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Chaos and Disorder

Prince

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Like Come before it, Chaos and Disorder is a contractual obligation album for Prince, a way to get himself out of his contract with Warner Brothers. Unlike Come, Chaos and Disorder doesn't sound disjointed and pasted together -- it's a fun, offhanded throwaway. For the first time since 1987's Sign 'O' the Times, Prince has made a pop/rock album, complete with squealing guitars and sighing melodies. None of the songs qualify as major songs in Prince's canon, but that's part of the record's charm -- Prince sounds like he's having a good time, and he could really care less what anyone else has to say. Or, as he puts it in one of the album's best and most careening tracks, "I Rock, Therefore I Am." Chaos and Disorder sounds immediate, like the songs were recorded the same day they were written. While that might mean there's a handful of throwaways scattered throughout the album, there are wonderful moments like the stuttering jazz-funk of "Dig U Better Dead," the scathing "Had U," the psychedelic clashes of the title track, the heavy rock of "I Like It There," and the beautiful "Dinner With Delores," a rough gem that ranks as one of Prince's simplest and most charming singles of the '90s. So, Chaos and Disorder isn't Prince's best or most important work, but it is a really fun listen, especially if you're willing to accept it as what it is -- a record that does nothing more than rock. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine

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Chaos and Disorder 00:04:19

Tommy Barbarella, Keyboards - Rosie Gaines, Background Vocal - Prince, Composer, Lyricist, Producer, Arranger, Other, MainArtist, AssociatedPerformer, Vocal - Michael B, Drums - Sonny T., Bass Guitar - Mr. Hayes, Keyboards

(P) 1996 NPG Records, Inc. Manufactured and Distributed by Legacy Recordings

2
I Like It There 00:03:15

Prince, Composer, Lyricist, Producer, Arranger, Other, MainArtist, AssociatedPerformer, Vocal - Michael B, Drums - Sonny T., Bass Guitar

(P) 1996 NPG Records, Inc. Manufactured and Distributed by Legacy Recordings

3
Dinner with Delores 00:02:46

Prince, Composer, Lyricist, Producer, Arranger, Other, MainArtist, AssociatedPerformer, Vocal - Michael B, Drums - Sonny T., Bass Guitar

(P) 1996 NPG Records, Inc. Manufactured and Distributed by Legacy Recordings

4
The Same December 00:03:24

Tommy Barbarella, Keyboards - Prince, Composer, Lyricist, Producer, Arranger, Other, MainArtist, AssociatedPerformer, Vocal - Michael B, Drums - Sonny T., Bass Guitar - Mr. Hayes, Keyboards

(P) 1996 NPG Records, Inc. Manufactured and Distributed by Legacy Recordings

5
Right the Wrong 00:04:39

Tommy Barbarella, Keyboards - Prince, Composer, Lyricist, Producer, Arranger, Other, MainArtist, AssociatedPerformer, Vocal - Michael B, Drums - Sonny T., Bass Guitar - Dave Jensen, Horn - Michael B. Nelson, Horn - Brian Gallagher, Horn - Steve Strand, Horn - Kathy Jensen, Horn - Mr. Hayes, Keyboards

(P) 1996 NPG Records, Inc. Manufactured and Distributed by Legacy Recordings

6
Zannalee 00:02:43

Tommy Barbarella, Keyboards - Prince, Composer, Lyricist, Producer, Arranger, Other, MainArtist, AssociatedPerformer, Vocal - Michael B, Drums - Sonny T., Bass Guitar - Mr. Hayes, Keyboards

(P) 1996 NPG Records, Inc. Manufactured and Distributed by Legacy Recordings

7
I Rock, Therefore I Am 00:06:15

Rosie Gaines, Background Vocal - Prince, Composer, Lyricist, Producer, Arranger, Other, MainArtist, AssociatedPerformer, Vocal - Dave Jensen, Horn - Michael B. Nelson, Horn - Brian Gallagher, Horn - Steve Strand, Horn - Kathy Jensen, Horn - Steppa Ranks, Rap - Scrap D., Rap

(P) 1996 NPG Records, Inc. Manufactured and Distributed by Legacy Recordings

8
Into the Light 00:02:46

Tommy Barbarella, Keyboards - Rosie Gaines, Background Vocal - Prince, Composer, Lyricist, Producer, Arranger, Other, MainArtist, AssociatedPerformer, Vocal - Michael B, Drums - Sonny T., Bass Guitar - Dave Jensen, Horn - Michael B. Nelson, Horn - Brian Gallagher, Horn - Steve Strand, Horn - Kathy Jensen, Horn - Mr. Hayes, Keyboards

(P) 1996 NPG Records, Inc. Manufactured and Distributed by Legacy Recordings

9
I Will 00:03:37

Tommy Barbarella, Keyboards - Rosie Gaines, Background Vocal - Prince, Composer, Lyricist, Producer, Arranger, Other, MainArtist, AssociatedPerformer, Vocal - Michael B, Drums - Sonny T., Bass Guitar - Dave Jensen, Horn - Michael B. Nelson, Horn - Brian Gallagher, Horn - Steve Strand, Horn - Kathy Jensen, Horn - Mr. Hayes, Keyboards

(P) 1996 NPG Records, Inc. Manufactured and Distributed by Legacy Recordings

10
Dig U Better Dead 00:03:59

Rosie Gaines, Background Vocal - Prince, Composer, Lyricist, Producer, Arranger, Other, MainArtist, AssociatedPerformer, Vocal

(P) 1996 NPG Records, Inc. Manufactured and Distributed by Legacy Recordings

11
Had U 00:01:26

Prince, Composer, Lyricist, Producer, Arranger, Other, MainArtist, AssociatedPerformer, Vocal

(P) 1996 NPG Records, Inc. Manufactured and Distributed by Legacy Recordings

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Like Come before it, Chaos and Disorder is a contractual obligation album for Prince, a way to get himself out of his contract with Warner Brothers. Unlike Come, Chaos and Disorder doesn't sound disjointed and pasted together -- it's a fun, offhanded throwaway. For the first time since 1987's Sign 'O' the Times, Prince has made a pop/rock album, complete with squealing guitars and sighing melodies. None of the songs qualify as major songs in Prince's canon, but that's part of the record's charm -- Prince sounds like he's having a good time, and he could really care less what anyone else has to say. Or, as he puts it in one of the album's best and most careening tracks, "I Rock, Therefore I Am." Chaos and Disorder sounds immediate, like the songs were recorded the same day they were written. While that might mean there's a handful of throwaways scattered throughout the album, there are wonderful moments like the stuttering jazz-funk of "Dig U Better Dead," the scathing "Had U," the psychedelic clashes of the title track, the heavy rock of "I Like It There," and the beautiful "Dinner With Delores," a rough gem that ranks as one of Prince's simplest and most charming singles of the '90s. So, Chaos and Disorder isn't Prince's best or most important work, but it is a really fun listen, especially if you're willing to accept it as what it is -- a record that does nothing more than rock. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine

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