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accordion type folded “booklet”, clear tray, 2CD tray

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Tracklist

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CD 1
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1I Wanna Be Your Lover
assistant engineer:
Mark Ettel
engineer:
Gary Brandt
producer:
Prince (“The Artist Formerly Known as…”)
lead vocals:
Prince (“The Artist Formerly Known as…”)
remixer:
Bob Mockler (engineer) and Prince (“The Artist Formerly Known as…”)
performer:
Prince (“The Artist Formerly Known as…”)
arranger:
Prince (“The Artist Formerly Known as…”)
recorded at:
Alpha Studios in Burbank, California, United States
recording of:
I Wanna Be Your Lover (Prince song)
lyricist and composer:
Prince (“The Artist Formerly Known as…”)
publisher:
Controversy Music
Prince32:59
2Uptown
producer:
Prince (“The Artist Formerly Known as…”)
recording of:
Uptown
lyricist and composer:
Prince (“The Artist Formerly Known as…”)
additional composer:
André Cymone (uncredited)
Prince34:12
3Controversy
engineer:
Mick Guzauski, Bob Mockler (engineer) and Ross Pallone
producer:
Prince (“The Artist Formerly Known as…”)
instruments and vocals:
Prince (“The Artist Formerly Known as…”)
background vocals:
Lisa Coleman (US pianist/keyboardist & composer)
arranger:
Prince (“The Artist Formerly Known as…”)
recorded at:
Kiowa Trail Home Studio (Prince's Home Studio) in Chanhassen, Minnesota, United States (in 1981)
mixed at:
Sunset Sound in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States (from 1981-08-14 until 1981-08-23)
recording of:
Controversy
lyricist and composer:
Prince (“The Artist Formerly Known as…”)
publisher:
Controversy Music
Prince47:17
41999
recording engineer:
Peggy McCreary
producer:
Prince Rogers Nelson (“The Artist Formerly Known as…”)
lead vocals:
Lisa Coleman (US pianist/keyboardist & composer), Dez Dickerson, Jill Jones and Prince (“The Artist Formerly Known as…”)
performer:
Prince (“The Artist Formerly Known as…”)
arranger:
Prince Rogers Nelson (“The Artist Formerly Known as…”)
part of:
Rolling Stone Magazine’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time (as at 2016-06-10) (number: 212) and The Rolling Stone Magazine’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time: 2021 edition (number: 339)
recording of:
1999
lyricist and composer:
Prince (“The Artist Formerly Known as…”)
publisher:
Controversy Music, Warner Chappell Music (publisher as Warner/Chappell Music) and フジパシフィックミュージック 第2事業部
Prince43:39
5Delirious
recording engineer and mixer:
Peggy McCreary
additional engineer:
Don Batts
producer:
Prince (“The Artist Formerly Known as…”)
background vocals:
Lisa Coleman (US pianist/keyboardist & composer)
arranger:
Prince (“The Artist Formerly Known as…”)
recording of:
Delirious
lyricist and composer:
Prince (“The Artist Formerly Known as…”)
publisher:
Controversy Music
Prince2:41
6When Doves Cry
recording engineer:
David Leonard (US producer and engineer) and Peggy Mac
producer:
Prince (“The Artist Formerly Known as…”)
lead vocals:
Prince (“The Artist Formerly Known as…”)
performer:
Prince (“The Artist Formerly Known as…”)
arranger:
Prince (“The Artist Formerly Known as…”)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
NPG Records, Inc. (in 2017)
recorded at:
Sunset Sound in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States
recording of:
When Doves Cry
lyricist and composer:
Prince (“The Artist Formerly Known as…”)
publisher:
Because Éditions and Controversy Music
Prince4.253:51
7I Would Die 4 U
recording engineer:
David Rivkin (producer/engineer David Rivkin) (in 1983) and David Leonard (US producer and engineer) (in 1983)
producer:
Prince (“The Artist Formerly Known as…”) and The Revolution (founded by Prince)
lead vocals:
Prince (“The Artist Formerly Known as…”)
performer:
Prince (“The Artist Formerly Known as…”) and The Revolution (founded by Prince)
arranger:
Prince (“The Artist Formerly Known as…”) and The Revolution (founded by Prince)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
