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Reply #30 posted 05/03/12 5:34am

blackbob

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look forward to hearing this...for me...outside 84 - 86 ..this for me was prince's most creative period...i thought he was on fire during the mid 90s...

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Reply #31 posted 05/03/12 7:57am

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alexnvrmnd777 said:

organgrinder said:

Boooooooooooooo i cant find this anywhere............................ sad

That's such a VERY not-so-subtle way of asking if someone can send you the link of where to download this. Tsk, tsk, tsk...

Yeah but is it though???? smile

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Reply #32 posted 05/03/12 8:01am

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organgrinder said:

alexnvrmnd777 said:

organgrinder said: That's such a VERY not-so-subtle way of asking if someone can send you the link of where to download this. Tsk, tsk, tsk...

Yeah but is it though???? smile

It's very simple. Go to Google, type in the words "Prince 10 000 wallpaper" and hey shitting presto.

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Reply #33 posted 05/03/12 8:11am

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yeahthat

organgrinder said:

Boooooooooooooo i cant find this anywhere............................ sad

I've said it so many times.... GOOGLE is your friend. Use it!!

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Reply #34 posted 05/03/12 8:21am

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TheDigitalGardener said:

organgrinder said:

Yeah but is it though???? smile

It's very simple. Go to Google, type in the words "Prince 10 000 wallpaper" and hey shitting presto.

[Edited 5/3/12 8:02am]

Actually Google was (of course) my first port of call but nada!

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Reply #35 posted 05/03/12 8:28am

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blackbob said:

look forward to hearing this...for me...outside 84 - 86 ..this for me was prince's most creative period...i thought he was on fire during the mid 90s...

I agree. 1983-1986 were my favourite years but 1993-1996 were also very impressive.

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Reply #36 posted 05/03/12 8:31am

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organgrinder said:

TheDigitalGardener said:

It's very simple. Go to Google, type in the words "Prince 10 000 wallpaper" and hey shitting presto.

Actually Google was (of course) my first port of call but nada!

I'm sure you searched for the title, but, be more creative with search parameters when searching for this bootleg. wink

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Reply #37 posted 05/03/12 8:45am

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djThunderfunk said:

organgrinder said:

Actually Google was (of course) my first port of call but nada!

I'm sure you searched for the title, but, be more creative with search parameters when searching for this bootleg. wink

Fair point wink Needless to say i have now found said bootleg and the second version of Come is everything i love about Prince, never heard it in such great quality beofre - amazing.

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Reply #38 posted 05/03/12 9:15am

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cool Also Endorphinmachine with no cow bell - such a better version!!

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Reply #39 posted 05/03/12 10:11am

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So...can anyone shed any light on the title? It's...odd, to say the least. lol

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Reply #40 posted 05/03/12 10:23am

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Genesia said:

So...can anyone shed any light on the title? It's...odd, to say the least. lol

10,000 was a very short lived magazine published by NPG. There was only ever one issue.

There was a video tape containing the music on this boot with all kinds of visuals, it was played on the screens at Glam Slam (as wallpaper) during the launch of the magazine.

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Reply #41 posted 05/03/12 10:24am

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Indeed, the sound q is excellent. Mad and Funky Design especially sound bangin' as opposed to the official npgmc versions, which sounded anemic to my ears.

"Come" (#2) is a masterpiece, especially segued into Endorphinmachine. Pity it was never released that way.

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Reply #42 posted 05/03/12 10:25am

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TheDigitalGardener said:

Genesia said:

So...can anyone shed any light on the title? It's...odd, to say the least. lol

10,000 was a very short lived magazine published by NPG. There was only ever one issue.

There was a video tape containing the music on this boot with all kinds of visuals, it was played on the screens at Glam Slam (as wallpaper) during the launch of the magazine.

Awesome - thank you! biggrin

So...an NPG magazine with only one issue? Sounds par for the course, knowing what we do about Prince's attention span. Still, that beats the run of 3121 Magazine! lol

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Reply #43 posted 05/03/12 10:27am

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Genesia said:

TheDigitalGardener said:

10,000 was a very short lived magazine published by NPG. There was only ever one issue.

