Foreign Affair (Deluxe Edition)
The limited, deluxe edition of Tina Turner’s classic album FOREIGN AFFAIR, featuring 4CDs, a DVD, a special, commemorative passport, booklet, and art card.
As one of the biggest albums of the ‘80s, FOREIGN AFFAIR showcased Tina Turner at her very best, further cementing her position as The Queen of Rock ‘n Roll.
Celebrated in this limited, deluxe edition box, FOREIGN AFFAIR (DELUXE EDITION) includes the original album fully remastered for the first time on CD1, with CD2 featuring a collection of B-sides, remixes and a previously unheard demo of the Tina Turner classic, “The Best.” Across CD3 and CD4 is an iconic Tina Turner live show from Barcelona in 1990. In this exhilarating performance, Tina performs a number of her most-loved tracks including “What’s Love Got To Do With It,” “Proud Mary,” “Private Dancer” and many more. This electric performance is also available to watch on the DVD to watch, as well as the six music videos from the album’s singles fully restored to HD.
On top of all this amazing music, the DELUXE EDITION contains a special, commemorative passport featuring a number of iconic photos of Tina, as well as a high-quality art card featuring photos from photographer Paul Cox. Also included is a booklet with brand-new liner notes from Holly Knight; the songwriter of “The Best,” “Be Tender With Me Baby,” “You Can’t Stop Me Loving You” and “Ask Me How I Feel.”
FOREIGN AFFAIR was Tina’s third studio album since her dramatic global resurgence, following the monumental success of PRIVATE DANCER (1984) and BREAK EVERY RULE (1986), as well as her lead role in Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome in 1985. It went on to be a multi-platinum record across the world, including UK, Germany, Switzerland, Canada, Australia and many more. The biggest track to come from the album was the 80s anthem, “The Best.” The track continues to transcend generations, with one of the most recognizable choruses in music history. On top of ""The Best,"" the album is complimented by several Tina favorites such as ""Steamy Windows,"" ""I Don’t Wanna Lose You"" and the title track ""Foreign Affair.""