Kate Bush, they say, is like Marmite, you either love or hate her work. This album, however, gives some middle ground. It's as accessible as her best selling Hounds of Love , but more complex,personal and lasting. The James Joyce inspired title track is possibly her best ever. However I think this album will be mostly remembered for the sublime "This Woman's Work"...worth the money on its own. Other worthy notables include "The Fog" and "Never be Mine" layered to perfection, and deeply evocative. "Reaching Out" and " Rocket's Tail" see Kate hit the high notes for the old fans and "Heads were Dancing" mentions Hilter! "Deeper Understanding" inspired Prince...What more could you want? Fantastic album. 10/10.