Prince ‎– Sign “O” The Times (1987)

Sign “O” The Times is the ninth studio album by American R&B/pop musician/vocalist Prince, released in 1987 on Paisley Park. Tracklist: 1. “Sign ‘o’ the Times” (5:02) 2. “Play in the Sunshine” (5:05) 3. “Housequake” (4:38) 4. “Ballad of Dorothy Parker” (4:04) 5. “It” (5:10) 6. “Starfish and Coffee” (2:51) 7. “Slow Love” (4:18) 8. […]

Sheila E. ‎– In Romance 1600 (1985)

In Romance 1600 is the second solo album by American Latin-dance percussionist/vocalist Sheila E., produced by Prince and released in 1985 on Warner Bros. Tracklist: A1. “Sister Fate” (3:50) A2. “Dear Michaelangelo” (4:38) A3. “A Love Bizzare” (12:18) B1. “Toy Box” (5:32) B2. “Yellow” (2:11) B3. “Romance 1600” (3:56) B4. “Merci for the Speed of […]

Prince and the Revolution ‎– Purple Rain (1984)

Purple Rain is the sixth album by American R&B/pop musician/vocalist Prince, released in 1984 on Warner Bros. The album served as the soundtrack to a cinematic musical drama in which the artist stars as an uncompromising yet troubled performer/bandleader. Tracklist: A1. “Let’s Go Crazy” (4:39) A2. “Take Me With U” (3:54) A3. “The Beautiful Ones” […]

Prince ‎– Prince (1979)

Prince is the second album by the namesake soul/funk artist, released in 1979 on Warner Bros. Tracklist: A1. “I Wanna Be Your Lover” (5:47) A2. “Why You Wanna Treat Me So Bad?” (3:49) A3. “Sexy Dancer” (4:18) A4. “When We’re Dancing Close and Slow” (5:18) B1. “With You” (3:59) B2. “Bambi” (4:22) B3. “Still Waiting” (4:24) […]


Prince — aka Prince Rogers Nelson (June 7, 1958 — April 21, 2016) — was an American vocalist, composer, multi-instrumentalist, bandleader, and producer from Minneapolis who was musically active for four decades. He released six albums on Warner Bros. between 1978 and 1984, followed by another round of titles on his own Paisley Park imprint […]

94 East

94 East were an American funk band from Minneapolis that recorded nearly an album’s worth of material circa 1976/77 that has since been released by archivists Hot Pink and Numero. The band featured a young, pre-fame Prince Rogers Nelson. Members: Pepé Willie, Prince (guitar), Colonel Abrams (vocals) Discography: Minneapolis Genius: The Historic 1977 Recordings (1986) […]