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The Flesh is an unreleased album by The Flesh (essentially made up of Prince and Eric Leeds, as a precursor to Madhouse, with other musicians on three of the four tracks), recorded in two sessions, on 26 December, 1985 and 5 January, 1986. The album was compiled on 22 January, 1986, but was abandoned when Under The Cherry Moon and other projects demanded Prince's full attention.
The tracks included were all jazz-funk instrumentals, and were mostly improvised during the sessions. Eric Leeds was featured prominently, and the plan was to not include mention of Prince's input when the album was planned for release (as was the case with the later Madhouse albums).