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Kate Bush - 50 Words For Snow

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Last updated on 5th Jun 2012

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Kate Bush - 50 Words For Snow

50 Words For Snow is the hungrily awaited tenth studio album by the iconic and world renowned English singer/song writer Kate Bush. This is her first album of new original material in over six years since her record Aerial which was released in 2005. Kate Bush is known all over the world for her innovative and eclectic music style as she spans and merges multiple diverse genres such as pop folk art rock and more combining them with alternative and ethnic influences.

This album adds to Kate's already wonderfully bizarre and original repertoire by setting all seven of these new tracks to the background of falling snow. This record features the single Wild Man a slow and soft song led mainly by beautifully composed ethnic-styled guitar melodies as Kate sings and speaks the lyrics in her amazing and distinctive voice.

The song itself is a somewhat ethereal creation as Kate spins a conceptual story with her lyrics. If this incredible album is anything to go by then Kate Bush has most definitely not lost her touch as this record is by far worth the wait - C.E.

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