Tori Amos is readying an expanded 20th anniversary reissue of 1996's Boys For Pele, featuring rare and previously released bonus tracks.

Produced for the first time by Amos, this third studio album was powered along by songs about self-discovery and mythology, and debuted at No. 2 in both the U.S. and the U.K. Her new reissue, due on Nov. 18 via Rhino, features a two-compact disc edition highlighted by remastered audio as well as a two-disc vinyl option. A complete track list of the bonus tracks is below.

Highlights from the 1996 album include fan favorites like "Caught a Lite Sneeze" and "Hey Jupiter," and the Armand Van Helden remix of "Professional Widow" which topped to the U.K. singles chart. Amos had hit a prolific career moment, however, and the Boys For Pele sessions – largely held in Ireland, at a church in Delganey and an old Georgian house in County Cork – produced a raft of stand-alone songs, only some of which ended up scattered on b-sides.

Lesser-known tracks like "Toodles Mr. Jim" and "Frog On My Toe" find a home on the upcoming bonus disc with a demo of "Fire-Eater's Wife/Beauty Queen" and live recordings of "Honey," "Sugar" and "Professional Widow." Previously unreleased tracks include "To the Fair Motormaids of Japan," "Talula" (M&M Mix)," "In the Springtime of his Voodoo (Rookery Ending)" and "Sucker."

Boys For Pele Reissue Bonus Tracks
"Hey Jupiter" - The Dakota Version
"To the Fair Motormaids Of Japan"*
"That's What I Like Mick (The Sandwich Song)"
"Fire-Eater's Wife/Beauty Queen" - Demo Version
"Professional Widow" - Armand's Star Trunk Funkin' Mix (Radio Edit)
"Sugar" - Live
"Talula" - M&M Mix*
"Professional Widow" - Merry Widow Version (Live)
"Frog on My Toe"
"Hungarian Wedding Song"
"Walk to Dublin (Sucker Reprise)"
"Toodles Mr. Jim"
"Sister Named Desire"
"Amazing Grace/Til the Chicken"
"This Old Man"
"Honey" - Live
"London Girls"
"In the Springtime of his Voodoo (Rookery Ending)"*
* previously unreleased

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