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      • 1. Flower Of The Mountain (Originally Titled The Sensual World)
      • 2. Song Of Solomon
      • 3. Lily
      • 4. Deeper Understanding
      • 5. The Red Shoes
      • 6. This Woman's Work
      • 7. Moments Of Pleasure
      • 8. Never Be Mine
      • 9. Top Of The City
      • 10. And So Is Love
      • 11. Rubberband Girl

      Director's Cut is the ninth studio album by English singer and songwriter Kate Bush that she released in May 2011. It contains no new material: it is only made up of songs from her earlier albums The Sensual World and The Red Shoes which have been remixed and restructured, three of which were re-recorded completely. Remastered & repressed on 180g vinyl!

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