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Whitney Houston will be spending the first half of 2010 touring the globe. is reporting that the R&B icon will kick-off her “Nothing But Love” world tour next month. The trek gets underway on February 6th in Seoul, South Korea, and makes stops in Japan, Australia, and Europe. The “Nothing But Love” world tour will come to a close on June 10th in Helsinki, Finland. The tour will be Houston’s first global expedition since 1999’s “My Love Is Your Love” trek.

Whitney Houston is currently supporting her seventh studio album, “I Look To You.” The record arrived last August and has sold more than two-million copies worldwide.

Whitney Houston 25th Anniversary Edition In Stores

It has been almost 25 years since legendary vocalist Whitney Houston arrived on the music scene with her self-titled debut release. The record dropped on February 14th, 1985, and in celebration of the upcoming date, Houtson will release a 25th Anniversary Edition of “Whitney Houston” today. The album is remastered and will feature five bonus tracks, including Houston’s a cappella version of “How Will I Know” as well as a live performance of “Greatest Love Of All.” The album also contains her duet with the late Teddy Pendergrass — who passed away on January 13th — called “Hold Me.” Houston’s 25th Anniversary record also comes with a DVD filled with rare TV performances, classic music videos, and exclusive interviews with both Houston and Arista records boss Clive Davis.

“Whitney Houston” — 25th Anniversary Edition — Full Tracklisting:

Disc 1 — CD

“You Give Good Love”

“Thinking About You”

“Someone For Me”

“Saving All My Love For You”

“Nobody Loves Me Like You Do”

“How Will I Know”

“All At Once”

“Take Good Care Of My Heart”

“Greatest Love of All”

“Hold Me” (Duet With Teddy Pendergrass)

Bonus Tracks

“Thinking About You” (Remix by Bruce Forest)

“Someone For Me” (Remix by Alan Coulthard)

“How Will I Know” (A cappella)

“How Will I Know” (Remix by Jellybean)

“Greatest Love of All” (Live)

Disc 2 — DVD

“Home” Whitney Houston’s premiere performance on the Merv Griffin Show

“I Am Changing” Live from the Arista Records 10th Anniversary celebration, 1985

“You Give Good Love” Live from the First Annual Soul Train Awards Show, 1987

“You Give Good Love” Music Video

“Saving All My Love” Music Video

“How Will I Know” Music Video

“Greatest Love Of All” Music Video

Interviews with Whitney Houston and Clive Davis

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