Prince's 15 Best Post-Eighties Deep Cuts

Cherry-picking the most underappreciated Prince songs of the Nineties and Oughts

"The Marrying Kind"

prince
Frank Micelotta/Getty Images

Musicology, 2004

Musicology, Prince's 28th studio album, was released to coincide with the artist's induction in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. This album gem features riffing horn work from Candy Dulfer, Greg Boyer and longtime James Brown sideman Maceo Parker. But aided by the lurching stomp of a backbeat from drummer John Blackwell, Prince whips it all up into a variant on prog-rock, loaded with epic guitar and more nimble  than anything the likes of the Mars Volta ever attempted.

Best of Rolling Stone

Around the Web

x
x

Add a Comment