When Prince emerged in 1978, he blew people away by his sheer musicality, he played everything, produced everything and made it all sound cohesive. Prince's first ever single was the rather suggestive "Soft and wet", it didn't do all that much other than becoming a club classic and a very much beloved track among Prince aficionados worldwide. Prince himself played the song live during the "Parade" tour of 1986 but was quickly dropped from the set list forever soon after. "Soft and wet" live during the "Parade" tour. Let's listen to the first incarnation of the song. The lyrics weren't ready yet, he's ad-libbing, the synth solo is in this crazy, nasty, fuzzy sound and his rhythm guitar sounds very Hendrix. But all the same the song already DOES have that "IT" And here's the second demo. The lyrics are still not finished but are getting more into the direction of what Prince intended, the synth solo is clearer in tone and his riffing on that said instrument is much more in the mindset of "I'mma gonna blow ya minds!" And here's the final version as how it appears on the album. The Synth solo has not changed, Prince knew when to hold on to something what it was good. The Lyrics are complete but the Rhythm guitar isn't mixed in as prominent as it was on the previous demos.