One of Prince's all-time best selling music releases. This collection features the title track which spurred many to party like it's 1999 back when the album debuted in 1982 (Warner Brothers), and carried momentum into the dawning of 2000. Styles featured include the ever-present 1980's pop rock motif along with then emerging techno influences and displays strong roots in the R & B and old-school funk genres.

Tracks Include:
  1. 1999
  2. Little Red Corvette
  3. Delirious
  4. Let's Pretend We're Married
  5. D.S.M.R.
  6. Automatic
  7. Something In The Water
    (Does Not Compute)
  8. Free
  9. Lady Cab Driver
  10. All The Critics
    Love U In New York
  11. International Lover

The name of an enormously popular trance techno anthem by Binary Finary - one of those totally euphoric tunes that, depending on the kind of person you are,

1999 has been remixed and released by many DJs, including Paul Oakenfold and Paul Van Dyk, and at least 15 or 20 different versions can be found on Audiogalaxy. However, the best versions are:

  1. The original - short, simple, starts slow and builds up to a big shattering mad pumping wonderful sweaty climax like mother said you should never enjoy.
  2. The DuMonde remix - not quite so anthemic, but lasts 8 or 9 minutes and climaxes 3 times, like father was never able to.

This writeup should in no way be construed as an endorsement of the use of such drugs as, for example, ecstasy. Just like Britney Spears' Slave 4 U, it's all about the music, man.

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