One more for today then?... Deeper Understanding (Director's Cut) 4.9 Highest Score: 9.5 x 1 @CasuallyCrazed Lowest score: 0 x 1 @Untitled @DominoDancing - 8 I know what Kate Bush was going for with that chorus vocals, but that doesn't make enjoy them. This version also goes on a bit too long. Still a very good track, obviously. @OspreyQueen - 7 I’m on the fence about this one. I really like the extended outro and the somewhat more stripped-back instrumental, and while I’m still not sure what I think about Bertie’s version of the chorus I do like the way it sounds more overtly technological than the original. But Kate’s new vocals leave a lot to be desired, and those ad-libs where she tries to imitate dial-up sounds are frankly humiliating. @djmakemewet - 5 I miss the more empathetic voice of the computer – I see what Kate was going for with the Autotune and I don't hate it, but it's definitely worse than the original in my opinion. More egregious for me though is the meandering outro with the harmonica. I don't feel it adds anything and doesn't let the song breathe in the same way that 'Flower of the Mountain' or 'Song of Solomon' do. @confess85 - 3 Terrible autotuned vocals. @Seventeen Days - 3 Kate, oh honey no. You completely sapped the life out of this one with those horrible vocoded vocals. This track is just awful. @nametag - 3 Her worst single. @sfmartin - 1 Lets be honest, it's a disaster. Everything about it is wrong. When I first heard this as the introduction to the directors project I was baffled. I mean i hate to say it but she sounds terrible throughout. I gave it some more points to begin with because I thought I remembered her salvaging the song towards the end but the harmonica mess is just awful. Every choice she made on this reinterpretation was the wrong one. @ohnoitisnathan - 1 Are you lonely? Are you lost? This re-working of a decent track from 1989 with awful vocodered Bertie bits is definitely *not* a must! @Untitled - 0 I feel desecrated. .