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Prince's 1994 album Come is a nonstop flow of smoldering funk. It's the final record he made as Prince before switching to his notorious hieroglyph-like symbol. He had purposely loaded another album—the contemporaneously created but subsequently released The Gold Experience—with more commercial material to give his first post-Prince release a bigger boost, leaving the less overtly radio-friendly material for Come. Consequently, his farewell to his given name (yes, he was born "Prince") features an unrelenting surge of sensual, sinuous funk grooves, some with lyrics even lustier than usual. The album opens with an 11-minute title track including some rather frank imagery and a shifting series of funky riffs. Perky pop choruses are pretty much absent here, as the album moves from one sweaty, sexy funkfest to the next. The intensity doesn't let up until the album is almost at an end, when the hushed, gorgeous, nearly a cappella "Solo" pops up. By the time things come to a close with Prince's Purple Rain–era pal Vanity taking the title of "Orgasm" literally, you're sure to feel spent.

Customer Reviews

Hated on.

This album is constantly spit upon. I bought it when it originally came out and to this day think it's a great album. It was unfortunatley bogged down by the hype of the name change, the slave scribbling and the label change. You should buy this. I think his last great album. Dirty as he should be.

A secret masterpiece

This album was so overlooked. Prince was written off as a symbolic psycho at the time, but the rest of us knew better. Here he showed his ability to switch up styles effortlessly. Loose! is a techno masterpiece, Papa is a dark, foreboding song giving insight into an abusive relationship and Solo is a dramatic exploration into depression. And the title track, as well as the only major single from the album Space show Prince's wide-ranging capabilities.

One great and 2 good tracks otherwise big fans only

Great - Dark. Worth buying, it's a classic Prince ballad. Good - Loose! fun&fast, and Space is sonically cool although some hokey lyrics. The rest of the album marked the beginning of that dismal period Prince went through.

Biography

Born: June 7, 1958 in Minneapolis, MN

Genre: R&B/Soul

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Few artists have created a body of work as rich and varied as Prince. During the '80s, he emerged as one of the most singular talents of the rock & roll era, capable of seamlessly tying together pop, funk, folk, and rock. Not only did he release a series of groundbreaking albums; he toured frequently, produced albums and wrote songs for many other artists, and recorded hundreds of songs that still lie unreleased in his vaults. With each album he released, Prince has shown remarkable stylistic...
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