The Hits Collection (video)

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The Hits Collection
Video by Prince
Released September 14, 1993
Recorded 1979–1992
Genre Pop, R&B, rock, funk
Length 180:00
Label Warner Home Video
Director Various
Producer Prince
Prince chronology
Diamonds and Pearls Video Collection
(1992)
The Hits Collection
(1993)
3 Chains o' Gold
(1994)

The Hits Collection is a collection of music videos released in 1993 to accompany the Prince's greatest hits collection, The Hits/The B-Sides. Being a single VHS cassette/DVD, the collection is only an hour long and excludes many tracks from the audio release. Many of his biggest hits like "When Doves Cry", "Batdance" and "U Got the Look" were left off the collection, while the karaoke-style video for "Sign o' the Times" was included. The collection included some of Prince's earliest videos, which are rarely seen on television.[1]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Peach" (directed by Parris Patton)
  2. "Uptown" (director unknown)
  3. "1999" (directed by Bruce Gowers)
  4. "Alphabet St." (directed by Patrick Epstein)
  5. "Sign o' the Times" (directed by Bill Konersman)
  6. "Diamonds and Pearls" (directed by Rebecca Blake)
  7. "Controversy" (directed by Bruce Gowers)
  8. "Dirty Mind" (director unknown)
  9. "I Wanna Be Your Lover" (director unknown)
  10. "Little Red Corvette" (directed by Bryan Greenberg)
  11. "I Would Die 4 U" (directed by Paul Becher)
  12. "Raspberry Beret" (directed by Prince)
  13. "Kiss" (directed by Rebecca Blake)
  14. "Cream" (directed by Rebecca Blake)
  15. "7" (directed by Sotera Tschetter)

Missing from the collection[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ The Hits Collection at MTV.com

External links[edit]