Prince and The New Power Generation | O(+> [Love Symbol Album]: 3 Chains O’ Gold Video Collection – 1994 | 15+

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Tracklist


01 – Prince and The New Power Generation – My Name Is Prince – 1994 (1992)
02 – Prince and The New Power Generation – Sexy M.F. – 1994 (1992)
03 – Prince and The New Power Generation – Love 2 The 9’s – 1994 (1992)
04 – Prince and The New Power Generation – The Morning Papers – 1994 (1992)
05 – Prince and The New Power Generation – The Max – 1994 (1992)
06 – Prince and The New Power Generation – Blue Light – 1994 (1992)
07 – Prince and The New Power Generation – I Wanna Melt With U – 1994 (1992)
08 – Prince and The New Power Generation – Sweet Baby – 1994 (1992)
09 – Prince and The New Power Generation – The Continental – 1994 (1992)
10 – Prince and The New Power Generation – Damn U – 1994 (1992)
11 – Prince and The New Power Generation – 7 – 1994 (1992)
12 – Prince and The New Power Generation – 3 Chains O’ Gold – 1994 (1992)


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Prince and The New Power Generation | #princeandthenewpowergeneration
(Prince Rogers Nelson [Alias Prince], Michael Bland, Elisa Fiorillo, Kirk Johnson, Rosie Gaines, Morris Hayes, Eric Leeds, Mike Scott, Marva King, Rhonda Smith, John Blackwell, Jr., Maceo Parker, Renato Neto, Shelby J., Ida Nielsen, Liv Warfield, Hannah Ford, Donna Grantis, Andrew Gouch, …)
[1990-2016], Minneapolis, MN, United States

Biography


Prince was an American singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and record producer.

He was a musical innovator and known for his eclectic work, flamboyant stage presence, extravagant dress and makeup, and wide vocal range. The New Power Generation, also known as The NPG, was the backing band of Prince from 1990 to 2013.

3 Chains o’ Gold is a 1994 direct-to-video film produced and directed by Prince and starring Prince and The New Power Generation. It is a collection of videos tied together with a loose plotline.

The film was accompanied by the Love Symbol album (1992), however not all of the album’s songs make an appearance in the film, and some of the songs are edited versions. The film’s title song is only an instrumental at the end. However, some of the dialogue from the album does appear in the film (a phone call from a reporter, played by Kirstie Alley, to Prince). The final speech of the film (made by Mayte) does not appear on the album, instead another phone call is in its place.
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