Review #45: Sign O’ The Times, Prince

#45: Sign O’ The Times, Prince

I’ve already mentioned that I didn’t love this album. All these songs are so dance-y. I feel like this is like club music, and I have only distant memories of being in clubs now, so it was hard for me to enjoy it. I’m not a huge dancer to begin with. Also, Prince has a much whinier voice on this album than on Purple Rain, which began to drive me nuts.

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