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“Wuthering Heights” launched the nineteen year old Kate Bush into the international spotlight. It not only hit number one in the UK (making Bush the first female artist in the UK to reach number one with a self-written song), it also grabbed the number one spot in Australia, Italy, New Zealand, and Ireland. Further, the song made it into the top ten in Denmark, Belgium, Finland, The Netherlands, Norway, Sweden, Switzerland, and Spain.
“Wuthering Heights” remains one of Kate Bush’s most successful and beloved tracks. In 2016, Pitchfork named it number five on their list of the best two hundred songs of the 1970s. It was also foundational in helping Bush develop her interest and skills in music production. She has gone on to record ten studio albums, many of which she produced or co-produced herself. She has also received three Grammy nominations and in 2013, she was appointed as a Commander of the British Empire by Queen Elizabeth.
Bush’s relationship with the track was intensely personal. She had penned the song after discovering Emily Brontë’s famous mid-nineteenth century novel through a television broadcast of the BBC’s 1967 film adap…