Head - Prince And The Revolution - Burn It Up (CDr)


2001
Label: PM Premium - PM 37/38 • Format: 2x, CDr Compilation, Unofficial Release • Genre: Jazz, Rock, Funk / Soul, Blues, Pop • Style: Funk
Head - Prince And The Revolution - Burn It Up (CDr)

The Revolution are an American rock band formed in Minneapolis, Minnesota and assembled in by Prince. Although widely associated with rock music, the band's sound incorporated rhythm and blues, pop, funk, and psychedelia elements. Before their official breakup, the Revolution had released two studio albums, two soundtracks, and two videos. The band is known for its many members, varied in race and gender. The Revolution Genres: Funk rock, neo-psychedelia, Minneapolis sound.

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 ·  · An illustration of a person's head and chest. Sign up | Log in. An illustration Prince - Live At First Avenue (Remastered) (mic drops/bumps/bangs and some parts being sang out of tune by some members of the Revolution) it was shelved by Prince as being not fit to have a proper release. That is just my opinion.

The Revolution evolved gradually over several years, with all of the members joining during (or shortly after) their teens. Minneapolis native Z first met Prince in , a few months before the.


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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CDr release of "Burn It Up (I Don't Know Who You Are but We Are Bad)" on Discogs.

  2. Prince seems to forget the lyrics as he repeats the first verse instead of singing the second, but its pretty obvious this is a new song to the band. Another new song follows as Prince And The Revolution are joined by St. Paul Peterson, Susannah Melvoin and Jerome Benton from The Family for an over 14 minute version of their song "Mutiny". St.

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