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Listen to the long-awaited Kate Bush album here

Listen to the long-awaited Kate Bush album here

Britain’s best-loved musical luminary, Kate Bush, returns this week with her long-awaited new album. Having been out of the musical spotlight for the past twelve years the album marks an exciting new stage in the career of one of pop’s most eccentric artists.

The two CD album ‘Aerial’ is released this week but uncut.co.uk has got the album in full for you to listen to now.

CD1 - 'A Sea Of Honey':

1. 'King Of The Mountain' -
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2. 'Pi' -
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3. 'Bertie' -
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4. 'Mrs Bartolozzi' -
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5. 'How To Be Invisible' -
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7. 'Joanni' -
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8. 'A Coral Room' -
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CD2 - 'A Sky Of Honey':

1. 'Prelude' -
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2. 'Prologue' -
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3. 'An Architects Dream' -
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4. 'The Painter's Link' -
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5. 'Sunset' -
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6. 'Aerial Tal' -
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7. 'Somewhere In Between' -
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8. 'Nocturn' -
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9. 'Aerial' -
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Uncut.co.uk has also got the video to new Kate Bush single, 'King Of The Mountain' here. Click on the links below to view.

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