Long before music singles reach our ears as digital releases on Spotify or as videos on YouTube, they were originally released on so-called 45s, i.e. on small vinyl records, along with one more track and later, as CD single.
The last, “forgotten” single format was chosen by the Kate Bush to re-release it “Running Up That Hill”, her part, that is, which from the moment it was heard in its fourth season “Stranger Things” not long ago, it has not stopped being heard everywhere since then, but also breaking one record after another, after its unprecedented success.
“Running Up That Hill” was the lead single from Bush’s album “Hounds of Love” which was released in 1985, and in its single version, it was then released on vinyl, with the track b-side “Under The Ivy”.
Now 37 years since his first release, ‘Running Up That Hill’ so it circulates on CD single and in fact, this is the first time the song is released in this format. In this, the b-side of the original release will be included.
So those of you who have a CD player, hurry up.
With information from Consequence of Sound.