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    In the seventies there used to be Roxy/Bowie nights at various clubs and venues, such was their popularity. We've had a lot of views on Roxy Music, but what about Bowie? I reckon Hunky Dory was the biggest steaming pile ever to be committed to vinyl. What do you think?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pigmy Pony View Post
    In the seventies there used to be Roxy/Bowie nights at various clubs and venues, such was their popularity. We've had a lot of views on Roxy Music, but what about Bowie? I reckon Hunky Dory was the biggest steaming pile ever to be committed to vinyl. What do you think?
    Now you really are talking rubbish, Hunky Dory is a classic, the beginning of Bowie creating characterisations which lead to Ziggy, Aladdin Sane etc.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pigmy Pony View Post
    In the seventies there used to be Roxy/Bowie nights at various clubs and venues, such was their popularity. We've had a lot of views on Roxy Music, but what about Bowie? I reckon Hunky Dory was the biggest steaming pile ever to be committed to vinyl. What do you think?
    I think you've been smoking too much cheap crack.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pigmy Pony View Post
    In the seventies there used to be Roxy/Bowie nights at various clubs and venues, such was their popularity. We've had a lot of views on Roxy Music, but what about Bowie? I reckon Hunky Dory was the biggest steaming pile ever to be committed to vinyl. What do you think?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pigmy Pony View Post
    In the seventies there used to be Roxy/Bowie nights at various clubs and venues, such was their popularity. We've had a lot of views on Roxy Music, but what about Bowie? I reckon Hunky Dory was the biggest steaming pile ever to be committed to vinyl. What do you think?
    One of my all time best albums tbh.

    Sorry you feel that way... Why do you feel that way? It's a great little album.

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    Got you going there! Hunky Dory is my all time favourite of any album, more so than my other favourites (Electric Ladyland, Wish You Were Here and even Ziggy Stardust). Nice to see Mr. Bowie has such a loyal following

    What's your favourite DB album?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pigmy Pony View Post
    Got you going there! Hunky Dory is my all time favourite of any album, more so than my other favourites (Electric Ladyland, Wish You Were Here and even Ziggy Stardust). Nice to see Mr. Bowie has such a loyal following

    What's your favourite DB album?

    What a pointless thread
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    Quote Originally Posted by WESTLOWER View Post
    What a pointless thread
    You're right Adam, it is. But in my defence I was bored with the Brexit thread bunfight and there wasn't much else happening. A better thread might have been "Would Bowie have voted to leave?"

    Feel free to post something more interesting, I haven't set the bar very high.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pigmy Pony;1091666u

    What's your favourite DB album?

    Station To Station is my favourite DB album

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    Quote Originally Posted by JimK View Post
    Station To Station is my favourite DB album
    Station to station is a great album. best track for me is Stay
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