Prince: Love Symbol, Tape
Prince: Love Symbol, Tape
€8.90
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Prince
The New Power Generation
Love Symbol

  • Compact Cassette
  • United States
cut-out!
  • Paisley Park
  • (4-45037)
  • 16 Tracks
  • UPC 093624503743
  • M / M
  • virgin
  • sealed

tracks

A1

My Name Is Prince

6:25
A2

Sexy M.F.

Composed By
  • Tony M.
  • Levi Seacer Jr.
5:25
A3

Love 2 The 9's

5:46
A4

The Morning Papers

4:02
A5

The Max

4:31
A6

Blue Light

Saxophone
  • Eric Leeds
Bass
  • Michael Koppelman
4:38
A7

I Wanna Melt With U

Co Producer
  • George Black
3:51
A8

Sweet Baby

4:01
B1

The Continental

Rap
  • Carmen Electra
5:31
B2

Damn U

4:04
B3

Arrogance

1:38
B4

The Flow

Composed By
  • Tony M.
2:28
B5

7

5:09
B6

And God Created Woman

3:18
B7

3 Chains O' Gold

6:03
B8

The Sacrifice Of Victor

Backing Vocals
  • The Steeles
5:42

Credits

Arranged By
  • Clare Fischer
  • Prince
  • The New Power Generation
Conductor
  • Clare Fischer
Co Producer
  • Keith Cohen
Composed By
  • Prince
Horns
  • Brian Gallagher
  • Dave Jensen
  • Kathy Jensen
  • Michael Nelson
  • Steve Strand
Mastered By
  • Brian Gardner
Mixed By
  • Bob Rosa
  • Keith Cohen
  • Michael Koppelman
  • Steve Beltran
  • Tom Garneau
Performer
  • Damon Dickson
  • Kirky J.
  • Levi Seacer Jr.
  • Mayte
  • Michael Bland
  • Prince
  • Sonny T.
  • Tommy Barbarella
  • Tony M.
Producer
  • Prince
  • The New Power Generation
Programmed By
  • Airiq Anest
Scratches
  • William "DJ" Graves

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