With her swooping, dramatic voice, second-wave art rocker Kate Bush was a major influence on a generation of rocking sopranos like Tori Amos and Sarah McLachlan. The multi-talented Bush had her first No. 1 hit in Britain ("Wuthering Heights") while she was still a teenager. With each new record, she took more chances, and the spirit of experimentation led to her breakthrough work, 1985's HOUNDS OF LOVE. An incredibly diverse set, it featured everything from epic, beat-driven rock to Celtic folk and experimental sound collage.