Tina Turner - Break Every Rule
Tina Turner - Break Every Rule
Tina Turner - Break Every Rule
Tina Turner - Break Every Rule
Tina Turner - Break Every Rule
Tina Turner - Break Every Rule
Tina Turner - Break Every Rule
Tina Turner - Break Every Rule
Tina Turner - Break Every Rule
Tina Turner - Break Every Rule
Tina Turner - Break Every Rule
Tina Turner - Break Every Rule

Tina Turner - Break Every Rule

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Tina Turner - Vocals [click here to see more vinyl featuring Tina Turner]

Backing Vocals – Tessa Niles (A1, A4-5), Rupert (B2, B5), Tina (B2, B5), George Chandler (B4), Jimmy Chambers (B4), Margot Buchanan (B4), Samantha Brown (B4),

Drums – Phil Collins (A1, A6) [click here to see more vinyl featuring Phil Collins]

Guitar, Piano, Backing Vocals – Bryan Adams (B1)

Guitar – Mark Knopfler (B3-4) [see more vinyl featuring Mark Knopfler]

Terry Britten – Guitar (A1-6), Bass (A1-6), Backing Vocals (A1, A3-5), Drum Programming (A2, A4), Keyboards (A6)

Keyboards – Nick Glennie-Smith (A1-5), Billy Livsey (A3), Guy Fletcher (B3-4)

Saxophone – Tim Cappello (A1)

Mandolin – Graham Lyle (A2)

Drums – Jack Bruno (A3, A5), Micky Curry (B1), Jamie Lane (B3-4)

Synthesizer – Steve Winwood (A5)

Percussion – Garry Katell (A6), Frank Ricotti (B3), Jim Vallance (B1), Frank Ricotti (B4)

Bass Guitar – Dave Taylor (B1), Micky Feat (B3-4),

Lead Guitar – Keith Scott (B1)

Organ – Tommy Mandel (B1)

Guitar – Jamie West-Oram (B2, B5)

Programmed by Albert Boekholt (B3-4)

Soprano Saxophone – Branford Marsalis (B4)

Strings arranged by Nick Glennie-Smith (A4)

Arranged by Rupert Hine (B2, B5)

Written by Graham Lyle (A1-5), Terry Britten (A1-5), David Bowie (A6), Erdal Kizilcay (A6), Bryan Adams (B1), Jim Vallance (B1), Jeannette Obstoj (B2, B5), Rupert Hine (B2, B5), Mark Knopfler (B3), Paul Brady (B4)


1LP, standard sleeve

Includes a David Bowie poster

Original analog Master tape : YES

Heavy Press : 180g

Record color : Black

Speed : 33RPM

Size : 12'’



Record Press : GZ Media

Label : Parlophone

Original label : Capitol

Recorded in 1986

Engineered by John Hudson (A1-6), Bob Clearmountain (B1), Neil Dorfsman (B3, B4), Stephen W. Tayler (B2, B5)

Mixed by John Hudson (A1-6), Bob Clearmountain (B1), Stephen W. Tayler (B2, B5)

Produced by Bryan Adams (B1), Bob Clearmountain (B1), Mark Knopfler (B3, B4), Neil Dorfsman (B3, B4), Rupert Hine (B2, B5), Terry Britten (A1 to A6)

Mastered by Stephen Marcussen

Photography by Herb Ritts

Originaly released in September 1986

Reissued in 2022


Tracks :

Side A:

  1. Typical Male
  2. What You Get Is What You See
  3. Two People
  4. Till the Right Man Comes Along
  5. Afterglow
  6. Girls

Side B:

  1. Back Where You Started
  2. Break Every Rule
  3. Overnight Sensation
  4. Paradise Is Here
  5. I'll Be Thunder


    Reviews :

    “Because it contains its share of memorable and inspired material -- and even a few gems -- it seems inappropriate to call Tina Turner's Break Every Rule a disappointment. But because Private Dancer was so incredible a comeback, one greeted this anxiously awaited follow-up with such high expectations that anything less than outstanding would have been disappointing. And the album isn't outstanding -- it's generally quite enjoyable and far from weak -- but not outstanding. Be that as it may, there's a lot to savor here. "Two People" is forgettable, but Turner definitely has some gems in the power ballad "I'll Be Thunder," the driving rocker "Back Where You Started" and the haunting David Bowie piece "Girls." While Private Dancer would be a much better introduction to Turner's work as a solo artist, this has more pluses than minuses.” AllMusic Review by Alex Henderson


    Ratings :

    AllMusic : 3 / 5 , Discogs : 4.44 / 5

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