First released in 1983 and includes the single "Motorway City", "Sonic Attack", "Brainstorm" and "Social Alliance". 'Zones' was the album that returned Hawkwind to the UK Top 50 and re-established them as a major force in the rock world. With special guest Michael Moorcock.
Stonking live show from London's Astoria just after Christmas 2000. Featuring Brock, House, Chadwick, Blake, Kniveton, Richards, Bainbridge and Tree and with special appearances by Michael Moorcock (by satellite from Texas), Jez Huggett and Captain Rizz. Plenty of the usual live favourites here (Levitation, Angels of Death, Motorway City, Hurry On Sundown, Spirit of The Age). Some of us were at this show, and we can certainly vouch for the fact that it rocks - and then some !
Remastered and repackaged issue of the 1988 studio album from Dave Brock and his merry band of cosmic warriors. Largely under-rated on release, this has since been regarded as one of the classic releases from the Eighties.
"We're gonna do something really 'eavy now. Fall on top of you. . . " A slightly cut-above Hawkwind compilation here, packaged in a clam box with an eight page booklet, featuring (for once!) high quality concert recordings spread over two discs- the first containing material taken from the Watchfield Festival 1975 and the infamous 'Atomhenge' tour 1976 (Bristol), and the second from Stonehenge (where else) and Queens Hall, Barnstaple in 1977. In other words, the CALVERT era!!! The band's finest period and most creative run (don't forget, Nik Turner appears on the first disc too), and one they still haven't bettered. Disc 3 is a DVD interview with 'Doctor' Dave Brock himself, recorded in 2002, and quite frank and candid it is too. A fascinating package, no relation to the other 'Welcome To The Future' ( unofficial 4CD release later known as 'Entire And Infinite Universe Of').
This CD, previously known as Weird Tapes 7, collects a whole bunch of demos from Dave Brock. He plays all the instruments here and early versions of tracks to later grace the Hawkwind stage include "First Landing On Medusa," "Choose Your Masques," "Circles" and many more.
The final and long-awaited volume in the officially sanctioned 'Weird Tapes' series, long awaited by all fans. Not only does this include material from the classic 'Space Ritual' lineup, but it also features the earliest known recordings to exist anywhere of Dave Brock- from the days when he busked outside Stones gigs and accompanied chartbusting one-man-band Don Bradshaw of 'Rosie' fame on tour. Well, we'll be jiggered.
Live cuts from two seminal years with musicians including Turner, Calvert, Rudolph, Shaw, House, King and Powell - all overseen by Dave Brock and including tracks such as "Brainstorm," "Assassins Of Allah," "Forge Of Vulcan," "Where Are They Now" and more.
More live groovy tripped up and out space rock from the masters of the genre. This 1978 showcase features the Brock/Calvert/Swindells/Bainbridge/Griffin line-up and includes "Spirit Of The Age,","Death Trap","Urban Guerilla," "Steppenwolf," "Micro Man" and others.
Formerly known as Weird Tapes 3, this compiles live tracks from the 1977 Stonehenge Free Festival and 1975 Watchfield Festival. The latter features Nik Turner and Paul Rudolph, whilst the Bob Calvert led 'Henge sat includes "Damnation Alley," "High Rise" and "Uncle Sam's On Mars."
Five live tracks from the Spirit Of The Age 1977 tour and three 1978 studio tracks from The Hawklords. Featured cuts include "Quark, Strangeness & Charm," "Valium 10," "Welcome To The Future" and "Masters Of The Universe" and musicians include Bob Calvert, Simon House and Steve Swindells.
Superb quality live album recorded partly at the last Stonehenge Free Festival of 1984. Including Ginger Baker on drums, this is a fine musical and social document that captures the spirit of the last year of that great festival. Tracks include "Levitation", "Space Chase" and "Stonehenge Decoded".
Here is the no-holds barred story of Hawkwind, the legendary ensemble that came out of London's 60's counterculture, survived three decades as a truly underground band and invented Space Rock. This heavy hardback book has 546 pages and includes numerous photos of the band from the late '60's to the present day. Featuring interviews with virtually all band members including Dave Brock Nik Turner and Lemmy plus an extensive discography, this is pretty much the essential book on this great band. A VERY SPECIAL PRICE FOR A LIMITED PERIOD (Cover price £19.95!)
