Hunky Dory is David Bowie's 4th studio album originally released 1971 by RCA Records. Compared to the guitar-driven hard rock sound of The Man Who Sold the World, Bowie opted for a warmer, more melodic piano-based pop rock and art pop style on Hunky Dory.
The tale traces through Melanie's debut album Cry Baby, a collection of pop songs that draw inspiration from singer-songwriter folk and hip-hop and follow a character who learns to be more comfortable with who she is.
By Beth Bowles. Published Oct 27, 2017. The solo project of Modern Baseball's Jake Ewald, Slaughter Beach, Dog, is back for a second full-length album. On Birdie, Ewald abandons his the pop-punk roots and adopts a new style.