Label: EMI USA - TOCP-6798 • Series: Progressive Rock Series • Format: CD Album • Country: Japan • Genre: Rock • Style: Space Rock, Psychedelic Rock, Prog Rock
· In Search of Space.
Different label layout from X In Search Of Space (A1U / B1U, A1U/B2U matrixes); different fonts, "STEREO" further from the edge of the label and with a wider font. Released in a tri-fold, die-cut heavy card sleeve. which opens out from the centre, to form a 'hawk' shape. This shape is printed blue & white on the inside and full-color on reverse/5(72).
The lineup for Hawkwind seemed to always be in a state of flux with Dave Brock the only person to appear on every album. "In Search Of Space" starts out with the 15 minute "You Shouldn't Do That" which people either love or loathe. It is archetype stoner rock that drones on and on over a grove laid down by the drummer/5().
· Just as "Master of the Universe" chugs and rolls with a foreboding rhythm, "Adjust Me" retaliates with its moaning verse and tonal fluctuations fading into oblivion. The groundbreaking sound which Hawkwind achieved on In Search of Space helped to open up a /10().
· Rock. Style: Space Rock, Prog Rock, Hard Rock. Year: Notes: The 2nd album by Hawkwind, released in the UK 8th October Recording began briefly at Air Studios [Master Of The Universe], then moved to Olympic Studios. The innovative /5(K).
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