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Hawkwind Timeline

Update: See also my Confusing Chronology Clarified. Hawkwind 1977-79.

[1997] (compiled by the old Golden Void web site  - see Hawkwind's Wikipedia page for more.)

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earliest moments of creation - 1968

The vast forces of the universe tick like clockwork, creating matter out of nothingness, producing forces out the the very fabric of space itself, bringing together the untold numbers of seemingly insignificant "coincidences" that would ultimately produce...

1969

... the band Hawkwind.
  • Dave Brock, Mick Slattery, Nik Turner, Terry Ollis, Dik Mik, and John Harrison jam in July at All Saints Hall in Notting Hill, London under the name of Group X.
  • Group X attracts Clearwater Productions and makes a demo disc as Hawkwind Zoo.
  • In October, Hawkwind Zoo's demo gets them a recording contract, under management by Doug Smith, with Liberty.
  • They decide to call themselves Hawkwind.
  • Mick Slattery is replaced by Huw Lloyd Langton.
  • Viv Prince drums occasionally with Hawkwind.

1970

  • Dick Taylor, the group's producer, joins as a member.
  • Hawkwind play at Canvas City outside of the Isle of Wight festival to protest against the high ticket prices.
  • Huw Lloyd Langton leaves in September.
  • John Harrison is replaced by Thomas Crimble in September.
  • The LP "Hawkwind" is released in August on Liberty/UA.
  • "Hurry on Sundown/Mirror of Illusion" is released in July as a single on Liberty.

1971

  • Thomas Crimble is replaced by Dave Anderson in May.
  • Del Detmar, the sound man, replaces Dik Mik in May.
  • Dik Mik rejoins in August.
  • Dave Anderson is replaced by Ian "Lemmy" Kilmister in August.
  • Stacia joins in June.
  • Hawkwind plays at Glastonbury Fayre in Somerset in June.
  • Robert Calvert becomes the resident poet, but is not an official member.
  • The LP "In Search of Space" is released in October on UA and reaches number 18 on the UK charts.

1972

  • Terry Olis is replaced by Simon King in January.
  • Hawkwind play at the Greasy Truckers Party at the Roadhouse in London in February.
  • Robert Calvert actually joins the band in February.
  • The Space Ritual tour is performed.
  • The LP "Doremi Fasol Latido" is released in November on UA, reaching number 14 on the UK charts.
  • The LP "Doremi Fasol Latido" is released on UA in Japan.
  • Bits of the Greasy Trucker gig appear on the "Greasy Trucker's Party" (Revelation) LP and the "Glastonbury Fayre" (UA) triple LP.
  • The single "Silver Machine/Seven By Seven" is released in August and becomes an international chart success, reaching number 3 on the UK charts.

1973

  • Dik Mik leaves in August.
  • Robert Calvert leaves.
  • Michael Moorcock starts making guest appearances.
  • Hawkwind tour the USA for the first time in November, debuting at Howard Stein's Academy of Music in New York.
  • "Space Ritual Alive" is released in May and reaches number 179 on the US charts in December.
  • The LP "In Search of Space" is released on UA/Spain with the extra track "Silver Machine".
  • The double LP "Space Ritual Alive" is released in June on Liberty/UA, reaching number 9 on the UK charts.
  • The single "Urban Guerilla/Brainbox Pollution" is released in August and reaches number 39 on the UK charts, but is withdrawn because of coincidental IRA violence.
  • The BBC Transcription Disc of Hawkwind live on the Brian Mathews Show is made in October (released in 1991 as the LP "Hawkwind: Space Rock from London").
  • The single "Lord of Light/Born to Go" is released.

1974

  • Hawkwind tour North America again in February.
  • Hawkwind plays a benefit gig for acid pioneer and proponent Timothy Leary.
  • Simon House, who played on the US tour, officially joins in April.
  • Del Dettmar decides to operate his synthesizers from the mixing console.
  • Del Dettmar leaves and emigrates to Canada in June.
  • Alan Powell joins in July after "temporarily" filling in for Simon King after Simon broke some ribs playing soccer in July.
  • The September US tour is cut short when the Indiana State Police impound their gear under a new tax law.
  • The US tour continues in October with 21 gigs.
  • The LP "Hall of the Mountain Grill" is released in September on UA, reaching number 16 on the UK charts and number 110 on the US charts.
  • The US Forces Radio LP featuring Hawkwind & Jefferson Starship is released on AFRTS.
  • The EP "Psychedelic Warlords/Hall of the Mountain Grill/D-Rider/Wind of Change" is release on UA in the US.
  • The single "Kings of Speed/ Motorhead 1974" is released on UA.
  • The single "Paradox/You'd Better Believe It" is released.
  • The single "Psychedelic Warlords/It's so Easy" is released.
  • The single "Sonic Attack" is released. It has only one side pressed.

