Prince's classic double-album 1999 has been remastered for the very first time and expanded with 35 previously unreleased tracks for an upcoming Super Deluxe reissue.
His estate and Warner Records said the new edition of the album, which will also be available in deluxe and remastered versions, is slated to hit all physical, digital and streaming partners on November 29.
1999 was released back in 1982 and was Prince's first true crossover success.
The album's success also catapulted the prolific singer-songwriter to fame as a music video star, making him one of the first black artists to be in heavy rotation on MTV.
The expansive Super Deluxe Edition of the album will feature 65 audio tracks across five CDs or 10 vinyl records.
Tracks will include 23 previously unissued studio recordings as well as a complete live audio performance of the 1999 tour.