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Space Ritual


Psychedelic/Space Rock

3.32 | 7 ratings

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4 stars Now this is a good album as its got everything youd want from a album with nik turner in it its got flute saxaphone and the sax on this is just what i thought it would be like sounds great and good to,this starts just how it should i think with an instrumental which is just like hawkwind there are tracks on here which are like poems with bits which remind me of warrior at the edge of time and they are the black corridor and arrival in utopia which i love the black corridor because it just sounds just like 70s hawkwind and niks voice here is kind of treated with a kind of good treatment i think makes him sound like he has jumped from how he sounded in the 70s to now,atomik is acoustic guitar and with the weird noices in background and the acoustic guitar here sounds good to a nice bit of guitar i think its mick slattery he sounds here a good guitarist this song is really nice i think,well the rest of the album is just brilliant the whole of this album is so hawkwind well more hawkwind sounding than hawkwind,this actually is better than hawkwind anyday now as new albums go that is cause if u know hawkwind now theve got mr dibs from spacehead in the band and he sounds and looks awful hes fat and his voice is crap at least this album is good and sounds well sounds great sounds bettter than the new hawkwind album thast they will bring out,this is a gem if you like that hawkwind sound with nik turner in as its very 70s hawkwind,i ive this 4 stars as this must be heard by all hawkwind fans for sure.
davidsporle | 4/5 |


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