Exodus is the second studio album by the New Power Generation. Although the track listing boasts 21 tracks, many of them are narrative segues, leaving only nine actual songs. Of those, one is an instrumental. The album spawned three singles, however only one was released in the United States. The album's title was seen as mysterious by most people, due to Prince's quirks and unusual behavior in various interviews given during promotion of the album.
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Prince, The New Power Generation Sometimes It Snows In April.
Strictly Rhythms, Vol. 4 (Mixed by Charles Webster). About New Power Generation. Known as the backing band for Prince during the 1990s, the New Power Generation's pop-approved mix of Funk, Soul, and R&B emits danceable Urban vibes. Exceptionally funky grooves set radio waves swaying and commercial heads nodding.
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Come On (The New Power Generation song). Come On" is a song and the only single released from The New Power Generation's 1998 album Newpower Soul. Although attributed to The New Power Generation, the song prominently features Prince, as do all songs from the album. An official video was made for the song, in which Prince humorously disguises himself as an older man, playing jokes with his band members at a park.
|A1||It's Obsession (Obsessive Mix)||4:44|
|A2||It's Obsession (In The $ Mix)||4:58|
|B1||It's Obsession (Thick As Fudge Mix)||6:00|
|B2||It's Obsession (Radio Mix)||3:48|
|SR 1211||The New Power Generation||It's Obsession (12", TP)||Strictly Rhythm||SR 1211||US||1990|