Brand new studio album from the mighty Wind that contains 10 tracks including a re-working of "Spirit of the Age" (featuring newsreader/presenter Matthew Wright on vocals). Other highlights include "Angela Android" which features the vocal talents of one Lene Lovich- yes, that Lene Lovich- and the brilliant "Letter To Robert" (dedicated to Mr Calvert). Otherwise the lineup is: Dave Brock, Alan Davey, Richard Chadwick (the most consistent member other than Brock, having remained since 1990), Jez Huggett on saxes and new keyboardist Jason Stuart. Their first full studio album since 1998's 'Distant Horizons' and possibly their best since at least 'Space Bandits' in 1990.
Tracks culled from the vaults of United Artists records in England. This CD feat rare singles, live track & different mixes, all re-mastered from the original tapes.1. Urban Guerilla 2. The Psychedelic Warlords (Disappear In Smoke) (Single Version) 3. Brainbox Pollution 4. Seven By Seven (Remixed Version) 5. Paradox (Live At Edmonton Sundown) (Remixed Single Edit) 6. Silver Machine (Original Single Version) 7. You'd Better Believe It (Live At Edmonton Sundown) (Single Version Edit) 8. Lord Of Light 9. The Black Corridor (Live At Liverpool )10. Space Is Deep (Live At Liverpool )11. Earth Calling (Live At London) 12. Born To Go (Live At The Roundhouse London) (Edit)13. Down Through The Night (Live At London) 14. The Awakening (Live At Liverpool )15. You Shouldn't Do That (Live)
Attention!! This is your Captain speaking. . .The first new Hawkwind single since 1992's excellent almost-hit 'Right To Decide' (subsequent 90s albums lacked a single release) and a bit of an odd one, as it came about as the result of a 'bet' between bandleader Dave Brock and TV presenter Matthew Wright, who claimed he could recite the late great Bob Calvert's stream-of-consciousness rambling from the classic (some might say peerless) 1977 original verbatim (Well, so can I! - Jealous Freak Employee) and was subsequently asked to do so on record. This is the full-length live version of the track, which also features Wright, and will be released simultaneously with the Radio Edit on CD1. The single prefaces the forthcoming album 'Take Me To Your Leader', hailed as their finest for over a decade, and also features a live version of 'Paradox'- a track originally released on 'Hall Of The Mountain Grill' in 1974, but appearing in a very different style here. These tracks are unavailable anywhere else, so have your money and cards at the ready!!
Attention!! This is your Captain speaking. . .The first new Hawkwind single since 1992's excellent almost-hit 'Right To Decide' (subsequent 90s albums lacked a single release) and a bit of an odd one, as it came about as the result of a 'bet' between bandleader Dave Brock and TV presenter Matthew Wright, who claimed he could recite the late great Bob Calvert's stream-of-consciousness rambling from the classic (some might say peerless) 1977 original verbatim (Well, so can I! - Jealous Freak Employee) and was subsequently asked to do so on record. This is Disc 1, featuring the radio edit, plus live versions of 'Angela Android' (the album track which features Lene Lovich on vocals, although this version is sung by drummer Richard Chadwick) and 'Assassins Of Allah' (aka 'Hassan I Sabha') recorded at the London Astoria in December 2004. Neither of these tracks will appear anywhere else in this form, so snap 'em up!!!NOW DELETED WE HAVE 2 COPIES LEFT.
First new album of the New Millenium from the timeless British kings of sci-fi trip-rock. Dave Brock has added a whole host of new shipmates this time around, but the end result is still as you'd expect - a smorgasbord of guitars, synths, samples, violins etc all contributing to a mix of sometimes ambient trance, sometimes screaming space rock that all is indelibly stamped with that magic Hawkwind vibe.
Easily the best Hawkwind item since the multi fold digi paks from a EMI a few years back, this great CD documents the whole 1972 Brixton show in it's entirety, capturing the final night of the tour (from which some of the Space Ritual album was lifted) and all it's manic glory. The set includes some lavish packaging with a four fold digi-pak with unpublished 1972 photos on a fold out poster, a full colour ritual poster and a black & silver clam shell box. Over 63 minutes of digitally remastered brain damage with great sound quality. Very, very limited so be quick!- THIS IS NOW THE LAST COPY AS IT'S NOW BEEN DELETED AT THE SUPPLIER.
