Prince - Batdance / Partyman FLAC album
Genre: Electronic / Soul and Funk music
Title: Batdance / Partyman
FLAC version ZIP size: 1675 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1377 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1979 mb
Other Formats: AA MIDI AC3 DXD MOD APE MPC
Batman is the eleventh studio album by American recording artist Prince and the soundtrack album to the 1989 film Batman. It was released on June 20, 1989 by Warner Bros. stablemate, Prince's involvement in the soundtrack was designed to leverage the media company's contract-bound talent as well as fulfill the artist's need for a commercial revival. The result was yet another multi-platinum successful cross-media enterprise by Warner Bros. in the vein of Purple Rain
Partyman" is a song by Prince from his 1989 Batman album, and the follow-up to his number one hit, "Batdance". The song is one of the few on the album that is prominently featured in the film, accompanying the scene in which the Joker and his minions gleefully deface the exhibits in the Gotham City Art Museum before meeting Vicki Vale.
Album · 1989 · 9 Songs. When director Tim Burton approached Prince to write an original song for this 1989 blockbuster, Prince responded like only he could: He cranked out an album’s worth of material instead.
Prince scored another No. 1 when he wrote Batdance after seeing a rough cut of Tim Burton's 1989 film 'Batman. A few years before Prince died, Steven Hyden of the . Club revisited the song and the album. ’Batdance’ is a novelty track that rode to the top of the charts on the strength of Batman’s popularity, and it essentially helped Prince’s album do the same," he wrote. ‘Batdance,’ in turn, was a commercial for Batman dressed up as a Prince comeback single. Nevertheless, ‘Batdance’ is better than it’s remembered as being
Prince - Partyman (Official Music Video). Prince - Dance With The Devil (Unreleased Batman Soundtrack) 1989. Prince - Batdance (The Bat Mix), Batdance (Vicki Vale Mix).
Partyman' is a pop/funk/dance song by Prince from the soundtrack album 'Batman', released in 1989. It was the second single released from the album, and it was a hit in both sides of the Atlantic. The song is one of the few on the album that is prominently featured in the film– during the famous scene in which the Joker and his minions gleefully desecrate the Gotham City Art Museum and threaten Vicki Vale. Prince & The Revolution. Take Me With U. Prince & The Revolution
|B||Partyman (LP Version)||3:11|
- Producer, Arranged By, Composed By, Performer – Prince
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 0 7599-21859-7 4
|9 21859-4||Prince||Batdance / Partyman (Cass, Single, RE)||Warner Bros. Records||9 21859-4||US||1989|