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Warrior on the Edge of Time


Download links and information about Warrior on the Edge of Time by Hawkwind. This album was released in 1975 and it belongs to Rock, Psychedelic genres. It contains 11 tracks with total duration of 47:40 minutes.

Artist: Hawkwind
Release date: 1975
Genre: Rock, Psychedelic
Tracks: 11
Duration: 47:40
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No. Title Length
1. Assault and Battery / The Golden Void 10:08
2. The Wizard Blew His Horn 1:58
3. Opa-Loka 5:09
4. The Demented Man 3:57
5. Magnu 8:15
6. Standing at the Edge 2:46
7. Spiral Galaxy 28948 3:46
8. Warriors 1:58
9. Dying Seas 3:03
10. Kings of Speed 3:36
11. Motorhead (Bonus Track) 3:04



Hawkwind's fifth album marks several turning points for the band. It was their last record for United Artists, the last to include famed bass man Lemmy Kilmister (the Lemmy-sung bonus track "Motorhead" hints at where he'd wind up next), the first to feature lyrics (and even some vocals) from sci-fi author Michael Moorcock (who'd become a key figure in Hawkwind's history), and the last time they'd dent the American album charts. They also introduced a double-drummer lineup for the first time. But while the expanded percussive force, Lemmy's in-your-face basslines, and the Black Sabbath–in–space guitar riffs of bandleader Dave Brock amp up the album's hard-rocking side, Nik Turner's flute and Simon House's keys and violin keep things swirling in a more cosmic direction. And Moorcock's lyrics not only sound like they could have been taken from one of his novels, they practically were, directly incorporating concepts from his stories. Hawkwind's next album moved into a more conventional rock direction, but Warrior perched perfectly between the earth and the stars.