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Hawkwind – Night Of The Hawks / Green Finned Demon
(Flicknife Records  1984  7FLEP104)

Vinyl in Excellent/Very Good+ condition
(there are some surface marks visible on the vinyl which do give some light pops/crackles but sound quality is excellent overall – Side 2 is cracklier at the start and so is graded VG)

Sleeve in Very Good+ condition
– some general wear

Hawkwind are an English rock band, one of the earliest space rock groups. Their lyrics favour urban and science fiction themes. They are also a noted precursor to punk rock and now are considered a link between the hippie and punk cultures.

Formed in November 1969 by singer-songwriter and guitarist Dave Brock, Hawkwind have gone through many incarnations and styles of music. Critic Jim Green describes their trademark sound as characterised by “that gargantuan and impenetrable pre-metal/hardcore drone, those great riffs, that inexorable drive to destinations unknown.” In the early 1990s, the word “blanga” was coined by Inner City Unit and Robert Calvert guitarist Steve Pond (who currently plays in Krankshaft with 2012 touring keyboardist Dead Fred) and music critic J. Eric Smith via the Hawkwind Blanga Guide  to summarize this sound, and the word has become a common descriptive term for the music created by Hawkwind and the bands they have inspired. Dozens of musicians have worked with the group; fantasy and science fiction writer Michael Moorcock was an occasional collaborator. Lemmy of Motorhead was originally in the band.

Night Of The Hawks” is a 1984 song by the UK rock group Hawkwind. 


A   Night Of The Hawks (Radio Cut)

Written-By – Brock*

B   Green Finned Demon (Short Version)

Written-By – Brock*, Calvert*


  • Bass – H.Bainbridge*
  • Bass, Vocals – Lemmy
  • Drums – J.Clark*
  • Guitar – Huw Lloyd Langton*
  • Lacquer Cut By – JA* (tracks: A)
  • Plated By – Z (2)
  • Producer, Guitar, Vocals, Synth – D.Brock*


Weight 1.00000000 kg


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