New Kate Bush box set spells one of her classic album titles wrong

The super deluxe box set is out today (November 16)

A new £90 Kate Bush box set has spelt one of her classic album titles wrong on the sleeve.

An eagle-eyed fan, who runs a box set and reissue music site, spotted the error on Bush’s 1978 debut album ‘The Kick Inside’, which was misspelt ‘The Kick Insde’.

“Oops. This is pure hell, if your job was to check these. On the other hand a good reminder that you can read about Kate Bush inSDE,” he wrote. You can view the tweet below.

The super deluxe box set, which is released today (November 16), features the albums ‘The Kick Inside’ (1978), ‘Lionheart’ (1978), ‘Never For Ever’ (1980), ‘The Dreaming’ (1982), ‘Hounds Of Love’ (1985), ‘The Sensual World’ (1989) and ‘The Red Shoes’ (1993).

A further super deluxe box set will be released on November 30 featuring later albums ‘Aerial’ (2005), ‘Director’s Cut’ (2011) and ’50 Words For Snow’ (2011).

Meanwhile, a host of classic albums by the likes of Kate Bush, David Bowie, Amy Winehouse, Coldplay and Jimi Hendrix are also getting a super-limited reissue on blue vinyl in aid of Unicef.

Only 50 copies of each record will be available. One of them is available to bid on in an auction, as will a huge set of every record.

The remaining 48 copies will be available in a prize draw. Tickets are £5 and multiple entries can be purchased. You can find out more, and try and get your hands on copies of the record here.

The full list of releases is as follows:

David Bowie – ‘The Next Day’
Bring Me The Horizon – ‘That’s The Spirit’
Kate Bush – ‘The Sensual World’
King Crimson – ‘In the Court of the Crimson King’
Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds – ‘Skeleton Tree’
Coldplay – ‘A Head Full Of Dreams’
The Jimi Hendrix Experience – ‘Axis: Bold As Love’
Kasabian – ‘For Crying Out Loud’
Alicia Keys – ‘Songs In A Minor’
Bob Marley And The Wailers – ‘Catch A Fire’
Novelist – ‘Novelist Guy’
Ozzy Osbourne – ‘Diary Of A Madman’
Spice Girls – ‘Spice’
Paul Weller – ‘A Kind Revolution’
Robbie Williams – ‘Take The Crown’
Amy Winehouse – ‘Back To Black’

Unicef UK CEO Mike Penrose said: “We are so proud and excited to release this incredibly special collection of albums for Unicef’s Blue Vinyl, collaborating with some of the world’s best music talent to support children around the world.”