Kate Bush will release remastered versions of her entire album back catalogue on vinyl and CD in November.
This is the first - and also the definitive - programme of remastering undertaken by the 60-year-old artist and includes the release of many rarities and cover versions on both vinyl and CD formats for the first time.
The vinyl albums, which encompass the entirety of Bush’s studio work, will be released in four separate box sets, the first two on November 16 and the latter two on November 30.
The CD boxes will be staggered on the same dates, while the live album Before The Dawn is included in CD Box 2 in its original mastered form.
The albums, many of which have been unavailable on vinyl for a decade, have been remastered by Kate and record producer James Guthrie.
Her ten studio albums will be spread over three vinyl box sets, while the fourth box will contain many rarities previously unavailable on vinyl, including a disc entirely consisting of cover versions. The total number of vinyl discs is 18.
Kate Bush came to prominence in 1978 when the then 19-year-old topped the UK Singles Chart with her debut single Wuthering Heights, becoming the first female artist to achieve a UK number one with her own composition.
All of her studio albums reached the UK Top 10, with Never for Ever (1980), Hounds of Love (1985), and the compilation The Whole Story (1986) making it to number one.
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