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David Bowie-Hunky Dory ***** Hunky Dory by David Bowie is easily the best lyricly written album of all time!
Without doubt Bowie's finest hour as a songwriter, Hunky Dory was - and remains - one of the best albums ever recorded.
Its got an amazingly calming start before building into a powerful, heartfelt song - the chorus is really moving.
Some classic Bowie. I didn't know "Life on Mars" was from this album until a piano player at one of my local haunts pointed it out to me.Published 3 months ago by theodore f. cornwell
I bought this as a gift for someone who really wanted it, so any rating information I might give is totally bogus. It seemed to have made them happy, so I assume it's good.Published 6 months ago by UrBiggestFan
This has always been my favorite Bowie album. Life on Mars? Kooks, Queen Bitch, and Oh you pretty things are some of the best on the album, though it's all good. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Amazon Customer
I had this on vinyl when I was younger and it got played to death and back.
When I got a CD player I bought the disc but never got round to listening. Read more
This song is a harbinger to the End of rock and a rise in self indulgence. The Finest In Rock and Roll.Published 11 months ago by Blair Frank
Where do I start with this album. Its honestly my new favorite and simply an unbelieveable find. If you are looking for something new and great this is it. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Leslie Pratt
After scoring an instant hit album with The Man Who Sold The World that have
proved to be a compelling and startling success, David Bowie had scored another
equally... Read more
This album, along with the Man Who Sold the World, is a great, creative time for Bowie. This is one of my favorites of his work.Published 15 months ago by Scott Cochran
Luckily, it was not a god awful small affair. I can now turn and face the strange, a couple of kooks.....you get the idea. A great cd, and a good shopping experience. Thank YouPublished 16 months ago by Ron Hock
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|The sex pistols are real punk rock, why do people these days think pop...||
What on earth made you think Bowie fans would be interested in a screed against pop-punk and emo? If you want to whine about this stuff, why not do it on a Good Charlotte CD, Green Day, Dashboard etc. People here probably don't care one way or the other...
Nov 27, 2006 by Greg Brady | See all 7 posts
|The 1999 LP or CD called "hours..." is NOT listed!!!!||
Yes it is. It is number 15.
Jul 20, 2009 by Husejin Dervic | See all 7 posts
|THIS GUY IS A DISCO CROSSDRESSER! why is this pop junk listed under punk...||
You are a damn idiot. THIS particular Bowie album was not punk, I agree. However your bashing of him has no place here. Ziggy Stardust is THE album more responsible for punk rock than any other record in history. Music historians agree. Bowie may not be everything...but he was ORIGINAL, and... Read More
Aug 11, 2006 by Ellen S. Lipham | See all 17 posts