Tina Turner's Private Dancer to be re-released for 30th Anniversary

The iconic singer's breakthrough album will be re-released in June to celebrate its 30th anniversary.

Tina Turner's Private Dancer album is being re-released to celebrate its 30th anniversary. 

A special edition of the legendary singer's album will be put out on June 29 30 years after its release on June 1984. 

The re-issue includes re-mastered versions of the the original tracks, including What's Love Got To Do With It and Let's Stay Together, along with a second disc of 12" mixes, b-sides, three non-album singles and her duet with Bryan Adams It's Only Love. 

The collection also features the track Ball Of Confusion (That’s What The World Is Today) (with B.E.F.) recorded with Martin Ware from Heaven 17.

Private Dancer originally peaked at Number 2 in the UK and to date has spent 150 weeks on the Official Albums Chart. Tuner has since scored a further eight UK Top 10 albums, including the chart-topping Foreign Affair in 1989. View her full Official Chart history here.

Private Dancer – 30th Anniversary Edition Tracklist

Disc 1 – the classic remastered’ album tracks
1. I Might Have Been Queen
2. What’s Love Got To Do With It
3. Show Some Respect
4. I Can’t Stand The Rain
5. Private Dancer
6. Let’s Stay Together
7. Better Be Good To Me
8. Steel Claw
9. Help!   
10. 1984

Disc 2 – the Extras
1. Ball Of Confusion (With B.E.F) Remix
2. I Wrote A Letter
3. Rock ‘N’ Roll Widow
4. Don’t Rush The Good Things
5. When I Was Young
6. Keep Your Hands Off My Baby
7. Tonight (With David Bowie) [Live At The Nec, Birmingham]
8. Let’s Pretend We’re Married (Live)
9. What’s Love Got To Do It (Extended 12” Remix)
10. Better Be Good To Me (Extended 12” Remix)
11. I Can’t Stand The Rain (Extended 12” Remix)
12. Show Some Respect (Extended Mix)
13. We Don’t Need Another Hero (Thunderdome)
14.One Of The Living
15. It’s Only Love (With Bryan Adams)