Computer Blue - Prince And The Revolution - Purple Rain (All Media, Album)

Label: Warner Bros. Records - 2-547374,NPG Records - 2-547374 • Format: All Media Compilation, Deluxe Edition, Special Edition Ultimate Collectors EditionCD Album, Reissue, Remastered CD Remastered CD Compilation, Remastered DVD DVD-Video, NTSC, Reissue, Remastered • Country: Canada • Genre: Rock, Funk / Soul, Pop • Style: Minneapolis Sound, New Wave, Funk, Soul, Hard Rock, Psychedelic Rock
Computer Blue - Prince And The Revolution - Purple Rain (All Media, Album)

 · Sometime during the half-year stretch when ’s Purple Rain was the most popular album in America, Tipper Gore, wife of then-senator Al Gore, walked in on their year-old daughter listening to the song “Darling Nikki.” She was shocked. The lyrics—with their references to pornography, masturbation, sex toys, and sex itself—seemed inappropriate for a child.

 · Purple Rain “Computer Blue” is the fourth track on Prince and the Revolution’s soundtrack to Purple Rain. The song opens with a (now-famous) suggestive exchange between keyboardist Lisa.

“Purple Rain” is Prince’s sixth studio album, released in as the soundtrack tie-in to the eponymous film. Prince purposely devised “Purple Rain” to reach an even broader audience than he had done with its predecessor “”, enthralling the populace with his extraordinary image and charismatic stage presence in the promotional videos for its hit singles, most notably /5(K).

Purple hype sticker on shrink: Purple Rain Paisley Park Remaster Overseen by Prince Original Packaging Includes poster (K1) Nearly the same as Prince And The Revolution - Purple Rain, but with a few minor characteristics: This release has the Warner Records logo instead of the Warner Bros. logo, meaning this was pressed sometime in or after

"Computer Blue" is a song by Prince and The Revolution. Released on J, it is the fourth track on Prince's sixth album, Purple Rain, which also served as the soundtrack to the film of the same name. In the film, the song represents Prince's character's angst at the budding relationship between the characters played by Morris Day and Apollonia, the latter of whom he desires, and he performs it in Genre: Synth-funk, new wave, art rock.

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