Prince - Love Symbol

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Prince - Love Symbol

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Love Symbol is the fourteenth studio album by American recording artist Prince, and the second of two that featured his backing band the New Power Generation. It was released on October 13, 1992 by Paisley Park Records and Warner Bros. Records.[2] It was originally conceived as a "fantasy rock soap opera" with various spoken segues throughout,[3] and contains elements of R&B, pop, soul, funk, and rock styles. While some of the seques were cut for time, the original storyline became the basis of Prince's direct-to-video film 3 Chains o' Gold. The official title of the album is an unpronounceable symbol depicted on its cover art, which was copyrighted by Prince under the title "Love Symbol #2", and adopted as his stage name from 1993 through the end of his contract with Warner Bros. Records. Not only is this album a symbol of love, but it is a symbol of beauty and preservation. It’s pristine condition leads the common-man to think it was just pressed earlier this evening. Well common-man, I assure you, It’s wasn’t.

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