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You can watch one of Prince’s best concerts in its entirety for free

Published Apr 25th, 2016 8:09PM EDT
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The world is still coming to grips with the loss of one of the most talented musicians we have ever known. Prince’s untimely passing at the young age of 57 rocked the music industry and fans last Thursday morning, and we’ve all spent plenty of time since then relive our favorite music. If you’re unfamiliar with Prince, one video and the story behind it will tell you everything you need to know.

We’ve done a whole lot of digging over the past few days in our quest to relive the magic, and we’ve found a number of great videos in the process. Among them is a full hour-long set from a Prince concert in 1982, and you can watch the entire thing for free.

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The show took place at the Capitol Theatre in Passaic, NJ on January 30th, 1982. No additional intro is needed — just watch the video embedded below and enjoy.

0:00:00 – The Second Coming
0:02:00 – Uptown
0:04:50 – Why You Wanna Treat Me So Bad?
0:12:24 – I Wanna Be Your Lover
0:29:14 – Dirty Mind
0:35:42 – Do Me, Baby
0:45:45 – Controversy
0:53:01 – Let’s Work
1:00:55 – Encore Applause
1:02:55 – Jack
1:07:42 – Applause

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