Prince - The Very Best of Prince
NME.COM feature on Prince - The Very Best of Prince album including album review, artwork, tracks, listen now, tour dates, discography and more.
Release date: 31 July 2001
Instead of carving divine sexfunk for the 21st century, [B]Prince Rogers Nelson[/B] has spent most of the '90s desecrating his good name....
Instead of carving divine sexfunk for the 21st century, Prince Rogers Nelson has spent most of the '90s desecrating his good name. So it is with some trepidation we approach 'Rave Un2 The Joy Fantastic' ... ...Only to be gladly surprised, when the multi-tracked phalanx of helium-infused Artists trill out the title track refrain like some purple-velvet clad gospel choir....
- Nov 23, 1999
Tracklisting click track to read more
- I Wanna Be Your Lover
- Little Red Corvette
- When Doves Cry
- Let's Go Crazy
- Purple Rain
- I Would Die 4 You
- Raspberry Beret
- Sign 'O' the Times
- U Got the Look
- Alphabet St.
- Thieves In The Temple
- Gett Off
- Diamonds And Pearls
- Money Don't Matter 2 Night
- Thieves In The Temple ( LP Version )
- I Would Die 4 U
- Let's Go Crazy (LP Version)
- Purple Rain (LP Version)
- Raspberry Beret (LP Version)
- Kiss (LP Version)
- Gett Off ( LP Version)
- Cream ( LP Version W/O Rap Monologue )
- Diamonds And Pearls (Edit)
- Money Don't Matter 2 Night ( LP Version)
- When Doves Cry (Edit LP Version)
- 1999 (Edit)
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
The London singer has revealed that the pair have "definitely" collaborated
Singer posted download for song on social network site
Prince hosted a special gig at Paisley Park last night (October 19) during which pancakes were served
Prince - The Very Best of Prince: Wikipedia Album Entry
The Very Best of Prince is a Best of compilation album by Prince, released in 2001. It contains most of his commercially successful singles in their radio edits, including the U.S. #1's "Let's Go Crazy", "When Doves Cry", "Kiss" and "Cream".
The album cover is somewhat a point of contention with some fans. It consists of 9 photos in a square shape, but the selection of photos is odd and does not really represent the album's contents. Two of the nine photos are from albums from which no songs were selected. Six photos were from the Parade and Graffiti Bridge albums, which only contributed one song each.
The collection does not include the US #1 hit "Batdance", most likely due to licensing of the character 'Batman', Allmusic supposes that Batman album is being unofficially written out of his discography.
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