|1. Symphony In Blue|
|2. In Search Of Peter Pan|
|4. Don't Push Your Foot On The Heartbrake|
|5. Oh England My Lionheart|
|6. Full House|
|7. In The Warm Room|
|8. Kashka From Baghdad|
|9. Coffee Homeground|
|10. Hammer Horror|
Coffee Homeground is another song about murder ,its 19th century atmosphere is amzingly produced and nowhere else is Kate Bush's voice more eerie.
Oh England My lionheart is a true classic in both lyrics and performance.You can actually feel the aching in Kate's voice as she vows her love for her country.In the hands of any other artist this song could have been a syrupy mishmash but with Kate Bush,it's a strong declaration of love without being aggressively patriotic.
Kashka from Baghdad is a sympathetic story of 2 gay men who even though shunned by their friends and families for being gay don't care because as the landlady can clearly see every night under the moonlight,they are deeply in love and obviously oblivious to what the world thinks of them.You can hear in Kate's voice her longing to join them.I find this to be typical of Kate's sensual persona.
And by the way ,Kate has always tackled taboo subjects long before it became fashionable to do so.How many of you know that the song "Moving" from The Kick Inside is about orgasm??
That Feel of secrets in the garden and whispers in your sleep.
The smell of coffee and dusty attics and female eroticism...