Hip-O Select will on June 19 unveil an expanded edition of Marvin Gaye's 1981 album "In Our Lifetime?," his final studio release for Motown.

Hip-O Select will on June 19 unveil an expanded edition of Marvin Gaye's 1981 album "In Our Lifetime?," his final studio release for Motown. In addition to the original album, the new "Love Man" edition includes three outtakes, the non-album "Ego Tripping Out" single and an alternate, previously unknown mix featuring a different running order.

Of most interest for fans will be seven tracks Gaye intended for an earlier version of the album, a party-themed effort he planned to call "Love Man." Only "Ego Tripping Out" ever saw the light of day from those sessions, with Gaye opting to tackle more personal issues on what eventually became "In Our Lifetime?"

Although it is generally regarded as one of Gaye's stronger late-period albums, "In Our Lifetime?" topped out at No. 32 on The Billboard 200, and spawned a lone top 20 hit on Billboard's R&B charts, "Praise." It would be followed in 1982 by "Midnight Love," the last album Gaye released before his shocking 1984 murder.

Here is the track list for "In Our Lifetime? -- Expanded Love Man Edition":

Disc one (original LP):
"Praise"
"Life Is for Learning"
"Love Party"
"Funk Me"
"Far Cry"
"Love Me Now or Love Me Later"
"Heavy Love Affair"
"In Our Lifetime"

Outtakes:
"Nuclear Juice" (instrumental)
"Ego Tripping Out" (LP mix)
"Far Cry" (unedited)

Original "Love Man" single:
"Ego Tripping Out" (single A-side)
"Ego Tripping Out" (instrumental / single B-side)

Disc two (Odyssey Studios alternate mix):
"Praise"
"Life Is for Learning"
"Heavy Love Affair"
"Love Me Now or Love Me Later"
"Ego Tripping Out"
"Funk Me"
"In Our Lifetime"
"Love Party"

"Love Man" sessions:
"Life's a Game of Give and Take"
"Life Is Now in Session"
"I Offer You Nothing But Love"
"Just Because You're So Pretty"
"Dance 'N' Be Happy"
"Funk Me, Funk Me, Funk Me"
"A Lover's Plea"