Tina Turner’s ‘Private Dancer’ Is Getting a 30th Anniversary Reissue

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Judging by Tina Turner‘s live performances, you wouldn’t guess it but her debut solo album Private Dancer was actually released 30 years ago.

To celebrate the occasion, Warner Music will be reissuing a special edition of the 1984 full-length, packed with hits like “What’s Love Got to Do With It,” “Better Be Good To Me,” “Private Dancer” and “Let’s Stay Together.”

Related: Tina Turner Releasing Collection of Love Songs This February

Out June 30, the reissue includes remastered versions of all of the original tracks, plus B-sides, three non-album singles, a duet of “It’s Only Love” with Bryan Adams and a second disc of 12-inch mixes.

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