddy Pop, Walk Don't Walk and Push). The album as a whole doesnt fit well together however. Prince had too much competition up to this point to do too much to the charts...being that he has been on the scene for 10 years.



He had to go against U2, Michael Jackson, Garth Brooks, Guns and Roses and Nirvana in the same time his album came out.



There was no way boo.


And don't forget The Red Hot Chili Peppers and Lenny Kravitz, who were also making it big in that year.



Like I said, all the guys that work that year were doing the same genre of music during their whole respective album.

The exception being MJ, but 9 singles to make " only " What Nirvana did with only four, prove my saying that eclectic music has hard time to sell.
And MJ was on the market like ten years before Prince.
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Reply #69 posted 09/27/21 1:28pm

FragileUnderto
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'So, what's next?'

We wait
Cant believe my purple psychedelic pimp slap pimp2

And I descend from grace, In arms of undertow
I will take my place, In the great below
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Reply #70 posted 09/27/21 11:11pm

Graycap23

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Lets hope the Estate isn't listening 2 the stuff on this forum.

FOOLS multiply when WISE Men & Women are silent.
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Reply #71 posted 09/28/21 12:54am

love2thenines2
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Graycap23 said:

Lets hope the Estate isn't listening 2 the stuff on this forum.

THis is almost October ....This is obvious for a lot of reasons right now there will not be D&P Box this Year !!!

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Reply #72 posted 09/28/21 2:29pm

FrankieCoco1

On Prince twitter and Facebook, the profile picture (or whatever it’s called) has changed from a W2A one to what seems to be one from about 2013-14.

https://mobile.twitter.co...r%5Eauthor

https://pbs.twimg.com/pro...7/1500x500

Can anyone place this photo? And does it give a clue to the next direction?

Edit: To answer my own question, photo is from Smukfest, Denmark on 7 August 2013 when Moonbeam Levels was played for the first time in over 30 years ( http://princevault.com/in...ugust_2013 )
[Edited 9/29/21 15:28pm]
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Reply #73 posted 09/28/21 11:31pm

TrcikyChristop
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Friday is also normally release day, so maybe an announcement plus first single?
I would be highly surprised if they don't do something special to mark this date.
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Reply #74 posted 09/29/21 3:49am

Ramzoo

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Co-sign. Fingers crossed...
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Reply #75 posted 09/29/21 1:49pm

FrankieCoco1

With David Bowie’s 18LP SDE ( https://superdeluxeeditio...1992-2001/ ) out in November, I’d be surprised if there’s any space at record plants to make any other SDE this year. I’m not expecting any big Prince release announcement this week/this side of Xmas.
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Reply #76 posted 09/30/21 12:03am

love2thenines2
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2021 D&P box ....it's dead!
Think 2022!
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Reply #77 posted 09/30/21 3:00am

RODSERLING

Each there was an eatate release there was a leak around a week before the official announcement.
Tracklist, packaging, number of CDs, etc.
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Reply #78 posted 09/30/21 8:06am

Marco81

Posted on the official Prince FB paga 20 mins ago:

""D to the I to the A to the M, O to the N to the D to the pearls of love..."
October 1.
Photograph by Randee St. Nicholas"

If this is not a hint...

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Reply #79 posted 09/30/21 8:15am

26ten

Phase3 said:

FragileUndertow said:


Sounds too good to be true lol

I've seen the future and it will be
[Edited 9/6/21 21:13pm]


Idk if the Batman franchise is a copyright labyrinth but dear God I would live an expanded edition of that. Reaaaaal bad.
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Reply #80 posted 09/30/21 8:20am

26ten

Phase3 said:

mbdtyler said:

It would be nice to have something small like another Originals volume just to hold us over until the next big thing


That would be better than diamonds and Pearl's deluxe


!!!!
JUST ANNOUNCED
the DPE includes 14 Tony M solo albums!!!
OH JESUS YES


hahaha jk

I would be so interested if that turned out to be real even if I didn't like it. cool eek biggrin eek
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Reply #81 posted 09/30/21 9:36am

Romeoblu

Marco81 said:

Posted on the official Prince FB paga 20 mins ago:




""D to the I to the A to the M, O to the N to the D to the pearls of love..."

October 1.

Photograph by Randee St. Nicholas"


If this is not a hint...




Probably just to recognise the 30th Anniversary.

But there is still a tiny glimmer of hope.
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Reply #82 posted 09/30/21 9:20pm

Phase3

26ten said:

Phase3 said:


I've seen the future and it will be
[Edited 9/6/21 21:13pm]


Idk if the Batman franchise is a copyright labyrinth but dear God I would live an expanded edition of that. Reaaaaal bad.

I'm all for it
Maybe WB and the estate can come to a agreement and make it happen
Can you imagine hearing the full version of "electric chair" in crystal clear quality? Plus the original version from 1986 of "the future"?
Batman is the album that made me a Prince fan so ofcourse I want it
[Edited 9/30/21 21:22pm]
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