Hawkwind discography

Hawkwind discography

Infobox Artist Discography
Artist = Hawkwind


Caption =
Studio = 25
Live = 10
Compilation = 11
EP = 7
Singles = 25
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Music videos =
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Hawkwind's discography is complicated and large; this list mainly represents the "core" albums as defined by the band themselves on their web site, along with significant solo projects and related releases. There are, in addition, many compilations of previously recorded material and live recordings, which are not issued under the control of the band, and which frequently change their name, so one may find exactly the same material under several different names.

Titles from 1970 to 1974 are readily available on CD as these are published by EMI (EMI being the eventual owners of what used to be Liberty Records), these CDs frequently include other rarities from this era. Subsequent CDs have varying availability in part caused by the band's frequent change of record labels. Some have been released but in limited numbers only to be unavailable for some time. Second hand costs for some of these can be very high. Some from the mid 1970s have been re-released on a variety of small international (often German) labels. Legitimacy of these is in some doubt. CDs from the 1980s to present can be hard to find in the UK without resorting to imports or the second hand market. The band's website states that all CDs issued by Rock Fever are counterfeits and should be avoided. [http://www.hawkwind.com/up_.htm]

The "Space Ritual" concept album and "Warrior on the Edge of Time" in particular are representative of Hawkwind's style at the peak of their success. Their 1980s work is well represented by "Levitation" and "The Chronicle of the Black Sword".

Albums

tudio albums

This section contains official (i.e. contractual and contempraneous) albums that Hawkwind have recorded in the studio for release. It has long been a practise of theirs to incorporate live recordings (albeit with studio overdubs) of previously unreleased tracks on studio albums (for example "Hall of the Mountain Grill" and "PXR5").

1970 – "Hawkwind" – (Liberty Records, LBS83348) – studio
*Side 1: "Hurry on Sundown"; "The Reason Is?"; "Be Yourself"; "Paranoia (part 1)"
*Side 2: "Paranoia (part 2)"; "Seeing It As You Really Are"; "Mirror of Illusion"
*Bonus tracks: "Bring It on Home"; "Hurry on Sundown" (demo); "Kiss of the Velvet Whip" (demo); "Cymbaline" (outtake)
*Personnel: Dave Brock; Nik Turner; Dik Mik; Huw Lloyd-Langton; John Harrison; Terry Ollis

1971 – "In Search of Space" – (United Artists Records, UAG29202, UK#18) – studio
*Side 1: "You Shouldn't Do That"; "You Know You're Only Dreaming"
*Side 2: "Master of the Universe"; "We Took the Wrong Step Years Ago"; "Adjust Me"; "Children of the Sun"
*Bonus tracks: "Silver Machine"; "Seven By Seven"; "Born To Go" (Single version)
*Personnel: Dave Brock; Nik Turner; Dik Mik; Del Dettmar; Dave Anderson; Terry Ollis

1972 – "Doremi Fasol Latido" – (United Artists Records, UAG29364, UK#14) – studio
*Side 1: "Brainstorm"; "Space Is Deep"; "One Change"
*Side 2: "Lord of Light"; "Down Through the Night"; "Time We Left (This World Today)"; "The Watcher"
*Bonus tracks: "Urban Guerilla"; "Brainbox Pollution"; "Lord of Light" (Single version); "Ejection"
*Personnel: Dave Brock; Nik Turner; Dik Mik; Del Dettmar; Lemmy; Simon King

1974 – "Hall of the Mountain Grill" – (United Artists Records, UAG29672, UK#16) – studio with some live tracks
*Side 1: "The Psychedelic Warlords (Disappear in Smoke)"; "Wind of Change"; "D-Rider"; "Web Weaver"
*Side 2: "You'd Better Believe It" (live); "Hall of the Mountain Grill"; "Lost Johnny"; "Goat Willow"; "Paradox" (live)
*Bonus tracks: "You'd Better Believe It" (Single version); "The Psychedelic Warlords (Disappear in Smoke)" (Single version); "Paradox" (Single version); "It's So Easy"
*Personnel: Dave Brock; Nik Turner; Simon House; Del Dettmar; Lemmy; Simon King

1975 – "Warrior on the Edge of Time" – (United Artists Records, UAG29766, UK#13) – studio
*Side 1: "Assault And Battery"; "The Golden Void"; "The Wizard Blew His Horn"; "Opa-Loka"; "The Demented Man"
*Side 2: "Magnu"; "Standing At the Edge"; "Spiral Galaxy 28948"; "Warriors"; "Dying Seas"; "Kings of Speed"
*Bonus tracks: "Motorhead"
*Personnel: Dave Brock; Nik Turner; Simon House; Lemmy; Simon King; Alan Powell with Michael Moorcock

1976 – "Astounding Sounds, Amazing Music" – (Charisma Records, CDS4004, UK#33) – studio
*Side 1: "Reefer Madness"; "Steppenwolf"; "City of Lagoons"
*Side 2: "The Aubergine That Ate Rangoon"; "Kerb Crawler"; "Kadu Flyer"; "Chronoglide Skyway"
*Bonus tracks: "Honky Dorky"; "Back on the Streets"; "Dream of Isis"
*Personnel: Robert Calvert; Dave Brock; Nik Turner; Simon House; Rudolph; Simon King; Alan Powell

1977 – "Quark, Strangeness and Charm" – (Charisma Records, CDS4008, UK#30) – studio
*Side 1: "Spirit of the Age"; "Damnation Alley"; "Fable of a Failed Race"
*Side 2: "Quark, Strangeness and Charm"; "Hassan-i Sabbah"; "The Forge of Vulcan"; "Days of the Underground"; "The Iron Dream"
*Personnel: Robert Calvert; Dave Brock; Simon House; Adrian Shaw; Simon King

1978 – "25 Years On" (aka "Hawklords") – (Charisma Records, CDS4014, UK#48) – studio
*Side 1: "Psi Power"; "Freefall"; "Automoton"; "25 years"
*Side 2: "Flying Doctor"; "The Only Ones"; "(Only) The Dead Dreams of the Cold War Kid"; "The Age of the Micro Man"
*Personnel: Robert Calvert; Dave Brock; Steve Swindells; Harvey Bainbridge; Simon King; Martin Griffin; with Simon House; Lowther

