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Ago 14 2007, 15:58

Hawkwind Studio Recordings:

Group 1, the definitive recordings

In Search of Space


Doremi Fasol Latido


Warrior on the Edge of Time


Quark, Strangeness and Charm


Group 2, stone cold masterpieces

Hall of the Mountain Grill


PXR5


The Chronicle of the Black Sword

Group 3

Hawkwind
Astounding Sounds, Amazing Music
25 Years On (as the Hawklords)
Levitation
Electric Teepee
Alien 4
In Your Area
Take Me to Your Leader


Group 4

Sonic Attack
Choose Your Masques


Space Bandits

Group 5

Church of Hawkwind
The Xenon Codex
It Is the Business of the Future to Be Dangerous


Distant Horizons


The Five Essential Live Recordings:

1. Space Ritual, 1973


2. Live Chronicles, 1986
3. The Business Trip, 1994
4. Atomhenge, 1976
5. The 1999 Party, 1974


The 10 most influential members of Hawkwind over the course of the band's history, taking into account factors such as songwriting, input to the image and direction of the band, and longevity; weighting for involvement in Hawkwind's definitive recordings:

1. Dave Brock


2. Nik Turner
3. Robert Calvert
4. Lemmy Kilmister


5. Alan Davey
6. Simon House
7. Dik Mik
8. Huw Lloyd-Langton
9. Richard Chadwick
10. Simon King


The best track from each Hawkwind studio recording:

Hawkwind (1970) - Hurry on Sundown
In Search of Space (1971) - Master of the Universe
Doremi Fasol Latido (1972) - Down Through the Night
Hall of the Mountain Grill (1974) - D-Rider
Warrior on the Edge of Time (1975) - The Golden Void
Astounding Sounds, Amazing Music (1976) - Kadu Flyer
Quark, Strangeness and Charm (1977) - Hassan I Sahba
25 Years On (1978) - Freefall
PXR5 (1979) - High Rise
Levitation (1980) - Levitation
Sonic Attack (1981) - Rocky Paths
Church of Hawkwind (1982) - Damage of Life
Choose Your Masques (1982) - Waiting for Tomorrow
The Chronicle of the Black Sword (1985) - Elric the Enchanter
The Xenon Codex (1988) - Sword of the East
Space Bandits (1990) - Out of the Shadows
Electric Teepee (1992) - LSD
It is the Business of the Future to be Dangerous (1993)- The Camera That Could Lie
Alien 4 (1995) - Journey
Distant Horizons (1997) - Love in Space
In Your Area (1999) - Hippy
Take Me to Your Leader (2005) - Out Here We Are


The five heaviest Hawkwind tracks, for metalheads:

Brainstorm
Born to Go
Lord of Light
Time We Left This World Today
You Shouldn't Do That


Five Strange Hawkwind Track Names:

The Psychedelic Warlords (Disappear in Smoke)
City of Lagoons
The Aubergine that Ate Rangoon
Quark, Strangeness and Charm
(Only) the Dead Dreams of the Cold War Kid

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  • KingFossil

    Well, I think the heaviest Hawkwind songs would be others. Let me say: 1. Night of the Hawks 2. Magnu 3. Lost Johnny 4. Paradox 5. Greenback Massacre Quark, Strangeness and Charm IMO is not psychedelic at all. The others I don't know. You should also add a list for the most atmospheric songs, which in my opinion are: 1. Hall of the Mountain Grill 2. Space Chase 3. The Demented Man 4. Hassan I Sahba 5. Adjust me But, in all other ways, you did a very good selection.

    Dic 3 2007, 20:51
  • frolix22

    Thanks for dropping by; and I like the idea of a list of the most atmospheric songs. :)

    Dic 4 2007, 7:46
  • Fafou

    Hum... Where is Harvey Bainbridge ? He had a great great influence within Hawkwind, and is one of the longest members of the band.

    Dic 29 2007, 16:29
  • frolix22

    Well that list is weighted for involvement in the band's key recordings and I just don't think Harvey had much of an influence of any of Hawkwind's most significant records.

    Dic 29 2007, 16:35
  • Voidhawk777

    Warrior on the edge of time is a very good album.

    Lug 30 2010, 2:02
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