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Psychedelic/Space Rock

2.62 | 78 ratings

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1 stars Well I finally received the CD and what a disappointment it turned out to be. Spirit of the age yet again,dull and boring, surely the Hawkwind members could have written a new song to put on this new CD. Tracks 2 and 3 are okay, I suppose. Then comes To love a machine, quite a good song BUT they go and spoil it with an absolutely dreadful ending. Digital Nation is not very good at all, no rock in it, no nothing really. Sunray is a 100% Arthur Brown song , it is not Hawkwind at all. Tracks 8 and 9 are quite good but then comes track 10, A letter to Robert. This is a spoken story of a supposed conversation with Robert Calvert done by Arthur Brown with music playing in the background. This track is a complete waste of time and space, surely Hawkwind could have put on a real song instead of this stupid track. Hawkwind have losted their magick touch, I am afraid after listening to this album it proves that Hawkwind should call it a day and stop producing anymore studio albums. What a sad ending for a once great band.
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