1979 – "PXR5" – (Charisma Records, CDS4016, UK#59) – studio with some live tracks
*Side 1: "Death Trap"; "Jack of Shadows"; "Uncle Sam's on Mars" (live); "Infinity" (demo); "Life Form" (demo)
*Side 2: "Robot" (live); "High Rise" (live); "PXR5"
*Personnel: Robert Calvert; Dave Brock; Simon House; Adrian Shaw; Simon King

1980 – "Levitation" – (Bronze Records, BRON530, UK#21) – studio
*Side 1: "Levitation"; "Motorway City"; "Psychosis"; "World of Tiers"
*Side 2: "Prelude"; "Who's Gonna Win the War?"; "Space Chase"; "Fifth Second of Forever"; "Dust of Time"
*Bonus tracks: "Nuclear Toy"
*Personnel: Dave Brock; Huw Lloyd-Langton; Tim Blake; Harvey Bainbridge; Ginger Baker

1981 – "Sonic Attack" – (RCA/Active Records, RCALP6004, UK#19) – studio
*Side 1: "Sonic Attack"; "Rocky Paths"; "Psychosonia"; "Virgin of the World"; "Angels of Death"
*Side 2: "Living on A Knife Edge"; "Coded Languages"; "Disintegration"; "Streets of Fear"; "Lost Chances"
*Bonus tracks: "Transdimensional Man"
*Personnel: Dave Brock; Huw Lloyd-Langton; Harvey Bainbridge; Martin Griffin; with Michael Moorcock

1982 – "Church of Hawkwind" – (RCA/Active Records, RCALP9004, UK#26) – studio, released under the name Church of Hawkwind
*Side 1: "Angel Voices"; "Nuclear Drive"; "Star Cannibal"; "The Phenomenon of Luminosity"; "Fall of Earth City"; "The Church"
*Side 2: "Joker at the Gate"; "Some People Never Die"; "Light Specific Data"; "Experiment With Destiny" (aka "Virgin of the World"); "The Last Messiah"; "Looking in the Future"
*Bonus tracks: "Identimate"; "Damage of Life"; "Mists of Meridin"
*Personnel: Dave Brock; Huw Lloyd-Langton; Harvey Bainbridge; Martin Griffin

1982 – "Choose Your Masques" – (RCA/Active Records, RCALP6055, UK#29) – studio
*Side 1: "Choose Your Masks"; "Dream Worker"; "Arrival in Utopia"; "Utopia"
*Side 2: "Silver Machine"; "Void City"; "Solitary Mind Games"; "Fahrenheit 451"; "The Scan"; "Waiting For Tomorrow"
*Bonus tracks: "Silver Machine" (full version); "Psychedelic Warlords"
*Personnel: Dave Brock; Huw Lloyd-Langton; Harvey Bainbridge; Martin Griffin

1985 – "The Chronicle of the Black Sword" – (Flicknife Records, SHARP033, UK#65) – studio
*Side 1: "Song of the Swords"; "Shade Gate"; "The Sea King"; "The Pulsing Cavern"; "Elric the Enchanter (Part 1)"; "Elric the Enchanter (Part 2)"
*Side 2: "Needle Gun"; "Zarozinia"; "The Demise"; "Sleep of 1000 Tears"; "Chaos Army"; "Horn of Destiny"
*Bonus tracks: "Arioch"; "Assault And Battery" (live 1985); "Sleep of A Thousand Tears" (live 1985); "The War I Survived" (live 1988); "Voice Inside Your Head" (live 1988)
*Personnel: Dave Brock; Huw Lloyd-Langton; Harvey Bainbridge; Alan Davey; Danny Thompson

1988 – "The Xenon Codex" – (GWR Records, GWLP29, UK#79) – studio
*Side 1: "The War I Survived"; "Wastelands of Sleep"; "Neon Skyline" / "Lost Chronicles"; "Tides"
*Side 2: "Heads"; "Mutation Zone"; "E.M.C."; "Sword of the East"; "Good Evening"
*Personnel: Dave Brock; Huw Lloyd-Langton; Harvey Bainbridge; Alan Davey; Danny Thompson

1990 – "Space Bandits" – (GWR Records, GWLP103, UK#70) – studio
*Side 1: "Images"; "Black Elk Speaks"; "Wings"
*Side 2: "Out of the Shadows"; "Realms"; "Ship of Dreams"; "T.V. Suicide"
*Personnel: Bridget Wishart; Dave Brock; Simon House; Harvey Bainbridge; Alan Davey; Richard Chadwick

1992 – "Electric Tepee" – (Essential Records, ESD181, UK#53) – studio
*Side 1: "L.S.D."; "Blue Shift"; "Death of War"
*Side 2: "Secret Agent"; "Garden Pests"; "Space Dust"; "Snake Dance"
*Side 3: "Mask of the Morning"; "Rites of Netherworld"; "Don't Understand"; "Sadness Runs Deep"
*Side 4: "Right To Decide"; "Going To Hawaii"; "Electric Tepee"
*Personnel: Dave Brock; Alan Davey; Richard Chadwick

1993 – "It Is the Business of the Future to Be Dangerous" – (Essential Records, ESD196, UK#75) – studio
*Side 1: "It Is the Business of the Future To Be Dangerous"; "Space Is Their (Palestine)";
*Side 2: "Tibet Is Not China (Part 1)"; "Tibet Is Not China (Part 2)"; "Let Barking Dogs Lie";
*Side 3: "Wave Upon Wave"; "Looking in the Future" (aka "Letting in the Past"); "The Camera That Could Lie"; "3 Or 4 Erections in the Course of A Night";
*Side 4: "Techno Tropic Zone Exists"; "Gimme Shelter"; "Avante"
*Personnel: Dave Brock; Alan Davey; Richard Chadwick

1995 – "White Zone" – (Emergency Broadcast System Records, EBS113) – studio, released under the name Psychedelic Warriors
*CD: "Am I Fooling"; "Frenzzy"; "Pipe Dreams"; "Heart Attack"; "Time And Space"; "The White Zone"; "In Search of Shangrila"; "Bay of Bengal"; "Moonbeam"; "Window Pane"; "Love in Space"
*Personnel: Dave Brock; Alan Davey; Richard Chadwick

