The Kick Inside (1978)
Kate Bush's debut album was released when she was 19 years old; she had written some of the songs when she was only 15. The album opens with whale song... Read More?
Lionheart was rushed out of the studio (in Nice on the French Riviera), making this Bush's only album to be wholly recorded outside the UK. While it has its share of hits... Read More?
Never For Ever (1980)
Never for Ever saw Bush's second foray into production (her first was for the Live On Stage EP earlier in the year), aided by the engineer of Lionheart, Jon Kelly... Read More?
The Dreaming (1982)
The Dreaming was the first album Bush produced herself. With her newfound freedom, she experimented with production techniques, creating an album that features... Read More?
Hounds of Love (1985)
Considered by many reviewers as her masterpiece, 1985's Hounds of Love is no less experimental from a production standpoint. Not only did she produce it herself... Read More?
The Sensual World (1989)
The increasingly personal tone of her writing continued on The Sensual World, with songs about unrequited love ("Love And Anger", "Never Be Mine"), the pressures on... Read More?
The Red Shoes (1993)
The Red Shoes takes its title from the film by Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger; the story of the film, and the fairy tale by Hans Christian Andersen... Read More?
Kate Bush's eight studio album, Aerial, is a two-disc set released in November 2005. The first single from the album was "King of the Mountain". The song makes... Read More?