1975

  • Lemmy is booted from the band after Canadian customs agents mistake amphetamine sulphate for cocaine in June.
  • Paul Rudolf steps in for Lemmy in June.
  • Hawkwind headline the Reading Festival in August, where Stacia plays her last gig.
  • Stacia get married the day after the Reading Festival.
  • Robert Calvert joins (again).
  • The LP "Hawkwind" is reissued by Sunset with a gatefold sleeve.
  • The LP "Warrior on the Edge of Time" is released in May on UA/Liberty and ATCO, reaching number 13 on the UK charts and number 150 on the US charts.
  • The single "Kerb Crawler/Honky Dorky" is released.

1976

  • Hawkwind sign with Charisma in January after leaving Liberty.
  • The SF book "The Time of the Hawklords" by Michael Butterworth is published in June. Hawkwind members are hero characters in the book.
  • The "Atomhenge" tour is performed.
  • The LP "Astounding Sounds, Amazing Music" is released in August on Charisma and reaches number 33 on the UK charts.
  • The LP "Roadhawks" is released in April on UA and reaches number 34 on the UK charts.
  • The single "Back on the Streets/The Dream of Isis" is released on Charisma.
  • The single "Kerb Crawler/Honky Dorky" is released in July but fails to chart.
  • The single "Silver Machine/Seven by Seven" is re-released.

1977

  • Nik Turner leaves in January to form Sphynx.
  • Paul Rudolf is booted in February.
  • Alan Powell is booted in February.
  • Adrian Shaw join in February.
  • Hawkwind tour England with Motorhead as the supporting band.
  • Dave Brock, Robert Calvert, Harvey Bainbridge, Martin Griffin, and Paul Hayles play a single gig on Christams Eve using the name "The Sonic Assassins".
  • Simon House is replaced by Paul Hayles in October.
  • The LP "Masters of the Universe" is released by United Artists in February. It won't be the last time a Hawkwind compilation of that name is released.
  • The LP "Mind Journey" of the August 10, 1975, gig in Glasgow is released by Nebula.
  • The LP "Quark, Strangeness and Charm" is released in June on Charisma and reaches number 30 on the UK charts.
  • The LP "Quark, Strangeness and Charm" is released on Charisma in Germany.
  • The LP "Quark, Strangeness and Charm" is released on Sire in the US.
  • The LP "Rock On" featuring Hawkwind and Van Der Graaf Generator is released on Philips in Sweden.
  • The single "Hassan I Sabha/Fable of a Failed Race" is released on French Charisma.
  • The single "Hassan I Sabha/Damnation Alley Part 2" is released on Italian Charisma.
  • The single "Quark, Strangeness, and Charm/The Forge of Vulcan" is released on Charisma.
  • The single "Quark, Strangeness, and Charm/The Iron Dream" is released on European Charisma.

1978

  • Hawkwind tour America in February.
  • Dave Brock quits after the tour.
  • Dave Brock, Robert Calvert, Harvey Bainbridge, Martin Griffin, and Steve Swindell release the LP "25 Years On" under the name "Hawklords" on Charisma in October. The LP reaches number 48 on the UK charts.
  • The Hawklords tour to promote the new album in October.
  • Martin Griffin leaves the Hawklords in December.
  • The LP "Hall of the Mountain Grill" is released on UA in Spain.
  • The single "Psi Power/Deathtrap" is released on Charisma as a US promo EP.
  • In October, United Artists re-releases the "Silver Machine/Seven by Seven" single in October, and it reaches number 34 on the UK charts.

1979

  • Robert Calvert leaves (again) in January.
  • Simon King rejoins in January, and the band tours briefly under the name Hawkwind.
  • Steve Swindell leaves.
  • Hawkwind is reformed with Dave Brock, Harvey Bainbridge, Huw Lloyd Langton, Tim Blake, and Simon King.
  • The LP "P.X.R. 5" is released in May on Charisma and reaches number 59 on the UK charts.
  • The LP "Roadhawks" is reissued on Electrola-UA in Germany as part of the "Masterpiece Series".
  • The EP "25 Years/PXR5/Dead Dreams of the Cold War Kid" is released.
  • The single "25 Years/Dead Dreams of the Cold War Kid" is released on Charisma.

