Rather than working on new music, always his principal hobby, Prince instead ends up online one quiet Sunday night.
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Prince's 1983 Top 10 hit "Delirious" that was both retro and completely new, both commercial and slyly experimental.
LCD Soundsystem continues to build excitement for their reunion by releasing the third single, 'Tonite,' from their upcoming comeback album 'American Dream.'
The demonstrations by white nationalists in Charlottesville, Va., over the weekend have prompted a response from Wilco.
Having removed the "1979" from their name, Death From Above have a new album and tour on the way.
Members of the Posies and Mercury Rev have formed a new group called Tears of Silver and covered an Al Kooper classic.
Throughout his long and prolific career, Prince would tirelessly construct certain songs only to abandon them before anyone else ever got to hear them.
Internet memes routinely appear out of nowhere and disappear just as quickly. Very few get immortalized, however – much less in a song by Prince.
Prince's 'Sign O' the Times' can end up playing like a breakup record – but not here.
This was neither Prince's first nor last attempt at seducing somebody with his music. But this time out, he had absolutely no chance – and he knew it.