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ASPECTS OF THE SENSUAL WORLD

Kate Bush

 

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2.09 | 6 ratings

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Evolver
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2 stars This disc was released by Columbia Records as an in-store play promotion to go along with the release of "The Sensual World", even though there is actually only one song from that album on this short collection.

The disc opens with the title track from the album. Now, Kate Bush has always had one of the sexiest voices in all of the music world, and hearing her repeatedly coo "Mmmmmmm... yes" (from James Joyce's "Ulysses") is almost too much for any male to bear. The music is typical Irish-tinged pop that Bush has used frequently on her albums.

"Be Kind To My Mistakes", from a film called "Castaways" is a somewhat forgettable tune which sounds like it was probably a song left off of "Hounds Of Love", as "I'm Still Waiting" sound like it was recorded, and left off of (for good reason), this latest album.

"Ken", from a comic strip film (?) called "G.L.C." is a power anthem about a guy named Ken, who apparently is the head of the G.L.C., whatever that is. Aside from a nice primal scream at the beginning, there is nothing inspired in this piece.

The collection closes with an instrumental mix of "The Sensual World". Not too bad, especially because they mix in that "Mmmmmmm... yes" towards the end.

Now excuse me for a few minutes. :)

Evolver | 2/5 |

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