by Prince


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Product Details

Release Date: 09/30/2008
Label: Rhino Flashback
UPC: 0081227990053
catalogNumber: 45700
Rank: 12607


  1. Come
  2. Space
  3. Pheromone
  4. Loose!
  5. Papa
  6. Race
  7. Dark
  8. Solo
  9. Letitgo
  10. Orgasm

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Prince   Primary Artist,Vocals,Background Vocals
Eric Leeds   Flute
Ricky Peterson   Keyboards
Brian Gallagher   Horn
Michael B.   Track Performer
Tommy Barbarella   Track Performer
Jearlyn Steele Battle   Sampling
Dave Jensen   Horn
Kathy Jensen   Horn
Steve Strand   Horn
Sonny T.   Track Performer
Kathleen Bradford   Background Vocals
Mayte   Background Vocals
Micah Nelson   Horn

Technical Credits

Prince   Arranger,Composer,Producer,Engineer
Airiq Anest   Programming
Chronic Freeze   Engineer
Michael Nelson   Contributor
New Power Generation   Contributor
Ray Hahnfeldt   Engineer
Hayes   Contributor
Tom Tucker   Engineer
Mike Nelson   Contributor
David Henry Hwang   Composer

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Come 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Prince's 1994 album "Come" was a contract record, but don't let that fool ya, because "Come" is one of the best albums Prince released in the 90's. This album is a dark, sexual, late night type of album. Tracks like "Space" ,"Pheremone" and the title track are the perfect songs for late night romance. The best time to listen to this album is at night, because it has that laid back, releaxing feel to it. The only exception is "Loose!" which is a high energy techno song. I suggest that you pick this one up, it's not one to miss!
Guest More than 1 year ago
Although it may not have been a "successful" album, this is an incredible piece of work. I think it captures Prince's ability weave genres together, to play anything and sing anything he wants. From the title track, "Come," an upbeat groove to the mournful "Dark" to the disturbing and beautiful "Papa" - all woven together with a thread of sex (like most of his music) it is as much of an important part of a music collection as any of his other works.