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Performer: Prince
Title: Dirty Mind
Released: 1980
Category: Funk, Soul
Rating: 4.2 ✦
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Dirty Mind is the third album by American recording artist Prince. It was released on October 8, 1980, by Warner Bros. Records as the follow-up to his self-titled second album, Prince, (1979). Produced, arranged, and composed mainly by Prince in his home studio in Minneapolis, Minnesota, the album debuted at number 63 on the US Billboard 200 chart (peaking at number 45), and earned widespread acclaim from music critics.

Перевод текста песни Dirty Mind исполнителя (группы) Prince. У меня появляются грязные мысли. It doesn't matter where we are. Неважно, где мы находимся, Doesn't matter who's around. Неважно, кто вокруг, Doesn't matter, I just want to lay you down.

In 1980, Prince had put in a primitive studio in his home, basically to get some rough ideas down for his next album. He had scored a top ten hit with I Wanna Be your Lover, so his confidence was beginning to rise. While I wanna be your Lover was a sweet little tune, Dirty Mind is the absolute exact opposite. Due to the old equipment, Dirty Mind has a VERY organic sound to it, which compliments the album and the album's lyrical content as well

Dirty Mind is the third full-length studio album by Prince. It was released worldwide in October 1980, just under twelve months after his previous album, Prince.

The Prince of Dirty Mind was a lover not a fighter, and dude could barely keep the amorousness under wraps. Read on for a track-by-track take on this absolute essential - an eight-song, 30-minute glimpse into the mind of a thong-rocking pacifist with some interesting ideas about marriage and sibling relations. Prince's 20 Biggest Billboard Hits. Dirty Mind : A thumping kick and cool synth line get the album started on a randy note.

Was Dirty Mind his best album? Let’s talk about what that means. There are two kinds of perfect records and Prince made both: the offhanded and the heavy-handed. The former is more common but more unsung, usually found early in an artist’s career like an epiphany that they stumbled upon while burrowing deep into the edges of their identity and making the walls bleed. Everyone knows a heavy-handed perfect record because it’s simultaneously more praised and more debated. Your White Album, your 69 Love Songs, your Stankonia or London Calling. It’s longer and more auditable: Does need to be there? It comes later in a genius’ career as the capstone and culmination of the peaks and valleys that came before. That’s the two-disc Sign o’ the Times, which to millennials is more divisive than Purple Rain. But Purple Rain wasn’t offhanded, and it ain’t perfect.