All Prince Reviews:
prince: Art Official Agecompact discs
Prince: Art Official Age

Released: Sep 30, 2014. Genre: Electronic, R&B, Art Rock, Soul, Funk, Experimental. Label: NPG Records, Warner Bros. Number Of Tracks: 13. A somewhat bizarre compilation of pop, funk, rap, folk and rock elements all coexist on Prince's new and heavily varietal effort, "Art Official Age."

POSTED: 10/10/2014 - 05:36 am

prince: For Youcompact discs
Prince: For You

Released: Apr 7, 1978. Genre: Pop, Funk, Disco. Label: Warner Bros.. Number Of Tracks: 09. If you're a fan of anything by Prince then you need to hear this album and hear what started him on his journey.

POSTED: 09/16/2010 - 07:46 am

prince: 20Tencompact discs
Prince: 20Ten

Released: Jul 10, 2010. Genre: Funk, rock, soul. Label: NPG. Number Of Tracks: 10. This album has certainly garnered more attention than many like it, and thankfully it packs the goods to meet that hype.

POSTED: 07/13/2010 - 02:16 am

prince: Purple Raincompact discs
Prince: Purple Rain

Release Date: Aug 6, 1984. Label: Warner Bros.. Genres: Dance-Rock, Album Rock, Rock & Roll, Pop/Rock, Neo-Psychedelia. Number Of Tracks: 9. Purple Rain finds Prince consolidating his funk and R&B roots while moving boldly into pop, rock, and heavy metal with nine superbly crafted songs.

POSTED: 10/19/2007 - 01:57 am

prince: Planet Earthcompact discs
Prince: Planet Earth

Release Date: Jul 24, 2007. Label: Columbia. Genres: Funk, Urban, Pop/Rock, Dance-Pop. Number Of Tracks: 10. Planet Earth is the sound of a working musician working, which makes it a bit of a passing pleasure, yet there's no denying that it is indeed a pleasure having him turn out solid records like this that build upon his legacy, no matter how modestly.

POSTED: 08/13/2007 - 07:43 am

prince: The Very Best Of Princecompact discs
Prince: The Very Best Of Prince

Release Date: Jul 31, 2001. Label: Rhino. Genres: Urban, Pop/Rock, Funk, Dance-Pop, Club/Dance, College Rock, Neo-Psychedelia. Number Of Tracks: 17. The Very Best of Prince is a quick-'n'-dirty review of the days when the Artist was, in the estimation of REM guitarist Peter Buck, one of the weirdest musicians in the Top 10.

POSTED: 06/05/2006 - 07:59 am