Prince: Welcome 2 America (Deluxe - 2 LP / 1 CD / 1 Blu-Ray)

SKU: 41575505
Prince: Welcome 2 America (Deluxe - 2 LP / 1 CD / 1 Blu-Ray)

Prince: Welcome 2 America (Deluxe - 2 LP / 1 CD / 1 Blu-Ray)

SKU: 41575505

Format: VINYL LP

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Title: Welcome 2 America (Deluxe - 2 LP / 1 CD / 1 Blu-Ray)
Artist: Prince
Label: Sony Legacy
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 194398661612
Genre: Soul/R & B

Deluxe Edition includes double vinyl LP and CD versions of album, Blu-ray of Prince's full April 28, 2011 performance at the Forum. The show is presented in stereo, 5.1 surround and Dolby Atmos, and includes 24 tracks from across Prince's career, from his biggest hits to fan favorites to ten rare covers. In addition, the deluxe edition features a 32 page 12x12 book, exclusive poster and an embossed vellum envelope of limited edition memorabilia all housed in a luxe, gold embossed package. Recorded in the spring of 2010 and then mysteriously abandoned by Prince before it's release, the statement album Welcome 2 America documents Prince's concerns, hopes, and visions for a shifting society, presciently foreshadowing an era of political division, disinformation, and a renewed fight for racial justice. The album features some of Prince's only studio collaborations with the bassist Tal Wilkenfeld, drummer Chris Coleman, and engineer Jason Agel, with additional contributions from New Power Generation singers Shelby J, LIV Warfield, and Elisa Fiorillo and keyboardist Morris Hayes, who Prince also recruited to co-produce the album.

1.1 Welcome 2 America
1.2 Running Game (Son of a Slave Master)
1.3 Born 2 Die
1.4 1000 Light Years from Here
1.5 Hot Summer
1.6 Stand Up and B Strong
1.7 Check the Record
1.8 Same Page, Different Book
1.9 When She Comes
1.10 1010 (Rin Tin Tin)
1.11 Yes
1.12 One Day We Will All B Free
2.1 LP 1 Side A Welcome 2 America
2.2 Running Game (Son of a Slave Master)
2.3 Born 2 Die
2.4 1000 Light Years from Here
3.1 Side B Hot Summer
3.2 Stand Up and B Strong
3.3 Check the Record
3.4 Same Page, Different Book
4.1 LP 2 Side C When She Comes
4.2 1010 (Rin Tin Tin)
4.3 Yes
4.4 One Day We Will All B Free
5.1 Side D Etching
6.1 Blu-ray (Region Free)
6.2 Joy in Repetition
6.3 Brown Skin (India. Arie Cover)
6.4 17 Days
6.5 SHHH
6.6 Controversy
6.7 Theme from "Which Way Is Up" (Stargard Cover)
6.8 What Have You Done for Me Lately (Janet Jackson Cover)
6.9 Partyman
6.10 It's Alright (Graham Central Station Cover)
6.11 Make You Feel My Love (Bob Dylan Cover)
6.12 Misty Blue (Eddy Arnold Cover)
6.13 Let's Go Crazy
6.14 Delirious
6.15 1999
6.16 Little Red Corvette
6.17 Purple Rain
6.18 The Bird (The Time Cover/Prince Comp)
6.19 Jungle Love (The Time Cover/Prince Comp)
6.20 A Love Bizarre (Sheila E Cover/Prince Comp
6.21 Kiss
6.22 Play That Funky Music (Wild Cherry Cover)
6.23 Hollywood Swingin' (Kool ; the Gang Cover)
6.24 Fantastic Voyage (Lakeside Cover)
6.25 More Than This (Roxy Music Cover)
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