Prince’s estate has announced the latest group of titles to be reissued from the late singer’s vault.
Both Chaos and Disorder and Emancipation were released in 1996, the latter being a celebration of the artist’s release from his contract with Warner Bros. Records.
Chaos and Disorder famously received little promotion from Prince, as he was still locked in a battle with Warner Bros., but still managed to become a Top 40 album.
The Versace Experience (Prelude 2 Gold), previously released as a limited edition promo-only cassette at the July 1995 Versace runway show in Paris, has been slightly remixed and edited to make it more of an experience.
All three Prince albums will be released September 13.