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Reply #60 posted 11/19/20 5:41pm

jfenster

Just as much as the 80 s had
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Reply #61 posted 11/20/20 5:24am

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Thanks for doing this. It's always helpfull

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BUT rave un2 the joy fantastic pink cashmere cant stop this feeling i got question of u we can funk joy in repetition

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These songs (like the Black Album released in the 90s) are so connected to the 80s for me, that I cannot see/hear them as 1990s Brilliance.

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Rave un2 the Joy Fantastic (original June 1988, yes reworked in 1999)

Pink Cashmere (June 1988)

Can't Stop This Feeling I Got (originally 1982 -reworked June 1986)

Question of U (1985)

We Can Funk (December 1983 + June 1986)

Joy in Repetition (July 1986)

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Reply #62 posted 11/20/20 6:06am

jdcxc

Dont know if these UNDERRATED 7 were referenced, but a few of my 90s Faves:

Mad Sex

Dionne

When the Lights Go Down

The War

Its About That Walk

One Kiss at a Time

Space

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Reply #63 posted 11/20/20 6:22am

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jdcxc said:

Dont know if these UNDERRATED 7 were referenced, but a few of my 90s Faves:

Mad Sex

Dionne

When the Lights Go Down

The War

Its About That Walk

One Kiss at a Time

Space


Thanks for the underrated 7. : )

Don't think Mad Sex, It's About That Walk, or The War were referenced yet.

Love listening to Mad Sex, and for some reason, it's always struck me as a guilty pleasure. I don't know why. Does it need to be guilty? lol

P's vocals, some of those lyrics, and the way the song makes you want to move...so fun!

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Reply #64 posted 11/20/20 7:41am

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Theres a lot of fun songs on prince albums
Even new power soul
But fun isnt enough on it's own to make this kind of list :p
Otherwise the list would be endless!
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Reply #65 posted 11/20/20 9:10am

khill95

I can't think of that many songs right now but I can tell you for sure..two songs guaranteed to be on there are 7 and The Most Beautiful Girl in The World

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Reply #66 posted 11/20/20 2:54pm

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rednblue said:

jdcxc said:

Dont know if these UNDERRATED 7 were referenced, but a few of my 90s Faves:

Mad Sex

Dionne

When the Lights Go Down

The War

Its About That Walk

One Kiss at a Time

Space


Thanks for the underrated 7. : )

Don't think Mad Sex, It's About That Walk, or The War were referenced yet.

Love listening to Mad Sex, and for some reason, it's always struck me as a guilty pleasure. I don't know why. Does it need to be guilty? lol

P's vocals, some of those lyrics, and the way the song makes you want to move...so fun!



Mad Sex and Push It Up from Newpower Sould are guilty pleasures of mine.

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Reply #67 posted 11/23/20 4:36am

jfenster

Maybe its our job to show his post 90s work is top notch
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Reply #68 posted 11/23/20 6:28am

jdcxc

rednblue said:

jdcxc said:

Dont know if these UNDERRATED 7 were referenced, but a few of my 90s Faves:

Mad Sex

Dionne

When the Lights Go Down

The War

Its About That Walk

One Kiss at a Time

Space


Thanks for the underrated 7. : )

Don't think Mad Sex, It's About That Walk, or The War were referenced yet.

Love listening to Mad Sex, and for some reason, it's always struck me as a guilty pleasure. I don't know why. Does it need to be guilty? lol

P's vocals, some of those lyrics, and the way the song makes you want to move...so fun!

Yesssss. But why guilty?

Its a perfect song...the funky horn chart, heavy keyboard chords and the little New Orleans piano sprinkles. Not to mention the dirty mind winking lyrics...brilliant.

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Reply #69 posted 11/23/20 9:35am

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OldFriends4Sale said:

Thanks for doing this. It's always helpfull

.

BUT rave un2 the joy fantastic pink cashmere cant stop this feeling i got question of u we can funk joy in repetition

.

These songs (like the Black Album released in the 90s) are so connected to the 80s for me, that I cannot see/hear them as 1990s Brilliance.

.
Rave un2 the Joy Fantastic (original June 1988, yes reworked in 1999)

Pink Cashmere (June 1988)

Can't Stop This Feeling I Got (originally 1982 -reworked June 1986)

Question of U (1985)

We Can Funk (December 1983 + June 1986)

Joy in Repetition (July 1986)

Same

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Reply #70 posted 11/23/20 10:35am

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Poplife88 said:



OldFriends4Sale said:




Thanks for doing this. It's always helpfull



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BUT rave un2 the joy fantastic pink cashmere cant stop this feeling i got question of u we can funk joy in repetition


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These songs (like the Black Album released in the 90s) are so connected to the 80s for me, that I cannot see/hear them as 1990s Brilliance.

.
Rave un2 the Joy Fantastic (original June 1988, yes reworked in 1999)


Pink Cashmere (June 1988)


Can't Stop This Feeling I Got (originally 1982 -reworked June 1986)


Question of U (1985)


We Can Funk (December 1983 + June 1986)


Joy in Repetition (July 1986)




Same



B b b but they weren't released in the 80s!
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Reply #71 posted 11/23/20 2:20pm

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funkbabyandthebabysitters said:

Poplife88 said:

Same

B b b but they weren't released in the 80s!


I see both sides of this. 99% of the time my playlist is based on released date, not recorded date. I think to keep things simple and consistent. However...

There are some songs I struggle with, particularly those on the released 1998 Crystal Ball set. How can I put Dream Factory and Sexual Suicide on a 1990s playlist? It just doesn't seem right. So I stick them on the '80s. Same with Black Album tracks.

In fact, if you're going to be dogmatic and inflexible about using the release date, then all of the bonus tracks from Purple Rain Super Deluxe, 1999 Super Deluxe and Sign 'O the Times Super Deluxe would be on your 2010s playlist. You'd end up with June followed by Rebirth of the Flesh.


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Reply #72 posted 11/23/20 3:25pm

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But the 80s songs on the CB set were obviously not to he taken as 90s songs

It was an archive set

Not the same as a new album that happens to include older songs

And anyway, graffiti bridge songs from 86 were in fact re recorded for 1990
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Reply #73 posted 11/23/20 6:32pm

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funkbabyandthebabysitters said:

But the 80s songs on the CB set were obviously not to he taken as 90s songs It was an archive set Not the same as a new album that happens to include older songs And anyway, graffiti bridge songs from 86 were in fact re recorded for 1990


True, and that's how I rationalize in my head breaking my rule about sticking to release dates with Crystal Ball and the Super Deluxe Editions. The Black Album is a slightly different situation, but one I can rationalize as well.

What about Chocolate Invastion and Slaughter House? How would you treat them?

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Reply #74 posted 11/30/20 10:45am

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slyjackson said:

funkbabyandthebabysitters said:

Glad no one has replied with pussy control on their lists! I have never understood why people like that song so much.

Me neither, it's awful.

People hate it because of the title. It's a brilliant track.

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