Prince's Iconic 'Diamonds and Pearls' Album Set for Reissue Featuring 47 Previously Unreleased Tracks
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Prince’s Iconic ‘Diamonds and Pearls’ Album Set for Reissue Featuring 47 Previously Unreleased Tracks

On Thursday, Paisley Park Enterprises revealed that Prince & The New Power Generation’s 1991 album “Diamonds and Pearls” reissue is in the works.

The reissue, which includes 47 unreleased tracks, is scheduled to be released on October 27 in collaboration with Sony Music Entertainment and Warner Records.

This will be the first remastered release of Prince’s 13th album “Diamonds and Pearls,” created alongside The New Power Generation.  The upcoming version will feature remixes, B-sides, and over two hours of concert footage from Prince’s vault.

In conjunction with this, the artist’s estate unveiled two unreleased tracks: “Alice Through the Looking Glass” and “Insatiable (Early Mix – Full Version),” showcasing unused lyrics and instrumentation.

The reissue will be streamable, downloadable, and in physical formats like vinyl and CD.  It comes with a 120-page photo book, Chuck D’s introduction, a Dolby Atmos album mix on Blu-ray, and audio/video from a 1992 concert.

Pre-orders are now available for all remastered album editions.

The album featured hits like “Gett Off” and “Cream,” both hitting No. 1 on Billboard Hot 100.  It gained multi-platinum status in the U.S. and U.K. Notably, it marked the first time Prince credited his new band on an album, a move he previously only made with his group, The Revolution.

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