All Bush 9 Albums
Released: May 13, 2002
If you are a true Bush fan, this is a DVD that you must own. The only drawback to this DVD would be that it makes you want more from them.
Released: Mar 10, 2017
Aspiring to make their post-grunge sound more contemporary, Bush include a lot more pop/EDM elements, but those additives do more harm than good.
Released: Nov 11, 1997
Odder than odd, this remix album removes much of what listeners closely associate as being what Bush is about (pop-Nirvana clones) and turns the focus onto the then-expected electronica craze.
Released: Oct 23, 2001
It doesn't sound hip or current in 2001 by any means, it sounds charmingly retro, as a matter of fact, sorta stuck in 1994, but it's better than most records in its vein.
Released: Oct 21, 2014
Gavin Rossdale recorded this album saying that it was written specifically to fit into the band's live show, and in Gavin's attempt to take what EDM shows do for live audiences and do it with his particular brand of post-grunge.
Released: Nov 19, 1996
Every song fits with the songs around it, holding the CD together as a whole here.
Released: Oct 26, 1999
They're undoubtedly sincere and have delivered a professional record, but once The Science of Things is finished it fades away, since it has neither the emotional nor musical substance to make a lasting impact.
Released: Sep 13, 2011
Bush released their first album since "Golden State" in 2001.