Label: Warner Bros.
Art direction: Laura LiPuma
Photographer: Jeff Katz
Illustrator: N/A

Prince's musical accompaniment for his second feature film Under The Cherry Moon, Parade, actually preceded the release of the film itself by three months, and was the last album to feature contributions from The Revolution collective.

“Kiss” being the most memorable track to emerge from the album, the song was originally recorded as a bluesy acoustic demo by Prince, and then re-recorded by studio neighbours Mazarati. It was only after hearing the band's funkier reinterpretation of Prince's original version that he reclaimed it as his own, tweaking it slightly to produce the “Kiss” we all know, love, and have danced inappropriately to.

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