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Prince And The New Power Generation - Cream flac album Performer: Prince
Title: Cream
Style: Funk
Released: 1991
Country: UK
MP3 album: 1861 mb
FLAC album: 1687 mb
Rating: 4.3
Other formats: AIFF VOX MP1 DMF WMA VOC AUD
Genre: Funk / Pop

Cream (w/o Rap Monologue). Prince & The New Power Generation. Авторы текста и музыки. WMG (от лица компании "Warner Rhino Off Roster-Audio"); LatinAutor - UMPG, UMPG Publishing, Global Music Rights LLC, LatinAutor - Warner Chappell, UBEM, Warner Chappell, LatinAutor, UMPI, CMRRA, PEDL" и другие авторские общества (6). Ещё. Свернуть.

Cream" is a song by Prince and The New Power Generation, from the album Diamonds and Pearls (1991). On MTV Unplugged 2004, Prince stated that he wrote the song while masturbating himself. The single's B-side, "Horny Pony", a rap song which was replaced on Diamonds and Pearls at the last minute by "Gett Off", was re-used from the "Gett Off" single. Cream" was also released as a maxi-single EP with remixes and songs/raps loosely based on "Cream".

Lyrics to "Cream" song by Prince And The New Power Generation: This is it It's time for u to go to the wire U will hit Cuz u got the burnin' desire It's your time. Cream Get on top Cream U will cop Cream Don't u stop Cream Sh-boogie bop. Look up in the air, it's your guitar. Do your dance Why should u wait any longer? Take a chance It could only make u stronger It's your time (It's your time) U got the horn so why don't u blow it (Go on and blow it) U're so fine (U're so fine) U're filthy cute and baby u know it (U know it). Come on Cream Get on top Cream U will cop Cream Don't u ever stop Cream Sh-boogie bop. Cream Cream Cream Sh-boogie bop.

Cream Get on top Cream You will cop Cream Don't you stop Cream Sh-boogie bop. You're so good Baby there ain't nobody better Ain't nobody better So you should Never, ever go by the letter Never ever You're so cool Cool Everything you do is success Make the rules Rules Then break them all cause you are the best Yes you are. Cream Get on top Cream You will cop Cream Don't you stop Cream Sh-boogie bop. .

Cream" is a song by Prince and The New Power Generation, from the 1991 album Diamonds and Pearls. Prince states that he wrote the song while standing in front of a mirror The single's B-side, "Horny Pony", a rap song which was replaced on Diamonds and Pearls at the last minute by "Gett Off", was re-used from the "Gett Off" single. Cream" was also released as a maxi-single EP with remixes and songs/raps loosely based on "Cream"

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Tracklist

A Cream 4:12
B Horny Pony 4:17

Companies, etc.

  • Published By – Warner Chappell Music Ltd.
  • Published By – Controversy Music
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – WEA International Inc.
  • Distributed By – WEA Records Ltd.

Credits

  • Design – Greg Ross
  • Producer, Performer, Composed By, Arranged By – Prince, The New Power Generation

Notes

(c) + (p) 1991 WEA International Inc.
UK: W0061
"Cream" from the forthcoming Paisley Park / Warner Bros.album DIAMONDS PEARLS
Available on Compact Disc, LP and cassette (759 925 379-2/-1/-4)

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Sleeve): 0 5439-19175-7 7
  • Barcode (Labels (scan)): 0054391917577
  • Barcode (Labels (text)): 5439-19175-7
  • Label Code: LC 0392
  • Other (Distribution code: France): WE 171
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A label): W 0061 A*
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B label): W 0061 B*
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): W 0061-A-1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout): W 0061-B-1

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
W 0061 T, 9362-40213-0 Prince & The New Power Generation Prince & The New Power Generation - Cream ‎(12") Paisley Park, Warner Bros. Records, Paisley Park, Warner Bros. Records W 0061 T, 9362-40213-0 UK 1991
91 91754 Prince And The New Power Generation Prince And The New Power Generation - Cream ‎(Cass, Single) Paisley Park 91 91754 Canada 1991
543919175-4 Prince And The New Power Generation Prince And The New Power Generation - Cream ‎(Cass, Single) Warner Music Australia 543919175-4 Australia 1991
5439-19175-7, W0061 Prince And The New Power Generation Prince And The New Power Generation - Cream ‎(7", Single, Sma) Paisley Park, Warner Bros. Records, Paisley Park, Warner Bros. Records 5439-19175-7, W0061 Europe 1991
WPDP-6286 Prince And The New Power Generation = プリンス* & ザ・ニュー・パワー・ジェネレーション* Prince And The New Power Generation = プリンス* & ザ・ニュー・パワー・ジェネレーション* - Cream = クリーム ‎(CD, Mini, Single) Warner Bros. Records, Paisley Park WPDP-6286 Japan 1991


Comments: (1)
lolike
After the lackluster success of "Lovesexy" followed by the triple platinum sales of Prince's soundtrack to "Batman", Prince needed to prove that "Batman" was just as much a success because of him and not just because the movie was a blockbuster. Prince knew that his follow-up would make or break him... Fortunately, his marketing savvy was right on this time (it isn't always... think "Under The Cherry Moon") and Prince played it to the fullest, releasing "Gett Off," which regained his credibility at clubs and with R&B radio and firmly established the New Power Generation as a worthy successor to the Revolution. But Prince still needed another "Kiss" or "When Doves Cry" and he knew it. Reportedly, Prince had already written "Diamonds and Pearls" with the intention of it being the album’s big song, but he felt that he needed something faster as he felt ballads were harder to 'break' at radio. "Cream" was written with the intention of being Prince’s 'comeback' hit and that it was. "Cream" ended up being exactly what Prince needed to regain credibility with mainstream/top 40 audiences and the public in general: it shot to #1, went gold, and pushed the related album "Diamonds and Pearls," to the top five and multi-platinum status. To boot, the remixes of "Cream" (elsewhere in Ogs) kept him alive in the club scene, with his first official domestic (US) release that included trance mixes of one of his songs. "Cream" may sound light & fluffy at first, but that's about the only similarity it has to namesake... for Prince and the NPG this was the whole sundae... including the cream on top.