Hawkwind's first album of the 90's featured the return of Simon House and the first album with a female vocalist, Bridgett Wishart. Opening track "Images" has rightfully taken its place in the pantheon of classic 'Wind tracks. Remastered and repackaged reissue.
The legendary double album document of Hawkwind's mind frying 1972 Space Ritual tour. Now remastered and housed in a jewel box with the original packaging designs this is the bible for fans of space rock. Three bonus tracks including a killer version of "You Shouldn't Do That" removed from the original LP and the best sound ever! Blast Off!
One of Hawkwind's best albums on CD at last, first issued in 1981. Sonic spaced head attack with the classic title track (first released in its Calvert-fronted 'live' version on 'Space Ritual' some eight years previous) plus "Angels Of Death" (still in their live set today) "Rocky Paths" (featuring Huw Lloyd Langton on vocals) the gibbering, clucking "Psychosonia", Mooorcock's camp-as-a-row-of-tents rant 'Coded Languages' and more! Historically significant in the band's career as this was the album that gave them their rebirth in the NWOBHM. Either their last great album or their first 'decline' record (as it was the first to effectively rewrite old material) whichever way you wish to view it. Brilliant in parts, baffling in others. The nature of the 'Wind really!! - Running low on stock of this now.2 copies only
June 21st 1984, on a summer solstice day Hawkwind unleashed a milestone of a show on the historic site of Stonehenge (the last ever Stonehenge Free Festival) Cherry Red are celebrating the 20th Anniversary of this historic moment in space by releasing a full-length version of the event for the first time ever on DVD. The DVD release not only features the entire concert but also some beautiful shots of the festival site bathed in the morning light; time to drift away to the strains of the exclusive tracks "Stonehenge Decoded" and "Dawn" while enjoying the visuals of the holiest of all stones. Region 0 Pal disc.
As the title suggests, this is a collection of Seventies singles tracks from the space rock giants. Some of the B sides have not been collected on Cd before, so this is an essentail buy for 'Wind collectors.
Long overdue on CD, finally reissued 2005. This was the Hawks' third album with the charismatic Robert Calvert on lead vocals, part of a run of four perfect releases if one is to count the Hawklords' "25 Years On" album from 1978. This was recorded in late 1977 inbetween the 'Quark' sessions and the temporarily dissolution of Hawkwind, but released after Calvert had quit in 1979- hence the sleeve inscription 'This Is The Last But One' which referred to the fact that whilst a new release, it wasn't their latest album. The songs- some recorded live in soundchecks, some on the mobile console- are stylistically between the snarling, sniding punk/new wave leanings they had begun to adopt ('Death Trap' 'Robot' 'Jack Of Shadows'), trippy balladry ('High Rise' which was quoting Ballard years before Suede were even out of short trousers, 'Infinity') and the older, throbbing space rock of yore (the title track and 'Uncle Sam's On Mars' ) but with a lean, spiky sound that could have only come from the late Seventies. After this came the return of Huw Lloyd Langton, 'Shot Down In The Night' and their NWOBHM-instigated widdly period, but somehow Hawkwind never sounded quite so sprightly or rock'n'roll again. Worth having.Includes bonus material from the Michael Moorcock "New Worlds Fair Album".
Chronicling the 1990 Space Bandits tour, this remastered and repackaged live release includes such favourites as "Time We Left," "Damnation Alley" and "Void Of Golden Light." A fine entry to the last decade of the 20th Century.
Live material compilation (Cambridge/Roundhouse) from early to mid 70's from the NMC/Pilot stablem, which serves as a great introduction to the novice as well as the completes. Features "Space","Orgone Accumulator","Sonic Attack", "Brainstorm","Master of the Universe","Hurry on Sundown", "Paranoia", and the brilliant "Seven by Seven"
This is your captain speaking....Another in the annals of great unearthed live Hawkrecordings for all you Hawklords and Hawklordettes, this time from 1972 which means it features none other than the great Robert Calvert himself and of course Lemmy!! Similar to that year's "Space Ritual" and featuring tracks such as "Master Of The Universe","Upside Down",7x7, "Sonic Attack" and more. We believe you know the drill, but just in case you don't, remember- 'there will be bleedings from orifices'.This is a different night to the Ritual recordings and venue - Recorded at Edmonton 30/12/72.
