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  • Gangster Glam [ST Mix Up]
    Gangster Glam [ST Mix Up] Re Mix NPG-style
    NPGmember 00:07:25 30 1 Downloads 0 Comments
    DA BOURGEOISIE 1 of my favorites
    NPGmember 00:03:23 24 0 Downloads 0 Comments
  • 4 Those Of U On ValiumThis Is Wicked
    4 Those Of U On ValiumThis Is Wicked The mix that will kick yo azz long, deep and constantly!
    NPGmember 01:27:38 68 1 Downloads 0 Comments
  • Jukebox with a Heartbeat
    Jukebox with a Heartbeat Jukebox With A Heartbeat was included as part of NPG Ahdio Show # 9 (part of NPG Music Club Edition # 10), and has not been made available as a separate track. source: www.princevault.com Recording dates are unknown, but it is likely that the track was recorded in 2001 (most likely at Paisley Park Studios, Chanhassen.
    NPGmember 00:04:34 105 1 Downloads 0 Comments
  • Rich Friends
    Rich Friends Rich Friends is an unreleased song, which was streamed in full (with three station IDs overdubbed onto the track) on KTU.com beginning on 14 October 2010. source: www.princevault.com French radio station Europe 1 had previously debuted a clip of the song on 8 October 2010. The DJ announced the track as coming from a "new" album, 20TEN Deluxe (which was thought to be a deluxe edition of 20TEN, although no other details are currently known); the album hasn't been released and is likely to have been shelved. While specific recording dates are not known, it is assumed to have been recorded in 2010 at Paisley Park Studios, Chanhassen. Whateva - all vocals and instruments, except where noted (assumed) Shelby J. - background vocals Liv Warfield - background vocals Elisa Dease - background vocals
    NPGmember 00:05:26 100 1 Downloads 0 Comments
  • Tora Tora and Rhonda joins by telephone
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  • The Voice -  Prince version
    The Voice - Prince version The Voice is the first track on Mavis Staples' second Paisley Park Records album, The Voice (tenth track on the 1994 re-issue), and, around the same time as the album's release, The Voice was released as the album's first single (the single was also re-released in 1994). The track was written by Prince, with Rosie Gaines and Francis Jules, and was produced by Prince under the name Paisley Park. Prince also played most of the instruments on the track. Initial tracking took place on 25 April 1991 at Paisley Park Studios, Chanhassen and the song was originally intended for Rosie Gaines's proposed album Concrete Jungle, which later developed into Closer Than Close. Beyond Prince's 'guide' version, however, it is not known if Rosie Gaines recorded lead vocals for the track. Mavis Staples' lead vocal overdubs were recorded in late 1992 or early 1993 at Paisley Park Studios. Prince guide vocals; recorded 25 April 1991 source: www.princevault.com
    NPGmember 00:04:46 329 14 Downloads 0 Comments
  •  Comeback
    Comeback My life won't B the same. I will never say U're gone U will comeback Tears go here...
    NPGmember 00:02:00 211 3 Downloads 0 Comments
  • Hot - NPGstyle
    Hot - NPGstyle Hot Wit U is the fifth track (fourth song) on P's 23rd album Rave Un2 The Joy Fantastic (his sixth using the name SymbolSmallerBlue.png). A remixed version (known as Hot Wit U (Nasty Girl Mix), containing re-recorded sections of Nasty Girl) was included as the fourth track on the 2001 companion album Rave In2 The Joy Fantastic. In 2002, an untitled remix of Hot Wit U was included in a mega-mix (mixed in with New World and Partyman) included as the main part of NPG Ahdio Show # 11 (the final edition of the show), which in late 2003 was announced as being part of the The Chocolate Invasion 7 CD set using the name Glam Slam Club Mix, but the set was abandoned, supposedly due to technical difficulties. Eve's rap was overdubbed in mid-September 1999, at Electric Lady Studios, New York, NY, USA (during the same set of sessions as her rap overdub for The Greatest Romance Ever Sold (The Adam & Eve Remix)). The Nasty Girl remix was likely recorded in late 1999 at Paisley Park Studios, but this is unconfirmed. In Summer, 2000, a 12" maxi-single titled The Hot X-perience was promoted on NPGOnlineLtd.com, containing several remixes of Hot Wit U, including Underneath The Cream, which originated during the remix sessions from a lyric from Hot Wit U. A video of Hot Wit U (Nasty Girl Remix) was shown online, but the single was left unreleased. source: www.princevault.com
    NPGmember 00:05:02 159 2 Downloads 0 Comments
  • Honestly..
    Honestly.. Outtake/rehersal from UTCM
    NPGmember 00:02:41 382 1 Downloads 0 Comments
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