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Space Ritual

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Download links and information about Space Ritual by Hawkwind. This album was released in 1973 and it belongs to Rock, Hard Rock, Metal, Heavy Metal genres. It contains 21 tracks with total duration of 02:12:51 minutes.

Artist: Hawkwind
Release date: 1973
Genre: Rock, Hard Rock, Metal, Heavy Metal
Tracks: 21
Duration: 02:12:51
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Earth Calling (2007 - Remaster) 1:45
2. Born to Go (2007 - Remaster) 9:55
3. Down Through the Night (2007 - Remaster) 6:17
4. The Awakening (2007 - Remaster) 1:34
5. Lord of Light (2007 - Remaster) 7:17
6. The Black Corridor (2007 - Remaster) 1:51
7. Space Is Deep (2007 - Remaster) 8:12
8. Electronic No 1 (2007 - Remaster) 2:32
9. Orgone Accumulator (2007 - Remaster) 9:56
10. Upside Down (2007 - Remaster) 2:43
11. 10 Seconds of Forever (2007 - Remaster) 2:05
12. Brainstorm (Complete Version) 13:46
13. Seven By Seven (2007 - Remaster) 6:05
14. Sonic Attack (2007 - Remaster) 2:53
15. Time We Left This World Today (2007 - Remaster) 5:42
16. Master of the Universe (2007 - Remaster) 7:40
17. Welcome to the Future (Complete Version) 2:50
18. You Shouldn't Do That (2007 Version) 10:47
19. Orgone Accumulator (2007 - Remaster;Alternative Version) 8:54
20. Time We Left This World Today (2007 - Remaster;Alternative Version) 13:24
21. You Shouldn't Do That (2007 Version;Alternative Version) 6:43

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This landmark live album, recorded in 1972 and issued in 1973, features everything that made Hawkwind the legendary group they are. Hawkwind were so far ahead of their time that their music sounds not a bit dated and has been a major influence on heavy metal, electronic and progressive rock for decades. As a band that performed constantly (and often for free), they were a locked-in unit of no small proportion. Much like the German Krautrock of the era, the band build their riffs on hypnotizing beats that motor along while the band explores their electronic effects. “Born to Go” features raw harmony and forward motion, while “Down Through the Night” imagines the sounds of space travel. Other classics — “Orgone Accumulator,” “Brainstorm” and “Space Is Deep” — retain all their immediacy and are enhanced by this expanded edition of the classic double album that now includes over two hours of mind-melting excellence. Features the future Lemmy of Motörhead and the classic Dave Brock-Nik Turner line-up. Essential.