Prince Plays Human Jukebox on ‘Betcha by Golly, Wow': 365 Prince Songs in a Year
Prince's crafts a tremendous cover of the Stylistics' 'Betcha by Golly, Wow.'
‘New Power Generation’ – The Song Begets the Band: 365 Prince Songs in a Year
Tracing the origins of Prince's 'New Power Generation' – the song AND the band.
Prince Pictures an Odd Fantasy in ‘Lady Cab Driver': 365 Prince Songs in a Year
One need not be a prude to recognize the fantasy at the center of Prince's 1982 album track "Lady Cab Driver" as … well, a love bizarre.
Prince Lays Down Some Grumpy Funk in ‘All the Critics Love U …': 365 Prince Songs in a Yea…
Prince grouses and grumbles about poseur musicians and critics in "All the Critics Love U in New York."
The Egos Have Landed in the Time’s ‘Release It': 365 Prince Songs in a Year
Who is more boastful—he who writes the boasts or he who delivers them? Prince and Morris Day fire up their egos in the Time's 'Release It.'
Prince Takes Adam’s Perspective in the Garden of Eden: 365 Prince Songs in a Year
On 1992's "And God Created Woman," Prince opens up his purple paisley-bound book of Bible stories to the beginning.
Prince Has a Kinky ‘Rear Window’ Moment in ‘Pheromone': 365 Prince Songs in a Year
Prince takes voyeurism to a kinky, Prince-like extreme on 1994's "Pheromone."
25 Years Ago: PJ Harvey Debuts with ‘Dry’
A quarter-century has passed since Polly Jean Harvey and her namesake band unleashed 'Dry' upon the world, and its influence is still felt today.
10 Years Ago: The Beastie Boys Remove the Vocals for the Groove-Filled ‘Mix-Up’
In 2007, the Beastie Boys laid down the funk, minus vocals, on 'The Mix-Up.'
30 Years Ago: The Replacements Close a Chapter With ‘Pleased to Meet Me’
The Replacements end the band's first era in 1987 with one of their best albums, 'Pleased to Meet Me.'