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Customer Reviews


Hawkwind have been around since the dawn of time, and has released many albums over the years. This new one in my humble opinion is a absolute gem, with tracks, still sounding as fresh today as the ones they wrote kin years ago.
As a life long hawkwind fan, I maybe biased.
Give it a go, I'm sure you will not be disappointed.
Rock on "hawk fans" see you @ hmv forum december.

At last!!!

Well I have been a dedicated hawkwind fan for 25 years and I have to say that I have not heard Hawkwind sound this good ever!
When I first listened to this album I was sceptical at best. It seems hawkwind had lost direction after the Alien4 album and never really recovered... Until now. After a few listens I have to say this album is brilliant. Bringing Tim Blake from Gong into the mix really adds a new dimension to the band. His high end synths just sound amazing
The production of this album is simply lush. No dodgy "I recorded this at home" on this record. This has to be the best space rock album I have ever heard. I urge you all to purchase this album and sit down and give it a proper listening. It really is the Hawkwind that I have always wanted to hear. The remake of 'you'd better believe it' is brilliant especially in the middle breakdown section.
So in conclusion this album and the newer album 'onward' is the New revitalised Hawkwind!! I really thought the band had lost its edge. But now space rock has landed on planet earth again and it's never sounded sooooo good.


Formed: 1969 in London, England

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Any sci-fi fan with a long memory probably remembers those 1970s' DAW paperback editions of Michael Moorcock's sword-and-sorcery novels, with their images of heavily armored, very muscular warriors carrying large swords and standing against eerie landscapes and starscapes. Take that imagery, throw in some names and terminology seemingly lifted from the Marvel Comics of the era (and particle physics articles of the period), and translate it into loud but articulate hard rock music. That's more or...
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