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May 19, Kate Bush / Director’s Cut / Review. This week sees the release of Kate Bush’s new album Director’s Cut. Six years on from ’s Aerial, this album revisits tracks from ’s The Sensual World and ’s The Red Shoes. Kate – seemingly unhappy with the ‘sound’ of some of these original tracks – has gone back to the multi.

May 19, What Bush has done on Director's Cut, put simply, is to strip the 80s from these songs. (That goes for the Red Shoes material, too, even though the album was released in the 90s.)/ May 18, Kate Bush’s Director’s Cut arrives with different goals in mind.

It revisits tracks from ’s The Sensual World and ’s The Red Shoes not to leech off their success, but ostensibly to fix them. In line with a noted career-long fixation on perfectionism and sonic fidelity, Bush has decided that the 11 compositions here were in need of a complete overhaul, scaling back their glossy electronics in 3/5.

May 14, This is precisely what Bush has done on Director's Cut. The album takes great swathes of The Red Shoes and choice cuts from its predecessor, 's Estimated Reading Time: 3 mins. Director's Cut draws all of its material from her two most maligned albums, The Red Shoes and The Sensual World - this is all about re-writing history, asking her audience to find something of worth in two albums that were written off by so many. So the motive behind Director's Cut makes perfect sense, at /5. Director's Cut is Kate's 9th studio album and was released on on Kate's own label Fish People.

On Directors Cut Kate revisits a selection of tracks from her albums The Sensual World and The Red Shoes. Kate has re-recorded some elements whilst keeping the best musical performances of each song - making it something of a director's.





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