Tina Turner to release new hits compilation

Album also includes rare recordings and two new tracks

Tina Turner has announced that she will release an album featuring hits spanning her career as well as rare live recordings and two new tracks.

‘Tina!’ is due out in the US on September 30 via Capitol/EMI, to coincide with the release of the legendary singer’s world tour.

The 18-track album features hits including ‘What’s Love Got To Do With It, ‘Better Be Good To Me,’ ‘We Don’t Need Another Hero (Thunderdome),’ and ‘Private Dancer’, as well as two new tracks ‘It Would Be A Crime’ and ‘I’m Ready’. It also includes four live songs recorded during tours in the UK and Europe over the past three decades.


The album tracklisting is:

‘Steamy Windows’

‘River Deep Mountain High’

‘Better Be Good To Me’

‘The Acid Queen’

‘What You Get Is What You See’


‘What’s Love Got To Do With It’

‘Private Dancer’

‘We Don’t Need Another Hero (Thunderdome)’

‘I Don’t Wanna Fight’

‘Let’s Stay Together’ (live at Amsterdam Arena, 1996)

‘I Can’t Stand The Rain’ (live at Amsterdam Arena, 1996)


‘Addicted To Love’ (live at Camden Palace, London, 1986)

‘The Best’ (live at Wembley Arena, London, 2000)

‘Proud Mary’

‘Nutbush City Limits’

‘It Would Be A Crime’

‘I’m Ready’

–By our Los Angeles staff.

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