1995 – "Alien 4" – (Emergency Broadcast System Records, EBS118, UK#119) – studio
*Side 1: "Abducted"; "Alien"; "Reject Your Human Touch"; "Blue Skin"
*Side 2: "Beam Me Up"; "Vega"; "Xenomorph"; "Journey"
*Side 3: "Sputnik Stan"; "Kapal"; "Festivals"
*Side 4: "Death Trap"; "Wastelands" (aka "Wastelands of Sleep"); "Are You Losing Your Mind?"; "Space Sex"
*Personnel: Ron Tree; Dave Brock; Alan Davey; Richard Chadwick; with Jerry Richards

1997 – "Distant Horizons" – (Emergency Broadcast System Records, EBS139) – studio
*CD: "Distant Horizons"; "Phetamine Street"; "Waimea Canyon Drive"; "Alchemy"; "Clouded Vision"; "Reptoid Vision"; "Population Overload"; "Wheels"; "Kauai" / "Taxi For Max"; "Love in Space"
*Personnel: Dave Brock; Jerry Richards; Ron Tree; Richard Chadwick

1999 – "In Your Area" – (Voiceprint Records, HAWKVP17CD) – live and studio
*CD: "Brainstorm" / "Hawkwind in Your Area" (live); "Alchemy" (live); "Love in Space" / "Rat Race" (live); "Aerospace Age Inferno" (live); "First Landing on Medusa" (live); "I Am the Reptoid" (aka "Reptoid Vision") (live); "The Nazca"; "Hippy"; "Prairie"; "Your Fantasy"; "Luxotica"; "Diana Park"
*Personnel: Dave Brock; Jerry Richards; Ron Tree; Richard Chadwick; with Capt Rizz

2000 – "Spacebrock" – (Voiceprint Records, HAWKVP18CD) – Dave Brock solo album released as Hawkwind
*CD: "Life Form"; "Some People Never Die"; "Dreamers"; "Earth Breath"; "You Burn Me Up"; "The Right Way"; "Sex Dreams"; "To Be Or Not"; "Kauai"; "Earth Calling"; "The Starkness of the Capsule"; "Behind the Face"; "Spacebrock"; "Space Pilots"; "1st Landing"; "The Journey"; "Do You Want This Body"
*Personnel: Dave Brock; with Richard Chadwick; Crum

2005 – "Take Me to Your Leader" – (Voiceprint Records, HAWKVP35CD) – studio
*CD: "Spirit of the Age" (new version); "Out Here We Are"; "Greenback Massacre"; "To Love A Machine"; "Take Me To Your Leader"; "Digital Nation"; "Sunray"; "Sighs"; "Angela Android"; "Letter to Robert"
*Bonus tracks: "Paradox" (new version)
*Bonus DVD: "Spirit of the Age" (promo); "Silver Machine" (live 2004); "Right to Decide" (live 1992); "Psychedelic Warlords" (live 2004); "Spirit of the Age" (live 2004); Interviews
*Personnel: Dave Brock; Jason Stuart; Alan Davey; Richard Chadwick; with Arthur Brown; Lene Lovich; Matthew Wright; Simon House; Jez Hugget

2006 – "Take Me to Your Future" – (Voiceprint Records, HAWKVP38DD) – Dual Disc: studio audio and live video
*CD: "Uncle Sam’s on Mars" (new version); "Small Boy"; "The Reality of Poverty"; "Ode To A Timeflower"; "Silver Machine" (Remix)
*DVD: "Images"; "Utopia" (aka "Arrival in Utopia") (live 2000); "Assassins of Allah" (aka "Hassan-i Sabbah" / "Space Is Their (Palestine)") (live 2005); "The Golden Void" (live 1989); "Steppenwolf" (rehearsal 1996); "Don’t be Donkish"; "Paradox" (new version)
*Personnel: Dave Brock; Jason Stuart; Alan Davey; Richard Chadwick; with Arthur Brown; Simon House; Robert Calvert

Live albums

This section contains official (i.e. contractual and contempraneous) albums that Hawkwind have recorded live for release. It has long been a practise of theirs to incorporate studio recordings of previously unreleased tracks on live albums (for example "Palace Springs" and "The Business Trip").

1973 – "The Space Ritual Alive" – (United Artists Records, UAD60037/8, UK#9) – live
*Side 1: "Earth Calling"; "Born To Go"; "Down Through the Night"; "The Awakening"
*Side 2: "Lord of Light"; "The Black Corridor"; "Space Is Deep"; "Electronic No 1"
*Side 3: "Orgone Accumulator"; "Upside Down"; "Ten Seconds of Forever"; "Brainstorm"
*Side 4: "Seven By Seven"; "Sonic Attack"; "Time We Left (This World Today)"; "Master of the Universe"; "Welcome To the Future"
*Bonus tracks: "You Shouldn't Do That" / "Seeing It As You Really Are" (Roadhawks version); "Master of the Universe" (Greasy Truckers version); "Born To Go" (Greasy Truckers version)
*Personnel: Robert Calvert; Dave Brock; Nik Turner; Dik Mik; Del Dettmar; Lemmy; Simon King

1980 – "Live Seventy Nine" – (Bronze Records, BRON527, UK#15) – live
*Side 1: "Shot Down in the Night"; "Motorway City"; "Spirit of the Age"
*Side 2: "Brainstorm"; "Light House"; "Master of the Universe"; "Silver Machine" (requiem)
*Personnel: Dave Brock; Huw Lloyd-Langton; Tim Blake; Harvey Bainbridge; Simon King

1986 – "Live Chronicles" – (GWR Records, GWS1) – live
*Side 1: "Song of the Swords"; "Dragons and Fables"; "Narration"; "The Sea King"; "Angels of Death"
*Side 2: "Shade Gate"; "Rocky Paths"; "Narration"; "The Pulsing Cavern"; "Master of the Universe"; "Dreaming City"; "Choose Your Masks"
*Side 3: "Fight Sequence"; "Needle Gun"; "Zarozinia"; "Lords of Chaos"; "The Dark Lords"; "Wizards of Pan Tang"; "Moonglum"
*Side 4: "Elric the Enchanter"; "Conjuration of Magnu"; "Magnu"; "Dust of Time"; "Horn of Fate" (aka "Horn of Destiny")
*Personnel: Dave Brock; Huw Lloyd-Langton; Harvey Bainbridge; Alan Davey; Danny Thompson; with Michael Moorcock

