Pitchfork put their writers to work reviewing Prince’s “classic” albums (i.e., everything up to 1991’s Diamonds and Pearls.)  It’s nice to read about the context of each album, and to consider the significant differences between Prince, Prince and the Revolution, and the New Power Generation.

With such a rich catalog, I don’t think less of anybody who stops at The Hits / The B-sides.  It’s a rock solid collection and an excellent place to begin exploring His Purpleness.

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