NPG Records, Inc. (in 2017)
recorded at:
First Avenue in Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States (on 1983-08-03) and Sunset Sound in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States (from 1983-08 until 1983-09)
live recording of:
I Would Die 4 U (in 1983)
lyricist and composer:
Prince (“The Artist Formerly Known as…”)
publisher:
Controversy Music
recording of:
I Would Die 4 U
lyricist and composer:
Prince (“The Artist Formerly Known as…”)
publisher:
Controversy Music
Prince and The Revolution32:59
8Purple Rain
recording engineer:
David Rivkin (producer/engineer David Rivkin) (in 1983) and David Leonard (US producer and engineer) (in 1983)
producer:
Prince (“The Artist Formerly Known as…”) and The Revolution (founded by Prince)
bass guitar:
Brown Mark (on 1983-08-03)
cello:
David Coleman (American cellist & composer) (on 1983-08-03) and Suzie Katayama (on 1983-08-03)
drums (drum set) and percussion:
Bobby Z. (on 1983-08-03)
guitar:
Wendy Melvoin (on 1983-08-03)
instruments:
Prince (“The Artist Formerly Known as…”) (on 1983-08-03)
keyboard:
Lisa Coleman (US pianist/keyboardist & composer) (on 1983-08-03) and Doctor Fink (on 1983-08-03)
viola and violin:
Novi Novog (on 1983-08-03)
additional vocals:
Brown Mark (on 1983-08-03), Lisa Coleman (US pianist/keyboardist & composer) (on 1983-08-03), Doctor Fink (on 1983-08-03) and Wendy Melvoin (on 1983-08-03)
lead vocals:
Prince (“The Artist Formerly Known as…”) (on 1983-08-03)
performer:
Prince (“The Artist Formerly Known as…”) (on 1983-08-03) and The Revolution (founded by Prince) (on 1983-08-03)
strings arranger:
Lisa Coleman (US pianist/keyboardist & composer) and Prince (“The Artist Formerly Known as…”)
arranger:
Prince (“The Artist Formerly Known as…”) and The Revolution (founded by Prince)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Warner Bros. Records Inc. (not for release label use, company behind the “WB Records” imprint) (in 1984), WEA International Inc. (not for release label use! copyrights holder, distributor for the world outside of the US) (in 1984) and NPG Records, Inc. (in 2017)
recorded at:
The Record Plant (New York) in Midtown Manhattan, New York, New York, United States and First Avenue in Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States (on 1983-08-03)
engineered at:
Sunset Sound in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States (from 1983-08 until 1983-09)
part of:
The Rolling Stone Magazine’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time: 2021 edition (number: 18), Helsingin Sanomat: 100 maailman parasta laulua (2022-1-15) (number: 39) and Rolling Stone Magazine’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time (as at 2016-06-10) (number: 143)
live recording of:
Purple Rain (on 1983-08-03)
lyricist and composer:
Prince (“The Artist Formerly Known as…”)
publisher:
Because Éditions, Controversy Music and Island Music Ltd.
recording of:
Purple Rain
lyricist and composer:
Prince (“The Artist Formerly Known as…”)
publisher:
Because Éditions, Controversy Music and Island Music Ltd.
Prince and The Revolution4.258:43
9Sign “☮︎” the Times
engineer:
Coke Johnson, Prince (“The Artist Formerly Known as…”) and Susan Rogers (US sound engineer)
producer:
Prince (“The Artist Formerly Known as…”)
lead vocals:
Prince (“The Artist Formerly Known as…”)
performer:
Prince (“The Artist Formerly Known as…”)
arranger:
Prince (“The Artist Formerly Known as…”)
recorded at and mixed at:
Paisley Park Studios in Chanhassen, Minnesota, United States and Sunset Sound in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States
part of:
Rolling Stone Magazine’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time (as at 2016-06-10) (number: 299)
recording of:
Sign “☮︎” the Times
lyricist and composer:
Prince (“The Artist Formerly Known as…”)
publisher:
Shanachie
Prince3.753:42
10I Could Never Take the Place of Your Man
producer:
Prince (“The Artist Formerly Known as…”)
recording of:
I Could Never Take the Place of Your Man
lyricist and composer:
Prince (“The Artist Formerly Known as…”)
Prince33:41
11Alphabet St.