1980

  • Simon King is fired in July.
  • Ginger Baker joins in September.
  • Tim Blake is replaced with Keith Hale.
  • The LP "Levitation" is released in November on Bronze records and reaches number 21 on the UK charts.
  • The LP "Live '79" (aka "Hawkwind Live", recorded at St. Albans) is released in August on Bronze Records and reaches number 15 on the UK charts.
  • The LP "Live" (aka "Live '79") is released on Bronze Records in New Zealand and Australia. The "79" from the original released is just a blank field on this one.
  • The LP "Repeat Performance" (aka "Rock Legends") is released in September on Charisma.
  • The LP "The Rock File" is released in February by UA.
  • The LP "Rock Legends" (aka "Repeat Performance") is released on Charisma in Australia.
  • The single "Shot Down in the Night" is released in July and reaches number 59 on the UK charts.
  • The single "Shot Down in the Night/Urban Guerilla" is released on Bronze.
  • The single "Who's Gonna Win the War?/Nuclear Toy" is released on Bronze.
  • The cassette "Weird 101 - Sonic Assassins / Dave Brock" in released in February.
  • The cassette "Weird 102 - Hawkwind Live / Hawklords" is released.
  • The cassette "Weird 103 - Free Festivals" is released.

1981

  • Ginger Baker is replaced by Martin Griffin in March.
  • Keith Hale leaves.
  • Hawkwind leaves Bronze.
  • Hawkwind signs with RCA Active.
  • The LP "Hall of the Mountain Grill" is reissued on Liberty.
  • The LP "Hawkwind at Glastonbury 1981" is released.
  • The LP "Hawkwind Live at the Bottom Line" (recorded in New York on May 6, 1978) is released in December on Festival Records.
  • The LP "Sonic Attack" is released on RCA in October and reaches number 19 on the UK charts.
  • The double LP "Space Ritual Alive" is reissued on UA/EMI.
  • The 12" EP "Hawkwind Zoo" is released on Flicknife.
  • The 12" EP "Motorhead/Valium Ten" is released on Flicknife.
  • The 12" EP "Sonic Assassins" is released on Festival Records.
  • The single "Angels of Death/Trans Dimensional Man" is released on RCA.
  • The single "Motorhead/Valium Ten" is released on Flicknife.
  • The cassette "Hawkwind at Glastonbury 1981" is released on CND.
  • The cassette "Weird 104 - hawklords Live 1978" is released.
  • The cassette "Weird 105A - Hawkwind 1976-77-78" is released. It is later withdrawn and 105B released instead.
  • The cassette "Weird 105B - Hawkwind 1976-77" is released.

1982

  • Hawkwind tour Europe.
  • Nik Turner makes guest appearances and then rejoins the band.
  • Hawkwind leave RCA Active.
  • Martin Griffin leaves.
  • The LP "Church of Hawkwind" is released in June on RCA and reaches number 26 on the UK charts.
  • The LP "Choose Your Masques" is released on RCA in November and reaches number 29 on the UK charts.
  • The LP "Hawkwind Live at Stonehenge and Watchfield" is released on Festival Records. It is a bootleg pressing of the Weird 103 tape.
  • The LP "Hawkwind Friends and Relations" is released in March on Flicknife.
  • The LP "Masters of the Universe" is reissued by Fame.
  • The Hawklords LP "25 Years On" is reissued on Charisma.
  • The LP "Warrior on the Edge of Time" is reissued on UA/EMI.
  • The single "Silver Machine/Silver Machine/Psychedelic Warlords" is released on RCA.
  • The CND benefit single "Who's Gonna Win the War?/Time of" is released on Flicknife.
  • The cassette "Weird 106 - Hawkwind 1970-73" is released in October.
  • The cassette "Weird 107 - Dave Brock" is released in October.