1991 – "Palace Springs" – (GWR Records, GWLP104) – live with some studio tracks
*Side 1: "Back in the Box" (studio); "Treadmill" (studio); "Void of Golden Light" (aka "Assault And Battery"); "Lives of Great Men" (aka "The Golden Void")
*Side 2: "Time We Left (This World Today)" / "Heads"; "Acid Test" (aka "Dream Worker"); "Damnation Alley" / "The Camera That Could Lie" (unlisted)
*Personnel: Bridget Wishart; Dave Brock; Harvey Bainbridge; Alan Davey; Richard Chadwick; with Simon House

1994 – "The Business Trip" – (Emergency Broadcast System Records, EBS111) – live with some studio tracks
*Side 1: "Altair" (aka "Wave Upon Wave"); "Quark, Strangeness and Charm" (studio); "LSD" / "The Camera That Could Lie"
*Side 2: "Green Finned Demon"; "Do That" (aka "You Shouldn't Do That"); "The Day A Wall Came Down"; "Berlin Axis"
*Side 3: "Void of Golden Light" (aka "The Golden Void"); "The Right Stuff"; "Wastelands" (aka "Wastelands of Sleep"); "The Dream Goes On" (aka "The Iron Dream");
*Side 4: "Right To Decide"; "The Dream Has Ended" (aka "You Know You're Only Dreaming"); "This Future" (aka "Welcome To the Future"); "Terra Mystica" (studio)
*Personnel: Dave Brock; Alan Davey; Richard Chadwick

1996 – "Love in Space" – (Emergency Broadcast System Records, EBS120) – live
*Side 1: "Abducted"; "Death Trap"; "Wastelands" (aka "Wastelands of Sleep"); "Are You Losing Your Mind?"; "Photo Encounter"
*Side 2: "Blue Skin"; "Sputnik Stan"; "Robot"; "Alien"
*Side 3: "Xenomorph"; "Vega"; "Love in Space"
*Side 4: "Kapal"; "Elfin"; "Silver Machine"; "Welcome To the Future"; "Assassins" (aka "Hassan-i Sabbah" / "Space Is Their (Palestine)")
*Personnel: Ron Tree; Dave Brock; Alan Davey; Richard Chadwick

1999 – "Hawkwind 1997" – (Voiceprint Records, HAWKVP999) – live
*CD: "Wheels"; "Phetamine Street"; "Your Fantasy"; "Alchemy"; "Love in Space"; "Aerospaceage Inferno"; "Sonic Attack"; "Blue Skin"; "Brainstorm" / "Hawkwind in Your Area"; "Reptoid Vision"; "Ejection"; "The Gremlin"
*Personnel: Dave Brock; Jerry Richards; Ron Tree; Richard Chadwick; with Capt Rizz

2001 – "Yule Ritual" – (Voiceprint Records, HAWKVP19CD) – live
*CD1: "Electronic Intro"; "Levitation"; "Spacebrock"; "Space Is Deep"; "Flying Doctor"; "Warrior at the Edge of Time"; "Angels of Death"; "High Rise"; "Damage of Life"
*CD2: "Light House"; "Sonic Attack"; "Free Fall"; "Motorway City"; "Hurry on Sundown"; "Spirit of the Age"; "Assassins of Allah" (aka "Hassan-i Sabbah" / "Space Is Their (Palestine)")
*Personnel: Ron Tree; Dave Brock; Jerry Richards; Simon House; Tim Blake; Alan Davey; Richard Chadwick; with Capt Rizz; Michael Moorcock; Jez Huggett; Keith Kniveton

2002 – "Canterbury Fayre 2001" – (Voiceprint Records, HAWKVP22CD) – live
*CD1: "5th Second of Forever"; "Levitation"; "Spiral Galaxy"; "Solitary Mind Games"; "Angels of Death"; "Spirit of the Age"; "Magnu"; "Dust of Time" (excerpt); "Motorway City"; "Hurry on Sundown"; "Assassins of Allah" (aka "Hassan-i Sabbah" / "Space Is Their (Palestine)")
*CD2: "Silver Machine"; "Arthur's Poem"; "Assault and Battery"; "Void of Golden Light" (aka "The Golden Void"); "Ejection"
*Personnel: Dave Brock; Huw Lloyd-Langton; Simon House; Alan Davey; Richard Chadwick; with Arthur Brown; Keith Kniveton

2004 – "Spaced Out in London" – (Voiceprint Records, HAWKSR001CD) – live
*CD: "Earth Calling"; "Aerospaceage Inferno"; "Angels of Death"; "Out of the Shadows"; "Time Captives"; "Master of the Universe"; "The Gremlin Song"; "Time And Confusion"; "Hurry on Sundown"; "Light House"; "The Watcher"; "Assassins of Allah" (aka "Hassan-i Sabbah" / "Space Is Their (Palestine)"); "Do That" (aka "You Shouldn't Do That"); "Earth Calling"
*Personnel: Dave Brock; Huw Lloyd-Langton; Tim Blake; Alan Davey; Richard Chadwick; with Arthur Brown

Archive albums

This section lists those Hawkwind albums that have been compiled and released from previously unissued archive tapes, be it live, studio outtakes or demo material. All of the releases listed here are the original ones; retitles, re-releases and derivatives have purposefully been omitted. Only one release, "Bring me the Head of Yuri Gagarin", was not approved for release by Dave Brock.

