With such an extensive back catalogue and colourful history over the course of his career, it can be difficult to keep track of Prince's history.

However, an online museum charting the late star's story has just been launched, with fans archiving a number of his official websites into one place for fans to peruse.

Prince used the Internet extensively to share his music in latter years, and had maintained a website of-sorts since 1994.

In an interview with Billboard, Sam Jennings - the man behind the idea for the Prince Online Museum - said that it was being launched with 12 of The Purple One's most popular sites, "but over 20 years online, Prince launched nearly 20 different websites, maintained a dozen different social media presences, participated in countless online chats and directly connected with fans around the world. This Museum is an archive of that work and a reminder of everything he accomplished as an independent artist with the support of his vibrant and dedicated online community."

The websites that are collated in this museum include the below:

3rdEyeGirl.com (2013)
20PR1NC3.com (2013)
Lotusflow3r.com (2009)
3121.com (2007)
3121.com (2006)
NPGMusicClub.com (2004-2006)
NPGMusicClub.com (2003)
NPGMusicClub.com (2002)
NPGMusicClub.com (2001)
NPG Music Club v1 (2001), screen gallery
NPGOnlineLtd.com (2000)
Love4OneAnother.com (1999)
1800NewFunk.com (1999)
CrystalBallCD.com (1997)
TheDawn.com (1996), screen gallery
Prince Interactive (1994), walkthrough


You can visit the online museum here.



H/T: Digital Spy