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  • Performer: Prince
  • Album: The Hits 1
  • FLAC: 1514 mb | MP3: 1630 mb
  • Released: 1993
  • Country: Europe
  • Style: Pop Rock, Soul, Funk
  • Rating: 4.2/5
  • Votes: 636
Prince - The Hits 1 album flac

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Prince When Doves Cry
A2 Prince And The Revolution Pop Life
A3 Prince Soft And Wet
Remix – Tommi Vicari*
A4 Prince I Feel For You
Remix – Bob Mockler
A5 Prince Why You Wanna Treat Me So Bad?
Remix – Bob Mockler
A6 Prince When You Were Mine
Remix – Bob Mockler, Mic Guzauski*
A7 Prince And The Revolution Let's Go Crazy
A8 Prince 1999
Mixed By – Peggy McCreary
A9 Prince And The New Power Generation 7
Mixed By – Bob Rosa, Keith "KC" Cohen*, Michael Koppelman, Steve Beltran, Tom Garneau
B1 Prince Uptown
Remix – Bob Mockler, Mic Guzauski*
B2 Prince I Could Never Take The Place Of Your Man
B3 Prince And The New Power Generation Nothing Compares 2 U
B4 Prince Pink Cashmere
Mixed By – Tom Garneau
B5 Prince Alphabet St.
Mixed By – Eddie Miller, Joe Blaney
B6 Prince Sign 'O' The Times
B7 Prince Thieves In The Temple
B8 Prince And The New Power Generation Diamonds And Pearls
Mixed By – Michael Koppelman

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
9362-45431-2 Prince The Hits 1 ‎(CD, Comp) Paisley Park, Warner Bros. Records 9362-45431-2 Europe 1993
WPCP-5621 Prince The Hits 1 ‎(CD, Comp) Warner Bros. Records, Paisley Park WPCP-5621 Japan 1993
WPCR-2218 Prince The Hits 1 ‎(CD, Comp, RE) Warner Bros. Records, Paisley Park Records WPCR-2218 Japan 1998
WPCR 14746 Prince The Hits 1 ‎(CD, Comp, RE) Paisley Park, Warner Bros. Records WPCR 14746 Japan 2012
9362-45431-2 Prince The Hits 1 ‎(CD, Comp) Paisley Park, Warner Bros. Records 9362-45431-2 Mexico 1993

Опубликовано: 28 нояб. 2016 г. Prince The Hits 1 & 2 is a sheet music songbook from Warner Bros released in 1994.

The Hits/The B-Sides is a box set by American recording artist Prince. It was released on September 10, 1993, by Paisley Park Records and Warner Bros. In 1993, Prince wanted to release Goldnigga, the debut album by his band The New Power Generation but Warner Bros.

The Hits 1 is the first compilation album by Prince. It was released simultaneously with The Hits 2, The Hits, The B-Sides and The Hits Video Collection home video in September 1993, and the disc itself was also included as the first disc of The Hits, The B-Sides. In conjunction with The Hits 2, the album contains most of Prince's most well-known songs from 13 studio albums, released originally between 1978 and 1993 (Batman being the only album not represented)

Prince - The Hits 1 - Upon their release in 1993,the shorthand descriptors were thatThe Hits 1 contained the "clean" songs whileThe Hits 2 had all the "dirty" stuff. Genre: Pop. £. 5 postage.

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Another Prince set hits the top 10, as his triple album The Hits/The B-Sides re-enters at No. 6 with 41,000 units (up 8,203 percent), with 24,000 of that sum in album sales (up 10,351 percent). The album originally debuted and peaked at No. 19 on Oct. 2, 1993. The three titles are also the Nos. 1, 2 and 7 selling albums of the week, as reflected on the Top Album Sales chart (which tallies the week’s best selling albums). Incredibly, in the week ending April 21, Prince’s overall catalog of albums sold 256,000 copies - an increase of 5,298 percent compared to the previous week (5,000). Prince’s Fifth No. 1 Album: The Very Best of Prince is the Purple One’s fifth No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart, and first since 3121 bowed atop the list on April 8, 2006, spending one week at No. 1. He previously led the chart with the Batman soundtrack (six weeks in 1989), Around the World in a Day.

This is the "greatest hits" album we've been waiting for: all of Prince's biggest hits packed onto one disc. Arguably the most influential artist of the '80s, Prince is one of the very few musicians of this or any other era to find a massive and intensely loyal audience while still being praised by critics and musical contemporaries alike for his bold experimentalism and prodigious instrumental skills

Prince released his greatest hits album three years later and included a live version of the song with longtime collaborator and live backup singer Rosie Gaines. Both versions are impactful in different ways. Sinéad O’Connor sings with amazing vulnerability - her voice cracks throughout the song with an abundance of pain, sorrow, and regret.

Up Late with Prince & The NPG). Prince, The New Power Generation. Live! Prince, The New Power Generation. 2002 Live from One Nite Alone Tour 2002. Solo Piano And Voice By Prince). The Hits/The B-Sides.

The Hits Album, or Hits 1 as it is often called, is a compilation album released by CBS (Now Sony BMG) and WEA in November 1984. The album was released as a rival to the already successful Now That's What I Call Music series which EMI and Virgin Records had launched in November 1983. The Hits Album reached No. 1 in the UK Top 100 Albums chart for seven weeks and remained in the chart for 36 weeks.