There was a video tape containing the music on this boot with all kinds of visuals, it was played on the screens at Glam Slam (as wallpaper) during the launch of the magazine.

Awesome - thank you! biggrin

So...an NPG magazine with only one issue? Sounds par for the course, knowing what we do about Prince's attention span. Still, that beats the run of 3121 Magazine! lol

Indeed. There was another magazine though, "NPG Magazine." I think there were 4 issues of that. I only have two.

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Reply #44 posted 05/03/12 10:31am

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it was a large magazine about 150% of the size of a normal magazine. perhaps a bit like the size NME was after it cut size from being a tabloid. it was just full of photos and logos like the video, and had some poetry/lyrics in it. it was expensive and more like a coffee book type of thing, but a magazine version. nothing in it to actually read

i think i have scans of it somewhere

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Reply #45 posted 05/03/12 10:32am

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TheDigitalGardener said:

Genesia said:

Awesome - thank you! biggrin

So...an NPG magazine with only one issue? Sounds par for the course, knowing what we do about Prince's attention span. Still, that beats the run of 3121 Magazine! lol

Indeed. There was another magazine though, "NPG Magazine." I think there were 4 issues of that. I only have two.

that issues do you have as i have spares of one or two copies i think, maybe them all

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Reply #46 posted 05/03/12 10:37am

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unique said:

TheDigitalGardener said:

Indeed. There was another magazine though, "NPG Magazine." I think there were 4 issues of that. I only have two.

that issues do you have as i have spares of one or two copies i think, maybe them all

I have 1 & 2. I'm no really bothered about them though. I think I have all those mags on a PDF somewhere.

wink

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Reply #47 posted 05/03/12 10:40am

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TheDigitalGardener said:

unique said:

that issues do you have as i have spares of one or two copies i think, maybe them all

I have 1 & 2. I'm no really bothered about them though. I think I have all those mags on a PDF somewhere.

wink

i think i have them all on pdf too. i think it's the yellow/gold and blue cover issues i have spares at least, as i was playing around with my scanner with them. the scanner that was used for about 2 days and, well.... gathers dust... but it's a good printer/scanner!

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Reply #48 posted 05/03/12 10:46am

motherfunka

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Genesia said:

So...can anyone shed any light on the title? It's...odd, to say the least. lol

10,000 was a very short lived magazine published by NPG. There was only ever one issue.

There was a video tape containing the music on this boot with all kinds of visuals, it was played on the screens at Glam Slam (as wallpaper) during the launch of the magazine.

Actually that video that was played at Glam Slam was shown before and after the June 7th, 8th, and 9th 1994 birthday shows. The "launch" of the 10,000 magazine was at the Beautiful Experience concert in Feb 1994, which is where I got my copy. It's very shoddily put together. The bootleg videos I have for those shows have the wallpaper video on them, which came from the orignal source T. At the time of the Beautiful Experience concert it was said that Prince's new band was called 10,000. Obviously that was short lived, and the band wasn't new. I'm not sure what that was all about. Levi, Tony, Damon, and Kirk were gone.

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Reply #49 posted 05/03/12 10:47am

chopingard

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TheDigitalGardener said:

I have 1 & 2. I'm no really bothered about them though. I think I have all those mags on a PDF somewhere.

wink

i think i have them all on pdf too. i think it's the yellow/gold and blue cover issues i have spares at least, as i was playing around with my scanner with them. the scanner that was used for about 2 days and, well.... gathers dust... but it's a good printer/scanner!

Do you have spares for issue 3 the one Wher the cover is him with cane,top hat and Mayte on a cloud?

It's the only issue i'm missing

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Reply #50 posted 05/03/12 10:49am

chopingard

Oh and was The Truth magazine (small glossy 2 issues) official cause I got given a copy but I don't remember him selling it

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Reply #51 posted 05/03/12 10:49am

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motherfunka said:

TheDigitalGardener said:

10,000 was a very short lived magazine published by NPG. There was only ever one issue.

