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📌is the fifth full-length studio album by Prince. It was released worldwide in October 1982 (twelve months after his previous album, Controversy). In March 1983 the album received a re-release as a 7-track single LP in all territories but the US, omitting D.M.S.R., Automatic, All The Critics Love U In New York and International Lover.
🎵1985 – Nice: Théâtre de Verdure (Videoshoot for America plus mini concert):
📌This show, on a day off of filming for Under The Cherry Moon, was staged to film a video for America. The show was announced on local radio station Radio de la Côte a week ahead of the show and 2,000 tickets were made available, given away to local fans on 22 October.
📌is the twentieth Prince video to have been released for broadcast; it is the fourth live recording used for a Prince video, but the first live performance video shot at a show staged especially for the video. On a day off of filming Under The Cherry Moon Prince hired off the Théâtre de Verdure in Nice, France and had it announced on local radio that 2,000 free tickets would be available for the shoot.
🎵Feel U Up:
📌was released as the b-side of Partyman, the second single from Prince's eleventh album Batman. In 1993, it was included as the sixth track on The B-Sidescompilation (included as the third and final disc on The Hits / The B-Sides).
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