1983

  • Andy Anderson replaces Martin Griffin in February.
  • Hawkwind headline several festivals.
  • The LP "Astounding Sounds, Amazing Music" is reissued on Charisma.
  • The LP "Friends and Relations II (Twice Upon a Time)" is released in January on Flicknife.
  • The double LP "Hawkwind - Victoria" is released in Spain. It was re-released in Britain by Flicknife.
  • The LP "Levitation" is reissued on Bronze records.
  • The double LP "The Text of Festival: Live 1970-2" is released in July on Illuminated/Demi-Monde.
  • The LP "Zones" is released on Flicknife (as a regular and a picture disc) in October and reaches #53 on the UK charts.
  • The EP "Last Chance" is released on Flicknife.
  • The single "Motorway City/Master of the Universe" is released on Flicknife.
  • The single "Silver Machine" is released by UA as a 7" and a 12". It makes yet another chart appearance, reaching number 67 on the UK charts in January.
  • The cassette "Quark, Strangeness and Charm / P.X.R. 5" is released on Charisma.
  • The cassette "Weird 108 - Hawkwind 1966/73" is released in November.
  • The video "Live at Edinburgh Playhouse 1982" is released.

1984

  • Hawkwind tours in the Spring and headlines some summer festivals.
  • The Hawkwind biography "This Is Hawkwind - Do Not Panic" is published.
  • The LP "Hawkwind" is reissued by EMI as a limited edition picture disk and reaches number 75 on the UK charts.
  • The LP "P.X.R. 5" is reissued on Charisma/Virgin.
  • The LP "Quark, Strangeness and Charm" is reissued on Charisma/Virgin.
  • The LP "Roadhawks" is reissued on Fame.
  • The LP "Stonehenge (This Is Hawkwind / Do Not Panic)" is released in November on Flicknife as an LP and EP.
  • The 12" EP "The Earth Ritual Preview" is released on Flicknife.
  • The 10" "Independent Days, Vol. I" is released in June on Flicknife Records.
  • The single "Night of the Hawks/Green Finned Demon" is released on Flicknife.
  • The video "Night of the Hawks" is released.
  • The video "Stonehenge Festival 1984" is released, where Hawkwind share the bill with Roy Harper and Enid.

1985

  • The first ever Hawkwind convention "Hawkon" is help in February at the Manchester Exhibition Centre. Hawkwind attend and jam with various ex-members for over one thousand fans.
  • Hawkwind tours in June.
  • Hawkwind do a session for the Friday Rock Show on the BBC.
  • Hawkwind appear live on Channel 4's Heavy Metal TV program.
  • Danny Thompson joins.
  • The Chronicle of the Black Sword tour includes a full-blown stage show.
  • The LP "Bring Me The Head Of Yuri Gagarin" is released in January by Demi-Monde.
  • The LP "The Chronicle of the Black Sword" is released in November on Flicknife and reaches number 65 on the UK charts. The LP is based on the Elric stories of Michael Moorcock.
  • The LP "Friends and Relations III" is released in February on Flicknife.
  • The LP "Hall of the Mountain Grill" is reissued on Fame.
  • The LP "The Hawkwind Anthology Vol. I" is released in November on Samurai.
  • The LP "In The Beginning (Live "Top Gear" BBC Session 1970)" is released in July by Demi-Monde. This is sides 1 and 2 of the 1983 LP "Text of Festival".
  • The LP "Live '70/'73" (aka "Welcome to the Future") is released in July on Castle/Dojo.
  • The LP "Ridicule" (aka "Live 1973") is released in November on Obsession. This is side two of "Space Ritual II".
  • The double LP "Space Ritual II" is released in May on American Phonograph. This is from the Space Ritual tour.
  • The LP "Utopia 1984" is released in May on Mausoleum Records in Belgium.
  • The LP "Welcome to the Future" (aka "Live '70/'73) is released in November on Mausoleum Records.
  • The 12" EP "Needle Gun" is released on Flicknife.
  • The single "Needle Gun/Arioch" is released on Flicknife.
  • The video "Chronicle of The Black Sword" is released in two different versions.
  • The video "Hawkon - Hawkwind Convention" is released.