recording engineer and mixer:
Joe Blaney, Eddie Miller (US recording engineer) and Prince (“The Artist Formerly Known as…”)
producer:
Prince (“The Artist Formerly Known as…”)
bass:
Levi Seacer, Jr.
brass:
Atlanta Bliss and Eric Leeds (saxophonist)
drums (drum set) and percussion:
Sheila E.
guitar:
Miko Weaver
Hammond organ:
Boni Boyer (US vocalist)
keyboard [computer keyboards]:
Dr. Fink
lead vocals:
Prince (“The Artist Formerly Known as…”)
vocals:
Atlanta Bliss, Boni Boyer (US vocalist), Eric Leeds (saxophonist), Levi Seacer, Jr., Sheila E. and Miko Weaver
performer:
Prince (“The Artist Formerly Known as…”)
arranger:
Prince (“The Artist Formerly Known as…”)
recorded at and mixed at:
Paisley Park Studios in Chanhassen, Minnesota, United States
recording of:
Alphabet Street
lyricist and composer:
Prince Rogers Nelson (“The Artist Formerly Known as…”)
publisher:
Controversy Music
Prince3.755:40
12Diamonds and Pearls
recording engineer and mixer:
Michael Koppelman
additional engineer:
Tim Penn
producer:
The New Power Generation and Prince (“The Artist Formerly Known as…”)
lead vocals:
Prince (“The Artist Formerly Known as…”)
performer:
The New Power Generation and Prince (“The Artist Formerly Known as…”)
arranger:
The New Power Generation and Prince (“The Artist Formerly Known as…”)
recorded at:
Paisley Park Studios in Chanhassen, Minnesota, United States
recording of:
Diamonds and Pearls
lyricist and composer:
Prince Rogers Nelson (“The Artist Formerly Known as…”)
publisher:
Controversy Music
Prince and The New Power Generation34:21
13Gett Off
recording engineer:
Michael Koppelman
additional engineer:
Ray Hahnfeldt and Steve Noonan
assistant engineer:
Kimm James
producer:
The New Power Generation and Prince (“The Artist Formerly Known as…”)
flute:
Eric Leeds (saxophonist)
lead vocals:
Prince (“The Artist Formerly Known as…”)
remixer:
Keith “KC” Cohen
performer:
The New Power Generation and Prince (“The Artist Formerly Known as…”)
arranger:
The New Power Generation and Prince (“The Artist Formerly Known as…”)
recorded at:
Paisley Park in Chanhassen, Minnesota, United States
remixed at:
Larrabee West (Larrabee Sound Studios from 1969–1991) in West Hollywood, California, United States
recording of:
Gett Off
lyricist and composer:
Prince Rogers Nelson (“The Artist Formerly Known as…”)
publisher:
Because Éditions and Controversy Music
Prince and The New Power Generation44:33
14Money Don’t Matter 2 Night
recording engineer:
Michael Koppelman and Matt Larson (recording engineer)
engineer:
Tim Penn
producer:
The New Power Generation and Prince (“The Artist Formerly Known as…”)
mixer:
Michael Koppelman
lead vocals:
Prince (“The Artist Formerly Known as…”)
performer:
The New Power Generation and Prince (“The Artist Formerly Known as…”)
arranger:
The New Power Generation and Prince (“The Artist Formerly Known as…”)
recorded at:
Paisley Park in Chanhassen, Minnesota, United States and Warner–Pioneer Studio in Tokyo, Japan
recording of:
Money Don’t Matter 2 Night
lyricist and composer:
Prince Rogers Nelson (“The Artist Formerly Known as…”)
publisher:
Controversy Music
Prince and The New Power Generation3.354:48
157
recording engineer:
Dave Friedlander, Ray Hahnfeldt, Michael Koppelman, Steve Noonan and Brian Poer
additional programming:
Airiq Anest
