30 Years Ago Today – Prince Goes The Symbol Route With ‘Love Symbol’ Album

30 years ago today (10/13/92), Prince went the symbol route when the Purple One released an album with a symbol on the cover that later becomes his name – and often referred to as “the artist formerly known as Prince.” The album, his second with his band New Power Generations, has a title that is an unpronounceable symbol that served as the cover art, which Prince copyrighted under the title “Love Symbol #2”, and adopted as his stage name from 1993 to 2000 to protest his treatment by Warner Bros. Records. Check out this ’92 75 minute effort in full…

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