And currently the biggest selling album in Tower Records Dublin is… By Seán On 1 June 2011 In Charts, Director's Cut (album), Kate Bush news Previous Kate enters the GLOBAL album chart at number 7!! Next Dublin Gazette reviews Director’s Cut “a wonderful thing” 4 Comments Add Comment → Collin Kelley Yay! On another note, I’m thrilled to see a Tower Records still operating somewhere. When the one in Piccadilly Circus in London closed, a bit of my soul went with it. 2 June 2011 Reply ARoseGrowingOld Yes Sean, I bet it took a while to move them all up to No.1 and swap the stickers around… Seriously, that is a good sight to see – seeing the album at No. 2 in my local HMV cheered me, esp when I saw at least 3 people walk up and take a copy – inc one couple who even did the whole ‘ooh, Kate Bush, haven’t listened to her in ages – oh, we must buy that’ routine. 2 June 2011 Reply Pat Gleeson Great ! Tower is my favourite record store in Dublin . 3 June 2011 Reply Harry Horton The album Director’s Cut looks like it is selling well in Ireland. I was wondering how Kate Bush’s sheet music sells though. Or how important is it in the commercial vein of things, these days alongside CDs and albums. The reason I ask, Would this web site display the sheet music of her songs, the actual writing of her songs to copy off from. I would love to play some of her music on piano by copying it off the internet. But I guess that is asking too much. I’ll have to find a music store for the sheet music. Perhaps. 15 June 2011 Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.