The Prince reissue program continues with three more 1990s titles on September 13th.
- The Versace Experience (Prelude 2 Gold) features remixed versions of "P. Control," "Gold" and "Eye Hate U" as well as rare unreleased music by The New Power Generation, The NPG Orchestra and Prince's jazz-fusion project Madhouse. Many tracks were remixed or edited specifically for this collection.
- Chaos and Disorder was the result of Prince's desire to work quickly and not sound over-rehearsed. One of its standout cuts, "Dinner With Delores," was a Top 40 hit in Britain, but never came out in a single here in the U.S.
- Emancipation made history with its famous launch concert at Paisley Park on November 12th, 1996 that aired simultaneously on MTV, VH1 and BET. A triple album -- with each 12-song disc showcasing exactly one hour of music -- reflects the incredible variety of his influences and moods. Romance and family are key themes on tracks such as "Somebody's Somebody," "The Holy River," and "The Love We Make." "My Computer" is his reflection on technology and "In This Bed Eye Scream" probes intimacy. There are also covers of Bonnie Raitt's "I Can't Make You Love Me," the Philly soul classics "Betcha by Golly Wow" and "La, La, La Means I Love U," and Joan Osborne's "One Of Us".