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Space Ritual - Live 1994


Download links and information about Space Ritual - Live 1994 by Nik Turner. This album was released in 1995 and it belongs to Electronica, Industrial, Rock, Indie Rock, Alternative genres. It contains 21 tracks with total duration of 02:04:32 minutes.

Artist: Nik Turner
Release date: 1995
Genre: Electronica, Industrial, Rock, Indie Rock, Alternative
Tracks: 21
Duration: 02:04:32
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No. Title Length
1. Ghost Dance 6:41
2. Watching The Grass Grow 4:46
3. D-Rider (Made Famous by Hawkwind) 8:59
4. Master Of The Universe (Made Famous by Hawkwind) 8:35
5. Sonic Attack (Made Famous by Hawkwind) 7:30
6. Thoth 5:23
7. King 1:59
8. God Rock 7:49
9. Slo-Blo 2:29
10. Serenade 2:59
11. Utopia 2000 (Made Famous by Hawkwind) 1:58
12. Brainstorm (Made Famous by Hawkwind) 7:18
13. Ejection (Made Famous by Hawkwind) 5:34
14. The Awakening (Made Famous by Hawkwind) 2:05
15. The Right Stuff (Made Famous by Hawkwind) 5:08
16. Armour For Everyday (featuring Genesis P - Orridge) 6:31
17. Nirbasion Annasion 5:23
18. You Shouldn't Do That (Made Famous by Hawkwind) 10:55
19. T.V. As Eyes 4:32
20. Orgone Accumulator (Made Famous by Hawkwind) 5:12
21. Silver Machine (Made Famous by Hawkwind) 12:46



A founding member of Hawkwind, Nik Turner gave the group some of its avant-garde edge with his ambitious flute and saxophone performances, which fit Hawkwind's visionary sound to perfection. So it’s no coincidence that this 1994 performance is based on the classic Hawkwind double live album Space Ritual. With the addition of Chrome guitarist Helios Creed and space-rock notable Pressurehed, Turner brings a spectral force to the Hawkwind classics “Brainstorm,” “Orgone Accumulator,” and “Silver Machine” while adding to the legend with the more recent compositions “Thoth,” “God Rock/Slo Blo,” and Creed’s “Nirbasion Annasion” and “TV as Eyes.” Throbbing Gristle’s Genesis P. Orridge joins for the absolutely weird “Armour for Everyday.” These tracks have an electronic intensity. A song like Hawkwind’s “D-Rider” is a mix of acoustic folk and LSD space imaginings, surfing the sky for nine glorious minutes. Unlike many reformation projects, Space Ritual retains the otherworldly power of the original. This isn't a pale imitation; it's a solid exploration into a singular style that's never come close to being exhausted.