|Roadhouse Garden is an unreleased album announced on 's website Love4OneAnother.com on 7 October 1998 (following an announcement on 30 September 1998 that "Prince and the Revolution r releasing a new album on NPG"), with a presumptive release date of 1999.
It was announced to be by Prince and the Revolution, although the announcement stated that "the group needn't b 2gether 2 release an album" and that "can and will finish the album alone unless the tide turns otherwise." claimed to have offered Wendy Melvoin and Lisa Coleman co-production work on the project, but they later denied this.
The album was said to include "things left unfinished" when the band dissolved in 1986, and "several new cuts that is putting together using parts from many tunes". The exact tracklist (if any was completed) is unknown, but the tracks mentioned in association with the album are listed below.
During a Love4oneanother.com "? of the week" in 1999, a fan (using the name Arc1Love) asked whether there were plans to "continue the release" of the album as nothing had been announced for several months, to which Prince replied, :"That's a ? better posed 2 Wendy and Lisa at this stage". In an xclusive innerview with Love 4 One Another on Love4oneanother.com in 1999, announced that the album will include "Witness 4 The Prosecution and SPLASH which was one of my favorites". He also said that all the songs that Wendy and Lisa sang on were left off of the Crystal Ball package 2 save 4 a Revolution album. Empty Room was also cited as one of the songs slated for Roadhouse Garden during a Love4oneanother.com "? of the week".
Splash was later released in 2001 as a download from the NPG Music Club (the first and only Prince and the Revolution track to be offered through the club). Empty Room was released as a 2002 live version as a download on the NPG Music Club (and later included on the compilation C-Note. In A Large Room With No Light was available as an audio stream on the Montreux Jazz Festival website in 2009 in conjunction with Prince's two shows at the festival. The other tracks believed to have been included on the album remained unreleased in any form until 2017 when Roadhouse Garden (segued from Our Destiny) and Wonderful Ass were released on the From The Vault & Previously Unreleased disc of a Deluxe release of Purple Rain.
Artwork was later posted online by a graphic designer for an NPG Music Club album titled In All My Dreams, which may have been a later version of the Roadhouse Garden album, but nothing else is known about this album, which also remains unreleased.