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Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock, Classic Rock, Metal
1997 release on Recall, a two disc compilation providing a remarkably wide sweep through Hawkwind's history, 1973-1995.From 'Urban Guerilla' (Live) & 'Sonic Attack', through 'The Forge Of Vulcan', 'Life Form' & 'High Rise'... more »
1997 release on Recall, a two disc compilation providing a remarkably wide sweep through Hawkwind's history, 1973-1995.From 'Urban Guerilla' (Live) & 'Sonic Attack', through 'The Forge Of Vulcan', 'Life Form' & 'High Rise', and up to more recent material, such as 'Vega' & 'Abducted'. 27 tracks total, all digitally mastered. Double slimline jewel case.
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Hawkwind - 'Ambient Anarchists' (Recall)
Mike Reed | USA | 11/20/2004
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Yet another decent compilation of the long-running UK space rock band.This here 2-CD budget import covers quite a wide time span of the band's career,from 1973-95.A total of 27 tracks,some that most Hawkfans may not hear that often UNLESS he/she listens to the band's music for several hours like every day.Some of the material that I rarely get tired of are the live version of "Urban Guerilla","Right To Decide","Uncle Sam's On Mars","The Forge Of Vulcan","Utopia","Sonic Attack" and "Life Form".Never did care much for "The Camera That Could Lie" or "TV Suicide".Enjoy."
Who chose the songs for this one?
Gary L. Quay | Portland, OR United States | 11/28/2003
(3 out of 5 stars)
""Ambiend Anarchists" has a number of superior tracks on it, notably the live version of "Assasins" with the ambient opener. However, many of the versions of older songs are not the best ones. Psychedellic warlords and Urban Guerrilla are particularly bad (although Sonic Attack is mind-blowing). There are some real gems here, but keep your finger on the "skip" button."
R. Scott | USA | 03/23/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I love this CD but I was a bit disappointed that "High Rise" (even though it's listed on the track list) does not appear on the CD at all. It's listed as "High Rise" but it's actually "PXR5"."