Recorded Live at the Gaumont Theatre, Ipswich during the 1984 tour which included in the line up Nik Turner, Dave Brock, Huw Lloyd Langton, Dead Fred, Harvey Bainbridge, and Clive Deamor this is classic '80's Free Festival Hawkwind. The band were promoting the recent release of the Zones album and Choose your Masques. Region 0 PAL.
Twelve tracks spanning the band's period with Flicknife in the early '80s and including the indie chart topper "Motorhead" and hit single "Night Of The Hawks". These mainly single tracks are available on CD for the first time.
Mid 70's mayhem space rock from the freaky masters of the genre. Tracklisting comprising of the original studio tracks is 'Master Of The Universe' , ' Brainstorm', 'Sonic Attack', 'Orgone Accumulator', 'Its So Easy' and 'Lost Johnny'.
Thirteen track compilation from the Kings of Space Rock put together by Total Rock radio. Interesting for the inclusion of previously unreleased versions of "Love In Space" and "Lighthouse" plus the original single versions of "Silver Machine" and "Lord Of Light".
We have obtained a few copies of this now deleted interesting U.S. compilation that includes the following material "Lord of Light (live at Liverpool Stadium 1972), " Seven by Seven" [single mix; 7" b-side of ("Silver Machine"), "Paradox" [single mix], "You'd Better Believe It" [single mix],"The Right Stuff", "Ejection" Calvert original mixes,and a bonus track by Nik Turner, "The Weighing of the Heart And Negative Confession" (travel mix).
Now with full DTS surround sound, this is a masterful set accompanied by a stunning stageshow & enhanced by guest appearances. Features 'Lives of Great Men', 'Ejection', 'Night of the Hawks' & the bonus 'Quark Strangeness & Charm' featuring Robert Calvert. PAL/Region 0
Last copies of this historic set recorded in 1973 at the Empire Pool Wembley. This is 40 minutes worth of their set from that evening and includes a brilliant version of "Urban Guerilla" alongside "Sonic Attack", "In the Egg","Silver Machine" and more. Lot's of Calvert's rants have been left in which makes for great entertainment. This disc includes a 3D animated cover movie for your P.C. all housed in a digi pak.We have found 2 copies
Not only do you get the full live version of the classic "Chronicle Of The Black Sword" tour from 1986, based on the Michael Moorcock books, but also on this special edition double pack is a bonus disc featuring 14 tracks from another eight 70's and 80's albums. There's nothing unreleased included, but it's a nifty collection that's sure to sell out fast.
Not only does this double CD contain the whole Nottingham's 1990 show but also the audio track from the bands TV appearance on "Bedrock" which was a freaked out performance of Hawkwinds unique acid space rock. Packed with great pictures and sleeve notes full of anecdotes this long awaited release is finally available!
What Hawkwind fan would not want this 2 CD set that contains the Lemmy and Del Dettmar line up regarded by many as the best. Recorded on the bands huge 1974 U.S. tour it includes "Seven By Seven","Standing On The Edge","It's So Easy","Brainbox Pollution","You Know You're Only Dreaming","D-Rider""The Watcher"(where Lemmy sings),"You'd Better Believe It","Psychedelic Warlords" and more. Excellent 12 page colour booklet with period photographs
Remastered reissue of the 1980 release which was part of Tim Blake's first sojourn into the realms of the Hawkwind family after leaving Gong. Plenty of classic tracks here including "Spirit Of The Age," "Brainstorm" and "Silver Machine." Nice gatefold packaging too.
This is an edited version of the now-deleted double live album "The 1999 Party", recorded at The Chicago Auditorium in 1974, and features the Lemmy and Del Dettmar line up regarded by many as the best. Recorded on the bands huge 1974 U.S. tour
First released in 1993, this remastered and repackaged album saw the band embracing new technologies and textures within their musical output - even dabbling with techno ambient soundscapes. Still plenty around for the rockers though, including their own inimitable version of "Gimme Shelter."
