Was Prince the heir to Jimi Hendrix? He was known to bristle at the analogy.
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By 1987, Prince was already an established megastar, one of the world's biggest. He could pretty much do whatever he wanted, so he released 'Sign o' the Times' most unusual song as a single.
The Revolution's glory years with Prince – begun just three years earlier at an Aug. 3, 1983 show at First Avenue in Minneapolis – hadn't lasted long.
The song is the second release of a pair from the band's upcoming album — their first in seven years.
With the robotic, pulsating opening beats of "Dirty Mind," the title track to his third album, Prince instantly announced that his music had undergone a dramatic transformation.
"Call the Police" aired on the BBC in advance of its official release at midnight.
As with the other two unreleased songs on 'OKNOTOK,' "I Promise" was regularly featured on Radiohead's 1996 tour.
"Call the Police" and "American Dream" will appear at midnight local time on digital streaming services.
Radiohead began performing "Lift" in 1996 and will release a version of in on 'OKNOTOK,' the 20th anniversary edition of 'OK Computer.'
Diffuser is proud to premiere the video for "(I Just Died) Like an Aviator," a new song from Matthew Ryan's upcoming album, 'Hurry Up Starlings.'