1986

  • The CD "The Hawkwind Anthology Vol. I" is released in May on Samurai with the extra track "Silver Machine".
  • The CD "The Hawkwind Anthology Vol. II" is released on Samurai with extra tracks from side B of the "Anthology Volume III" LP.
  • The CD "The Chronicle of the Black Sword" is released in June on Flicknife with two extra live tracks and one outtake.
  • The CD "The Hawkwind Collection" is released on Castle with three tracks omitted.
  • The LP "Angels of Death" is released in May on RCA.
  • The three LP box set "The Approved History of Hawkwind" is released in November on Samurai. It contains the Hawkwind Anthology Vol. I, II, and III picture discs, along with an 11,000 word history & discography booklet.
  • The LP "Bristol Custom Bike Show" is released on GWR Records. It contains only two Hawkwind tracks.
  • The LP "Doremi Fasol Latido" is reissued on Liberty/EMI as a "Price Attack" disk.
  • The LP "The Hawkwind Anthology Vol. II" is released in June on Samurai.
  • The LP "The Hawkwind Anthology Vol. III" is released in June on Samurai.
  • The double LP "The Hawkwind Collection" is released in October on Castle.
  • The LP "In Search of Space" is reissued on Liberty/EMI as a "Price Attack" disk.
  • The LP "Independent Days, Vol. II" is released in November on Flicknife Records.
  • The double LP "Live Chronicles" is released in November on GWR Records.
  • The double LP "Live Chronicles" is released on Profile Records in the US.
  • The "Hawkfan" 12" is released in July by Brian Tawn/Hawkfan.
  • The 12" EP "Silver Machine" is released on Samurai.
  • The 12" EP "Zarozinia" is released on Flicknife.
  • The single "Zarozinia/Assault and Battery" is released on Flicknife.
  • The single "Motorhead/Hurry on Sundown" is released on Flicknife.
  • The single "Silver Machine/Magnu" is released on Samurai.
  • The "Countdown" cassette is released. This is a slightly modified copy of the "Hawkfan" 12".
  • The video "Chaos" is released.
  • The video "Chronicle of the Black Sword", filmed with Michael Moorcock guesting at the Hammersmith Odeon, is released on Jettisoundz.

1987

  • The CD "Bring Me The Head Of Yuri Gagarin" is reissued on Thunderbolt.
  • The CD "Bring Me The Head Of Yuri Gagarin" is reissued on Decal/Charley.
  • The CD "British Tribal Music" is released on Start Records.
  • The CD "Early Daze" is released on Thunderbolt with the extra track "Gaga".
  • The CD "Levitation" is reissued on Castle.
  • The CD "Out and Intake" is released on Flicknife Records with two extra tracks.
  • The CD "Space Ritual II" is reissued on American Phonograph.
  • The LP "British Tribal Music" is released in November on Start Records.
  • The LP "Early Daze" is released in November on Thunderbolt.
  • The LP "In Search of Space" is reissued on Fame.
  • The LP "Levitation" is reissued on Castle.
  • The four LP box set "The Official Picture Log Book" is released in November on Flicknife Records. It contains picture discs of "This is Hawkwind Do Not Panic", "Chronicle of The Black Sword", and "Out & Intake" plus a plain 12" disc containing an interview with Hawkwind and also a biography booklet and button.
  • The LP "Out and Intake" is released in April on Flicknife Records.
  • The LP "Zones" is reissued on VAP in Japan.
  • The flexidisc "Assassins of Allah" is released in issue 7 of the Italian magazine "Vanile".
  • The cassette "The Hawkwind Collection" is released.
  • The video "Bristol Custom Bike Show" is released. "Master of the Universe" is the only Hawkwind track on this video.

1988

  • Hawkwind headline at several huge open-air gigs.
  • Robert Calvert dies of a heart attack at his home in Kent.
  • Hawkwind plays benefit concerts for Calvert's family.
  • The CD "Best of Hawkwind Friends and Relations" is released in November on Flicknife.
  • The CD "Hawkwind Live" is released on Imtrat in Germany. It is the same as Space Ritual II.
  • The CD "Live Levitation" is released on Teichiku in Japan without the live version of "Motorway City".
  • The CD "Spirit of the Age" is released in September on Virgin.
  • The CD "The Text of Festival: Live 1970-2" is reissued on Thunderbolt, but with the last track omitted.
  • The double CD "That's Original: Levitation/Live '79" is released on Castle.
  • The CD "The Travelers Aid Trust" is released on Flicknife.
  • The CD "Zones/Stonehenge" is released in November on Flicknife.
  • The CD "The Xenon Codex" is reissued on GWR.
  • The CD "The Xenon Codex" is reissued on Enigma in the US. the Zones album and some tracks from Stonehenge album.
  • The double LP "The Text of Festival: Live 1970-2" is reissued on Demi-Monde/Thunderbolt.
  • The double LP "That's Original: Levitation/Live '79" is released in December on Castle.
  • The double live LP "The Travelers Aid Trust" is released on Flicknife. Hawkwind is one of several bands on the album.
  • The LP "The Xenon Codex" is released in May on GWR Records and reaches number 79 on the UK charts.
  • The LP "The Xenon Codex" is reissued on Enigma in the US.

