- Warner Bros to release album of unheard Prince material this September
In an interview given by Troy Carter, CEO of Atom Factory, the company tasked by Prince’s estate to curate the music icon’s unreleased music archive, has given details of a forthcoming album to be released by Warner Bros September, 28th.3 weeks ago | Newsroom
Purple Rain Deluxe CD
The remastered version of Purple Rain, cancelled by Prince in 2015, got its deserved released on 23 July 2017. There, of course, remains a great degree of uncertainty about the future and content of music left in the Paisley Park, however, Universal, who won the rights to publish this music, subsequently withdrew from the arrangement. Read more about this here. The vault is believed to contain 100 albums worth of unreleased material.
It is known that the final shows of the Piano & A Microphone tour were recorded and that it was Prince’s wish to release them as a live album. Being that these were his final ever shows a commercial release of these is anticipated at some future point.
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