What the frimmydeepsvanyet new Kate Bush?! Oh, it's new versions of album tracks (if the lead single is anything to go on, re-Kate Bushised and un-normal and -'80sised but lacking some warm charm of analogue recording and processing effects, now that contemporary computers have given such freedom to her trademark vocal manipulation, as well as the professionalism of EMI, whether that's a good thing or not). I'd mortgage my house for a comprehensive B-sides and other rarities (such as film contributions like "The Magician" and the full version of "Be Kind to My Mistakes", "Experiment IV" and new vocal "Wuthering Heights" from the greatest hits and the alternate "Hounds of Love" on the single) collection and a 35 mm screening of The Line, the Cross & the Curve if I had one to (which I suppose I should consider a good thing that I'm not entrusted with such things considering how responsible I'd be with them). I am rather interested, I do admit, however, in how "Rubberband Girl" can get any stranger or be un-'80sed, it seeming more embedded in the song itself in this case.
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