Usually, it's not the best thing in the world to live in the past. But if you're Tori Amos, you have a ridiculous discography that gives nostalgia a nice soundtrack. Last year, the singer-songwriter reissued her '90s-famed albums Little Earthquake (1992) and Under the Pink (1994) and today, she's announced the re-release of her 1996 album Boys for Pele, which you can expect November 18 via Rhino.

The double CD deluxe edition has been remastered and will also feature rare recordings, and previously unreleased bonus tracks. Find the tracklist below.

  • Boys for Pele: Deluxe Edition:
  • Disc 1:
  • 01 Beauty Queen/Horses
  • 02 Blood Roses
  • 03 Father Lucifer
  • 04 Professional Widow
  • 05 Mr. Zebra
  • 06 Marianne
  • 07 Caught a Lite Sneeze
  • 08 Muhammad My Friend
  • 09 Hey Jupiter
  • 10 Way Down
  • 11 Little Amsterdam
  • 12 Talula
  • 13 Not the Red Baron
  • 14 Agent Orange
  • 15 Doughnut Song
  • 16 In the Springtime of His Voodoo
  • 17 Putting the Damage On
  • 18 Twinkle

  • Disc 2:
  • 01 Hey Jupiter – The Dakota Version
  • 02 To the Fair Motormaids of Japan
  • 03 That’s What I Like Mick (The Sandwich Song)
  • 04 Fire-Eater’s Wife/Beauty Queen – Demo Version
  • 05 Professional Widow – Armand’s Star Trunk Funkin’ Mix (Radio Edit)
  • 06 Sugar (Live)
  • 07 Alamo
  • 08 Talula – M&M Mix
  • 09 Professional Widow – Merry Widow Version (Live)
  • 10 Frog on My Toe
  • 11 Hungarian Wedding Song
  • 12 Walk to Dublin (Sucker Reprise)
  • 13 Toodles Mr. Jim
  • 14 “Sister Named Desire
  • 15 Amazing Grace/Til The Chicken
  • 16 This Old Man
  • 17 Sucker
  • 18 Honey (Live)
  • 19 Graveyard
  • 20 London Girls
  • 21 In The Springtime Of His Voodoo (Rookery Ending)