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Hawkwind - Church of Hawkwind album mp3
Art Rock,Hard Rock,Heavy Metal,Prog-Rock
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    Church of Hawkwind
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    Art Rock,Hard Rock,Heavy Metal,Prog-Rock
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    December, 1981 - February, 1982
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    Rockfield Studios, Monmouth, Wales
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    1543 megabytes
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    1649 megabytes
  • Size WMA version
    1903 megabytes
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Church of Hawkwind is the twelfth studio album by Hawkwind, released under the band name Church of Hawkwind in 1982. The name change reflects the fact that this was a musical departure for the band, being a more experimental electronic offering rather than the usual heavy rock that the band were known for at the time. Dave Brock resurrects the "Dr Technical" alias which he had previously used for production of the band's 1972 hit single "Silver Machine".

The Church of Hawkwind" is another very mediocre album with a few shining lights scattered here and there. Too many of Hawkwind's 80s albums were like this; lots of instrumentals and effects but no real songs to speak of. Oh well, there are 15 tracks so surely something will be worth salvaging here. The songs worth hunting down are 'Nuclear Drive', 'Damage of Life' and 'Some People Never Die', but the rest unfortunately are rather dull and uninspiring instrumentals

Album Name Church of Hawkwind. Released date 14 May 1982. Labels Active Records RCA Griffin Music (USA). Music StyleHeavy Rock. Members owning this album6.

Formed in 1969, Hawkwind are a prolific and pioneering space-rock group from the UK. Within weeks of their formation, the band had made a name for themselves on the free festival circuit and would perform live without fee wherever they were able.

Church of Hawkwind (1982) by Hawkwind.

Hawkwind : Church of Hawkwind,альбом, рецезия, трек-лист, mp3, тексты песен. 8. Some People Never Die. 9. Damage of Life. 10. Experiment with Destiny. 11. Mists of Meridin. 12. Looking in the Future. 13. Joker at the Gate. 14. Light Specific Data. Other productions from Hawkwind.

Church of Hawkwind is not a good album, even the most stand out track; the short but chilling 'Experiment with Destiny', is in fact a shortened rehash of the song 'Virgin of the World' from their previous album Sonic Attack. Church takes away a lot from the sound of Hawkwind and nothing new is added, the synthesiers do their best to fill the gap, but they are shallow and hollow, a mindless mass of blaring 80s beeps, bleeps, whizzes and noise

Hawkwind are an English rock band and one of the earliest space rock groups. Formed in November 1969, Hawkwind have gone through many incarnations and they have incorporated different styles into their music, including hard rock, progressive rock and psychedelic rock. They are also regarded as an influential proto-punk band. Their lyrics favour urban and science fiction themes.


Harvey Bainbridge - Bass, Composer, Vocals
Capt Al Bodi - Drums
Dave Brock - Composer, Guitar, Harmonica, Keyboards, Vocals
Dr. Technical - Composer
Martin Griffin - Drums
Hawkwind - Primary Artist
Ashley Howe - Engineer
Huw Lloyd-Langton - Composer
Marion Lloyd-Langton - Composer
Madame X - Vocals
Pat Moran - Engineer
Marc Sperhawk - Bass

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Angel Voices Harvey Bainbridge / Dr. Technical Hawkwind 1:21
2 Nuclear Drive Dave Brock Hawkwind 3:39
3 Star Cannibal Dr. Technical Hawkwind 5:31
4 The Phenomenon of Luminosity Dr. Technical Hawkwind 2:40
5 Fall of Earth City Harvey Bainbridge / Huw Lloyd-Langton / Dr. Technical Hawkwind 3:24
6 The Church Dave Brock / Marion Lloyd-Langton Hawkwind 1:32
7 Identimate Dr. Technical Hawkwind 3:45
8 Some People Never Die Dr. Technical Hawkwind 3:52
9 Damage of Life Dr. Technical Hawkwind 5:50
10 Experiment With Destiny Dr. Technical Hawkwind 2:31
11 Mists of Meridin Dr. Technical Hawkwind 5:13
12 Looking in the Future Dave Brock Hawkwind 4:03
13 Joker at the Gate Harvey Bainbridge / Dave Brock Hawkwind 1:51
14 Light Specific Data Dr. Technical Hawkwind 3:48
15 The Last Messiah Harvey Bainbridge / Dr. Technical Hawkwind 1:27

Much underrated. Possibly sounds more relevant now than when the AllMusic review was written. For example, Public Service Broadcasting (and I love what they do) must have surely been influenced by tracks like Some People Never Die. Sure, maybe a lack of songs if that's what you're looking for but I'd always rather listen to an evolving repetitive groove than a half-arsed attempt to write a song which in most cases sounds like a sub-standard version of someone else's half-arsed song. Let's face it, Hawkwind's strength has always been evolving repetitive grooves even if the first two minutes features the pretence of conventional song structure. And that's why we love them.