1980-83 – "The Weird Tapes Volumes 1-8" – (Weird Tapes, 101-108) – live, studio outtakes, demos and solo 1966-1983
*Tape 1A: "Over the Top"; "Magnu" / "Angels of Life"; "Freefall"; "Death Trap" (all live 1977)
*Tape 1B: "Nuclear Toy" (aka "Nuclear Drive") (demo); "Who's Gonna Win the War?" (demo 1979); "The Dream" (demo); "Assassination" (aka "Some People Never Die") (demo); "The Dream II" (demo); "Satellite" (aka "The Phenomenon of Luminosity") (demo)
*Tape 2A: "Quark, Strangeness And Charm"; "Master of the Universe"; "Welcome To the Future"; "Spirit of the Age"; "Sonic Attack" (all live 1977)
*Tape 2B: "Valium 10"; "Douglas in the Jungle (Ode To A Manager)"; "Time of the Hawklords" (all demos 1979)
*Tape 3A: "High Rise"; "Damnation Alley"; "Uncle Sam's on Mars" ; "The Iron Dream" (unlisted) (all live 1977)
*Tape 3B: "Robot" (live 1977); "Cake Out" (aka "Hash Cake") (outtake 1976); "Circles" (live 1975); "Elements" (aka "I Am the Eye") (live 1975); "Slap It on De Table" (outtake 1976)
*Tape 4A: "Death Trap"; "Age of the Micro Man"; "Spirit of the Age"; "Urban Guerilla" (all live 1978)
*Tape 4B: "Steppenwolf"; "Freefall"; "Uncle Sam's on Mars"; "The Iron Dream" (unlisted) (all live 1978)
*Tape 5A: "Back on the Streets" (live 1976); "Chronoglide Skyway" (incorrectly listed as "City of Lagoons") (live 1976);"Brainstorm" (live 1977); "Wind of Change" (live 1977)
*Tape 5B: "Assassins of Allah" (aka "Hassan-i Sabbah") (live 1977); "Forge of Vulcan" (live 1977); "Steppenwolf" (live 1977); "Where Are They Now?" (outtake 1976)
*Tape 6A: "Make What You Can" (outtake 1973); "Born To Go" (live 1972); "Master of the Universe" (live 1972); "Jam" (aka "Seeing It As You Really Are") (live 1972)
*Tape 6B: "Hurry on Sundown" (BBC Session 1970); "Come Home" (BBC Session 1971); "We Do It" (BBC Session 1971); "Earth Calling" (live 1972)
*Tape 7A: "Welcome To the Dream Machine"; "Streets of Fear"; "First Landing on Medussa" (aka "The Church"); "Touchdown"; "Winter of Discontent"; "Outer Limits"; "Choose Your Masks" (all Brock demos 1979-82)
*Tape 7B: "Looking in the Future"; "Space Travellers"; "Disintegration"; "Circles"; "Speed of Light" (aka "Transdimensional Man"); "Bombed Out" (all Brock demos 1979-82)
*Tape 8A: "Space Is Deep" (live 1972); "Down on Her Knees" (demo); "Live And Let Live" (demo); "Etchanaty" (demo)
*Tape 8B: "Roll 'Em Pete"; "Come On"; "Dealing With the Devil"; "Bring It on Home"; "You Know You're Only Dreaming" (BBC Session 1971); "You Shouldn't Do That" (BBC Session 1971)
*Personnel: Various line-ups

1983 – "The Text of Festival" – (Illuminated Records, JAMS29) – live and BBC Sessions 1970-71
*Side 1: "Master of the Universe" (BBC Session 1971); "You Know You're Only Dreaming" (BBC Session 1971); "You Shouldn't Do That" (BBC Session 1971); "Hurry on Sundown" (BBC Session 1970)
*Side 2: "Paranoia" (BBC Session 1971); "Seeing It As You Really Are" (BBC Session 1971); "We Do It" (BBC Session 1971)
*Side 3: "Sound, Shouldn't, Improvise" (aka "You Shouldn't Do That") (live 1971)
*Side 4: "Improvise, Compromise, Reprise" (aka "The Reason Is?" / "Be Yourself") (live 1971)
*Personnel: Various line-ups

1983 – "Zones" – (Flicknife Records, SHARP014, UK#45) – live and demos 1980 to 1982
*Side 1: "Zones" (demo 1981); "Dangerous Vision" (demo 1981); "Running Through the Back Brain" (demo 1981); "The Island" (aka "Dust of Time") (live 1980); "Motorway City" (live 1980)
*Side 2: "Utopia"; "Social Alliance"; "Dream Worker"; "Sonic Attack"; "Brainstorm" (all live 1982)
*Personnel: Various line-ups

1984 – "This Is Hawkwind, Do Not Panic" – (Flicknife Records, SHARP022, UK#101) – live 1980 and 1984
*Side 1: "Psi Power"; "Levitation"; "Psychosis" (unlisted); "5th Second of Forever"
*Side 2: "Space Chase"; "Death Trap"; "Angels of Death"; "Shot Down in the Night"
*Side 3: "Watching the Grass Grow"
*Side 4: "Stonehenge Decoded"
*Personnel: Various line-ups

1984 – "Bring Me the Head of Yuri Gagarin" – (Demi Monde Records, DM002) – live 1973
*Side 1: "Gaga"; "In the Egg"; "Orgone Accumulator"; "Wage War"; "Urban Guerilla"
*Side 2: "Master of the Universe"; "Welcome to the Future"; "Sonic Attack"; "Silver Machine"
*Personnel: Robert Calvert; Dave Brock; Nik Turner; Dik Mik; Del Dettmar; Lemmy; Simon King

1984 – "Space Ritual Volume 2" – (American Phonograph Records, APK8) – live 1972
*Side 1: "Space" (aka "Electronic No 1"); "Orgone Accumulator"; "Upside Down"
*Side 2: "Sonic Attack"; "Time We Left (This World Today)" / "Paranoia" (unlisted);
*Side 3: "10 Seconds of Forever"; "Brainstorm"
*Side 4: "Wind of Change" (unlisted); "Seven By Seven"; "Master of the Universe"; "Welcome to the Future"
*Personnel: Robert Calvert; Dave Brock; Nik Turner; Dik Mik; Del Dettmar; Lemmy; Simon King

