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Prince - The Rainbow Children album flac Performer: Prince
Title: The Rainbow Children
Style: Soul, Rhythm & Blues, Pop Rock
Released: 2001
Country: US
MP3 album: 1174 mb
FLAC album: 1452 mb
Rating: 4.6
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Genre: Rock / Funk and Soul / Pop

Prince's albums discography consists of thirty-nine studio albums (including four soundtrack albums), four live albums, nine compilation albums (including one soundtrack album), seventeen video albums and two posthumous albums. See Prince singles discography for his singles and extended plays, and Prince videography for his music videos and video albums

Album: The Rainbow Children. The album was distributed worldwide by the independent label Redline Entertainment. Album sessions took place in late 2000 and early 2001 at Paisley Park Studios. Horns were added to five of the tracks in February 2001.

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The Rainbow Children, the first cd by the newly rechristened Prince, wears a sticker that proclaims "The controversial new album by Prince " Well, he might have us. .

Album Name The Rainbow Children. Released date November 2001. Labels NPG Records Redline Entertainment. Members owning this album8. 2. Muse 2 the Pharaoh.

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The Rainbow Children Album. Everlasting Now. Everywhere.


Rainbow Children 10:03
Muse 2 The Pharaoh 4:21
Digital Garden 4:07
The Work Pt. 1 4:28
Everywhere 2:54
The Sensual Everafter 2:58
Mellow 4:24
1+1+1 Is 3 5:17
Deconstruction 1:59
Wedding Feast 0:54
She Loves Me 4 Me 2:49
Family Name 8:17
The Everlasting Now 8:18
Last December 7:57
(no audio) 0:20
(no audio) 0:08
Last December (Reprise) 0:38


Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
70004-2 Prince The Rainbow Children ‎(CD, Album, Dig) NPG Records 70004-2 US 2001
6 74797 00041 5 Prince The Rainbow Children ‎(2xLP, Album) NPG Records 6 74797 00041 5 US 2001
MVP61736 Prince = 王子* Prince = 王子* - The Rainbow Children ‎(CD, Album, Dig) NPG Records, Redline Entertainment MVP61736 Taiwan 2001
70004-2, 3081482 Prince The Rainbow Children ‎(CD, Album, Dig) NPG Records, NPG Records 70004-2, 3081482 France 2001
MVP61736 Prince The Rainbow Children ‎(CD, Album, Dig) NPG Records, Redline Entertainment MVP61736 Taiwan 2001
3081502, #70004-2 Prince The Rainbow Children ‎(CD, Album, Dig) NPG Records, Redline Entertainment 3081502, #70004-2 France 2001
CTX149CD Prince The Rainbow Children ‎(CD, Album, Dig) NPG Records, Shock CTX149CD Australia 2001
none Prince The Rainbow Children ‎(CD, Album, Promo) Shock none Australia 2001
none Prince The Rainbow Children ‎(CD, Album, Unofficial) Smoic none Russia 2001
70004-2 Prince The Rainbow Children ‎(CDr, Album, Unofficial) Not On Label (Prince) 70004-2 2001
NPGMC09 Prince The Rainbow Children ‎(CDr, Album, Unofficial, Car) NPG Records NPGMC09 2001
SMJJCD-3 Prince The Rainbow Children ‎(CD, Album, Dig) S.M. Entertainment SMJJCD-3 South Korea 2002
VICP-61736 Prince The Rainbow Children ‎(CD, Album, Dig) NPG Records, Victor VICP-61736 Japan 2002
none Prince The Rainbow Children ‎(2xLP, Album, Unofficial, W/Lbl) Not On Label (Prince) none Unknown

