Kate Bush set to re-enter UK album chart following comeback appearances
Eleven of the singer's albums are on track to re-enter the top 100
Kate Bush is on track to re-enter the UK album charts again following her comeback shows in London.
Eleven of the singer’s past albums are set to enter the Official Albums Chart top 100 this Sunday after a rise in sales following her gigs at the Hammersmith Apollo .
Bush’s greatest hits collection The Whole Story, which originally reached number one on its release in 1986, is currently set to chart at the highest position at number eight, according to record sales from the Official Charts Company.
The singer’s 1985 classic Hounds of Love is currently second at number 14, followed by her latest studio album 2011’s 50 Words For Snow at number 32.
Outside of the top 40, The Sensual World (1989), The Red Shoes (1993), Never For Ever (1980), The Dreaming (1982), Director’s Cut (2011) Lionheart (1978) and Aeriel are due to enter the top 100.
Bush performed her first of 22 concerts at the Hammersmith Eventim Apollo last night after 35 years away from the limelight.
The concert has received positive reviews across the board, with The Independent’s Andy Gill describing Bush’s comeback as “the most ambitious piece of theatrical pop ever seen on a British stage”.
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