Prince - Graffiti Bridge mp3 album

Prince - Graffiti Bridge mp3 album
Soul,Urban,Dance-Rock,Dance-Pop,Contemporary Pop/Rock
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    Graffiti Bridge
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    Soul,Urban,Dance-Rock,Dance-Pop,Contemporary Pop/Rock
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Prince - Graffiti Bridge mp3 album

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    1507 mb
  • Size MP3 version
    1921 mb
  • Size WMA version
    1232 mb
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Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Can't Stop This Feeling I Got Prince Prince 4:24
2 New Power Generation Prince Prince 3:39
3 Release It Levi Seacer, Jr. / Prince Prince feat: The Time 3:54
4 The Question of U Prince Prince 4:00
5 Elephants and Flowers Prince Prince 3:54
6 Round and Round Prince Prince feat: Tevin Campbell 3:55
7 We Can Funk George Clinton / Prince Prince feat: George Clinton 5:28
8 Joy in Repetition Prince Prince 4:53
9 Love Machine Morris Day / Levi Seacer, Jr. / Prince Prince feat: The Time 3:34
10 Tick, Tick, Bang Prince Prince 3:30
11 Shake! Prince Prince feat: The Time 4:01
12 Thieves in the Temple Prince Prince 3:20
13 The Latest Fashion Prince Prince feat: The Time 4:02
14 Melody Cool Prince Prince feat: Mavis Staples / The Steeles 3:39
15 Still Would Stand All Time Prince Prince 5:23
16 Graffiti Bridge Prince Prince feat: Tevin Campbell / Mavis Staples 3:51
17 New Power Generation (Pt. II) Prince Prince feat: Mavis Staples 2:57


Jana Anderson - Vocals (Background)
Jerome Benton - Vocals (Background)
Atlanta Bliss - Trumpet
Steve Boyd - Vocals (Background)
Bonnie Boyer - Organ (Hammond), Vocals (Background)
Tevin Campbell - Featured Artist, Guest Artist, Performer, Primary Artist
George Clinton - Composer, Guest Artist, Performer, Primary Artist
Sandra Dance - Vocals (Background)
Morris Day - Composer, Drums, Guest Artist, Vocals
Candy Dulfer - Guest Artist, Saxophone
T.C. Ellis - Featured Artist, Performer
Amp Fiddler - Keyboards, Vocals (Background)
Rosie Gaines - Vocals (Background)
Tom Garneau - Engineer, Mixing Engineer, Vocals (Background)
Mike Harris - Vocals (Background)
Eric Leeds - Guest Artist, Saxophone
Pat Lewis - Vocals (Background)
Tracey Lewis - Vocals (Background)
New Power Generation - Chant
William Payne - Vocals (Background)
Robin Power - Featured Artist, Performer
Prince - Bass, Composer, Drums, Guitar, Keyboards, Multi Instruments, Primary Artist, Producer, Vocals, Vocals (Background)
Levi Seacer, Jr. - Bass, Composer, Producer, Vocals (Background)
Sheila E. - Drums, Guest Artist, Vocals (Background)
Garry Shider - Vocals (Background)
Mavis Staples - Performer, Primary Artist
The Steeles - Primary Artist
The Steeles - Performer, Vocals (Background)
The Time - Guest Artist, Performer, Primary Artist, Producer
Belita Woods - Vocals (Background)

I hope no one has let the movie this album was supposed to support, cloud their judgment, and give this album less than its due. The gate-fold cover is a piece of art in and of itself. Every song on the record is a testament to just how much talent Prince has, more than enough to spread it out amongst his protegés.
Have to respectfully disagree with Ant Bee, the movie was horrible (walked out of the theater when I saw it on release) and this album at best is a 5 out of 10 or 3 stars according to the All Music rating. 10 out of the 17 songs are descent to good in my opinion, but only two are truly great (Joy in Repetition and The Question of U). Too many guest performers, of which I’m guessing George Clinton and Mavis Staples, were there because he was a fan of theirs in his youth and he wanted to work with his childhood music inspirations and try to resurrect their careers. That is honorable, but it didn't lead to any memorable music. Round and Round sung by Tevin Campbell is another standout song. While Thieves In The Temple was the first release it was not a memorable first song. Ask yourself: compared to When Doves Cry, Raspberry Beret, 1999, Kiss, even Alphabet St., was Thieves really a great first song for a new CD? The movie, most agree was dreadful, I went to see it with my friend while in college and we both agreed to bail and walked out midway in.