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Queen Bitch - David Bowie - Hunky Dory (CD, Album)

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  1. It is amazing to think Rick Wakeman collaborated with so many great artists like Bowie and even Strawbs but Hunky Dory has to be one of David Bowie's finest albums. The first album released through RCA and it has some of his finest most notorious tracks like the opener Changes and the masterful Life On Mars/5(22).
  2. As Bowie returns with a new album, The Next Day, it seems fitting to delve back into the Uncut archives to celebrate the career of a man who has constantly redefined pop music. In Part 2 of this.
  3. Discogs is a music database that includes more than million. This is a list of the most popular albums, in all formats, from the site, ie the albums that the most members have in their collections. The #1 album is in the collection of more than , members worldwide.
  4. A year later, the artist released his next album Hunky Dory which included hits such as “Song For Bob Dylan”, “Andy Warhol” and “Queen Bitch”. In , the album The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the spiders from Mars revolutionised the rock music scene. Dressed in wild costumes, he performed on stage as his character Stardust.
  5. Find David Bowie discography, albums and singles on AllMusic. Find David Bowie discography, albums and singles on AllMusic Album Rock Art Rock Contemporary Pop/Rock Experimental Rock Glam Rock Hard Rock Proto-Punk Blue-Eyed Soul Dance-Rock. Hunky Dory: Atlantic / Elektra / Parlophone / Rhino / Warner Music ().
  6. On a personal note, my 2 favorite Bowie albums are Ziggy Stardust and Hunky Dory. Bowie was still trying to find his niche, but I suppose Hunky Dory is my favorite. Some gems on this album, Changes, Life on Mars, Queen Bitch, Kooks and The Bewlay Brothers. I'm sure that David Bowie fans will almost certainly have this album in their collection/5().
  7. Hunky Dory is the fourth album by David Bowie. Tracklist Changes, Oh! You Pretty Things, Eight Line Poem, Life on Mars?, Kooks, Quicksand, Fill Your Heart, Andy Warhol, Song for Bob Dylan, Queen Bitch, The Bewlay Brothers.

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