assistant engineer:
Airiq Anest, Dave Aron (mix engineer), Steve Durkee, Ray Hahnfeldt, Steve Noonan and Brian Poer
additional producer:
Keith “KC” Cohen
producer:
The New Power Generation and Prince (“The Artist Formerly Known as…”)
mixer:
Steve Beltran, Tom Garneau, Keith “KC” Cohen, Michael Koppelman and Bob Rosa
recorded at:
Paisley Park Studios in Chanhassen, Minnesota, United States
mixed at:
Larrabee West (Larrabee Sound Studios from 1969–1991) in West Hollywood, California, United States and Paisley Park Studios in Chanhassen, Minnesota, United States
samples:
Tramp by Lowell Fulson
recording of:
7
writer:
Lowell Fulson, Jimmy McCracklin and Prince (“The Artist Formerly Known as…”)
Prince and The New Power Generation2.755:10
16Nothing Compares 2 U (live)Prince and The New Power Generation35:05
17My Name Is Prince
recording of:
My Name Is Prince
writer:
Anthony Mosley and Prince (“The Artist Formerly Known as…”)
publisher:
Mack Dog Music and NPG Publishing
Prince and The New Power Generation4:04
CD 2
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1Let’s Go Crazy (special dance mix)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
NPG Records, Inc. (in 2017)
recording of:
Let’s Go Crazy
lyricist and composer:
Prince (“The Artist Formerly Known as…”)
Prince and The Revolution7:37
2Little Red Corvette (dance remix)
recording of:
Little Red Corvette
lyricist and composer:
Prince (“The Artist Formerly Known as…”)
publisher:
Controversy Music
Prince28:27
3Let’s Work (dance remix)
recording of:
Let’s Work
lyricist and composer:
Prince (“The Artist Formerly Known as…”)
publisher:
Controversy Music
Prince8:05
4Pop Life (Fresh Dance mix)
recording of:
Pop Life
lyricist and composer:
Prince (“The Artist Formerly Known as…”)
publisher:
Controversy Music
Prince and The Revolution6:19
5She’s Always in My Hair (12″ version)
recording of:
She’s Always in My Hair
lyricist and composer:
Prince (“The Artist Formerly Known as…”)
publisher:
Controversy Music
Prince and The Revolution6:32
6Raspberry Beret (12″ version)
recording of:
Raspberry Beret
lyricist and composer:
Prince (“The Artist Formerly Known as…”)
publisher:
Controversy Music
Prince and The Revolution6:36
7Kiss (extended version)
recording of:
Kiss
lyricist and composer:
Prince (“The Artist Formerly Known as…”)
publisher:
Controversy Music
Prince and The Revolution7:16
8U Got the Look (Long Look)
recording of:
U Got the Look
lyricist and composer:
Prince (“The Artist Formerly Known as…”)
publisher:
Controversy Music
Prince6:44
9Hot Thing (extended remix)
recording of:
Hot Thing
lyricist and composer:
Prince (“The Artist Formerly Known as…”)
Prince8:33
10Thieves in the Temple (remix)
producer:
Prince (“The Artist Formerly Known as…”)
additional background vocals:
The Steeles (Family gospel quartet from Minneapolis)
remixer:
Paisley Park (“The Artist Formerly Known as…”)
performer:
Prince (“The Artist Formerly Known as…”)
arranger:
Prince (“The Artist Formerly Known as…”)
recording of:
Thieves in the Temple
lyricist and composer:
Prince (“The Artist Formerly Known as…”)
publisher:
Controversy Music
Prince38:08
11Cream (N.P.G. mix)
recording of:
Cream
lyricist and composer:
Prince Rogers Nelson (“The Artist Formerly Known as…”)
publisher:
Controversy Music
Prince and The New Power Generation4:52