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Kate Bush: First New Album in Six Years

Singer's ninth record is titled '50 Words for Snow'

September 12, 2011 8:50 AM ET
Kate Bush in London.
Kate Bush in London.
Fiona Hanson/Tim Graham Picture Library/Getty Images

British songwriter Kate Bush will release 50 Words for Snow, her second record this year, on November 21st. The album, her first collection of new material since Aerial came out in 2005, will include only seven songs, but will clock in around 65 minutes. Bush's previous record from this year, Director's Cut, was a set of reworked songs from her albums The Sensual World and The Red Shoes.

Bush has not been especially prolific in the past two decades. 50 Words for Snow is only her second record of new songs to be released since she put her career on hold to focus on her family in the early
Nineties.

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Here is the full track listing for Kate Bush's 50 Words for Snow:

"Snowflake"
"Lake Tahoe"
"Misty"
"Wildman"
"Snowed in at Wheeler Street"
"50 Words for Snow"
"Among Angels"

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