Alphabet St. - Prince - Lovesexy (Vinyl, LP, Album)

Label: Paisley Park - 925 720-1,Paisley Park - WX 164 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: Europe • Genre: Electronic, Funk / Soul, Pop • Style: Synth-pop, Funk
Alphabet St. - Prince - Lovesexy (Vinyl, LP, Album)

Spine: 9 Prince Lovesexy Paisley Park Records. Labels: DJ. ℗ Warner Bros. Records Inc. for the U.S. Vinyl: Due to a manufacturing variation (different compositions & quality of the feedstock) some copies may appear dark translucent brown when held against a /5(39).

Alphabet St. (SRC pressing, the line "From the Paisley Park album LOVESEXY ()" is printed on both sides label) Alphabet St. (ARC pressing, the line "From the Paisley Park album LOVESEXY ()" is printed on A-side label only)/5(35).

A similar UK edition in PVC sleeve, which can be identified by its different label rings and runout etchings, was pressed by Damont, see Alphabet St.. Label side A; From the Paisley Park LP "Lovesexy" WX Label side B: Original version available on the Paisley Park LP "Lovesexy" WX/5(41).

Prince Lovesexy on LP. Release Prince Referred to as His Gospel Album Back in Print! Prince arrived on the scene in the lates, and it didn't take long for him to upend the music world with his startling music and arresting rewrote the rulebook, forging a synthesis of black funk and white rock that served as a blueprint for cutting-edge music in the '80s.

Prince " Lovesexy Alphabet Street " Full Color U.K. Import PICTURE DISC LP Record Album Prince Format: Vinyl See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

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  1. 'All love and thanks to God!', said Prince on the back of this album's credits. Whether 'God' or something else, Prince's twisted funk music always touched anyone's g-spot, some being irritated by endless ecclecticism of his or simply for it is truly fascinating - the effect 'Lovesexy' has is a fair share of orgasmic chills; bizzare 'continuous sequence' in which funk, exoticism and of course 4/5().

  2. Clearly, Lovesexy's quirkiness—the controversial album cover, its musical esotericism, and Prince's radicalized androgyny flew over many people's heads, but Prince wasn't spoon-feeding folks in He was exploring, and boy did he hit a new benchmark here. All of this in just ten years since he released his debut. Remarkable.

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