In 1984, funk rock legend Prince combined music and film into a major extravaganza called Purple Rain, and it went to the top of the charts for 24 weeks in a row.
Nobody likes the cutting room floor! Here we list ten rock B-sides, bonus tracks, and alternative takes that never belonged there in the first place.
Only invigorating, blood-pumping, sledgehammer slabs of rock need to apply. So if time travel is ever invented, here are ten shows to hit first out of the gate.
"Between the Grooves" take a deep dive into Prince's Diamonds and Pearls. The album offers explorations into the mysterious/strange sexual side of Prince, his preachy/pedantic side, and also his relaxed/smooth side.
Prince's 1999 is not so much one of the greatest albums of all time as a curation from an amorphous mass of music that might be one of the greatest achievements in pop.
Morris Day built his everything on top of Prince’s everything. In his memoir, On Time, he channels the superstar to enjoyable effect.