A massive 65-song excavation.
The Prince Estate’s long-awaited 1999 expansion has finally landed.
The 65-song excavation of the sessions that would produce the late icon’s fifth studio album features 23 previously unreleased songs, the full audio from a November 1982 performance at Detroit’s Masonic Hall, and more than a dozen rare remixes and edits that are now available to stream for the first time ever.
It’s also been released as a hefty, 10xLP “super deluxe” vinyl boxset, featuring a DVD with the full footage from a show in Houston later that year, along with unseen photos, and Prince’s handwritten lyrics. The estate’s shop appears to have already sold out, but copies are still available at various online retailers.
Stream the expanded and remastered edition of Prince’s 1999 below and pick up a copy of the 10xLP boxset while you still can.
Voodoo & Old Donuts.