The initial drop includes clips from "The Gold Experience" and "Chaos and Disorder."
The Prince Estate and Sony Music Entertainment are serving up some more special treats for the late rock icons fans with the release of a series of rare music videos from the archives. The first batch in what is promised to be a weekly effort dropped on Friday (Nov. 2) and they included clips from 1995's The Gold Experience and 1996's Chaos and Disorder, including the rocking performance visual for "Endorphinmachine," which was first seen on the 1994 CDRom video game Interactive, where it was well-hidden within the adventure. The video finds Prince, wearing a giant flower-bedecked top hat, performing the track with his band in a room covered with silver foil.
The "Dolphin" video also came out before it appeared on an album, making history as the first video ever played on VH1 Europe in September 1994, according to a release announcing the series. The bare-bones visual focuses on the singer -- with the iconic protest message "Slave" scrawled across his cheek -- performing the song in front of a dazzling American flag while strumming his golden glyph guitar.