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Boxset/Compilation, released in 1994

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Master of The Universe (Brock/Turner)
2. Angels of Death (Brock)
3. Motorhead (Kilmister)
4. Earth Calling (Calvert)
5. Space Is deep (Brock)
6. Ghost Dance (Bainbridge/Turner)
7. Born to Go (Brock)
8. British Tribal Music(Brock/Bainbridge/Swindles/King)
9. Spirit of The Age (Brock/Calvert))
10. Hash Cake '77 (Brock)
11. High Rise (Brock/Calvert)
12. Hurry on Sundown (Brock)
13. Douglas in The Jungle (Brock/Bainbridge)
14. Who's Gonna Win The War (Brock)
15. Quark strangeness and Charm (Calvert/Brock)
16. Dealing With the Devil (Wiliamson)
17. Silver Machine (Calvert/Brock) (Live)

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CD: Castle Communications MAT CD 293

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HAWKWIND The Best of Hawkwind ratings distribution

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Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(0%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(17%)
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Review by Easy Livin
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2 stars Quality control alert!!

A budget label collection, which if it's not yet been deleted, should cost you next to nothing. The track selection is good, but the title is somewhat misleading. Many of the tracks are poor quality live versions, while others appear to be demos. Among the live versions are "Angels of death", "Born to go", and a somewhat shortened "Masters of the universe". The excellent "Hurry on sundown" is a shadow of the track which opens the "Hawkwind" album, and "Quark strangeness and charm" also sounds nothing like the track on the album of that name.

Good value certainly, but just one of the many repackagings of the band's work available, and woefully lacking in the quality control department.

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