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94 East Featuring Prince (limited 180 gram vinyl 3xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: CHARLYL 221. Rel: 21 Oct 16
Funk/Reissues
  1. Just Another Sucker (5:15)
  2. If You Feel Like Dancin' (7:08)
  3. Lovin' Cup (4:12)
  4. Games (3:42)
  5. Dance To The Music Of The World (5:06)
  6. One Man Jam (6:11)
  7. If You See Me (5:42)
  8. Games (instrumental version) (3:42)
  9. I'll Always Love You (3:55)
  10. Better Than You Think (4:32)
  11. If We Don't (4:07)
  12. You Can Be My Teacher (4:09)
  13. Love, Love, Love (3:54)
  14. If You See Me (instrumental version) (5:42)
  15. Games (alternate instrumental version) (5:00)
  16. Better Than You Think (instrumental version) (4:32)
  17. Dance To The Music Of The World (rehearsal session version) (6:10)
Review: By now, most know the story of 94 East. The Minneapolis band was founded in 1975 by Pepe Wille, and included amongst its' members a precocious teenager called Prince Rogers Nelson. They made over an album's worth of recordings in 1977, which remained something of a secret until Willie released them in the mid '80s to capitalize on Prince's solo success. Here, these pioneering recordings are once again made public in tribute to the sadly departed Purple One. What's so remarkable about them isn't their high quality - you'd expect that given Prince's involvement - but rather how they sound like prototypes of the distinctive "purple funk" sound that the legendary artist later made his own. The album also includes "If You Feel Like Dancin", which is arguably one of the finest "proto-house" records ever made.
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94 East Featuring Prince (limited 180 gram purple vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: CHARLYL 219. Rel: 21 Oct 16
Funk/Reissues
  1. Just Another Sucker (5:16)
  2. If You Feel Like Dancin' (7:09)
  3. Lovin' Cup (4:16)
  4. Games (3:42)
  5. Dance To The Music Of The World (5:05)
  6. One Man Jam (6:12)
Review: By now, most know the story of 94 East. The Minneapolis band was founded in 1975 by Pepe Wille, and included amongst its' members a precocious teenager called Prince Rogers Nelson. They made over an album's worth of recordings in 1977, which remained something of a secret until Willie released them in the mid '80s to capitalize on Prince's solo success. Here, these pioneering recordings are once again made public in tribute to the sadly departed Purple One. What's so remarkable about them isn't their high quality - you'd expect that given Prince's involvement - but rather how they sound like prototypes of the distinctive "purple funk" sound that the legendary artist later made his own. The album also includes "If You Feel Like Dancin", which is arguably one of the finest "proto-house" records ever made.
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Pop Life (12")
Cat: 020357. Rel: 01 Jan 90
Funk/Reissues
  1. Pop Life (Sheila E Fresh Dance mix)
  2. Hello (Sheila E Fresh Dance mix)
Review: Wicked record from the man Prince, taken from his highly acclaimed "Around The World In A Day" album. Repress with full picture sleeve. Limited quantities.
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Cat: 007599 2557719. Rel: 21 Oct 16
Funk/Reissues
  1. Sign "O" The Times (4:57)
  2. Play In The Sunshine (5:05)
  3. Housequake (4:40)
  4. The Ballad Of Dorothy Parker (4:02)
  5. It (5:10)
  6. Starfish & Coffee (2:50)
  7. Slow Love (4:22)
  8. Hot Thing (5:38)
  9. Forever In My Life (3:25)
  10. U Got The Look (3:47)
  11. If I Was Your Girlfriend (5:01)
  12. Strange Relationship (3:58)
  13. I Could Never Take The Place Of Your Man (6:31)
  14. The Cross (4:42)
  15. It's Gonna Be A Beautiful Night (8:59)
  16. Adore (6:30)
Review: For all of his undoubted musical genius, many of Prince's albums could be a little hit-and-miss. That's not an accusation that could be hurled at Sign O' The Times, which remains one of the Purple One's most potent collections of songs. As this vinyl reissue proves, the 1987 set still sounds every bit as good as it did all those years ago. While there are plenty of well-known hits - the peerless social commentary of 'Sign O' The Times', the sexual thrust of 'Hot Thing', the gnarly dancefloor funk of 'You Got The Look', and so on - the album's lesser-known moments, from the rockin' strut of "Play In The Sunshine", to the heartfelt, stripped-back "The Cross", are equally as inspired. File under "essential listening".
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Prince (LP)
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Cat: 009362 4922087. Rel: 06 May 16
Funk/Reissues
  1. I Wanna Be Your Lover (5:37)
  2. Why You Wanna Treat Me So Bad? (3:50)
  3. Sexy Dancer (4:19)
  4. When We're Dancing Close & Slow (5:00)
  5. With You (4:00)
  6. Bambi (4:19)
  7. Still Waiting (4:21)
  8. I Feel For You (3:20)
  9. It's Gonna Be Lonely (5:29)
Review: Few words required: Prince's legacy is like no other and will live on as long as there is music. His self-titled sophomore release, of his 39 studio album repertoire this one is especially significant. You can hear him revelling in experimentalism, playing with ideas that would become the lead on future works (such as the big glam guitars on "Bambi" and lewd, brazen slap bass on "Sexy Dancer"), it also contains his original version of "I Feel For You" (famously covered by Chaka Khan) and his first hit single "I Wanna Be You Lover". Laced with some really heart-rending ballads (made all the more poignant since he passed away), it's one of many testaments that we'll never forget him. Rest in peace.
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Cat: 700811 Rel: 28 Aug 18
 
Collection of documentaries focusing on American pop star Prince
Notes: The three films feature a chronicle of his output during the 1980s, his battle against Warner Music in the 1990s in which he fought to gain control of his master recordings, and several interviews with the artist, his friends and contributors as well as live performances.

Featuring:

Prince: The Glory Years - A Documentary Review
Slave Trade: How Prince Re-Made The Music Business
Prince: In His Own Words

Total Running Time: 134 Minutes
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