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Hounds of Love (2018

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It's just a bit cringe that now people think everyone who likes her likes her because of stranger things(now I know what the hipsters feel like liking people before they were popular) but if even 1/10 of these people become actual fans I'm happy. I’ve adored Kate for 45 years – and I love “Timorous Beasties” too – and the issue does look beautiful but I really cannot justify that kind of money on yet another version of “Hounds Of Love.

You can change your choices at any time by visiting Cookie preferences, as described in the Cookie notice. In 1993 Brian Eno asked Kate to contribute to an auction for War Child, and she came up with the idea of two identical box frames, each containing a flashing red LED with text on brass plaques).I know that some Bush fans will argue Kate isn't pop, and is more alternative/art-rock/avant-garde and whatnot.

A classic album, whether you are a big Kate fan or not, with some great singles, and, in the original releases, quite energised percussion, particularly on the brilliant Running Up That Hill. On a whim note, I found it surprising that the 'Running Up That Hill' music video never won any prestigious music video award! Interestingly, ‘The Big Sky’ is no longer indicated as the ‘single mix’ even though it must be, if they are using the 2018 version. Bush weaves intricate tapestries of sound and imagery with songs that span the range of all emotion, from the most intimate to the most frightening. So overall the second half of this album (the concept side) is beautiful, but the first 5 tracks don't sit as well together as they do on much earlier CDs, including the late 90s remaster (which had the album mix plus several bonuses).Side 1, Big Sky has been changed, so it runs shorter I expect and fits on the remastered album better. Elsewhere, the new site features new notes and specially chosen footage by Kate on all of her albums as she reissues her full album catalogue. In 1985, when MTV was reaching the peak of its viewership and veteran British acts were suddenly experiencing more pressure to adapt and take new directions, she finally broke the notoriously imperious American market. Hounds of Love" arrived at a wonderfully opportune moment, and it was an easy sell: MTV were becoming inclusive of other genres and artists, and record labels more willing to spend vast sums on videos due to their established promotional advantages. Featuring "Running Up That Hill (A Deal with God)", it has since been certified Double Platinum in the UK by the British Phonographic Industry.

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