Hawkwind – X In Search Of Space (VG+/VG)
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Hawkwind’s In Search Of Space is an iconic album from one of the most influential British rock bands of all time. Released in 1971, it marked a turning point in the band’s sound and cemented their place in rock history.
The album’s sound is a unique blend of heavy rock, progressive rock, and spacey psychedelia. The songs feature intricate, multi-layered arrangements that are both intricate and powerful. The lead vocals of Dave Brock soar above the swirling layers of guitars and synths. The lyrics are often deeply spiritual and explore the concept of space and the universe.
The album features a number of standout tracks, including the opener “You Shouldn’t Do That” and the epic “Silver Machine”. Other highlights include the gentle “Master of the Universe” and the melancholic “Children of the Sun”. The album also features a number of instrumentals that showcase Hawkwind’s instrumental prowess.
In Search Of Space is an essential album for any fan of classic rock. The album’s mix of hard rock, progressive rock, and psychedelia creates a unique and timeless sound. The lyrics explore spiritual themes, while the instrumentation is both intricate and powerful. In Search Of Space is an essential part of the Hawkwind legacy and a timeless classic.
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