One of the most consistently interesting and original artists in pop music history, Kate Bush struck gold with her 1985 album Hounds Of Love. Having enjoyed a few hits in the past, not least her 1978 debut single "Wuthering Heights", she had by this time released four slightly "difficult" albums and decided not to do concerts. Then after three years of silence she unleashed her Hounds Of Love, spearheaded by the absolutely divine "Running Up That Hill" that became a worldwide hit, eventually turning the album into a worldwide phenomenon. And then, poof... she was gone again, returning four years later with the not extremely successful This Sensual World. But in 1985 and 1986, she owned it. The world that is. Here you go then, "Running Up That Hill".
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