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You voted in your thousands and the results are now in – here are your top 15 favourite tracks by the Queen of Rock ’n’ Roll, Tina Turner.
On Sunday October 31, you will get the chance to hear them all together on a fantastic exclusive FREE CD, which you can get only inside your Mail on Sunday.

Featuring worldwide hits such as What’s Love Got To Do With It, The Best and River Deep Mountain High, this CD is a must for anyone who loves great music.
The disc is a result of a collabor!ation between Tina, The Mail on Sunday and you, our readers.
Earlier this month, we offered you the chance to vote for the 15 tracks you would put on a greatest hits album by one of the world’s most enduring stars.

It was no easy task – during a 50-year career, Tina has sold nearly 180 million records and more concert tickets than any other solo star, and won an astonishing eight Grammy Awards.
Her last studio album, Twenty Four Seven, was released in Britain in 1999, which makes this collection all the more special.

* What's Love Got To Do With It (Live)
* The Best
* Private Dancer
* River Deep Mountain High (Live)
* Missing You
* Steamy Windows (Live)
* I Can't Stand The Rain
* Proud Mary
* When The Heartache Is Over
* Nutbush City Limits
* I Don't Wanna Fight
* On Silent Wings
* Tonight
* Why Must We Wait Until Tonight
* GoldenEye

Born Anna Mae Bullock in Nutbush, Tennessee, in 1939, she first burst on to the scene in 1960 after recording a song for Ike Turner.

The couple married shortly afterwards and Ike changed her name to Tina Turner.

During the Sixties, they recorded a succession of hits and their live shows become renowned for Tina’s flamboyant and high-energy performances.
After their marriage ended acrimoniously in the mid-Seventies, Tina’s solo career went from strength to strength.

She recorded hits such as Private Dancer and the theme tune from James Bond film Goldeneye, both of which are featured on this amazing CD.
Be sure to get your FREE copy – only in The Mail on Sunday on October 31!
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just a shame you have to buy such a naff newspaper to get it, i wish the guardian did offers like this!
Yeah but its worth it. This is afterall, Tina Turner. I am gutted I missed her live when she did a tour....

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