Review #8: Purple Rain, Prince and the Revolution

#8: Purple Rain, Prince & The Revolution

As I’ve said before, I’m not much of a dancer but I did a lot of dancing on this road trip. (In my seat, safely buckled in, obviously.) Frankly, you lose a lot of inhibition when you’re alone in a car for long periods of time, and the best way to maintain your sanity is to accept that you will become a different person. I became a person…

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