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Re: Most robust Robert Calvert era Hawkwind album

Posted: 22 Oct 2019, 17:21
by C
A stark but expected result methinks....





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Re: RESULT of Most robust Robert Calvert era Hawkwind album

Posted: 22 Oct 2019, 20:30
by Jimbly
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Re: RESULT of Most robust Robert Calvert era Hawkwind album

Posted: 28 Oct 2019, 16:56
by soundchaser
Weird Sci-Fi stoner album, Vs Weird Sci-Fi punk influenced album.

And the punk album won, but I guess Hawkwind would have been a punk band had they’d arrived in 1976.

However, I much prefer the late night stoner album. Nik Turner’s last and I really like his contributions. A classic.

Re: RESULT of Most robust Robert Calvert era Hawkwind album

Posted: 28 Oct 2019, 18:48
by C
soundchaser wrote: I guess Hawkwind would have been a punk band had they’d arrived in 1976.


Wash your mouth out lad...!





:lol:

Re: RESULT of Most robust Robert Calvert era Hawkwind album

Posted: 28 Oct 2019, 19:19
by soundchaser
C wrote:
soundchaser wrote: I guess Hawkwind would have been a punk band had they’d arrived in 1976.


Wash your mouth out lad...!


:lol:


What were Hawkwind, Edgar Broughton Band and PinkFairies, if not punks by another name?

Re: RESULT of Most robust Robert Calvert era Hawkwind album

Posted: 31 Oct 2019, 12:58
by soundchaser
By the way, didn’t Atomhenge do a great job with their rerelease project?

Lots of great bonus tracks and exhaustive sleeve notes with great pics. I’m very pleased with them.