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1999 Super Deluxe Edition

Warner Bros. Records

I just kept writing.

Building on Warner Bros. Records 2016 release of Purple Rain Deluxe, Prince’s breakthrough album 1999 is his second album to get remastered, this time repackaged into a super deluxe box-set comprising of 5 CDs and 1 DVD. The release was done in partnership with The Prince Estate and forms a collection of some 65 tracks (35 previously unreleased). With disk 1 containing the remaster of the original album, disk 2 features promo versions and edits. Disks 3 and 4 comprise of songs written during 1981 to 1983, showcasing the creative arc of the unreleased work Prince produced around the time of the original album.

It was only recently realised that the version of Delirious in the original album is actually an edit, the full 6-minute version was discovered when inventorying the contents of Prince’s vault and is included in disk 4.

Disk 5 is a recording of a performance at the Masonic Hall in Detroit on 30 November 1982 for Prince’s 1999 Triple Threat Tour. The sixth disk is a DVD containing a filmed recording of a previously unreleased show from the same tour, held at the Houston Summit, in Texas on 29 December 1982, the second of two shows he performed that day.

Data

Producer
Prince
Label
Warner Bros. Records
Distribution
Warner Bros. Records
Cover Art/Photo
Prince
Released
Due for release on 15 November 2019

Track list

Disk 1: 2019 Remaster

  1. 1999
  2. Little Red Corvette
  3. Delirious
  4. Let's Pretend We're Married
  5. D.M.S.R.
  6. Automatic
  7. Something In The Water (Does Not Compute)
  8. Free
  9. Lady Cab Driver
  10. All The Critics Love U In New York
  11. International Lover
Running Time
TBC

Disk 2: Promo Mixes and B-Sides (2019 Remaster)

  1. 1999 [7" Stereo Edit]
  2. 1999 [7" Mono Promo-Only Edit]
  3. Free [Promo-Only Edit]
  4. How Come U Don't Call Me Anymore [1999 B-Side]
  5. Little Red Corvette [7" Edit]
  6. All The Critics Love U In New York [7" Edit]
  7. Lady Cab Driver [7" Edit]
  8. Little Red Corvette [Dance Remix Promo-Only Edit]
  9. Little Red Corvette [Special Dance Mix]
  10. Delirious [7" Edit]
  11. Horny Toad [Delirious B-Side]
  12. Automatic [7" Edit]
  13. Automatic [Video Version]
  14. Let's Pretend We're Married [7" Edit]
  15. Let's Pretend We're Married [7" Mono Promo-Only Edit]
  16. Irresistible Bitch [Let's Pretend We're Married B-Side]
  17. Let's Pretend We're Married [Video Version]
  18. D.M.S.R. [Edit]
Running Time
TBC

Disk 3: Vault Tracks Pt 1 - November 1981 to April 1982

  1. Feel U Up
  2. Irresistible Bitch
  3. Money Don't Grow On Trees
  4. Vagina
  5. Rearrange
  6. Bold Generation
  7. Colleen
  8. International Lover (Take 1) [Live]
  9. Turn It Up
  10. You're All I Want
  11. Something In The Water (Does Not Compute)
  12. If It'll Make U Happy
  13. How Come U Don't Call Me Anymore? (Take 2)
Running Time
TBC

Disk 4: Vault Tracks Pt 2 - April 1982 to January 1983

  1. Possessed [1982 Version]
  2. Delirious [Full Length]
  3. Purple Music
  4. Yah, You Know
  5. Moonbeam Levels [2019 Remaster]
  6. No Call U
  7. Can't Stop This Feeling I Got
  8. Do Yourself A Favor
  9. Don't Let Him Fool Ya
  10. Teacher, Teacher
  11. Lady Cab Driver / I Wanna Be Your Lover / Head / Little Red Corvette [Tour Demo]
Running Time
TBC

Disk 5: Live at Masonic Hall, Detroit - 30 November 1982

  1. Controversy
  2. Let's Work
  3. Little Red Corvette
  4. Do Me, Baby
  5. Head
  6. Uptown
  7. Interlude
  8. How Come U Don't Call Me Anymore?
  9. Automatic
  10. International Lover
  11. 1999
  12. D.M.S.R.
Running Time
TBC

Disk 6: Live at The Summit, Houston - 29 December 1982 (DVD)

  1. Controversy
  2. Let's Work
  3. Do Me, Baby
  4. D.M.S.R.
  5. Interlude
  6. Piano Improvisation
  7. How Come U Don't Call Me Anymore?
  8. Lady Cab Driver
  9. Automatic
  10. International Lover
  11. 1999
  12. Head
Running Time
TBC

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