Come - Prince - Come (CDr, Album)

Zuzahn - 09.10.2019 - DEFAULT /


  1. I bought this when it was released and really loved this Album, in fact it was a surprised hit in sales selling over , enough for a GOLD ALBUM Certification. 'COME" is a great album, favorite is RACE, and COME,/5().
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Come on Discogs. Label: Warner Bros. Records - • Format: CD Album • Country: Europe • Genre: Electronic, Rock, Funk / Soul • Style: Soul, Funk, Synth-pop/5().
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CDr release of Come on Discogs. Label: Warner Bros. Records - A • Format: CDr Album • Country: Hong Kong • .
  4. If liberation was Prince’s primary goal in the mids, then Come is the sound of Prince testing the limits of expressing his sexuality in his music. The provocative nature of the album, his most explicit since ’s Dirty Mind, ensured that few if any of the songs would be suitable for radio between the innuendos and literal orgasms lay some powerful, seemingly.
  5. This album is great, and if you don't like, you probably are a fan of Purple Rain, and not Prince. Prince goes all out in experimentation, lyrically, musically, and visually (visually as in the image of Prince standing before a cemetery, a very powerful idea)/5().
  6. Released after Prince announced his retirement and his intention of never using the name "Prince" again, Come is something of a surprise: an album of reportedly all new material, released by "Prince," not "The Artist Formerly Known as Prince."After listening to Come, its purpose becomes clear -- it's a record fulfilling a contract, nothing more and nothing less.
  7. Most of the songs from the Come album were recorded in early during a highly prolific time for Prince. An early collection of single word-titled tracks included: "Come", "Endorphinmachine", "Space", "Pheromone", "Loose!", "Papa", "Dark", and "Poem". It was unknown at this time if these tracks were indeed intended for an album.
  8. The intention by Prince was to market Come as "old" music, and New Funk as "new" music. The album reached number 15 on The Billboard (his lowest position for an album of new material since Controversy in ), but reached number 2 .