Prince Estate releases a “1999 Super Deluxe Edition” of his 1982 classic hit album, “1999″. That’s right, along with Warner Brother, the estate of Prince brings us new music.
Prince Re-do Features 6 Hours of Music, 65 tracks, including 35 Unrelased Works
Are you ready to party like it’s 1999? Our beloved Prince, who departed this life just a few years ago back in 2016, gets to thrill us all over again with this new release from his estate. The vault is open, ya’ll.
With this new release, we get almost 6 hours of music which includes 65 tracks and 35 unreleased works. Available in your choice of 6 CD’s or 10 LP’s. Additionally, fans get a DVD as well.
Extra content has remixes and alternate versions of classics. Even live joints, from his performances at Masonic Hall in Detroit, Michigan on November 30, 1982 are included.
As reported by Billboard, a statement from the Prince Estates says the 1999 Super Deluxe Edition –
“shines a forensic light on the creative output of this truly unique musician, songwriter, producer, and performer at a pivotal point in his career and demonstrates why his unsurpassed body of work continues to generate so much love and passion around the world.”
Remastered hits will include –
- Little Red Corvette
- How Come U don’t call me anymore?
- and many more
Here’s the official music video of the classic “1999”.
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