Prince & The New Power Generation: Diamonds And Pearls (Paisley Park/Warner Brothers)
Gavin Martin, NME, 5 October 1991
THERE WAS a time when Prince seemed to be the vital force acting on pop music's zeitgeist. A wily provocateur, the greatest singles artist of the last decade, he melded forms, recruited bands and changed identity as often as he changed his clothes or his girlfriends. Which was a lot.
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