PRINCE And The Revolution – Around The World In A Day

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"Few albums showcase Prince’s fiercely independent nature quite like Around the World in a Day, which sounds vastly different than the songs on his breakout albums, 1999 and Purple Rain, and joyfully whisks his new fans in a dizzying array of sonic directions. Pulling in Middle Eastern instruments like the darbuka drum, fingercymbals and the lute-type guitar the oud, Prince and the Revolution weave a decidedly paisley tapestry of psychedelic, dreamy sounds.

Inspired in part by the Paisley Underground movement that was sweeping Los Angeles and the ‘70s rock records that shaped Prince in his youth, Around the World in a Day marked the first time that the phrase “Paisley Park” appeared in Prince’s work — both as a track on the album and as the name of his new imprint on Warner Bros. Records, which he would oversee and utilize to release music by himself and his proteges for the next decade."

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Around The World In A Day 3:25
Paisley Park 4:41
Condition Of The Heart 6:46
Raspberry Beret 3:31
Tamborine 2:46
America 3:40
Pop Life 3:42
The Ladder 5:26
Temptation 8:21