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Prince’s 39th studio album would, unfortunately, turn out to be his last. The circumstances lend HITNRUN Phase Two an air of gravitas—even if it doesn’t have the massive pop appeal of some of his earlier work. “If there ain’t no justice then there ain’t no peace,” he cries on the gently political (and gorgeously melodic) opener “Baltimore,” setting an impassioned tone that gives depth to some of Prince’s warmest songwriting. There’s mischief here, too, especially with the playfully scandalous fun of “Xtralovable.”

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A fresh sound to my ears...

The most common characteristic of Prince's music is it will NEVER please everyone's ears. His music has so much breadth and depth that it sometimes takes a degree in musicology to fully comprehend and appreciate his artistry. To some he is "too funky", to some he is "too R&D". I prefer the smorgosbord of sounds coming from this purple guy.

Baltimore: With proper airplay this would be a modern classic sound with the best of hits in 1987 including U've Got the Look, Sign of the Times and I Could Never Take the Place of your man. The classic guitar, lush orchestration and heart-felt words impacting our country.

RocknRoll LoveAffair: To some this is the cousin of Take Me With You off the Purple Rain album. And no lie, the lead keyboard line appears to borrow from that track gracefully. But inspect the song a little deeper and appreciate the horn arrangements and the uplifting words around self discovery.

2 Young 2 Dare (2 Y. 2D.): Listen closely to this song; vintage word play by Prince. "She's old enough to do ya, but too young to dare". Funk explosion.

Look at Me, Look at U: Mellow Jazz/Funk with a throwback to vintage 1970s vocal delivery. Love the call out to Ray Charles and Stevie Wonder.

Stare: Just listen to the bass line. Enough said.

Xtraloveable: An unreleased jewel from 1982 finally finds its way on a proper album after being released as a single in 2012. Classic Prince vibe.

Groovy Potential: A Willy Wonka style pop number which dramatically changes at the very end to a funk n soul vamp. I love this...horns to the fore. How does one categorize this song? Just listen.

When She Comes: Lights off, candles, french accordian and Al Green style vocals. Best song on album.

Screwdriver: Meh, great song in its own right but should not have been on this albun...prefer Aint Gonna Miss You When Your Gone from 2012.

Black Muse: Contains two distinct songs wrapped into one. Listen to the very end to hear another Prince beauty called "1000 Light Years Away"

Revelation: Friend and I were in the studio when this song was recorded. Jazzy vibe but those lyrics, man are they amazing. Feels like an outtake from 1986's Parade album.

Big City: "All right you poloroids" Imagine this song opening up a concert in New York City with 16 horns in the background.

Prince delivered the perfect elixar to eliminate the taste related to the album in September, HitnRun volume I. That album had a couple of deep tunes but the production was a little too electronic for his fan base. HitnRun II is a welcome return.

Another stellar effort!

Thank you Prince!!!! Keep doing what you do!!!

A genius

I will miss this forever. A genius and an amazing voice. So sad


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, wrote songs for many other artists, and recorded hundreds of songs that still lie unreleased in his vaults. With each album he released, Prince showed remarkable stylistic growth...
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