1985 – "Hawkwind Anthology" – (Samurai Records, SAMR038/039/040) – live and studio outtakes 1967-82
*Disc 1A: "High Rise" (live 1977); "British Tribal Music" (demo 1979); "Spirit of the Age" (live 1979); "Urban Guerilla" (live 1979)
*Disc 1B: "Master of the Universe" (live 1980); "World of Tiers" (live 1980); "Who's Going To Win the War?" (live 1981); "Ghost Dance" (live 1982)
*Disc 2A: "Earth Calling" (live 1972); "Motorhead" (outtake 1975); "Watchfield Festival" (aka "You Shouldn't Do That") (live 1975)
*Disc 2B: "Magnu" / "Angels of Life" (live 1977); "Hash Cake" (outtake 1976); "Quark, Strangeness And Charm" (live 1977); "Douglas in the Jungle (Ode To A Manager)" (demo 1979)
*Disc 3A: "Dealing With the Devil"; "Bring It on Home"; "Hurry on Sundown" (BBC Session 1970); "Come Home" (BBC Session 1971); "We Do It" (BBC Session 1971)
*Disc 3B: "Born To Go" (live 1972); "Space Is Deep" (live 1972); "You Shouldn't Do That" / "Seeing It As You Really Are" (unlisted) (live 1972)
*Personnel: Various line-ups

1987 – "Out & Intake" – (Flicknife Records, SHARP040) – live and studio outtakes 1982 and 1986
*Side 1: "Turner Point" (outtake 1982); "Waiting For Tomorrow" (live 1982); "Cajun Jinx"; "Solitary Mind Games" (live 1982); "Starflight"; "Ejection"
*Side 2: "Assassins of Allah" (aka "Hassan-i Sabbah"); "Flight To Maputo"; "Confrontation"; "Five To Four" (outtake 1982); "Ghost Dance" (live 1982)
*Bonus tracks: "Coded Languages" (live 1982); "Warrior on the Edge of Time" (live 1982)
*Personnel: Various line-ups

1991 – "BBC Radio 1 Live in Concert" – (Windsong Records, WINCD007) – live 1972
*CD: "Countdown" (unlisted); "Born To Go"; "Black Corridor" (unlisted); "Seven By Seven"; "Brainstorm"; "Electronic No 1" (unlisted); "Master of the Universe"; "Paranoia"; "Earth Calling"; "Silver Machine"; "Welcome To the Future" (unlisted); "Credits" (unlisted)
*Personnel: Dave Brock; Nik Turner; Dik Mik; Del Dettmar; Lemmy; Simon King

1992 – "The Friday Rock Show Sessions" – (Raw Fruit Records, FRSCD005) – live 1985
*CD: "Magnu"; "Angels of Death"; "Pulsing Cavern"; "Assault And Battery"; "Needle Gun"; "Master of the Universe"; "Brainstorm" (unlisted); "Utopia" (aka "Arrival in Utopia"); "Dream Worker"; "Assassins of Allah" (aka "Hassan-i Sabbah"); "Silver Machine" / "Paranoia" (unlisted)
*Personnel: Dave Brock; Huw Lloyd-Langton; Harvey Bainbridge; Alan Davey; Danny Thompson; with Lemmy; Dumpy

1992 – "Hawklords Live" – (Hawkdiscs Records, DOJOCD71) – live 1978
*CD: "25 Years"; "High Rise"; "Death Trap"; "Spirit of the Age"; "Sonic Attack"; "Over the Top"
*Personnel: Robert Calvert; Dave Brock; Steve Swindells; Harvey Bainbridge; Martin Griffin

1992 – "California Brainstorm" – (Iloki Records, ILCD 1014) – live 1990
*CD: "Void's End" (aka "The Golden Void"); "Ejection"; "Brainstorm"; "Out of the Shadows"; "Eons" (aka "Snake Dance"); "Night Of the Hawks"; "TV Suicide"; "Back in the Box"; "Assassins of Allah" (aka "Hassan-i Sabbah"); "Propaganda"; "Reefer Madness"
*Bonus tracks: "Images"
*Personnel: Bridget Wishart; Dave Brock; Harvey Bainbridge; Alan Davey; Richard Chadwick

1995 – "Undisclosed Files Addendum" – (Emergency Broadcast System Records, EBS114) – live 1984 and 1988
*CD: "Orgone Accumulator"; "Ghost Dance"; "Sonic Attack"; "Watching the Grass Grow"; "Coded Languages"; "Damned By the Curse Of Man" (all live 1984); "Ejection"; "Motorway City"; "Dragons And Fables"; "Heads"; "Angels of Death" (all live 1988)
*Personnel: Various line-ups

1997 – "The 1999 Party" (EMI, HAWKS6) – live 1974
*CD1: "Intro" / "Standing on the Edge"; "Brainbox Pollution"; "It's So Easy"; "You Know You're Only Dreaming"; "Veterans of a Thousand Psychic Wars"; "Brainstorm"; "Seven By Seven"
*CD2: "The Watcher"; "The Awakening"; "Paradox"; "You'd Better Believe It"; "Psychedelic Warlords"; "D-Rider"; "Sonic Attack"; "Master of the Universe"; "Welcome To the Future"
*Personnel: Dave Brock; Nik Turner; Simon House; Del Dettmar; Lemmy; Simon King

1999 – "Glastonbury 90" – – (Voiceprint Records, HAWKVP1CD) – live 1990
*CD1: "Magic of the Earth" (aka "Black Elk Speaks"); "Angels of Death"; "The Golden Void"; "Brainstorm"; "The Door"; "Ejection"; "Sword of Dawn"; "Assassins of Allah" (aka "Hassan-i Sabbah"); "Dreamworker"; "You Shouldn't Do That"; "Images"
*Personnel: Bridget Wishart; Dave Brock; Harvey Bainbridge; Alan Davey; Richard Chadwick

1999 – "" – (Voiceprint Records, HAWKVP3CD) – live 1982
*CD1: "Choose Your Masques"; "Coded Languages"; "Magnu"; "Dust of Time"; "Warriors At the Edge of Time"; "Waiting For Tomorrow"; "Angels of Death"; "Psychedelic Warlords"; "Utopia"; "Social Alliance"; "Arrival in Utopia"
*CD2: "Solitary Mind Games"; "Dream Worker"; "Brainstorm"; "Ejection"; "Shot Down in the Night"; "Master of the Universe"
*Personnel: Dave Brock; Nik Turner; Huw Lloyd-Langton; Harvey Bainbridge; Martin Griffin; with Michael Moorcock

