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Manic Monday is the first track on The Bangles ' second album Different Light , and two weeks before the album's release, Manic Monday was released as the album's first single. In , it was included as the third track on The Bangles ' compilation album Greatest Hits. In , it was included as the sixth track on The Bangles ' compilation album Super Hits. In , it was included as the first track on The Bangles ' compilation album The Essential Bangles. Basic tracking for Prince 's original version took place on 4 February at Sunset Sound in Hollywood, California the day before recording Ooo She She Wa Wa , a day after basic tracking for A Million Miles I Love You and In A Spanish Villa ; the song was intended for Apollonia 6 as a duet between Prince and Apollonia , and was included as the third track on the 29 February and Spring configurations of the Apollonia 6 album, but was withdrawn from the album prior to release. It was offered to The Bangles after Prince apparently take a liking to the band, having enjoyed their video for "Hero Takes A Fall" from When they got offered the song they were at Sunset Sound sister studio The Sound Factory recording for the second album. The Bangles ' version of Manic Monday was mostly re-recorded information on recording dates are needed at The Sound Factory, but it features some of Prince 's original backing tracks Brenda Bennett 's background vocals can still be heard on the released version. In , Prince 's own version was released as the third track on the posthumous album Originals. A video with footage of Prince and The Revolution rehearsing at the Flying Cloud Drive Warehouse in was also made to promote the release of the album.
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He turned his personal treatises on sexual persona, spiritual angst and social unrest into a universal art that spoke to millions, no matter their race, class, or gender. Few pop artists over the past four decades were as universally beloved as Prince. These are some of the best Prince songs that became hits for others. Hot Dance Club Play. Four years before Janet Jackson converted "nasty" from a pejorative into a positive, Vanity 6 got the wheels greased with "Nasty Girl. He also wrote and produced the track, whose sleazy pleasures were tailor-made for the dance floor as well as the stripper pole. His next choice was Vanity. I liked that. Technically, the raspy Wild Heart dance track "Stand Back," was written by Nicks herself — but Nicks has said it "belongs" to Prince. She likes to tell its origin story: It was the day of her wedding, she and her new husband Kim Anderson were driving North to Santa Barbara for their honeymoon when she heard "Little Red Corvette" for the first time.

It was written by American musician Prince using the pseudonym "Christopher" and was originally intended for the group Apollonia 6 in Lyrically, it describes a woman who is waking up to go to work on Monday, wishing it was still Sunday so she could continue relaxing. Prince wrote "Manic Monday" in , and recorded it as a duet for the band Apollonia 6 's self-titled album ; however, he eventually pulled the song. He liked the song 'Hero Takes a Fall', which is a great compliment, because we liked his music. He contacted us, and said, 'I've got a couple of songs for you. I'd like to know if you're interested,' and of course we were. One of the songs Prince brought to the group was 'Manic Monday', written under the pseudonym of Christopher. He had a demo, that was very specifically him. It was a good song, but we didn't record it like 'This is our first hit single! Oh my God!

Manic Monday is the first track on The Bangles ' second album Different Light , and two weeks before the album's release, Manic Monday was released as the album's first single. In , it was included as the third track on The Bangles ' compilation album Greatest Hits.

In , it was included as the sixth track on The Bangles ' compilation album Super Hits. In , it was included as the first track on The Bangles ' compilation album The Essential Bangles. Basic tracking for Prince 's original version took place on 4 February at Sunset Sound in Hollywood, California the day before recording Ooo She She Wa Wa , a day after basic tracking for A Million Miles I Love You and In A Spanish Villa ; the song was intended for Apollonia 6 as a duet between Prince and Apollonia , and was included as the third track on the 29 February and Spring configurations of the Apollonia 6 album, but was withdrawn from the album prior to release.

It was offered to The Bangles after Prince apparently take a liking to the band, having enjoyed their video for "Hero Takes A Fall" from When they got offered the song they were at Sunset Sound sister studio The Sound Factory recording for the second album. The Bangles ' version of Manic Monday was mostly re-recorded information on recording dates are needed at The Sound Factory, but it features some of Prince 's original backing tracks Brenda Bennett 's background vocals can still be heard on the released version.

In , Prince 's own version was released as the third track on the posthumous album Originals. A video with footage of Prince and The Revolution rehearsing at the Flying Cloud Drive Warehouse in was also made to promote the release of the album. Prince version on Originals. Manic Monday single. Jump to: navigation , search. Personal tools Log in. Non-Prince Songs. All Prince Songs. Unreleased Songs. Manic Monday.

The Bangles ; Prince. Different Light Originals. Prince as Christopher. David Kahne. Additional recording and overdubs by The Bangles. Bangles version Susanna Hoffs - vocals, guitar Debbi Peterson - drums, vocals Vicki Peterson - lead guitar, vocals Michael Steele - bass guitar, vocals Prince - all other instruments uncredited Brenda Bennett - background vocals uncredited Jill Jones - background vocals uncredited Apollonia 6 version Apollonia - vocals Prince - vocals and all instruments Brenda Bennett - background vocals Jill Jones - background vocals Prince version on Originals Prince - vocals and all instruments Jill Jones - background vocals Brenda Bennett - background vocals Peggy McCreary - engineer.

Different Light Manic Monday single. Prince vocal version. Greatest Hits DVD. See Manic Monday for details. Additional Information See also Trivia. Manic Monday shares the same structure and melody as All Songs.



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