S5.E10: Prince, 1979-1989
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Tom and John, still residing in the Minneapolis area, take an expedition through the Prince album archives, from 1979’s “Prince” to 1989’s “Batman.” Follow along and score along, as they allot points to each album (out of a total of 100) to determine which of the 10 albums in this remarkable run gets the highest score in aggregate...and which gets the lowest.  Has there ever been a more impressive 10-album run?  Is there a more accomplished artist in the history of modern music than Prince Rogers Nelson? Tom's Spotify playlist: "The Lost Prince" Listen and Subscribe: ⁠Find the podcast platform of your choice here⁠. References and Related: ⁠⁠Playlist of songs featured on Out of the Main⁠⁠ ⁠John’s Spotify Yacht Rock Playlist⁠⁠ ⁠⁠Tom’s Spotify Yacht Rock Playlist⁠⁠⁠⁠ Intro/outro: Stock Music “We’re Here” composed by John H. Nixon (BMI) Find and Follow: The Mainland: ⁠OutoftheMain.com⁠ Facebook: ⁠https://www.facebook.com/yachtrockpodcast⁠ Twitter: ⁠https://twitter.com/outofthemain⁠ YouTube: ⁠https://www.youtube.com/@outofthemain⁠ Support the Podcast: ⁠https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/outofthemain⁠ --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/outofthemain/support
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