Prince - Parade
NME.COM feature on Prince - Parade album including album review, artwork, tracks, listen now, tour dates, discography and more.
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- Christopher Tracy's Parade
- New Position
- I Wonder U
- Under the Cherry Moon
- Girls & Boys
- Life Can Be So Nice
- Venus de Milo
- Do U Lie
- Sometimes it Snows in April
Five minutes of unmistakable Prince
- Jan 20, 2012
Paddock Wood, Kent, July 1st-3rd
- Jul 12, 2011
You can only hear this by buying a copy of The Mirror. Don't bother
- Jul 12, 2010
Rumours suggest US singer could still make an appearance at Worthy Farm bash
New track titles include 'The Gold Standard' and 'This Could Be Us'
Singer tells Roundhouse crowd: "Something is going on in here. I don't know about you but I can feel it"
Prince - Parade: Wikipedia Album Entry
Parade: Music from the Motion Picture "Under the Cherry Moon" is a 1986 album by Prince and the Revolution. It was the follow-up to Around the World in a Day and the soundtrack to Prince's second film. The album sees Prince further diversifying musically, adding orchestrations to his music and presenting a very European feel. Prince also displayed a new image with Parade: his trademark ruffled shirts, wild curly hair, and purple satin robes which defined his look from 1981's Controversy to 1985's Around the World in a Day gave way to slicked-back hair and dress suits. Even though the single, "Kiss", was a number one hit, the album as a whole was not well-received in the U.S. Europe, however, embraced the album, and for the first time in Prince's career, European album sales eclipsed those in the U.S. This was Prince's final album released with The Revolution.
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