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Minneapolis Genius

Hot Pink

I was born here, unfortunately.

Originally recorded over several studio sessions between 1976 to 1979 with Prince as a session musician on all tracks for Pepé Willie’s band 94 East, prior to Prince’s his signing with Warner Bros Records. Repeatedly re-released under several packages and configurations after Prince had become famous: Minneapolis Genius (1992 re-release), Symbolic Beginning (1995), The Legends Collection (1999), 94 East Featuring Prince (2000), One Man Jam (2000) and lastly, If You Feel Like Dancin’ (2002). Prince wrote one track, Just Another Sucker1, that appears on the compilation.

94 East

Synth/Percussn.
Pepé Willie
Guitar/Synth
Prince
Bass Guitar
André Cymone

Data

Producer
Pepé Willie and Tony Silvester
Label
Hot Pink
Distributor
Hot Pink
Released
32 years ago, on 12 February 1986
Running Time
33:20
US Chart Peak
-
UK Chart Peak
-

Tracklist

  1. If You Feel Like Dancin' (7:11)
  2. Lovin' Cup (4:21)
  3. Games (5:01)
  4. Just Another Sucker (5:21) 1
  5. Dance To The Music Of The World (5:09)
  6. One Man Jam (6:17)

1 Co-written by Prince and Pepé Willie.

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