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Prince And The Revolution - 1999 The New Master Album

Prince And The Revolution - 1999 The New Master Album

Performer: Prince And The Revolution
Title: 1999 The New Master
Style: Tribal House, Deep House, Synth-pop, Funk, Hip Hop
Released: 1999
Country: US
Label: NPG Records
Size MP3 version: 1758 mb
Size FLAC version: 2468 mb
Size WMA version: 1960 mb
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 150
Genre: Electronic / Hip-hop / Funk

Prince And The Revolution - 1999 The New Master Album


11999 (The New Master - Single Edit)4:30
21999 (Rosie & Doug E. In A Deep House)6:23
31999 (Keep Steppin')4:33
41999 (The New Master)7:09
51999 (Acapella)5:11
61999 (The Inevitable Mix)5:46
7Rosario 1:19


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
nonePrince And The Revolution 1999 The New Master ‎(CD, EP)NPG RecordsnoneUS1999
nonePrince And The Revolution 1999 (The New Master) ‎(12", EP, Bla)NPG RecordsnoneUS1999
nonePrince And The Revolution 1999 (The New Master) ‎(12", EP, Pur)NPG RecordsnoneUS1999


Translucent purple vinyl in white generic sleeve, without title sticker.
There are no credits listed on this release.


  • Matrix / Runout: 1999 NEW MASTER @ NPG - A HMB BKG
  • Matrix / Runout: 1999 NEW MASTER @ NPG - B HMB BKG
  • Matrix / Runout: 2870.1
  • Matrix / Runout: 2870.2


1999: The New Master is an EP of newly recorded remixes of Prince's 1982 hit, 1999. The EP was released in the year 1999 to take advantage of the song's namesake year. Using the original tracks, Prince added additional music, as well as contributions from a new lineup suspiciously resembling The New Power Generation, including Rosie Gaines, Larry Graham and Doug E. The EP was released in the U. on CD, as well as a rare purple vinyl 12-inch. 1999 is the fifth studio album by American recording artist Prince, and the first to feature his band the Revolution. It was released on October 27, 1982, by Warner Bros. 1999's critical and commercial success propelled Prince to a place in the public psyche, and marked the beginning of two years of heightened fame via his following releases. 1999 was Prince's first top 10 album on the Billboard 200, peaking at number nine, and was fifth in the Billboard Year-End Albums of 1983. 1999: The New Master was a self-released EP by Prince, then known as his unpronouncable symbol, consisting of remixes and re-recordings of 1999 , his 1982 hit and title song from his 1983 album, 1999. Since his name was still copywritten by Warner Bros. The Revolution was written backwards on the cover, like on the album cover of 1999. 1999-The New Master offers refreshing and invigorating alternatives to the pop gem, thanks to The Artist and an intimate group of remarkable talent and members of his New Power Generation family. 1999: The New Master. Single details. Released: 2 February 1999. Related album: None. Labels: NPG Records. Non-Album tracks. appear more prominently on this new version. To favorites 0 Download album. Listen album. R'n'B Funk Dance-Pop. Songs in album Prince - 1999 The New Master 1999. Prince - 1999 The New Master. Prince - Rosario 1999. Prince - 1999 The Inevitable Mix. Prince - 1999 Keep Steppin'. Prince - 1999 Rosie, Doug E. In A Deep House. Artwork, Photography By, Design Parke. Featuring Doug E. Fresh tracks: 5, Larry Graham, Rosario Dawson tracks: 2, Rosie Gaines tracks: 5, The New Power Generation, The Revolution. Mastered By Brian Gardner. Recorded By, Mixed By, Engineer HM Buff. 1999 NPG Records sleeve 1999 NPG Records mould ring. All trax 121 BPM xcept 97 BPM track 4. Track 2 is spoken word over the intro music from 'Little Red Corvette'. 1999: The New Master 1999. Album by Prince. 1999 Keep Steppin' by Prince feat. Doug E. Conjunction Junction by Bob Dorough feat. Jack Sheldon and Terri Morel 1973. Play This Only at Night by Doug E. Fresh and The Get Fresh Crew 1986. Spirit by Doug E. Fresh and The Get Fresh Crew 1989. 1999 Rosie & Doug E. In the Deep House by Prince and The Revolution feat. Rosie Gaines and Doug E. Prince Format: Audio CD. New from. Used from. 4 Keepsteppin': A companion song to The New Master, uses new vocals which will start to become refreshing after a while. More hip-hop oriented, it's a good track with a b-side quality that I probably listen to most often. House: Ugh. first of all, I can't stand the female vocalist featured in almost every track her voice is annoying, and she pretty much just spews out stupid little phrases like 'eeehhhhhaaahhhehhhhh it's 1999' and 'IIIII caaaame to paaarrrty' and scat. This is just another dull remix. Not Now. Here is Part 1 of our album review of the classic 1999 album. Prince - Why You Wanna