Prince’s ‘(Love Symbol)’ is his fourteenth studio album released on October 13, 1992 by Paisley Park.
Track Listing : 1.My Name Is Prince (Prince, Tony Mosley) – 06:39 . 2.Sexy Mf (Prince, Levi Seacer, Jr., Tony Mosley) – 05:25 . 3.Love 2 The 9’S (Prince) – 05:45 . 4.The Morning Papers (Prince) – 03:57 . 5.The Max (Prince) – 04:30 . 6.Segue (Spoken Word With Prince And Kirstie Alley) – 00:21 . 7.Blue Light (Prince) – 04:38 . 8.I Wanna Melt With U (Prince) – 03:50 . 9.Sweet Baby (Prince) – 04:01 . 10.The Continental (Prince) – 05:31 . 11.Damn U (Prince) – 04:25 . 12.Arrogance (Prince) – 01:35 . 13.The Flow (Prince, Tony Mosley) – 02:26 . 14.7 (Prince, Lowell Fulsom, Jimmy Mccracklin) – 05:13 . 15.And God Created Woman (Prince) – 03:18 . 16.3 Chains O’ Gold (Prince) – 06:03 . 17.Segue (Spoken Word With Prince And Kirstie Alley) – 01:30 . 18.The Sacrifice Of Victor (Prince) – 05:41
Musicians : Prince – Bass, Drums, Guitar, Keyboards, Vocals (Background) . New Power Generation – Band . Michael Bland – Drums . Levi Seacer, Jr. – Guitar . Rosie Gaines- Keyboards And Backing Vocals . Kirk Johnson – Percussion . Carmen Electra – Rap . Michael Koppelman – Bass . Eric Leeds – Saxophone . Tony M. – Rap . Jearlyn Steele Battle – Vocals (Background) . J.D. Steele – Vocals (Background) . Jevetta Steele – Vocals (Background)
Production : Produced By Prince . Dave Friedlander – Engineer . Brian Gardner – Mastering . Tom Garneau – Mixing Engineer . Ray Hahnfeldt – Engineer . Michael Koppelman – Engineer . Steve Noonan – Engineer, Mastering . Brian Poer – Engineer
Released On October 13, 1992 By Paisley Park.
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