Watch: Prince's The Arsenio Hall Show performances and interviews

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The typical late-night talk show appearance is over almost as soon as it starts. Prince wasn't going to let that deter him once Arsenio Hall was game to give him an entire hour. A good 20 years after the pair got together on Hall's old talk show in the '90s, the Purple One brought 3rdEyeGirl, the New Power Generation, and Liv Warfield for a night of performances and pointed personal questions. Gimme Noise watched, and it was better than New Girl because Prince got a lot more screen time.

See Also: Prince was magical on New Girl: A GIF-tastic recap

Personal Q&As with someone who lives in a shroud of mystery almost always yield some amusement. We learned over the course of the show that he doesn't carry a cell phone, he claims to have never seen an infomercial, he just rewatched Purple Rain the other day, he likes to cook omelets, and lots of people want to touch him all the time. Here are the interview segments.

Don't touch Prince's hair:

Talking infomercials and Purple Rain:

Breaking up a couple:

As for the performances, Prince brought firepower for full-band arrangements of "She's Always in My Hair," "FunknRoll," a cut from Liv Warfield's new album, and "Mutiny," which sounds a lot like something the Time could've recorded a few decades back.

"She's Always in My Hair":

"FunknRoll":


Liv Warfield performing "Soul Lifted":

"Mutiny":

Watch the entire episode:



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8 comments
Kelly Ryan
Kelly Ryan

It's so unfortunate Arsenio Hall is back.

Xnschutz
Xnschutz

"Mutiny" was a song originally written for the Time but given to the then defunct Time's offshoot band The Family. The Family released one GREAT record before coming together again over 25 years later as fDeluxe and releasing a funky follow-up. Their newest lp, a collection of covers, is dropping at the present moment.

Xnschutz
Xnschutz

Mutiny was originally written for The Timr. It was later given to the then defunct Time's offshoot band The Family. The Family released one GREAT album before disbanding. They came together again A couple of years ago and put out a funky follow-up as fDeluxe. Their latest LP, A collection of covers, is dropping at this present moment.

Chris Peden
Chris Peden

Is Prince trying to look like Jimmy Hendrix?

carnivalminds
carnivalminds

@Xnschutz  Exactly.
The Parade tour live versions kick thats ass, but great. I love Prince live. He is one of the last kings.

Your whole life is going to be some producer box a genius bought at guitar center and a rapper. Can't wait!

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