Reissue of classic 1980 album, remastered in gatefold sleeve and with extra sleeve notes. Including the tracks "Motorway City," "World of Tiers," and "Who's Gonna Win The War" this was regarded at the time as a fine return to form for the spacerock giants. Features Ginger Baker on drums and Tim Blake on synths.....A mushroom album all the way!
A unique collection of Hawkwind material that spans the length of their extraordinary career from the 1969 demo of "Hurry On Sundown" through to live recordings from one of their many starring appearances at Stonehenge. Cream's Ginger Baker and Motorhead's Lemmy are just two of the many celebrities featured. Classic stuff.
The essential Hawkwind album from 1971 that invented Space Rock. Mind blowing psychedelic rock with a tribal sci-fi feel that defined a genre and a free festival lifestyle. Includes "You Shouldn't Do That" "Master Of The Universe" "Adjust Me" and other greats.
Brand new (1998) album from the Hawklords that was only available in the USA! Featuring a new crew this time around, including the incomparable Captain Rizz (known to some fans as 'Captain Bastard'), this is a mixture of live and studio tracks and includes all the usual spaced out sci-fi wizardry.
The essential Hawkwind album from 1971 that invented Space Rock. Mind blowing psychedelic rock with a tribal sci-fi feel that defined a genre and a free festival lifestyle. Includes "You shouldn't Do That" "Master Of The Universe" "Adjust Me" the brilliant "We Took The Wrong Step" and other greats. Thick booklet includes (in bookform) all of the original inserts, loads of information and has 3 bonus tracks! Pass the chillum again!
German edition of this classic debut from one of the UK's best space rock bands that not only includes the timeless "Hurry On Sundown" but also lengthy space rock classics such as "Mirror Of Illusion", "Paranoia" and "Seeing It As You Really Are". Class
The legendary debut album from 1970 that not only includes the timeless "Hurry On Sundown" but also lengthy space rock classics such as "Mirror Of Illusion" and "Seeing It As You Really Are" This lavish remastered version includes the original packaging design, photos, memorabilia and in depth notes plus four bonus tracks and detailed booklet. Fabulous.
Its makes sense that the ultimate festival band should actually have there own festival.. And here it is.. An all-star lineup, including collaborators from side projects, some dating back to Dave Brock's busker roots, take to the stage to produce what has become an astounding double CD set that features numbers by the likes of Spacehead and Astralasia.
5th album from 1975 and another classic. Kicking off with "The Psychedelic Warlords (Disappear In Smoke" the album continues it's cosmic ride through dimensions of time and space with "Wind Of Change" "You'd Better Believe It" and the title track. Booklet features photos, memorabilia and original artwork whilst CD has five extra tracks!
Amongst a new batch of archive recordings from the legendary UK space-rockers, this CD captures the Glastonbury Travellers' Field performance from 1990. Featuring the vocals of Bridget Wishart with the Brock, Davey, Bainbridge, Chadwick line-up, the CD includes storming versions of "Angels Of Death", "Golden Void", "Ejection", and "Shouldn't Do That" amongst others.
Continuing the Hawkwind 'Friends & Relations' series, this is the first UK release of Cosmic Travellers. 75 minutes of music that centres around the mighty Hawkwind, introducing bands from the USA alongside The Hawklords themselves. Most of the tracks have never been released on CD before.
Hawkwind and related rarities culled from the vaults of Flicknife Records. Features Harvey Bainbridge, Robert Calvert, Lloyd Langton and Michael Moorcock's Deep Fix , as are lesser known cohorts like Atom God and Underground Zero. Though top slot as always, goes to the mighty Hawkwind.
From the band's time with Flicknife comes this 16 track collection that includes spin-off recordings by the likes of Robert Calvert, Michael Moorcock, Dave Brock and Hawkwind Zoo, including many hard to find 45s appearing on CD for the first time.
Interesting and historically important collection of various solo projects and bands formed by Hawkwind members during the Seventies. Bands include Paradogs, Little Big Men and Ron Tree as well as some excellent Dave Brock solo tracks.
