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The Artist (Formerly Known As Prince) - All Access Album

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Album: All Access
Country: Europe
Released: 1999
Label: Thunderball
Genre: Rock / Funk / Pop
Catalog #: TB 082/83/84/85
Size FLAC: 2290 mb.
Size MP3: 2237 mb.
Rating: 4.4/5
Votes: 983
Record Source: 4 × CD, Unofficial Release


1The One
2Delirious / Rock And Roll Is Alive! (And It Lives In Minneapolis) Outro
3Love...Thy Will Be Done
4Purple Rain
5Santana Medley
6Talkin' Loud & Sayin' Nothing
7Freddie Freeloader
8Raspberry Beret
9Little Red Corvette
10Computer Blue / Are U Gonna Go My Way
11Rosie's Thang / Six Minutes
12Telephone Conversation
13The Question Of U
14Thank U 4 Talkin' 2 Me Africa
15Jazzy Jam
16Release Yourself
17Darling Nikki
18Anna Stesia
20Villanova Junction
21If Eye Was Your Girlfriend
22No Woman No Cry Jam
23Let's Work
241999 (Deep House Instrumental)
25Poom Poom
26Girls & Boys
27The Beautiful Ones
284 The Tears In Your Eyes
29The Christ
31Alphabet St. / Release Yourself
33When U Were Mine
34Hypno Paradise
35Gett Off
36Redemption Song
37Eye Could Never Take The Place Of Your Man
39Let's Go Crazy
40Jam Of The Year
41Erotic City
42Rapper's Delight
43Push It Up
44U Got The Look
46Georgia On My Mind
47Courtin' Time
48Teddy Bear
49Come On
50Jungle Love
51Love & Happiness
52Alphabet St.
53Darling Nikki Teaser
54Madrid Blues
56Diamonds & Pearls
57Oye Como Va
58Take Me With U
59Skin Tight
60Forever In My Life
62Eye Would Die 4 U / Jin-Go-Lo-Ba / Get Yo Groove On
63She's Always In My Hair
64Nothing Compares 2 U
65Joy & Pain / The Undertaker / Jazzy Jam
66One Of Us
67Eye Want 2 Take U Higher
68Everyday People
69Pop Life / Kiss Intro
70Jerome's Intro
71The Go-Go's - 2001: Also Sprach Zarathustra
72I'll Take U There


Disc One: Tracks 1-9: Lux - Lisbon - December 15th 1998. Aftershow
Tracks 10-11: Palacio De La Comunidad - Madrid - December 20th 1998. Soundcheck
Tracks 12-14: Kolnarena - Cologne - December 27th 1998. Soundcheck
Track 15: Jaarbeurs - Utrecht - December 23rd 1998. Soundcheck
Track 16: Festhalle - Frankfurt - December 22nd 1998. Soundcheck
Track 17: Kolnarena - Cologne - December 27th 1998. Soundcheck
Track 18: Sala Multiusos - Zaragoza - December 17th 1998. Soundcheck

Disc Two: Tracks 1-20: Palacio De La Comunidad - Madrid - December 20th 1998. Concert

Disc Three: Tracks 1-13: Palacio De La Comunidad - Madrid - December 20th 1998. Concert
Track 14: Jaarbeurs - Utrecht - December 23rd 1998. Concert
Tracks 15-17: Kolnarena - Cologne - December 27th 1998. Concert
Tracks 18-19: Schleyerhalle - Stuttgart - December 26th 1998. Concert
Track 20: Palau Sant Jordi - Barcelona - December 18th 1998. Concert
Track 21: Pavilhao Multiusos - Lisbon - December 15th 1998. Concert
Track 22: Festhalle - Frankfurt - December 22nd 1998. Concert

Disc Four: Tracks 1-6: Slim's - San Francisco - October 17th 1998. Aftershow
Tracks 7-8: MGM Grand Studio 54 - Las Vegas - January 1st 1999. Release Party
Tracks 9-13: MGM Grand Studio 54 - Las Vegas - January 2nd 1999. Release Party
Track 14: Café De Paris - London - August 27th 1998. Special Show
Tracks 15-16: Paisley Park Studios - Minneapolis - March 20th 1998. Paisley Park Party

An audience recording. Playing time 5 hours 7 minutes.


  • Barcode (Text): 5 419990 820850
  • Rights Society: ACUM
  • Matrix / Runout (Individual catalog number, disc 1): TB 082
  • Matrix / Runout (Individual catalog number, disc 2): TB 083
  • Matrix / Runout (Individual catalog number, disc 3): TB 084
  • Matrix / Runout (Individual catalog number, disc 4): TB 085
  • Matrix / Runout (Glass master, disc 1): TB 082
  • Matrix / Runout (Glass master, disc 2): TB 083
  • Matrix / Runout (Glass master, disc 3): TB 084
  • Matrix / Runout (Glass master, disc 4): TB 085


  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Thunderball
  • Recorded At – Lux Frágil
  • Recorded At – Palacio de Deportes de la Comunidad de Madrid
  • Recorded At – Köln Arena
  • Recorded At – Jaarbeurs Utrecht
  • Recorded At – Festhalle Frankfurt
  • Recorded At – Auditorio De Zaragoza (Sala Multiusos)
  • Recorded At – Hanns-Martin-Schleyer-Halle
  • Recorded At – Palau Sant Jordi
  • Recorded At – Pavilhão Atlântico
  • Recorded At – Slim's
  • Recorded At – Studio 54, Las Vegas
  • Recorded At – Café de Paris
  • Recorded At – Paisley Park Studios


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