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Prince has released his three albums, launched his site and performed three nights on Jay Leno and 3 concerts in one day in Los Angeles with these as the songs:

NOKIA Theater
old skool company
crimson and clover
1999
I Feel 4 U
controversy
shhh
if i was your girlfriend
kiss
play that funky music
Hollywood Swinging
Harmonica solo
Prince speech about loving one another
Come Together
Purple Rain
Lets Go Crazy
The Bird
Jungle Love
The Glamourous Life with Sheila E!!!!!

CLUB NOKIA
Under The Cherry Moon (no vocals)
Dreaming Of U i(no vocals)
Lay U're Hands On Me
Journey To The Center Of Your Heart
The Sun, The Moon And Stars
Sometimes It Snows In April (no vocals)
When The Lights Go Down
I Love U But I Don’t Trust U Anymore
She Spoke To Me
A Large Room With No Light
Sweet Thing (Chaka Khan)
Insatiable
Scandalous
The Beautiful Ones
Nothing Compares 2 U

CONGA Room
I'm Yours
Colonized Mind
Chaos & Disorder
A Little Help From Your Friends (Joe Cocker)
Prince Talks about D & P tour
I Like it There
All shook Up
Empty Room
Peach
Spanish Magic
When U Were mine
Guitar

Encore Dreamer

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If many of those songs are unfamiliar it is because they are his non mainstream, but most amazing tracks. I would personally kill someone to hear A Large Room With No Light or When The Lights Go Down live. I am hoping there is a major tour soon and it hits Toronto and Montreal...I will attend both nights in both cities without hesitation.

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