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Parade (Music From The Motion Picture Under The Cherry Moon)Calling this one of Prince's most interesting albums doesn't do justice to how kicky and playable it is. The soundtrack from his romantic comedy Under the Cherry Moon, the album often sounds like a preview of the supremely surefooted quirkiness of its follow-up, the classic Sign o' the Times. Marrying lean funk grooves to over-the-top orchestrations and trying his hand at Parisian balladry and a hushed, Pet Sounds-style instrumental, he triumphs as few other record makers did in 1986. --Rickey Wright1. Christopher Tracy's Parade
2. New Position
3. I Wonder U
4. Under the Cherry Moon
5. Girls & Boys - with The Revolution
6. Life Can Be So Nice
7. Venus De Milo
9. Do U Lie?
10. Kiss - with The Revolution
12. Sometimes It Snows In April$21.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
KissKiss was the first single to be released from Prince's eighth album Parade, the third and final album credited to Prince and the Revolution, and was released seven weeks before the album's release.
The single became Prince's third US Billboard Pop Chart number 1 single (following When Doves Cry and Let's Go Crazy). It also reached number 1 on the Billboard Black Chart.1. Kiss
2. Or $$12.9912 Vinyl Single - Sealed Buy Now
Pom PomAcross its 17 tracks and 69 minutes, pom pom is unfiltered Ariel Pink,
featuring infectious tales of romance, murder, frog princes and Jell-O.
The record sees the Los Angeles native strike it out alone, returning to
the solo moniker he has adopted for well over a decade.
From demented kiddie tune collaborations with the legendary Kim Fowley (songs such as 'Jell-O' and 'Plastic Raincoats In The Pig Parade' were
written with Fowley in his hospital room during his recent battle with
cancer), to beatific, windswept pop ('Put Your Number In My Phone',
'Dayzed Inn Daydreams'), scuzz-punk face-melters ('Goth Bomb', 'Negativ Ed'), and carnival dub psychedelia ('Dinosaur Carebears'), pom pom
could very well be Ariel Pink's magnum opus.
Speaking about the record, Ariel says that "although this is the first
"solo" record credited to my name, it is by far the least "solo" record I
have ever recorded."1. Plastic Raincoats In The Big Parade
2. White Freckles
3. Four Shadows
5. Not Enough Violence
6. Put Your Number In My Phone
7. One Summer Night
8. Nude Beach A Go-go
9. Goth Bomb
10. Dinosaur Carebears
11. Negativ Ed
12. Sexual Athletics
14. Black Ballerina
15. Picture Me Gone
16. Exile on Frog Street
17. Dayzed In Daydreams$24.99Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Buy Now