United Artists
Hawkwind   In Search of Space   Doremi Falso Latido   Space Ritual

Hall of the Mountain Grill   Warrier on the Edge of Time

astounding Sounds, Amazing Music   Quark Strangeness and Charm   Hawklords   PXR5
Live '79   Levitation
Sonic Attack   Church of Hawkwind   Choose your Masques   Zones
Do Not Panic   Chronicles of the Black Sword   Out and Intake
Live Chronicles   Xenon Codex   Space Bandits   California Brainstorm
Electric Teepee   It is the Business of the Future to be dangerous
Emergency Broadcast System
The Business Trip   Alien 4   Distant Horizons  
In Your Area   Spacebrock   Take me to your Leader
This Is The End Now
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Financed by the fluke success of the single "Silver Machine," the SPACE RITUAL tour marked the conceptual and musical pinnacles of BLANGA.

The DOREMI line-up was supplemented by poet Robert Calvert, who had drifted in and out through 1971-2 as an integral part of the rambling live proceedings and who had originally sang "Silver Machine" in concert only to have his vocal wiped for Lemmy's more suggestive and more successful growl.

This is a two-disk live set of non-stop, high intensity BLANGA. It's simply unrelenting and positively riveting.

Calvert's declamation of "Sonic Attack" (written by fantasy novelist Michael Moorcock, who peaked on his first Hawkwind appearance) is one of the scariest and most potent moments in vinyl history.

This is the real thing. As Lux said, if you can't dig this, you can't dig nothing. If you only own one Hawkwind record, it should be SPACE RITUAL.