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In Search of Space


Download links and information about In Search of Space by Hawkwind. This album was released in 1971 and it belongs to Rock, Hard Rock, Metal, Heavy Metal genres. It contains 9 tracks with total duration of 57:37 minutes.

Artist: Hawkwind
Release date: 1971
Genre: Rock, Hard Rock, Metal, Heavy Metal
Tracks: 9
Duration: 57:37
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No. Title Length
1. You Shouldn't Do That (1996 Remaster) 15:41
2. You Know You're Only Dreaming (1996 Remaster) 6:37
3. Master of the Universe (1996 Remaster) 6:16
4. We Took the Wrong Step Years Ago (1996 Remaster) 4:50
5. ADJust Me (1996 Remaster) 5:46
6. Children of the Sun (1996 Remaster) 3:21
7. Seven By Seven (Single Version) [1996 Remaster] 5:23
8. Silver Machine (Single Version) [Live At the Roundhouse London] [1996 Remaster] 4:39
9. Born To Go (Single Version) [Live At the Roundhouse London] [1996 Remaster] 5:04



Hawkwind's second album was the one that solidified their position as underground heroes of the U.K. music scene; it's a milestone of post–Aquarian Age psychedelia and a sacred text of the space-rock genre it helped to inspire. Subsequent albums would venture into more overtly song-oriented territory, but here the standouts are trippy, jam-oriented riff-fests like "You Know You're Only Dreaming" and the 15-minute "You Shouldn't Do That," where Del Dettmar and Dik Mik's electronics and Nik Turner's heavily processed flute and sax smear spacy textures atop almost monomaniacally minimalistic figures. The interstellar excursions are set in relief by a few more conventional, downright folk-rocky cuts: the acoustic-based "Children of the Sun" and "We Took the Wrong Step Years Ago." But it was "Master of the Universe" that would become the band's signature song, setting its sci-fi lyrics against gritty hard rock riffs that would both help define space rock and influence the first wave of U.K. heavy metal.