Album: 24

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Album details

Intended Release Date: 1989
Label(s): Paisley Park Records
Studio(s): Paisley Park Studios, Chanhassen, MN, USA

See also

(1994 project)
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24 is an unreleased third studio album by Madhouse, and was recorded from July-December 1988, with a planned release in early 1989. All tracks are believed to have been written by Prince, and all contain him playing most instruments, with Eric Leeds playing saxophone and flute, with minimal contributions from other musicians. Unlike the previous albums, neither Sheila E. nor Levi Seacer, Jr. were involved in the recordings. Following on from Madhouse's first two album, 8 and 16, all tracks are given numerical names (albeit written as numbers rather than written words, unlike the previous albums), but they are also given subtitles in brackets to give them more individual character.

The album was rejected by Warner Bros., but later in 1989, Eric Leeds compiled a new ten-track Madhouse album, 26, which later evolved into his first solo album Times Squared. In 1993, Prince recorded a new Madhouse album with his current band, also called 24, with entirely new tracks. See 24 for details.

Track listing
  1. 17 (Penetration)
  2. 18 (R U Legal Yet?)
  3. 19 (Jailbait)
  4. 20 (A Girl And Her Puppy)
  5. 21-24 (The Dopamine Rush Suite)1

All songs written by Prince (assumed).

1 Incorporates 21 (The Dopamine Rush), 22 (Amsterdam), 23 (Spanish Eros) and 24 (Orgasm)


  • Prince - producer
  • Chuck Zwicky - engineer
  • Other production details unknown

Additional Information


Unreleased project.png 1986
The Flesh
Unreleased Albums
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untitled Sheila E. album
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