Prince & The Revolution - Purple Rain
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Based on 6 reviews
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Based on 259 ratings
1984 Ratings: #1
June 25, 1984 / Release Date
LP / Format
Warner Bros. / Label
Prince and The Revolution / Producer
R&B, Rock, Funk / Genres
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itsyahboinoah
100
Whenever I think of any album of the 80s. This is the first one that pops into my mind. Purple rain is such a transcending and stupendous record that is in another realm on its own. The ending and biggest single of his career alone "purple rain" just tells you how fucking talented he was. R.I.P prince
EMR
87
One of the most relevant pop records of all time, Purple Rain was at first developed as a soundtrack for the movie of same title. In fact, the music itself ended up reaching a higher cultural level, being pointed out as Prince's absolute masterpiece. Listening to it today, it should be no surprise that Purple Rain remains such an acclaimed and important work: carrying a plethora of styles and a multi-colored structure, this album is revolutionary in every sense of the word, taking the concept ... read more
GratedStraws
100
Can I rate it 1,000,000,000,000/1,000,000,000 ????
zeyadreda
96
i'm lovin' again cuz of this
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Track List

  1. Let's Go Crazy
  2. Take Me with U (with Apollonia Kotero)
  3. The Beautiful Ones
  4. Computer Blue
  5. Darling Nikki
  6. When Doves Cry
  7. I Would Die 4 U
  8. Baby I'm a Star
  9. Purple Rain
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Added on: April 8, 2013