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Lets Work - Prince - Controversy


  1. Controversy - Prince (CD) This is a hard to find CD and I found it and this help me to complete Prince's earlier days when played, wrote and produced excellent music. I hope I can find one more CD by a Funk group "Slave" CD "Bad Enuff", if I get this CD, what can I say, but you da man/5(36).
  2. "Let's Work" was the second single from the Controversy album by Prince, released on 6 January The song originates from a dance called "the Rock" that local kids were doing at the time in Minneapolis. Prince responded quickly with a track called "Let's Rock," and .
  3. Jan 11,  · Like "Dirty Mind", I had to sneak it into the house (I was only 10). The title track saved me for years from getting caught with it, it was the cleanest song on the album, it also was the funkiest. You P fans know about the rest, it was pure sexuality at work, something P would revisit over, and over again! A PRINCE CLASSIC!/5().
  4. Aug 21,  · Leave it to Prince to make such a politically-charged tune sound just like a nursey-rhyme on acid. LET’S WORK is probably my least favorite (generic funk) but the last two songs are great. ANNIE CHRISTIAN is another topical song with Prince speaking the lyrics and the final cut JACK U OFF, like PRIVATE JOY, ends the album on a more playful note/5().
  5. Prince - Let's Work (slightly different printed labels, E A S T embossed around the spindle hole) From the Warner Bros. album BSK "Controversy" ℗ Warner Bros. Records Inc. (side A) ℗ Warner Bros. Records Inc. (side B) A Warner Communications Company Made in U.S.A/5(48).
  6. Sep 17,  · "Let's Work" is a fine piece of out-and-out funk that loses just a little by being completely predictable. "Annie Christian" is one of the strangest things Mr Nelson has ever recorded (and that's saying something): practically a spoken word piece over beats where Prince seems to be talking about a female Satanist, or something/5(76).
  7. Already infamous for his provocative lyrics, Prince continued to shock fans by bringing politics into the mix on ’s Controversy, unleashing some of pop’s funkiest protest psychedelic.tegesharnuazar.infoinfod by pulsating basslines and gleaming synth-pop riffs, tracks like “Controversy” and “Sexuality” are floor-filling anthems that cleverly question identity norms.
  8. Prince wrote virtual liner notes in the mids for some of his biggest hits as a feature on one of his first websites. Here’s his enigmatic entry for “Controversy”: write about the first.
  9. Let's Work Let's Work I've had my eyes on you ever since you walked in the room C'mon & take my hand, don't try to understand Oh baby nothing can stop us now, I'm gonna show you how.
  10. Chords: D, Bm, Abm, E. Chords for Let's Work - Prince (Controversy). Play along with guitar, ukulele, or piano with interactive chords and diagrams. Includes transpose, capo .

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