On this day in music history: August 25, 1982 - “What Time Is It?”, the second album by The Time is released. Produced by Morris Day & The Starr Company (aka Prince), it is recorded at Kiowa Trail Home Studio in Chanhassen, MN and Sunset Sound Recorders in Hollywood, CA from December 1981 - July 1982. Issued as the follow up to the bands’ successful debut release, all of the albums songs are written by and the basic tracks are performed by Prince, (except “Wild And Loose” co-written w/ Dez Dickerson), though are credited to either Morris Day or the whole band on the albums credits. The members of Vanity 6 are featured on spoken dialogue passages on “Wild And Loose”, with Vanity also being featured on “The Walk”. It spin off three hit singles including “777-9311” (#2 R&B, #88 Pop), “The Walk” (#24 R&B, #104 Pop), and “Gigolos Get Lonely Too” (#77 R&B). Originally released on CD in 1990, the album is remastered and reissued by Warner Japan in July of 2015, as part of their Warner 80’s Soul Classics Best Collection 1000 Series. “What Time Is It?” peaks at number two on the Billboard R&B album chart, number twenty six on the Top 200, and is certified Gold in the US by the RIAA.