In 1976, Prince created a demo tape with producer Chris Moon, in Moon's Minneapolis studio. [ citation needed ] Unable to secure a recording contract, Moon brought the tape to Owen Husney, a Minneapolis businessman, who signed Prince, age 17, to a management contract, and helped him create a demo at Sound 80 Studios in Minneapolis (with producer/engineer David Z). [ citation needed ] The demo recording, along with a press kit produced at Husney's ad agency, resulted in interest from several record companies including Warner Bros. Records , A&M Records , and Columbia Records . [26]

Z.: For me, the world was late. I saw it immediately, I had a lot of struggles hanging on, but I drank gallons of the Kool-Aid. I couldn't get enough of it, and [I'm] still drinking it to this day. I'm a proud Prince Kool-Aid drinker.

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In a country long governed by conferring and consensus – especially among the tribes of the various branches of the founding monarch, Abdulaziz – the arrest of the royals alone goes straight to the heart of a new form of governance. Add to that the cultural reforms that next year will allow women to drive and enter sports stadiums, for concerts to be held, and tourists to visit archeological sites that pre-date the Islamic era.


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