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  • Kiss was the first single to be released from Prince's eighth album Parade, the third and final album credited to Prince and the Revolution, and was released seven weeks before the album's kindkihulisxotergnassnensfandiameallea.coinfo title track includes an additional ending not included on the album version (which cuts directly into Anotherloverholenyohead).The b-side, ♥ Or $, is unique to this release.
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  • Jun 01,  · “Kiss” was part of the stylistically diverse, art-rock album Parade, which also served as the soundtrack to Prince’s second film Under a Cherry Moon. And, while the album as a whole sprawls in a multitude of directions, “Kiss” is firmly rooted in the funk milieu that Prince used as a foundation to launch himself out of the anonymity.
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  • "Kiss" is a song composed, written, and produced by American musician Prince. Released by the Paisley Park label as the lead single from Prince and The Revolution's eighth studio album Parade () on February 5, , it was a No. 1 hit worldwide, holding the top spot of the U.S. Billboard Hot chart for two weeks. The single was certified Gold in for sales of 1 million copies by the.
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  • Prince formed The Revolution in Minneapolis, Minnesota in as his backing band for his first concert tour. The original lineup consisted of Gayle Chapman on keyboards, André Cymone on bass, Dez Dickerson on guitar, Doctor Fink on keyboards and Bobby Z. on drums & percussion. The band went nameless for almost three years while supporting Prince live and appearing in his music videos.