7 tracks (38:30). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at Last.fm. The CD reissue is fantastic, with amazing packaging, bonus tracks, extensive liner notes and photos and of course, excellent sound. We then get the 10 min. Genres: Space Rock. "Astounding Sounds, Amazing Music" (1976 release; 11 tracks including 4 bonus track; 52 min.) had prominently taken over as the band's lead vocalist. opus "Steppenwolf" (named after the Herman Hesse novel) and one might expect an epic space rocker, but it's not at all. Released 27 August 1976 on Charisma (catalog no. opens with "Reefer Madness", a straight-up rocker. Format: CD, Year: 2009, Label: Atomhenge (ATOMCD 1005), Barcode: 5013929630529, Length: 51:42 We then get the 10 min. 'Astounding Sounds Amazing Music' is more space pop than any other Hawkwind release. Also the ONLY Hawkwind lp that had Pink Fairies bassist Paul Rudolph on board. referencing Astounding Sounds, Amazing Music, LP, Album, M/Print, CDS 4004 The matrices you list are probably slightly incorrect-the A//1 (& B//1) is followed by a U and this may have been misread as a 0 or O. Format: CD, Year: 1989, Label: Virgin (CDSCD4004), Barcode: 5012981400422, Length: 38:32 opens with "Reefer Madness", a straight-up rocker. It's another straight-up rocker of a tune, albeit a long one. That's probably because resident poet Robert Calvert (R.I.P.) It seems that after firing Lemmy (all Hawkwind fans know the whole story), the band were confused what direction to take and it … View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the 1976 Vinyl release of Astounding Sounds, Amazing Music on Discogs. The title makes references to old science fiction magazines (Astounding and Amazing Stories), the concept being that each piece of music (and its title) would be interpreted as an individual science fiction story. Format: 12" Vinyl, Year: 1976, Label: Charisma (CDS 4004), Length: 38:32 Astounding Sounds, Amazing Music, an Album by Hawkwind. Hawkwind - Astounding Sounds, Amazing Music review: The Addition of a new vocalist brings Hawkwind on to a new style of song. A feat that would last through four albums. It's another straight-up rocker of a tune, albeit a long one. opus "Steppenwolf" (named after the Herman Hesse novel) and one might expect an epic space rocker, but it's not at all.
Hawkwind was at a difficult transitional point in 1976 when the band recorded Astounding Sounds, Amazing Music.Bassist Lemmy Kilmister had been fired after a drug bust the year before, and the band had been forced to scramble for a replacement, eventually hiring ex-Pink Fairies member Paul Rudolph.What's more, the band had just released a series of successful, landmark proto-heavy metal … Listen free to Hawkwind – Astounding Sounds, Amazing Music (Reefer Madness, Steppenwolf and more). CDS 4004; Vinyl LP). "Astounding Sounds, Amazing Music" (1976 release; 11 tracks including 4 bonus track; 52 min.) 33 on the UK album charts. Astounding Sounds, Amazing Music is the sixth studio album by the British rock band Hawkwind, released in 1976.It reached No.
The music on the other hand tells another story.