1999 – "" – (Voiceprint Records, HAWKVP4CD) – live 1979
*CD1: "Shot Down in the Night"; "Motorway City"; "Spirit of the Age"; "Urban Guerilla"; "Who's Gonna Win the War"; "World of Tiers"; "
*CD2: "New Jerusalem"; "Light House"; "Brianstorm"; "Satellite" (aka "The Phenomenon of Luminosity"); "PXR5"; "Master of the Universe"; "Silver Machine"; "Levitation"
*Personnel: Dave Brock; Huw Lloyd-Langton; Tim Blake; Harvey Bainbridge; Simon King

2000 – "Atomhenge 76" – (Voiceprint Records, HAWKVP5CD) – live 1976
*CD1: "Reefer Madness"; "Paradox"; "Chronoglide Skyway"; "Hassan-i Sabbah"; "Brainstorm"; "Wind of Change"
*CD2: "Steppenwolf"; "Uncle Sam's on Mars"; "Time For Sale"; "Back on the Streets"; "Sonic Attack"; "Kerb Crawler"
*Personnel: Robert Calvert; Dave Brock; Nik Turner; Simon House; Rudolph; Simon King; Alan Powell

2002 – "Live 1990" – (Voiceprint Records, HAWKVP12CD) – live 1990
*CD1: "Karnac Intro"; "Angels of Death"; "The Golden Void"; "Ejection"; "Wings"; "Out of the Shadows"; "Snake Dance"; "Night Of the Hawks"; "The 7th Star"; "TV Suicide"
*CD2: "Back in the Box"; "Assassins of Allah" (aka "Hassan-i Sabbah"); "Images"; "Assault & Battery"; "The Golden Void"; "Out Of the Shadows"; "Snake Dance"; "Night of the Hawks"; "The 7th Star"; "Back in the Box"; "Arrival in Utopia"; "Ejection"; "Damnation Alley" / "Your Secret's Safe With Me"
*Personnel: Bridget Wishart; Dave Brock; Simon House; Harvey Bainbridge; Alan Davey; Richard Chadwick

Compilations albums

Compilation albums listed are those that have been compiled by record labels that had Hawkwind under contract to produce a series of albums.

*1976 – "Roadhawks" – (United Artists Records, UAK29919, UK#45) – compilation from 1970-75
*1977 – "Masters of the Universe" – (United Artists Records, UAG30025) – compilation from 1971-74
*1980 – "Repeat Performance" – (Charisma Records, BG2) – compilation from 1976-78
*1986 – "Angels of Death" – (RCA/Active Records, NL71150) – compilation from 1981-82
*1988 – "Spirit of the Age" – (Virgin Records, COMCD8) – compilation from 1976-78
*1990 – "Stasis (The UA Years 1971 – 1975)" – (EMI, CZ297) – compilation from 1971-74
*1992 – "Tales from Atom Henge" – (Virgin Records, CDVM9008) – compilation from 1976-78
*1999 – "Epocheclipse – 30 Year Anthology" – (EMI, 21751) – 3CD compilation from 1969-99
*1999 – "Epocheclipse – The Ultimate Best Of" – (EMI, 21747) – compilation from 1969-99
*2002 – "Masters of Rock" – (EMI, 37765) – compilation from 1970-75 with 2 new 2001 live tracks
*2006 – "The Collection" – (EMI, 3592182) – compilation from 1970-74
*2008 – "Spirit of the Age" – (Atomhenge) – 3CD compilation from 1976-84
*2008 – "The Dream Goes On" – (Atomhenge) – 3CD compilation from 1985-97

Various Artists albums

This section contains Various Artists compilations that contain Hawkwind material that was unavailable elsewhere.

1972 – "Glastonbury Fayre" – (Revelation Records, REV1)
*Tracks: "Silver Machine" and "Welcome To the Future" from The Roundhouse, 13 February, 1972
*Personnel: Robert Calvert; Dave Brock; Nik Turner; Dik Mik; Del Dettmar; Lemmy; Simon King

1972 – "Greasy Truckers Party" – (United Artists Records, UDX 203/4)
*Tracks: "Master of the Universe" and "Born To Go" from The Roundhouse, 13 February, 1972
*Personnel: Robert Calvert; Dave Brock; Nik Turner; Dik Mik; Del Dettmar; Lemmy; Simon King

1982-84 – "Hawkwind, Friends and Relations Volumes 1-6" – (Flicknife Records)
*Volume 1 tracks: "Who's Gonna Win the War?" (demo 1979); "Robot" (live 1977); "Valium 10" (demo 1979)
*Volume 2 tracks: "Earth Calling" (live 1972); "We Do It" (BBC Session 1971); "Spirit of the Age" (live 1977)
*Volume 3 tracks: "Psychedelia Lives" (Glastonbury 1981); "Drug Cabinet Key" (aka "Flying Doctor") (live 1978)
*Personnel: Various line-ups

1988 – "Travellers Aid Trust" – (Flicknife Records, SHARP2045)
*Tracks: "Brainstorm" and "Blue Dreamer" from Bristol Custom Bike Show, 23 August, 1986
*Personnel: Dave Brock; Huw Lloyd-Langton; Harvey Bainbridge; Alan Davey; Danny Thompson

2003 – "Hawkfest 2002" – (Voiceprint Records, HAWKVP100CD)
*Tracks: "Night of the Hawks" from Hawkfest, Seaton, Three Horseshoes Farm [http://myweb.tiscali.co.uk/hawkwind/disc_hawkfest2002.html] , 20 July 2002
*Personnel: Dave Brock; Huw Lloyd-Langton; Tim Blake; Simon House; Keith Kniveton; Alan Davey; Richard Chadwick

ingles

The singles listed here, in the main, are all of those that went on general release in the UK. There are a couple of overseas releases included as they are significant in that their a-side and/or b-side were unavailable in the UK.

