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Biscuits  - Place Of Cool Rain mp3 download Performer: Biscuits
Album: Place Of Cool Rain
Released: 1992
Style: Jazz-Rock
Size MP3: 1187 mb.
Size FLAC: 1628 mb.
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Prince supported the album with the Purple Rain Tour, his most extensive to date, and the first billed as Prince and the Revolution. Every song on the album was played regularly on the tour, which comprised of 100 shows throughout the United States, also including two shows in Canada. On 4 August 1984, after 3 weeks in the chart, Purple Rain reached number 1 on the US Billboard Top Lps And Tape chart, where it remained for 12 weeks (the album remained almost a year in the US charts). It also reached number 1 on the US Billboard Black LPs chart, remaining at top position for 19 weeks. The "Prince Purple Rain" logotype that was originally commissionned by Warner Bros for the movie was later adapted by graphic designer Jay Vigon for the album cover.

Prince designed Purple Rain as the project that would make him a superstar, and, surprisingly, that is exactly what happened. Simultaneously more focused and ambitious than any of his previous records, Purple Rain finds Prince consolidating his funk and R&B roots while moving boldly into pop, rock, and heavy metal with nine superbly crafted songs

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A1 World Is Wide 4:50
A2 Rather Funny 3:45
A3 Come Our Way 6:40
A4 Place Of Cool Rain 4:40
A5 Sad & Beautiful World 4:19
B1 Silly Girl 4:05
B2 I Lose My Conscience 3:20
B3 See Me See You 4:55
B4 Plastic Green 8:30


  • Bass, Vocals – Uli Dorenkamp
  • Drums – Michi Groß
  • Guitar, Vocals – Michi Hendricks
  • Violin – Anja Bierwirth