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Prince - Controversy FLAC Performer: Prince
Album: Controversy
Country: UK
Released: 1993
Style: Funk
Label: Paisley Park, Warner Bros. Records
Genre: Soul / Pop
Catalog #: W0215C, 5439-18281-4
Size FLAC: 2707 mb.
Size MP3: 1415 mb.
Rating: 4.2/5
Votes: 045
Record Source: Cassette, Single




Tracklist


1The Future (Remix)
Remix – Mark Moore, William Orbit
6:25
2Controversy3:35
3The Future (Remix)
Remix – Mark Moore, William Orbit
6:25


Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
W0215CD1, 9362-41277-2, WO215CD1Prince Controversy ‎(CD, Single, Num, CD1)Paisley Park, Warner Bros. Records, Warner Bros. RecordsW0215CD1, 9362-41277-2, WO215CD1UK & Europe1993
9362-41278-2, W0215CD2Prince Controversy ‎(CD, Single, CD2)Paisley Park, Warner Bros. Records9362-41278-2, W0215CD2UK & Europe1993
SAM 1278Prince Controversy ‎(12", Promo)WEASAM 1278UK1993
W0215P, 5439-18280-7Prince Controversy ‎(7", Single, Num, Pic, Col)Paisley Park, Paisley Park, Warner Bros. Records, Warner Bros. RecordsW0215P, 5439-18280-7UK1993
W0215P, 5439-18280-7Prince Controversy ‎(7", Single, Num, Pic, Promo, Col)Paisley Park, Paisley Park, Warner Bros. Records, Warner Bros. RecordsW0215P, 5439-18280-7UK1993
CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
BSK 3601Prince Controversy ‎(LP, Album)Warner Bros. RecordsBSK 3601US1981
WBC 1521Prince Controversy ‎(LP, Album)Warner Bros. RecordsWBC 1521South Africa1981
256 950, 3601-2Prince Controversy ‎(CD, Album, RE)Warner Bros. Records, Warner Bros. Records256 950, 3601-2GermanyUnknown
7599-23601-2, 256 950, 3601-2Prince Controversy ‎(CD, Album, RP)Warner Bros. Records, Warner Bros. Records, Warner Bros. Records7599-23601-2, 256 950, 3601-2UK & EuropeUnknown
7599-23601-2Prince Controversy ‎(CD, Album, RE, RP)Warner Bros. Records7599-23601-2UK & EuropeUnknown


Credits


  • EngineerBob Mockler, Mick Guzauski, Ross Pallone
  • ManagementCavallo, Ruffalo & Fargnoli
  • Mastered ByBernie Grundman
  • Photography ByAl Beaulieu
  • Producer, Arranged By, Composed By, PerformerPrince
  • Producer, Arranged By, Composed By, PerformerPrince


Notes


Plays same both sides

Taken from the album 'Prince-The Hits 2'

Licensed by GEMAReissue with new designed labels (7 WB logos: one color, six grey).
The labels incorporate "Publisher credits (GB):" to Warner Bros. Music Ltd. [not credited on other European releases].
Similiar to:
- Controversy that has GEMA only on labels and no GB publishing credit,
- Controversy that doesn't have the GB publishing credit on labels,
- Controversy that has different distribution / price codes on rear sleeve.

℗ + © 1981 Warner Bros. Records Inc. [on labels]
℗ © 1981 Warner Bros. Records Inc. [on rear sleeve]

The catalog numbers appear as follows :

- WB K 56 950 (BSK 3601) [spine & rear sleeve]
- K 56 950 [labels]

Direct fan mail to: Prince, P.O. Box 4475, North Hollywood, CA 91607 · Special thanks to God and U

Mastered at A&M Records

Manufactured in Germany by Record Service GmbH, Alsdorf
Pressé en Allemagne par Record Service GmbH, Alsdorf Ⓦ a Warner Communications Company
Druckhaus Maack KG, Lüdenscheid

Embossed WARNER logo on rear sleeve lower right corner.


Barcodes


  • Barcode: none
  • Label Code (On labels and rear sleeve): LC 0392
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A, variant 1): R / S Alsdorf 56950 A xx 1 ø STRAWBERRY (G)
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B, variant 1): R / S Alsdorf 56950-B2 x 72 D STRAWBERRY (G)
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A, variant 2): R / S Alsdorf 56950 A X 102 ø STRAWBERRY (G)
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B, variant 2): R / S Alsdorf 56950-B2 X 57 ø S STRAWBERRY (G)
  • Price Code (Germany): Ⓩ
  • Price Code (France): WE 351
  • Rights Society (Boxed on labels): GEMA/Biem
  • Barcode: 0 5439-18281-4 9


Album


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