All of Kate Bush’s studio albums are being remastered for the first time

Many of Bush's albums have been unavailable on vinyl for at least a decade

Kate Bush is releasing remastered versions of her entire album back catalogue on vinyl and CD.

The collection, which is available to buy in November, also features some rare tracks that have never been pressed on vinyl. In total, 18 vinyl discs will make up the complete collection.

Bush’s discography on vinyl will be split into four boxsets. ‘Remastered in Vinyl I’ includes her debut number 1 album, ‘Wuthering Heights’, as well as ‘Lionheart’, ‘Never For Ever’ and ‘The Dreaming’.


‘Remastered in Vinyl II’ includes ‘The Sensual World’, ‘Hounds Of Love’ and ‘The Red Shoes’. The third boxset features ‘Aerial’, ’50 Words For Snow’ and ‘Director’s Cut’.

‘Remastered in Vinyl IV’ comprises a double-sided album of rare tracks, remixes, and an album of covers including Elton John’s ‘Candle in the Wind’ and Marvin Gaye’s ‘Sexual Healing’.

On CD, ‘Kate Bush: Remastered’ is divided into two bundles: part one and part two. The second release includes  the original mastering of her live album, ‘Before The Dawn’.

The first two vinyl collections and the first CD bundle are released on November 16. The final two vinyl boxsets and the CD equivalent are released on November 30. The two CD remasters are priced at £59.99, with the vinyl versions each being £89.99. Pre-order here.

How To Be Invisible, a book of lyrics selected by Bush, will be published on December 6.