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Kate Bush's The Dreaming and Yoko Ono's Yoko Ono/Plastic Ono Band are two of the albums featured in our Records That Changed Our Lives series Photo Illustration by Estefania Mitre/NPR/Getty Images hide caption

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Records That Changed Our Lives: How Kate Bush and Yoko Ono challenged us

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Occasionally, a woman artist will make it her mission to speak as the monster others fear her to be, turning shame into strength. That's the power of Kate Bush's The Dreaming. Renee Klahr/NPR; Getty Images; Courtesy of EMI Records hide caption

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Kate Bush, Radiohead and Sister Rosetta Tharpe are all first-time Rock Hall nominees. Evening Standard/Getty Images, Danny Clinch, Chris Ware/Getty Images hide caption

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Kate Bush discusses her new album, Director's Cut, on today's World Cafe. Courtesy of the artist. hide caption

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Kate Bush On World Cafe

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Seen here in September 1980, Kate Bush has long been wildly popular in the UK, but she's never enjoyed the same success in the United States. Chas Sime/Getty Images hide caption

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Kate Bush Returns with 'Aerial'

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