3 CD set housed ina large double CD case, with beautiful colour booklet, featuring rare photo's and artwork. A selection of album tracks and rare B sides, from Hawkwind's 30 Year career, make up the three CD's within. Unfortunately, if you are a Hawkwind fan, the beauty of this package alone, makes it an essential purchase.
Subtitled "The Ultimate Best Of", this superbly packaged disc contains 18 of the ultimate space rock classics (remastered) inc. "Silver Machine", "Master Of The Universe", "Urban Guerilla" etc. Also included are plenty of hard to find single mixes/edits including a new dance mix of "Silver Machine". Essential stuff!
First time on CD for some classic seventies bootlegs. Contains "Bring Me The Head Of Yuri Gagarin", "The Text Of Festival", "Masters Of The Universe" and "Space Ritual Volume 2". Four CD's worth of seminal space rock at its best and at what a bargain price!!! If you ever wondered what all the fuss was about this is a fine chance to find out. Pretty much the soundtrack to all those pre-Thatcher Free Festivals. Previously known as "Welcome To The Future".
Highly collectable reissue of the Hawkfan LP, with extra tracks, which brings together some obscure and rare Hawkwind and related material, including the complete Alan Davey "Elf" EP. Definitely one for you completists. Comes in a beautiful gatefold sleeve with inserts and has more tracks than the CD!!
Highly collectable reissue of the Hawkfan LP, with extra tracks which brings together some obscure and rare Hawkwind and related material, including the complete Alan Davey "Elf" EP. Definitely one for you completists....
1992 album from the lunched-out rockers that saw the band return to form. The album has now been remastered and repackaged and includes the later classics "LSD," "Space Dust" and "Right To Decide."We have located 3 copies of this deleted classic
Remastered version of the third album from 1972 and another masterpiece and genre defining release. Featuring "Brainstorm" "Space Is Deep" and "Time We Left This World Today" it's a trippied out space rock voyage to the edge of your mind. With the original packaging artwork reproduced in the booklet and four bonus tracks you can't go wrong with this disc !
From the 1982 tour of the same name, this double CD is chock full of classic space rock from the bombast of "Warriors At The Edge Of Time" and "Masters Of The Universe" to the more delicate "Magnu" and "Dream Worker". Timeless performances from a timeless band. (note this series continues as Weird Tapes)
Brock, King, Lloyd-Langton, Bainbridge and Blake bash out two live discs worth of goodies from 1979 which include "Spirit Of The Age," "Urban Guerilla," "New Jerusalem,","Light House", "PXR 5," "Masters Of The Universe","Brainstorm" and lots more. (note this series continues as Weird Tapes)
This is a fine quality digitally remastered recording of a gig from Cambridge in 1971, featuring lots of 'In Search of Space' era material, the Brock/Anderson/Ollis/Turner/Mik lineup, and renditions of early underground classics 'Hurry On Sundown','Paranoia','You Know you're Only Dreaming and more. . This is earth calling, your captain is dead, space is deep, etc etc..Killer stuff.
Nice live set from the Masters of The Universe themselves. Brock, Bainbridge, Davey, House & Chadwick in a UK TV performance from the late 1980's including "Golden Void," "Ejection," "Night Of The Hawks" and "Damnation Alley" amongst others. Region 0 PAL disc in stereo. NTSC Version also available Bargain Price!
Nice live set from the masters of The Universe themselves. Brock, Bainbridge, Davey, House & Chadwick in a UK TV performance from the late 1980's including "Golden Void," "Ejection," "Night Of The Hawks" and "Damnation Alley" amongst others. Region 0 NTSC disc in stereo. PAL Version also available
Amazing Hawkwind gig that is full of dark atmospheres and sorcery, based on the 'Elric' stories by Michael Moorcock.Performed at London's Hammersmith Odeon 1985. Extra footage and four bonus tracks with Michael Moorcock performing with the band plus the promo video of "Needlegun". Region 0 format PAL will play in all regions.
This eye catching show was filmed at the Preston Guildhall during the band's 1986 "Chaos" UK tour.Amongst the 10 featured tracks are fan favourites "Sonic Attack" and "Assassins of Allah", aka "Hassan I Sabha". Region 0 PAL Disc.
