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NPG Records To Release Two Posthumous New Album From Prince Containing Unreleased Tracks

NPG Records To Release Two Posthumous New Album From Prince Containing Unreleased Tracks 2

Prince’s posthumous career has kicked into high gear with the news of two forthcoming releases from the late icon’s estate, including a 40-track greatest hits compilation titled Prince 4Ever and a deluxe reissue of Purple Rain. Both of these albums will contain previously unreleased material from the Purple Wonder’s vault.

prince4everNews of the two albums surfaced on Friday (October 21) via NPG Records/Warner Bros, which details the contents of both releases. Prince 4Ever will drop on November 22 and include the obvious hits (“1999,” “Little Red Corvette,” “When Doves Cry”) as well as some lesser known fan favorites (the solo version of “Nothing Compares to 2 U,” “Why You Wanna Treat Me So Bad,” “Gotta Stop (Messin’ About).” It’ll also feature a previously unreleased 1982 cut called “Moonbeam Levels” and a booklet of never-before-seen photos by Herb Ritts.

Purple Rain‘s reissue, which is set to drop in early 2017, will be remastered and include a second album of previously unreleased material. It’s said that this release was put together with the singer’s input.

Take a look at the Prince 4Ever track list below.

1999
Little Red Corvette
When Doves Cry
Let’s Go Crazy
Raspberry Beret
I Wanna Be Your Lover
Soft and Wet
Why You Wanna Treat Me So Bad
Uptown
When You Were Mine
Head
Gotta Stop (Messin’ About)
Controversy

Let’s Work
Delirious
I Would Die 4 U
Take Me With U
Paisley Park
Pop Life
Purple Rain
Kiss
Sign ‘O’ The Times
Alphabet Street
Batdance
Thieves In The Temple
Cream
Mountains
Girls & Boys

If I Was Your Girlfriend
U Got The Look
I Could Never Take The Place of Your Man
Glam Slam
Moonbeam Levels
Diamonds and Pearls
Gett Off
Sexy MF
My Name Is Prince
7
Peach
Nothing Compares 2 U

by James Dinh

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