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The definitive Prince reissue series continues with a first time on vinyl for three of his essential noughties albums, "Musicology", "3121" and "Planet Earth". 
Released in 2004, "Musicology" was a major return to form and the public eye for Prince after a number of years in the wilderness. Armed with a game-changing promotional plan (the CD + Ticket bundle) and his tightest material for time, Prince taught the world a lesson in funk, go-go and classic RnB inspired equally by James Brown and the neck snapping beats of Timbaland, Neptunes and Dre. The LP spawned three singles "Musicology", "Call My Name" and "Cinnamon Girl", though "Illusion, Coma, Pimp & Circumstance" and "If Eye Was The Man In Your Life" could easily have hit the charts.

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2xColoured LP Info: Limited edition purple vinyl.

The definitive Prince reissue series continues with a first time on vinyl for three of his essential noughties albums, "Musicology", "3121" and "Planet Earth".
On its original UK release, Prince's 2007 album "Planet Earth" was available as a free covermount CD with the Mail On Sunday, or as part of a ticket deal for his 21 night live run at London's O2 arena. While this might have caused chaos amongst record stores at the time, it did ensure that a great late Prince album was heard by the widest audience possible. Where previous albums "Musicology" and "3121" predominently dealt with funk and R&B, "Planet Earth" is more of a mixed bag, as evidenced by its three singles, "Guitar", "Somewhere Here On Earth" and "Chelsea Rodgers".

FORMAT INFORMATION

Coloured LP Info: Limited edition purple vinyl.

The definitive Prince reissue series continues with a first time on vinyl for three of his essential noughties albums, "Musicology", "3121" and "Planet Earth".
Named after either his rented LA mansion, a biblical verse or the fact that this, his 31st LP was released on March 21st 2006, "3121" cemented Prince's return to the public eye after the critical acclaim and universal success of "Musicology" and its accompanying tour. His first number one LP since 1989's "Batman", the LP spawned four singles, the romantic "Te Amo Corazon" (essential for fans of "The Most Beautiful Girl..."), low slung stomper "Black Sweat", vintage synth funk jam "Fury" and soulful "Beautiful, Loved And Blessed". 


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2xColoured LP Info: Limited edition purple vinyl.


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