We have obtained a few copies on CD of this long deleted classic 1982 album. The sheer vision and energy of the songwriting and it's performance on record makes this their best '80's effort by a long stretch. This is largely becase of the return of Nik Turner and Huw Lloyd Langton's superb and quite frankly underrated guitar playing. A brilliant example of the group combining their electronic side with the metalic attack of old.LAST COPY THIS DELETED CD.
Most excellent live show recorded in Oakland in 1990. The band included Alan Davey, Harvey Bainbridge and Bridget Wishart, whilst featured tracks include "Ejection," "Brainstorm," "Reefer Madness" and "Assassins of Allah." A good chance to appreciate the power and majesty of the live show. Mahavishnu
2 CD set by the mighty Hawkwind captured at Canturbury Festival 2001that goes to prove that once again despite its age, Hawkwind remains a well-maintained spaceship.Huw Lloyd Langton,Simon House etc take us through "Spiral Galaxy","Angels of Death","Magnu","Hurry on Sundown" and loads more.Even Arthur Brown joins the band for a wild version of "Silver Machine".
Great double live album recorded during the 1993 UK tour and featuring old favourites such as "Quark, Strangeness & Charm", "Right Stuff", "Green Finned Demon" and newer tracks including "The Camera That Could Not Lie", "The Day A Wall Came Down" and "Berlin Axis". Quality space rock from Hawkwind and housed in a beautiful fold out cut sleeve and clear vinyl pressing as well!
Great live album recorded during the 1993 UK tour and featuring old favourites such as "Quark, Strangeness & Charm", "Right Stuff", "Green Finned Demon" and newer tracks including "The Camera That Could Not Lie", "The Day A Wall Came Down" and "Berlin Axis". Quality space rock from the days before the techno influences kicked in.
Live show from the Empire Pool, Wembley back in 1976. It's the classic line-up and includes a slew of major tunes, including "Urban Guerilla," "Masters Of The Universe," "Sonic Attack" and "Silver Machine." We think this was a heck of a show - some of us were there!
Superb two CD live set of Hawkwind from 1976 during the "Astounding Sounds" era which is well represented ("Reefer Madness", "Chronoglide Skyway"). Other highlights include "Hassan I Sahba (Assassins Of Allah)", "Uncle Sam's On Mars" and "Brainstorm". Classic space rock from the true kings.
Great 2 on 1 for these missing Hawkwind titles on CD- The first of the two from 1976 contains the amazing "Reefer Madness" and the 10 minute "Steppenwolf" which has great dreamy spoken parts from the Herman Hesse canon. The second of the two is the 1977 release- thought by many to be the band's finest hour- which contains the stage favourites "Spirit Of the Age" and "Hassan I Sabha" alongside the title track and the autobiographical "Days of the Underground".Great Calvert-era Hawkwind albums, leaner, snappier and punkier than their Turner/Lemmy-era predecessors (although Turner is still very much a presence on the former), they fitted into the era (in which the fallout of the hippie dream descended into Quatermass-style paranoia) perfectly. "Stole my stash!! Stole my stash!!" etc.
There are plenty of Hawkwind compilations around - this one was approved and selected by Dave Brock and features 32 live and studio tracks from various stages of the veteran space rockers' careers. Nice gatefold double sleeve and booklet complete this excellent package.
Double disc collection of some of the Sonic Assassin's finest moments. Tracks are taken from the last three decades and include "Psychedelic Warlords", "Sonic Attack", "Green Finned Demon", "Motorhead" and "Love In Space" amongst the 27 tracks of prime space rock featured here. Nice price too!
This release features a selection of tracks from the five classic Hawkwind albums released on the UA label between 1970-74.Includes "Mirror Of Illusion","Silver Machine","Urban Guerilla", "Seven By Seven" (Live USA 1974) and more.10 tracks in total and a running time of 60 minutes.Fully detailed booklet.
