In celebration of the 30th anniversary of ‘What’s Love Got To Do With It’ by Tina Turner, a brand new suite of special edition albums are to be released on 26th April. The 4CD/1DVD boxed set will include the original album remastered on CD1, with CD2 featuring a collection of edits, remixes and acapellas. CD3 and 4 features Tina’s live show at the Blockbuster Pavilion in 1993 remastered which can also be watched on the DVD along with three music videos. The boxed set also includes a poster and 24-page booklet. Additional album formats include a single LP, a double-CD and available to stream digitally which you can pre-order now here.

Originally released on 15 June 1993, ‘What’s Love Got To Do With It’ was a commercial and critical success. The album was the soundtrack for the Tina Turner biographical film of the same name and reached #1 in the UK, also making the top 10 in Switzerland, Germany, Austria, Canada, and the top 20 in the US. The album went on to be a platinum record across the world, including the UK, US and Switzerland. It was a collection of songs, some of which were re-recorded from Tina’s Ike & Tina Turner period, including ‘A Fool In Love’, as well a five brand new songs one of which – ‘I Don’t Wanna Fight” – became a top 10 hit in both the UK and US. The album also includes Turner’s version of The Trammps’ disco classic “Disco Inferno”, a song she had often performed live in concert in the late seventies but never previously recorded in studio. Two tracks from her 1984 breakthrough solo album Private Dancer are also included, the title track and a different re-mixed version of “I Might Have Been Queen”.

Tina Turner has sold over 200 million records and has had ten UK top ten hit singles and nine UK top 10 albums and was the first female artist to have a top 40 hit in six consecutive decades in the UK. Her albums combined are 20x platinum in the UK and 9x platinum in the US whilst also achieving huge sales throughout the rest of the world. She has won eight Grammy Awards and been nominated for 25. She was inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 1991, has stars on the Hollywood Walk Of Fame and St. Louis Walk of Fame. Her 1988 Break Every Rule tour, broke the world record for the largest paying audience at a solo concert, with 184,000 at the Maracanã in Rio de Janeiro and Rolling Stone Magazine named her #17 in 100 Greatest Singers of All Time and #63 in 100 Greatest Artists of All Time.

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