The Rebels — A collection of rock songs done with members of The Time in 1979.
The Second Coming — Documentary film and live album from 1982.
Apollonia 6 film — A cinematic attempt to do for Apollonia 6 what Purple Rain did for Prince.
Sexy Drummrfunkr — Collection of drum solos by Sheila E.
The Flesh — Live jam sessions from late 1985.
Untitled Stevie Nicks duet project.
Prince and the Revolution: Dream Factory — Double LP project from 1986.
Camille — Fast-paced funk album from 1986.
Late Night Train — Shelved project with Sheena Easton who was contemplating a Rated-R image change at the time.
Crystal Ball — Triple LP that eventually got reduced to double LP Sign o’ the Times for commercial release.
Madhouse: 24 — Jazz fusion album recorded in 1988.
Sheila E.: Untitled 1989 album.
Replica Batsuit — Michael Keaton era design, built to scale, matte purple finish.
Untitled Apollonia house album.
Batdance Project — Remixes and expanded versions featuring Roxette as Catwoman.
The Time: Corporate World — Original version of what eventually became The Time’s Pandemonium album.
Untitled Chaka Khan project.
Rave unto the Joy Fantastic — Different than Rave Un2 the Joy Fantastic.
BMX motocross bicycles (4) — Painted purple. Unused.
Flash — Band featuring Margie Cox as lead singer.
Under The Apple Tree — Script for Under The Cherry Moon sequel.
“Take A Bite Of My Apple” — From Under The Apple Tree soundtrack. Sung by Kristen Scott Thomas.
Catsuit — Sexy saxophone slow jam concept album inspired by Michelle Pfeiffer’s Catwoman from Batman Returns.
In Living Color Special — Pre-taped performance for In Living Color featuring Cat Glover on lead vocals. Never aired.
Untitled EP with Kim Basinger, Ween, and Ozzy Osbourne.
Teal — Shelved album/image overhaul created before Prince adopted O(+>) in 1993.
“Teal Snow” — 19-minute extended music video directed by Tim Burton.
Teal Angels — Collection of six bedazzled stage outfits, complete with angel wings, designed for shelved stage show.
Teal backdrop — Eight foot neon light letters T, E, A, and L, with rejection letter from Neon Museum Las Vegas.
The Tora Tora Experience — Tora Tora was a pseudonym Prince used to create some unreleased music in 1994.
Two boxes of correspondence between Prince and Sinead O’Connor — O’Connor’s contributions are mostly lurid cartoons about Saturday Night Live cast members.
The Undertaker — Frequently bootlegged live-in-the-studio performance notable for a Rolling Stones cover.
Bockwinkel — Unreleased hard rock project with Bob Mould.
Morris Day-narrated Koko B. Ware documentary film.
Heart — Acoustic album recorded in 1994.
“Live” — Multiple disc live album set featuring songs recorded on tours between 1987 and 1993: the Sign o’ the Times Tour, the Lovesexy Tour, the Nude Tour, the Diamonds and Pearls Tour, and the Act I and Act II.
The Live Experience — Live album recorded on June 8, 1995 at Glam Slam, Miami Beach, FL, USA to celebrate Prince’s 37th birthday; his second as O(+>).
Custom BMX Motocross Bicycle Racing gloves — All purple, with the O(+>) symbol on each finger.
Pure Energon — Transformers-themed concept album with the Information Society.
New World — Unreleased techno album from 1995.
T.C. Bear outfit — Built to scale.
The Vault: Volumes I, II, and III — This project is believed to include parts of the Chaos and Disorder and The Vault… Old Friends 4 Sale albums as well as a mysterious third record.
Ingrid Chavez — Four hours of spoken word poetry by Ingrid Chavez set to beatnik jazz.
Prince and Mayte: Happy Tears — Children’s music album. Unreleased, likely due to the death of Prince’s infant son.
The Dawn — Unreleased album from 1997.
Purple Blue — Alt.country EP with The Jayhawks.
PxP — Hardcore project with Dave Pirner from Soul Asylum.
Robin — Concept album dedicated to Robin to coincide with the Batman And Robin film release.
“Mr. Freeze” — Concept maxi-single Batman And Robin/Arnold Schwarzenegger tie-in for a promotion with Dairy Queen.
“It’s Morris Time” — Morris Day and Jason Mewes rap track intended for the Jay And Silent Bob Strike Back soundtrack. Never released.
P2P — Slow jam project with Dave Pirner from Soul Asylum.
Mayte: Scorpio — Album likely shelved due to Prince and Mayte’s marital issues.
Martika’s Kitchen: The Cookbook — Rough draft of planned co-authored cookbook and album project.
Beautiful Strange — Album from 1998 to accompany the Beautiful Strange television special.
PnP 242 — Industrial project with Dave Pirner from Soul Asylum.
Prince and the Revolution: Roadhouse Garden — Album from 1998 which remains unreleased likely due to Prince feuding with The Revolution over money.
Funk Yr Re Vol Ution: Wendy — Themed funk album dedicated to empowering women.
Funk Yr Re Vol Ution: Lisa — Themed rock album dedicated to empowering women.
PP — Chuck Berry tribute album with Dave Pirner from Soul Asylum.
New Funk Sampling Series — 7CD box set of samples and loops designed to be licensed and royalty free to whoever purchased it.
Crystal Ball 2 — Outtakes to 1998 album Crystal Ball.
Crystal Ball DVD Project — Music videos for Crystal Ball albums.
Crystal Ball 3 — Outtakes to the Crystal Ball 2 album.
Crystal Ball 4 — Outtakes to the Crystal Ball 3 album.
A Celebration — Re-recordings of past hits from 2001.
When 2 R in Love: The Ballads of Prince — A collection of slow jams and romantic ballads.
Neil Young’s Homegrown album.
“Unity 4 The People” — Unreleased charity single with Michael Jackson. Shelved because Prince disapproved of Jackson’s intent to buy the Elephant Man’s bones.
The Hot X-perience — Club tracks featuring Eve.
High — Unreleased album from 2000 with contributions from Angie Stone.
NPG: Peace — Unreleased album from 2001.
Untitled Kevin Smith-directed documentary
S.L.U.T. — Unreleased Carmen Electra project.
Madrid 2 Chicago — Unreleased album from 2001.
In All My Dreams — Unreleased album from 2002.
Last December — Unreleased album from 2002.
Purple Rain 2: The Purpling.
“Minnesota Hockey Hair” — Rejected commission for the Minnesota School Boards Association.
47 pairs of high heel ankle boots — Tagged “For Bata Museum.”
The Very Best of O(+> — Hits record of songs from 1993 to 2000.
Purple — Coffee table book curated by Prince featuring photos of purple outfits.
Bike Helmet — Union Cycliste Internationale-approved competition level Motocross bicycle helmet, painted matte purple with the inscription “2 Fast, 2 Furious” on back in sparkling gold letters.
The Chocolate Invasion — 7CD box set intended for members of the NPG music club.
“Batdance” 20th Anniversary Nike+ Remix For Runners.
David Bowie’s Toy album.
2999: What’s Going On — Climate change party album inspired by Marvin Gaye’s “Mercy Mercy Me (The Ecology).”
Nu Revolution In Society — Promotional EP for Tower Records.
3121 film — Purple Rain-style film project featuring Liza Hernandez.
Willy Kanis — Autographed, framed photo with Prince and Willy Kanis, 2004 women’s world BMX Motocross champion from the Netherlands.
Joker — Tribute album to Heath Ledger.