There was a video tape containing the music on this boot with all kinds of visuals, it was played on the screens at Glam Slam (as wallpaper) during the launch of the magazine.

Actually that video that was played at Glam Slam was shown before and after the June 7th, 8th, and 9th 1994 birthday shows. The "launch" of the 10,000 magazine was at the Beautiful Experience concert in Feb 1994,

wink Thanks for the correction.

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Reply #52 posted 05/03/12 10:52am

Pbing

So it's "10,000" and not "10.000" (as the flac tags said)? Just keeping my iTunes tidy...

& yeah the sound quality on this is incredible. I swear the "Come" songs sound better here than they do on the retail CD! Amazing!

& yeah Gold without the keyboard counterpoint melody is real interesting to hear. All these versions are great.

Fantastic release, thanks for the heads up on this one.

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Reply #53 posted 05/03/12 11:02am

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Pbing said:

& yeah the sound quality on this is incredible.

Same guy that does the FBG releases....

And yes, it's 10,000. The tags are wrong.

Busy doin' something close to nothing
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Reply #54 posted 05/03/12 11:43am

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chopingard said:

Oh and was The Truth magazine (small glossy 2 issues) official cause I got given a copy but I don't remember him selling it

i'll check the npg issues

the truth was by the guy who was jailed for bootlegging the black album, who also threw an after"party" saying prince would turn up, but guess what?. i think he had permission to do it but i'm not sure what happened

name was chris dawson. he had a record store called the revolution that sold the kinda of records that hmv wouldn't stock and had a fanclub/fanzine called the crystal ball

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Reply #55 posted 05/03/12 12:10pm

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Isn't "Gold" just so much better less produced?

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Reply #56 posted 05/03/12 3:25pm

chopingard

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chopingard said:

Oh and was The Truth magazine (small glossy 2 issues) official cause I got given a copy but I don't remember him selling it

i'll check the npg issues

the truth was by the guy who was jailed for bootlegging the black album, who also threw an after"party" saying prince would turn up, but guess what?. i think he had permission to do it but i'm not sure what happened

name was chris dawson. he had a record store called the revolution that sold the kinda of records that hmv wouldn't stock and had a fanclub/fanzine called the crystal ball

Ahhh that explains why I wasn't aware of the origins. I always thought if it was official I would have somehow seen it at the time.

Thanks for checking the NPG mags

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Reply #57 posted 05/04/12 2:29am

iloveannie

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Isn't "Gold" just so much better less produced?

I just had my first listen and thought it sounded messy. The guitar was too prominent and too distorted (sounds a bit ironic saying Prince's guitar is too heavily distorted).

Maybe the second listen will show up more. First listen's are inevitable but not always worth commenting on.

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Reply #58 posted 05/04/12 4:42am

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amazing release. great soundquality. with releases like this, chocolate box, and the

parade testpressing, we're gonna be able to assemble our own perfect quality vault

series.

keep them coming people, they're awesome.

and true love lives on lollipops and crisps
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Reply #59 posted 05/04/12 6:20am

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This is FUCKING GREAT biggrin biggrin biggrin biggrin biggrin biggrin biggrin biggrin

Thanks to whoever allowed this to surface!!!

So how many "clean" versions of unreleased mixtapes done by Prince do we have now?

- Parade demos

- Box Of Chocolate (assuming the tracklist wasn't fanmade?)

- 24 (1988 version, though not as clean in terms of sound, or did I miss a new release?)

- Corporate World (though 4DF ruined their otherwisely great effort by extending a song, but maybe this can be edited back using Audacity? IDK, I haven't had the time to check)

- 10,000 Wallpaper

- Exodus #1

- Exodus #2

Did I forget any other?

What about Madhouse's 24 (1993 version) and Margie Cox' album? Do we have any clean version with (respectively) "17" and "Whistling Kenny" included with a similar sound quality/level? I only have versions without these 2 tracks sad

Thanks smile

[Edited 5/4/12 6:22am]

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