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Kate Bush


Crossover Prog

4.10 | 334 ratings

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3 stars Bush continues in creating another record of sophisticated pop with greatest level of experimentation so far and inspiration from Asian world music, mainly Japanese. The most progressive part of the record continues to be advanced and irregular rhythm patterns with progressive rock textures without losing accessibility. Singing is quite good and varied. "Sat in your lap" is a bit symphonic melodic track. "There goes a tenner" is a new-wave inspired song with a bit experimental vocals. "Pull out the pin" explores a bit of Japanese sounds while "Leave it open" has an interesting synth background with quite experimental flow - the most progressive song on the album. The title track offers Japanese electronic beats and little catchiness. "All the love" is a sublime ballad, stripped of layers of keyboards and focusing on bare piano with a delicious bass lines. 3.5 stars
sgtpepper | 3/5 |


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