*1970 - "Hurry on Sundown" / "Mirror Of Illusion" (Liberty Records, LBF15382, 7")
*1972 - "Silver Machine" / "Seven By Seven" (United Artists Records, UP35381, 7", UK#3). Re-released 1976 (7"), 1978 (7" & 12", UK#34) and 1982 (7", 7" pic disc & 12", UK#67)
*1973 - "Lord Of Light" / "Born To Go" (United Artists Records, UA35492, 7", German)
*1973 - "Urban Guerrilla" / "Brainbox Pollution" (United Artists Records, UP35566, 7", UK#39) Withdrawn after 3 weeks of release.
*1974 - "You'd Better Believe It" / "Paradox" (United Artists Records, UP35689, 7", France)
*1974 - "The Psychedelic Warlords" / "It's So Easy" (United Artists Records, UP35715, 7")
*1975 - "Kings of Speed" / "Motorhead" (United Artists Records, UP35808, 7")
*1976 - "Kerb Crawler" / "Honky Dorky" (Charisma Records, CB289, 7")
*1977 - "Back on the Streets" / "The Dream Of Isis" (Charisma Records, CB299, 7")
*1977 - "Quark, Strangeness and Charm" / "The Forge Of Vulcan" (Charisma Records, CB305, 7")
*1978 - "Psi Power" / "Death Trap" (Charisma Records, CB323, 7")
*1979 - "25 Years" / "PXR5" (12" only) / "(Only) The Dead Dreams Of The Cold War Kid" (Charisma Records, CB332, 7" & 12")
*1980 - "Shot Down in the Night" / "Urban Guerilla" (Bronze Records, BRO98, 7", UK#59)
*1980 - "Who's Gonna Win The War?" / "Nuclear Toy" (Bronze Records, BRO109, 7")
*1981 - "Angels of Death" / "Trans Dimensional Man" (RCA/Active Records, RCA137, 7")
*1982 - "Silver Machine" / "Psychedelic Warlords" / "Silver Machine (Full Version)" (RCA/Active Records, RCA267, 7" & 7" pic disc)
*1984 - "The Earth Ritual Preview" EP: "Night Of The Hawk" / "Green Finned Demon" / "Dream Dancers" (12" only) / "Dragons & Fables" (12" only) (Flicknife Records, FLS104, 7" & 12")
*1985 - "Needle Gun" / "Song Of The Swords" (12" only) / "Arioch" (Flicknife Records, FLS032, 7" & 12")
*1986 - "Zarozinia" / "Assault And Battery" / "Sleep Of 1000 Tears" (12" only) (Flicknife Records, FLS033, 7" & 12")
*1993 - "Gimme Shelter (Rock)" EP: (EMI, 7243 8 805762, 12" & CD, UK#23) Versions of The Rolling Stones' Gimmie Shelter by Thunder, Little Angels and Hawkwind featuring Samantha Fox. 1 of 4 Various Artists EPs in benefit of the charity Shelter.
*1993 - "Right To Decide" / "The Camera That Could Lie" / "Right To Decide (Radio Edit Mix)" / "Assassin (Magick Carpet Mix)" (4-Real Records, 4R2, 12" & CD)
*1994 - "Quark, Strangeness and Charm" EP: "Uncle Sam's On Mars (Red Planet Radio Mix)" / "Quark, Strangeness and Charm" / "Black Sun" / "Uncle Sam's on Mars (Martian Conquest Mix)" (Emergency Broadcast System Records, EBCD110, 12" & CD) [http://home.clara.net/adawson/singles/quarkep.html]
*1995 - "Area S4": "Alien (I Am)" / "Sputnik Stan" (12" only) / "Death Trap" / "Wastelands Of Sleep" / "Are You Losing Your Mind?" (Emergency Broadcast System Records, EBCD107, 12" & CD)
*1997 - "Love In Space" / "Lord Of Light" / "Sonic Attack" (Emergency Broadcast System Records, EBCD106, CD)
*2004 - "Spirit of the Age (Radio Edit)" / "Angela Android" / "Assassins of Allah" (Voiceprint Records, HAWKVP55CD1, CD)
*2004 - "Spirit of the Age (Live Version)" / "Paradox" (Voiceprint Records, HAWKVP55CD2, CD)

Archive Singles

This section lists those Hawkwind singles that have been compiled and released from archive tapes, be it live, studio outtakes or demo material.
*1981 - "Hawkwind Zoo" EP: "Hurry On Sundown" / "Sweet Mistress Of Pain" [aka "Kiss Of The Velvet Whip"] ; "Kings Of Speed" (Flicknife Records, FLEP100, 12") Abbey Road Studios, 1969; Olympic Studios outtake, Jan-1975
*1981 - "Motorhead" / "Valium 10" (Flicknife Records, FLS205, 7"&12") Olympic Studios outtake, Jan-1975; Rockfield Studios, 1979
*1981 - "Sonic Assassins" EP: "Over The Top" / "Freefall"; "Death Trap" (Flicknife Records, FLEP101, 12") Sonic Assassins, 23-Dec-1977
*1982 - "Who's Gonna Win The War?" / "Time Of The Hawklords" (Flicknife Records, FLS209, 7") Rockfield Studios, 1979
*1983 - "Motorway City" / "Master Of The Universe" (Flicknife Records, FLS025, 7") Lewisham Odeon, 1980
*1984 - "Independent Days" EP: "Hurry on Sundown" (Flicknife Records, FLEP100, May 1981); "Motorway City" (FLS025, October 1983); "Motorhead" (FLS205, August 1981) / "Over the Top" (FLEP101, December 1981); "Who's Gonna Win the War?" (FLS209, June 1982); "Social Alliance" (FLS024, September 1983)
*1986 - "Silver Machine" / "Magnu"; "Angels Of Life" (Samurai Records, HW12001, 7"&12")
*1990 - "The Early Years Live" EP (Receiver Records, REPLAY 3014, 12")

External links

* [http://www.hawkwind.com/ca_.htm Mission Control] is the current band's official website. This lists the recordings endorsed by the band.
* [http://myweb.tiscali.co.uk/hawkwind/hawkwind_discs.html Hawkeye on Hawkwind] is Adrian Parr's fansite. Details all legitimate releases with recording sources and personnel.
* [http://home.clara.net/adawson/list.html Hawkwind Files] is Andrew Dawson's fansite. It Comprehensively lists all releases, re-releases and bootlegs with worldwide release history.


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