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Old 09-30-2021, 08:57 AM   #41 (permalink)
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12 incredible and slightly crazy things about Prince
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Artistic people lean towards extremes...... so the facts are going to reflect that, wealth as well gives you more choices...
Don't necessary make you Happy. either.
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Old 10-02-2021, 10:14 AM   #43 (permalink)
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I thought Prince was incredible, during his peak from 1980-1988 he was awesome, saw him live during the Lovesexy tour in 88, Wembley.

His decline after the 1980s was pretty damn harsh and it was such a shame. Musically speaking Prince hadn't been relevant since the late 80s so I wouldn't be surprised if the younger crowd (millennial's and Gen Z) didn't discover him until he died...
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I thought Prince was incredible, during his peak from 1980-1988 he was awesome, saw him live during the Lovesexy tour in 88, Wembley.

His decline after the 1980s was pretty damn harsh and it was such a shame. Musically speaking Prince hadn't been relevant since the late 80s so I wouldn't be surprised if the younger crowd (millennial's and Gen Z) didn't discover him until he died...
On beginning timescale of millenial and I love him. My econ teacher asked what I was listenin to, "Prince." And he replied, "Cool."
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Old 10-05-2021, 08:46 AM   #45 (permalink)
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His style was always consistent and appealing to his listeners. For The 80's there was more emotion and ambition in his songs than the Pop Scene of stilted, mechanical rubbish that defined the decade. To each their own, but I'd say there's a lot of appeal in what made him break through.

History has proved it -
He made history with Controversy, Purple Rain, 1999, and Sign "O" the Times - had ambitions that did not alienate his listeners and were successful with them - broke many boundaries - kept up a brand and image for all those years while being a multi-talented musician (when you're dealing with the Pop Scene that mainly focuses on the young, that's a major plus). His music can connect with his listeners and even the post-80's songs have had their share of stand out songs. A true self-made success - that's at least a real appeal. Can't say that much about many of his peers.

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