Prince’s Hit Albums ‘The Rainbow Children’ & ‘One Nite Alone’ Will Be Reissued Next Month
Prince’s music and legacy is living on nearly four years after his passing.
The late icon’s albums The Rainbow Children (originally released in 2001) and One Nite Alone (originally released in 2002), are set to be reissued on Legacy on April 17, just days ahead of the fourth anniversary of his passing. The singer died on April 21, 2016.
The Rainbow Children was a major milestone for Prince as it marked the debut album released after changing his mantra back to his name (after he went by his symbol). One Nite Alone was released just months later.
The live albums One Nite Alone…Live! and the double album One Nite Alone: The Aftershow… It Ain’t Over are also scheduled to be released on vinyl on April 17. Prince fans can also enjoy all the albums on a CD compilation Prince: The One Nite Alone Collection, which includes the Prince: Live at the Aladdin Las Vegas album.
The “1999” singer’s estate is already getting fans ready for the DVD as it shared his performance of “Pop Life” from the Las Vegas show.
The upcoming projects come after his estate dropped a never-before-released acoustic demo track for “I Feel For You.”
The release date, Oct. 17, was on the 40th anniversary of his self-titled album.
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