Retro-Review: “Parade” by Prince & The Revolution

Prince Rogers Nelson’s eighth studio album, which recently celebrated its 30th anniversary, is a marvelous showcase of minimalist funk and psychedelic pop adorned with exquisite melodies and arrangements. The tracks all effortlessly meld into one another, making for a truly authentic album experience. Of course, it’s well known for the massive hit, “Kiss,” but the other tracks such as the breath-taking one-take “Sometimes It Snows In April” are equally impressive.

Best tracks: “Kiss,” “Sometimes It Snows In April,” “Anotherloverholenyohead,” “Mountains”

  • Overall Production
  • Lyrical Quality
  • Catchiness
  • Technical Complexity
  • Originality
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