Prince and The Revolution Parade: Under The Cherry Moon Soundtrack Vinyl LP
Prince's 8th studio album was his final album to feature his backing band The Revolution and is the soundtrack to the 1986 film Under the Cherry Moon. The album was released to critical acclaim and features the hit single "Kiss".
Prince further diversifies his music here adding orchestrations and presenting a European feel.
"Originally conceived as a double album, Parade has the sprawling feel of a double record, even if it clocks in around 45 minutes.
Prince & the Revolution shift musical moods and textures from song to song -- witness how the fluttering psychedelia of 'Christopher Tracy's Parade' gives way to the spare, jazzy funk of 'New Position,' which morphs into the druggy 'I Wonder U' -- and they're determined not to play it safe, even on the hard funk of 'Girls and Boys' and 'Mountains,' as well as the stunning 'Kiss,' which hits hard with just a dry guitar, keyboard, drum machine, and layered vocals.
All of the group's musical adventures, even the cabaret-pop of 'Venus de Milo' and 'Do U Lie?' do nothing to undercut the melodicism of the record, and the amount of ground they cover in 12 songs is truly remarkable." - Stephen Thomas Erlewine
Prince and The Revolution Parade: Under The Cherry Moon Soundtrack Track Listing:
1. Christopher Tracy's Parade
2. New Position
3. I Wonder U
4. Under The Cherry Moon
5. Girls & Boys
6. Life Can Be So Nice
7. Venus De Milo
9. Do U Lie?
12. Sometimes It Snows In April
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