Comments: (23)
Reissues announced of three NPG releases on vinyl....could this be next?
Now I see the prices have gone up considerably to about 1200 $, There are some idiots and I do mean that sellers who are trying their luck to become millionaires but quite honestly, start investing on Wall Street instead of Discogs, U are killing discogs and I for one have found other places and even gone back to eBay as it's more likely to win an auction and get it cheaper there, so for now I will settle for my CD. And I bet you, nobody will pay that price. It's just taking up space being listed here. What Discogs could do to Sellers like this would be a price for any listing and if it doesn't sell the price will be covered until it meets the supply and demand criteria. If it doesn't sell.....the price is too high even for the demand. And if it doesn't sell for 500 $ it's not likely it will sell for 1200 $.
You can't blame the seller for trying to make money on a certain item, you can only blame the consumer. They buyer sets the price. This record last sold for 800 dollars. There are close to 1000 people who want this record. Some might pay it, most will not. If the sellers don't sell it after raising the prices, then they will lower it. If they don't lower the price, then that is on them. But the high price of the item can not be blamed on the seller, only on the people who have the money, and will pay it. The bottom line is, there were only a certain number of copies existing of this release, so the supply will never change. Now, if someone decided to do a reissue of this release, with a better quality wax, nice sleeve, etc., that would be the smartest thing to do. They would make bank. But, insisting that Discogs should set a price is simply nutty. Discog's wants records to sell for as high as possible as well, they make a percentage for every sale as well. That percentage they make is what we pay to use this platform that they take care of. Discogs regulating the prices would be horrendous. The laissez-faire position this site uses is why it is successful. Leave it alone.
Has anyone got any idea if this album is likely to get a vinyl re-release?
don´t think so,sony deal is about stream and download.and who would buy this one on vinyl,apart from some diehards?
in waiting
If this is repressed on vinyl that will be a very good thing. The original pressings are not that great and the music is pressed far and beyond into the what would normally be the dead wax of the LP on all sides. Non-fill all over the place on multiple copies I have seen. I bought this when it came out and I wouldn't dream of spending 1000 in any currency on this pressing. You are more likely than not to get a poorly pressed one with distortion and warps. They were not pressed very well at all.
kestrelbill Has anyone got any idea if this album is likely to get a vinyl re-release? Sony recently just made a deal with princes estate to reissue his work from the mid nineties onwards, I read that this will include rainbow children so fingers crossed this comes through because I’ve come dangerously close to paying out big for an original
Look out for fake copies. Anything sealed without the yellow sticker probably is.
I bought my LP copy for $6.00 used around 2006. Happy I did!
Although I own this, I would say to anyone to be very careful about buying it especially at the eye watering prices. All of Prince's releases pressed by Redline were pressed with varying degrees of quality control, in my experience. When this was released it was announced that only 500 were manufactured (I see 1000 in another comment but the blurb at the time was 500). I have seen 3 copies of this in my life (including my own copy) and every single one was pressed poorly with non-fill all over the place (especially on side 4). My (originally sealed) copy sounds perfect but if you were inspecting it as a collector you wouldn't consider it as a viable record and not for £100+ let alone £500 or £1000. They were pressed on flimsy vinyl too. All I am saying is, if a copy you are buying is open, ask the seller to be very specific about the condition of the discs-knowing the quality of the pressing as I do, I would not pay such a premium price despite the album being (in my opinion) excellent musically. I am sure a repress is in the offing once Prince's estate is sorted out properly. When it is I would love for Emancipation to be released on 3 LPS (my cassettes are now ragged) as well as Chaos & Disorder (another mid 90s bit of dynamite) and Crystal Ball as a 4 LP spectacular. Fingers crossed. Happy hunting one and all. I know having originals is the ideal but really this was not a "great" pressing so just be careful with your hard earned money.
No it would be 3 or 4 (at most) LPs, not 6 because each vinyl record has 2 sides. If you split each CD in half, that goes on each side (depending on length)
I don't think "Emancipation" or "Chaos" are strong enough albums to warrant a vinyl release.
Yes, 6 discs for Emancipation would be better than trying to squash 60 minutes of music on each vinyl disc but it would probably be seen as prohibitively expensive. I would pay the price to have it though. It would certainly make for a stunning box set.
Emancipation is 3CD so It will be 6LP, same for Crystal Ball. I am happy with my CD since 20 years, don’t need them on vinyl but it will be an amazing collectible.
Good thing i purchased this when it first came out, because the prices for one of these today are ridiculous..
After he had made a clean break with its recording contract with Warner bombarded Prince through his website the world with new releases. It concerned mostly material he could not by contractual involvement earlier. The general public was struggling to handle the amount of music and Prince disappeared slowly in the Lee. The real fans know his music still. The Rainbow Children is an old-fashioned Prince plate with lots of jazzy funk and as usual inimitable message, proclaimed by an irritating, artificially reduced Prince voice. Who is not distracted by this tomfoolery hear a plate on which the catchy songs are missing, but the music still is worth it. As a bonus are two live songs added.
Not sure if this is true but Sleeveography states only 1000 of these were made. I tried to contact Redline to verify but it appears they are out of business. I bought one when it came out and am glad I did, would never sell it. As for the prices, supply and demand. It is what it is. People selling these can ask what they want and somebody just might pay. Personally I don't think this will be re-issued, not by Warners anyway. They don't have the master. We shall see,,,
Just waiting for a Re-issue and hopefully on 180 Gr. Vinyl. Maybe that will sink these ridiculous prices.
Pff.. I bought this one for €80 3 years ago - and now this riddiculous pricing? What happend to the love for music, you can't put a pricetag on that... This is INAPPROPRIATE
Resellers should REALLY stop with the ridiculous pricing of this one! Before Prince death this was listed for usually around 200-300 max then the day of Prince death some slimy seller list a copy for 1,999usd... disgusting! And now sellers are listing it for 999usd & more?! Get a grip guys! Pretty tacky tactics
there is only one solution. dont buy it for that price. give it a year. maybe 2. and everything will get back to normal prices.
I'm gonna have to agree with Jermainejagger. This is so disgusting, and I really believe Prince wouldn't approve of this jacking of his music. I mean, really ? *sigh*.
Tyler Is Not Here
If you dislike Prince's missionary tendencies, this is not the one for you.I have no problem with it - "preach on, brother", says I. Artists should talk about what they're going through, and if what you happen to be going through is a multi-religious blitz mixed in with some anti racist thoughts and a scenario of some digital utopia, who am I to judge.However, if you like Prince's guitar work, boy oh boy are you in for the treat of the month. This is some Zappa level shit. In a way, on the guitar front specifically, this is probably the best Prince album I've heard.It's diverse, more jazzy than usual, very rock, with quite a few classic Prince funks thrown in for (very) good measure, and some soft and groovy R&B seduction songs as well, of course.All in all - I can't imagine any Prince fan who wouldn't love it. I think that in this one he actually lives up to all of his potential.