Even before but especially after her explosive pop comeback in the 1980s, Tina Turner more than earned the mantle of Queen of Rock 'n' Roll. This fall, a new career-spanning compilation from Rhino will reaffirm that title, with 55 of her singles (and a few rarities) on one album. Queen of Rock 'n' Roll spans Tina's 1975 cover of Led Zeppelin's "Whole Lotta Love" - issued on Acid Queen, her second solo album (and last before escaping her physically and emotionally abusive relationship with former husband and creative partner Ike Turner) - all the way to a remix of signature song "What's Love Got to Do with It" created by Norwegian dance musician Kygo, an international hit in 2020. The album's sole new track is a stunning new version of "Something Beautiful." Originally titled "Something Beautiful Remains" and issued on 1996's Wildest Dreams, the basic tracks have been revisited and re-worked by Terry Britten, co-writer of "What's Love Got to Do with It" and a key collaborator on the albums Private Dancer (1984), Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome (1985) and Break Every Rule (1986). The album's packaging - both 3CD and 5LP versions - include a newly-penned foreword from friend and duet partner Bryan Adams. A 1LP cutdown offers highlights only.