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The Artist (Formerly Known As Prince) - Rock Over Germany (Lueneburg, Sheffield, London, Munich 1993) album FLAC

  • Performer: The Artist (Formerly Known As Prince)
  • Title: Rock Over Germany (Lueneburg, Sheffield, London, Munich 1993)
  • Genre: Rock / Funk / Audio recs / Pop
  • Country: Europe
  • Formats: VOX APE MPC AHX MP3 VOC ADX
  • Released: 1997
  • Style: Speech
  • MP3 album: 1343 mb
  • FLAC album: 1922 mb
  • Rating: 4.2/5
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The Artist (Formerly Known As Prince) - Rock Over Germany (Lueneburg, Sheffield, London, Munich 1993) album FLAC

Tracks 22-26 on Disc 2 were recorded by MTV during the aftershow in Munich on August 28th 1993. Tracklist from disc 3 does not appear on the release. This is the second release as a 3 disc set of: Rock Over Germany (Lueneburg, Sheffield, London, Munich 1993): "Rock over Germany 1" (SAB 010), "Rock over Germany 2" (SAB 011) + Disc 3: "Rock over Germany 3" (none, "Hybrid CD-ROM", CDr).

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Tracklist Hide Credits

1-1 My Name Is Prince
1-2 Sexy M.F.
1-3 The Beautiful Ones
1-4 Let's Go Crazy
1-5 Kiss
1-6 Irresistible Bitch
1-7 She's Always In My Hair
1-8 Raspberry Beret
1-9 The Cross
1-10 Sign "O" The Times
1-11 Purple Rain
1-12 Thunder
1-13 When Doves Cry
1-14 Nothing Compares 2 U
1-15 And God Created Woman
1-16 Diamonds & Pearls
1-17 Instrumental
1-18 Venus De Milo
1-19 I Love U In Me
1-20 Strollin'
1-21 Scandalous
1-22 Girls & Boys
1-23 7
2-1 Intro With Mayte's Speech In German
Speech – Mayte
2-2 1999
2-3 Baby I'm A Star
2-4 Rock The House
2-5 America
2-6 D.M.S.R.
2-7 Gett Off
2-8 The Pope
2-9 Peach
2-10 Let's Go Crazy
2-11 Kiss
2-12 The Cross
2-13 Purple Rain
2-14 1999
2-15 Baby I'm A Star
2-16 Rock The House
2-17 America
2-18 D.M.S.R.
2-19 The Pope
2-20 Jam Finale
2-21 Peach
2-22 Kristiane Backer Intro
2-23 Race
2-24 Calhoun Square
2-25 Jailhouse Rock
2-26 Instrumental Outro
3-1 My Name Is Prince
3-2 Sexy M.F. (including Love 2 The 9's)
3-3 The Beautiful Ones
3-4 Let's Go Crazy
3-5 Kiss
3-6 Irresistible Bitch
3-7 She's Always In My Hair
3-8 Raspberry Beret
3-9 Sometimes It Snows In April
3-10 The Cross
3-11 Sign 'O' The Times
3-12 Purple Rain
3-13.1 Thunder
3-13.2 When Doves Cry
3-13.3 Nothing Compares 2 U
3-13.4 And God Created Woman
3-13.5 Diamonds And Pearls
3-14 Little Red Corvette
3-15 Under The Cherry Moon (instrumental)
3-16 Delirious
3-17 Strollin'
3-18 Scandalous
3-19 Girls And Boys
3-20 7 (incl. Arabic Intro)
3-21 Speech
Speech – Mayte
3-22.1 1999
3-22.2 Baby I'm A Star
3-23.1 America
3-23.2 D.M.S.R.
3-23.3 It's Gonna Be A Beautiful Night (instrumental) & Take The 'A' Train

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Flugplatz, Lüneburg
  • Recorded At – Sheffield Arena
  • Recorded At – Broadcasting House, London
  • Recorded At – Alter Flughafen - Terminal 2
  • Recorded At – Royal Airforce Wildenrath

Notes

Fat boy 3 disc case with 10-panel leporello insert

The back tray insert states:

"All tracks on Disc 1 plus Tracks on Disc 2 were recorded live in Lueneburg, Germany on September 3rd 1993.
Tracks 10-13 on Disc 2 were recorded in Sheffield on August 2nd. Tracks 14-21 on Disc 2 recorded in London by BBC Radio One on September 7th 1993. Tracks 22-26 on Disc 2 were recorded by MTV during the aftershow in Munich on August 28th 1993."

Tracklist from disc 3 does not appear on the release.

This is the second release as a 3 disc set of:

Rock Over Germany (Lueneburg, Sheffield, London, Munich 1993):
"Rock over Germany 1" (SAB 010) / "Rock over Germany 2" (SAB 011)
+ Disc 3: "Rock over Germany 3" (none / "Hybrid CD-ROM" / CDr)
[disc 3 incorporate the ACT II tour performance from August 25th 1993 at the Donauinsel, Vienna, Austria]

Later it was also released as a 2 disc set (fat boy) without disc 3:
Rock Over Germany (Lueneburg, Sheffield, London, Munich 1993)

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0 010011 019977
  • Other (Catalogue number disc 1, CD): SAB 010
  • Other (Catalogue number disc 2, CD): SAB 011
  • Other (Catalogue number disc 3, VCD): SAB 040b

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SAB 010/011, none The Artist (Formerly Known As Prince) Rock Over Germany (Lueneburg, Sheffield, London, Munich 1993) ‎(2xCD, Unofficial + CDr, CD-ROM, Unofficial) Sabotage Records , Not On Label (Prince) SAB 010/011, none Europe 1997
SAB 010/011 The Artist (Formerly Known As Prince) Rock Over Germany (Lueneburg, Sheffield, London, Munich 1993) ‎(2xCD, RE, Unofficial) Sabotage Records SAB 010/011 Europe 1997
QL 03/4 Prince Lueneburg 93 ‎(2xCDr, Unofficial) Quickline QL 03/4 Europe Unknown


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