Madhouse (band) Collection - 8, 16, 24, 24



Prince had considered the idea of an instrumental jazz-funk album ever since he recorded his first tracks with Eric Leeds for his 1985 side-project, The Family[citation needed]. In late 1985-early 1986, he recorded hours of instrumental music with Leeds and other musicians from his band, Sheila E. and musicians from her own band, as well as members from Wendy & Lisa's families. From these sessions, Prince compiled an album called The Flesh, supposed to be released by an eponymous pseudo-band, but the project was abandoned and its concept lightly modified to become Madhouse.


1987 - 8

01. One {7:18}
02. Two {5:29}
03. Three {3:16}
04. Four {2:24}
05. Five {1:18}
06. Six {4:28}
07. Seven {4:10}
08. Eight {10:06}

1987 - 16

01. Nine {2:06}
02. Ten {5:04}
03. Eleven {6:14}
04. Twelve {5:15}
05. Thirteen {4:46}
06. Fourteen {5:12}
07. Fifteen {3:49}
08. Sixteen {4:17}

1988 - 24

01. 17 (penetration) {4:51}
02. 18 (r u legal yet) {4:07}
03. 19 {4:48}
04. 20 (jailbait) {4:18}
05. 21 (the dopamine rush suite) {4:30}
06. 22 {4:31}
07. 23 {4:28}
08. 24 {4:39}
09. 24 (outro) {0:27}

1994 - 24

01. Rootie Kazootie {7:03}
02. Space {4:47}
03. Guitar Segue {1:06}
04. Asswoop {7:08}
05. Ethereal Segue {0:32}
06. Parlor Games {4:02}
07. Michael Segue {0:42}
08. (Got 2) Give It Up {7:18}
09. Sonny & Miles Segue {1:38}
10. 24 {6:47}
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