Strictly limited edition double LP with gatefold sleeve of this long lost 1996 album - Limited to 500 copies worldwide only - The sleeve doubles up as a massive fold out poster.Contains 8 tracks all of which have been reconstructed by various Dance artists."Damnation Alley" by Zion Train,"Master of the Universe" by Salt Tank","Silver Machine" by Utah Saints, "Assasin" by Astralasia and more.NOW DELETED THESE ARE THE LAST 2 COPIES
Dual disc new release from the band celebrating 37 years in the business. This album follows on from the success of the Take Me To Your Leader Album and features former Hawkwind member Simon House and Jason Stuart's full debut as the keyboard player. Includes a reworking of "Uncle Sams On Mars" and a new mix of monster hit "Silver Machine" featuring rock legend Lemmy's vocals. DVD side of the disc features previously unseen footage, archive performances of "Uopia" and "Assassins Of Allah" and a host of other features. DVD PAL / REGION 0 / 4:3 / STEREO SOUND.
Very rare silver fronted eight track compilation of unreleased and rare studio and live tracks, entitled Friends & Relations, packaged in a card mini LP sleeve. Only two copies available and then it is gone. Eight tracks, culled from the late '70's/early '80's. Three live tracks: "Who's Gonna Win The War?" (recorded for Hawklords: live '78), "Golden Void" (not included on but recorded for the Sonic Assassins album: 77) and "Robot" (Hawkwind: '77.) The studio tracks : "Raj Neesh", "Good Girl, Bad Girl", "Valium Ten (alternative version)", "Human Beings" and "Time Centre." Slight damage to the back of the packaging. Includes fold out booklet/poster.
A slightly cut-above Hawkwind compilation here, high quality concert recordings spread over two discs- the first containing material taken from the Watchfield Festival 1975 and the infamous 'Atomhenge' tour 1976 (Bristol), and the second from Stonehenge (where else) and Queens Hall, Barnstaple in 1977. In other words, the CALVERT era!!! The band's finest period and most creative run (don't forget, Nik Turner appears on the first disc too), and one they still haven't bettered.Jewel case packaging.
Long deleted four track Canadian released EP from 1994, compiled and arranged by the Salt Tank label. Limited Edition upon it's original release and very hard to find.Track listing: "Right To Decide", "The Camera That Would Not Lie", "Right To Decide" (Radio Edit mix by Alien Prophets) and "Assassin (Magic Carpet mix by Swordfish Star / Astralasia).We have managed to obtain the last copies known to man.Down to single figures of this gem now.
Live three DVD set bringing together Chronicle Of The Black Sword (1985), Night Of The Hawks (1984) and Love In Space (1995). The first disc chronicles their association with SF novelist Michael Moorcock who influenced the writing process of the COTBS album. A truly loony performance recorded at the Hammersmith Odean with psychedelic images, over the top stage antics and the novelist appearing on stage for the encore. The second of disc was recorded at the Gaumont Theatre in Ipswich and (with the assisstance of a laser show and wild editing) is of a similar audio visual assault. Disc three contains highlights from the bands Alien 4 tour. Every DVD features a completely different set list. One for the more hardcore Wind fans out there, this is a superb priced collection.
Features 9 tracks recorded Live At The Empire Pool, Wembley on 27th May 1973. Includes a live version of 'Silver Machine' which reached Number 3 on the UK singles chart in July 1972. Lineup includes Bob Calvert, Lemmy, Nik Turner, Dave Brock, Del Dettmar, Simon King and Stacia (unfortunately not pictured in action).
Previously released by Demi Monde as 'Bring Me The Head Of Yuri Gagarin' but deleted in the late '90's. 'Gaga' and 'The Egg' were exclusive to this release, which also features a Nik Turner poem - 'Wage War'.
Originally conceived as a space rock opera this very special edition 3 disc set contains the original album with some extended tracks (they were originally edited due to the vinyl restrictions) and 3 tracks ("Brainstorm","Welcome To The Future",and "You Shouldn't Do That") that are previously unreleased in their full length versions.If that's not enough the second disc also includes bonus material in the shape of "Orgone Accumulator","Time We Left" and a second version of "You Shouldn't Do That".The 3rd disc is a DVD DTS, PAL surround sound audio disc (two sound options - you can either play in stereo or 5.1 surround.) with a visualizer playing on the screen to the music and also includes the " Silver Machine" and "Urban Guerilla" original promo films.Wow!
Limited vinyl re-issue of the legendary debut album from 1970 that not only includes the timeless "Hurry On Sundown" but also lengthy space rock classics such as "Mirror Of Illusion" and "Seeing It As You Really Are"