After conquering the world with Purple Rain, Prince made a hard left turn into bright and sweet psychedelia. The album cover is a painting depicting the Revolution in a trippy, candy-colored landscape. But the album had more going on beneath the surface. On the album, several of the songs open with fairy-tale introductions like “Once upon a time in the land of Sinaplenty” or “There was a girl in Paris.” However, over time, as you listen to the music, what emerges is a much darker undertone running through the album. Even considering that the album contains the hit song "Rasberry Baret", this album is often slept on and is a classic Prince style psychedelic masterpiece.