Three new songs will grace the Tina Turner retrospective "All the Best," due Nov. 1 internationally via EMI and tentatively in February in North America.

Three new songs will grace the Tina Turner retrospective "All the Best," due Nov. 1 internationally via EMI and tentatively in February in North America. The new cuts are "Something Special," "Complicated Disaster" and the single "Open Arms," which will be commercially released Oct. 25 internationally.

Also featured on the collection is a live cover version of the late Robert Palmer's "Addicted to Love" taken from a London performance, as well as a duet with Italian singer Eros Ramazotti on "Cose Della Vita." The set also includes such signature songs as "What's Love Got To Do With It," "River Deep Mountain High" and Turner's cover of Credence Clearwater Revival's "Proud Mary."

Turner retired from touring in 2000, but continues to make appearances. Next up on her schedule is the Nordic Music Awards on Oct. 21 and TeleVizierRing 2004 the following night in the Netherlands.

Here is the track list for "All the Best":

Disc One:
"Nutbush City Limits"
"What You Get Is What You See"
"Missing You"
"Open Arms"
"The Best"
"River Deep Mountain High"
"When the Heartache Is Over"
"Let's Stay Together"
"I Don't Wanna Fight"
"Whatever You Need"
"I Can't Stand the Rain"
"Goldeneye"
"I Don't Want To Lose You"
"Great Spirits"
"Proud Mary"
"Addicted to Love"

Disc Two:
"In Your Wildest Dreams"
"Private Dancer"
"Why Must We Wait"
"Typical Male"
"Tonight" (with David Bowie)
"Complicated Disaster"
"On Silent Wings"
"Something Special"
"We Don't Need Another Hero"
"It's Only Love" (with Bryan Adams)
"Cose Della Vita" (with Eros Ramazotti)
"Steamy Windows"
"Paradise Is Here"
"What's Love Got To Do With It"
"Better Be Good to Me"
"Two People"
"Something Beautiful Remains"

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