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The self-titled second studio album by the American recording artist. The album was written, arranged, composed, produced and performed entirely by Prince, with the only known contribution from another person being 'some vocal harmony' added by close friend/bassist André Cymone on 'Why You Wanna Treat Me So Bad?'. Features the singles 'I Wanna Be Your Lover', 'Why You Wanna Treat Me So Bad?', 'Still Waiting' and 'Sexy Dancer'.
|Autor||Prince (Performed By)|
|Music||<ul><li>Solo performer: Prince (various instruments).</li><li>Recorded at Alpha Studios, Burbank, California.</li><li>Composer: Prince.</li><li>Personnel: Prince (vocals, guitar, keyboards, drums).</li><li>Audio Remixer: Bob Mockler.</li><li>Recording information: Alpha Studios, Burbank, CA (04/1979-06/1979).</li><li>Photographers: Jurgen Reisch, Chris Callis.</li><li>Arranger: Prince.</li><li>Like his 1978 debut, FOR YOU, Prince composed, played, sang, produced and arranged all the songs on his 1979 follow-up, simply titled PRINCE. While PRINCE features a number of great dance songs, it also gave his future audience an idea of what they could expect from a talent many consider the finest pop composer of the 1980s. Barely into his 20's, Prince already possessed a remarkable musical vocabulary and subterranean understanding of an untold number of musical genres--ones he was rapidly combining in a way no one had heard before. On the rocker "Bambi," Prince shows off his dazzling, heavy metal-styled guitar work, while on "Still Waiting" and the now-pop standard "I Feel For You," he displays the kind of gentleness reminiscent of the best of Smokey Robinson or Stevie Wonder.</li><li>Though PRINCE did yield the #1 R&B hit, "I Wanna Be Your Lover"--it also cracked the Top 40 on the pop charts--it wasn't until his next release that his highness truly captured the American consciousness. PRINCE stands as a remarkable release by an emerging talent of immeasurable innovation.</li></ul>, Q - 3 Stars - Good, Array, CD (1 Disc), Stereo, USA, Studio, 1 October, 1990, Warner Brothers, 14 x 12.5 x 1.1 centimeters (0.11 kg)|