Prince’s Album “Diamonds And Pearls” Will Be Re-Released As A Super Deluxe Version On October 27

Prince’s album Diamonds and Pearls will get a new reissue in the fall.

Paisley Park, Sony Music and Warner Records announced a super deluxe version of the album Thursday that is scheduled for release October 27.

Diamonds and Pearls is the 13th album by late singer Prince, who died at age 57 in April 2016. The album was originally released in October 1991 and features such singles as “Gett Off” and “Cream.”

The super deluxe version will be released as a 7CD ($160) or 12LP ($350) set that includes a newly remastered version of Diamonds and Pearls.

It also features 33 previously unheard studio tracks from the vault and 15 remixes and B-sides, including the “Get Off (Damn Near 10 Min.)” mix.

In addition, the set includes two hours of unreleased video concert performances and a 120-page book featuring unseen photos by Randee St. Nicholas, essays and more.

Paisley Park shared the previously unreleased track “Alice Through the Looking Glass” on Thursday ahead of the reissue.

Prince’s estate previously released deluxe editions of Prince’s albums 1999 and Sign O’ the Times.

Published by Larry Fire

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