Cherry Red Records are pleased to announce the release of the new album by the legendary Hawkwind. A concept studio album and a live stage show, The Machine Stops is based on E.M. Forster’s Sci-fi classic. His dystopian vision of the future is brought to life with characteristic Hawkwind style. An atmospheric, musical interpretation beginning in tunnels deep beneath the earth, where every need is controlled and catered for by the machine. The struggle to escape and find a way to reach the outer surface is a utopian dream, which could prove to be the most deadly dream of all. Forster’s visionary masterpiece provides a chilling warning of the dangers of isolation, reliance on computer technology and the effects upon society.
mp3 320 kbps | 247 MB | UL | UA
Here is a nice little treat from Hawkwind. Imagine, Instead of being bludgeoned to death with 3 Hawkwind double albums in 3 years of varying quality – Blood Of The Earth (2010), Onward (2012), Stellar Variations (2012) – as well as a nice solo effort from Dave, Looking For Love In The Lost Land Of […]
Onward, the new Studio album from legendary mavericks: Hawkwind. Recorded at Earth Studios, the eagerly awaited follow-up to Blood of the Earth (2010 Eastworld records) encapsulates the band in full creative flight with a lavish collection of new music. mp3 320 kbps | 187 MB | DF | TB
Previously unheard and unreleased live Hawkwind show from the Cambridge Corn Exchange in 1972. Diligently cleaned-up and re-mastered to provide maximum listening quality. Recorded at the beginning of Hawkwind’s mainstream breakthrough year. Features classic line-up members Dave Brock, Nik Turner, Lemmy and Robert Calvert. FLAC + Covers | 419 MB | FSo1 | FSo2