Since Prince’s back catalogue was made available on all streaming services, fans have delighted in rediscovering his music – and they’ve even found some unreleased tracks to enjoy too.
One that has surfaced recently is an awesome medley of ‘Our Destiny/Roadhouse Garden’ which will appear on a deluxe edition of Purple Rain to be released next month, with both tracks recorded live during a concert held in 1984 on Prince’s birthday (June 7).
‘Our Destiny’ features the vocals of Lisa Coleman, a member of Prince’s former backing band The Revolution, before it segues into Prince’s ‘Roadhouse Garden’ where he takes up lead vocals once again.
And if you skipped over that video above you should definitely go back and let it play, because the medley is really so, so good.
The Purple Rain reissue will also feature a few more previously unreleased tracks, so there’s plenty more new music to look forward to hearing, including a new version of ‘Possessed’ and the debut of the studio version of ‘Electric Intercourse’.
The upcoming release also includes a finished master of ‘Katrina’s Paper Dolls’, ‘Father’s Song’, ‘Velvet Kitty Cat’, and ‘We Can Fuck’.
If all that’s not enough, there’ll even be a deluxe version of the deluxe re-release in the form of a four-disc Expanded Edition.
That one will have even more bonus goodies including a third disc of single edits, remixes and B-sides, and a live DVD of Prince And The Revolution Llive at the Carrier Dome, Syracuse, NY, March 30, 1985 that will have fully restored audio and video.
Prince passed away after an accidental opioid overdose in April last year, aged just 57.
The Purple Rain reissue album will be released on June 23 and will be available on all streaming platforms.
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