Scrapped Prince Album To Be Released By Jack White’s Record Label

An unreleased Prince album will soon be available, thanks to Jack White’s Third Man Records.

The 1986 album, Camille, was described as featuring “pitched-up vocals by Prince, to channel his feminine persona.” It will include the album’s original eight songs. Individually, the tracks have been released, but never as the album it was meant to be.

One of the songs, “Good Love” appeared on the soundtrack to Bright Lights, Big City and “Rockhard in a Funky Place” ended up on 1994’s The Black Album.

While Third Man hasn’t yet shared the official release date for Camille, they did confirm that “Housequake,” “Strange Relationship,” and “If I Was Your Girlfriend” were included on Prince’s next record, the 1987 double-LP, Sign O’ The Times.

TL;DR:

  • An unreleased Prince album will soon be available, thanks to Jack White’s Third Man Records.
  • The 1986 album, Camille is said to channel Prince’s feminine persona.
  • No release date yet.
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