Talk:The Rainbow Children
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"Prince hasn't issued a comment/applogy about these slightly offensive lyrics, but it was not his intent to cause unintentional hurt to anyone". Two things:
- if he hasn't issued a statement, how do you know?
- "no intention to cause unintentional hurt". Unintentional hurt is always unintentional. That's why it's called that. The question is, did he intend to cause any other form of hurt? Grutness|hello? 06:33, 28 Apr 2005 (UTC)
Drums and horns?
Prince used horns on virtually every lp from "Parade" onward. As for the live drums, I think TRC may be the only lp to be 100% free from electronic drums.
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