1989

  • The CD "Astounding Sounds, Amazing Music" is reissued on Virgin.
  • The CD "Hall of the Mountain Grill" is reissued on EMI.
  • The CD "In Search of Space" is reissued on EMI.
  • The CD "Ironstrike" is released in March on Avanti Records in Switzerland.
  • The double CD "Levitation/Live '79" is released in Japan.
  • The CD "Masters of the Universe" is reissued by EMI.
  • The CD "Night of the Hawk" is reissued on Powerhouse with three extra tracks.
  • The CD "P.X.R. 5" is reissued on Virgin with a different version of "High Rise".
  • The CD "Quark, Strangeness and Charm" is reissued on Virgin.
  • The Hawklords CD "25 Years On" is reissued on Virgin.
  • The LP "Night of the Hawk" is released in April on Powerhouse Compilation.
  • The LP "Night of the Hawk" is released on Powerhouse in Australia with three extra tracks.
  • The video "Treworgey Tree Fayre" is released.

1990

  • The double CD "Acid Daze" is released on Receiver. It contains the three "Acid Daze" CDs.
  • The CD "The Best and the Rest of Hawkwind" is released on Action Replay.
  • The CD "Night Riding" is released on Knight.
  • The CD "Ridicule" is reissued on Obsession.
  • The CD "Space Bandits" is released in September on GWR.
  • The CD "Space Bandits" is released on Road Racer in the US.
  • The CD "Stasis - The U.A. Years 1971-1975" is reissued on EMI.
  • The triple LP box set "Acid Daze" is released in April on Receiver with a booklet.
  • The LP "Acid Daze Vol. I" is released in April by Receiver. It is a reissue of "The Hawkwind Anthology Vol. I".
  • The LP "Acid Daze Vol. II" is released in April by Receiver. It is a reissue of "The Hawkwind Anthology Vol. II".
  • The LP "Acid Daze Vol. III" is released in April by Receiver. It is a reissue of "The Hawkwind Anthology Vol. III".
  • The LP "Ridicule" (aka "Live 1973") is re-released on Obsession.
  • The LP "Space Bandits" is released in September on GWR records.
  • The LP "Space Bandits" is released Road Racer records in the US.
  • The LP "Stasis - The U.A. Years 1971-1975" is released in April on EMI.
  • The cassette "The Best of Hawkwind" (Vol. 2 of Metal Classics) is released on EMI.
  • The cassette "The Best and the Rest of Hawkwind" is released.
  • The video "Live Legends" is released.

1991

  • The "BBC Radio One Live in Concert" CD is released in October on Windsong of a 1972 recording that was broadcast in 1973.
  • The CD "Castle Masters Collection" is released on Castle Communications.
  • The CD "Doremi Fasol Latido" is reissued on One Way.
  • The CD "Friday Rock Show - Live at Reading '86" is released on Raw Fruit.
  • The triple CD "Hawkwind Anthology" is released in December on Essential!/Castle Communications.
  • The CD "Hawkwind at Glastonbury 1981" is released on Buccaneer.
  • The CD "Hawkwind: Space Rock from London" is released in September on Gensch. It is a remix of the 1972 BBC Transcription Disc.
  • The CD "In Search of Space" is reissued on One Way.
  • The CD "Masters of the Universe" is released in October on Marble Arch.
  • The CD "The Never Ending Story of The Psychedelic Warlords" is released in November by SIAE in Italy with a book by Gigi Marinoni.
  • The CD "Palace Springs" is released on GWR.
  • The CD "Palace Springs" is released on Road Racer in the US.
  • The CD "Spirit of the Age" is released in October on Elite.
  • The LP "Palace Springs" is released in March on GWR records.
  • The double LP "Castle Masters Collection" is released on Castle Communications.
  • The bootleg LP "The Golden Void (Live at Glasgow Apollo 19/10/82)" is released with a blank label. 1000 copies were made, but the sleeve says 500.
  • The EP "Early Years Live" is released on Receiver.
  • The video "Hawkwind 1979-1989" is released.

1992

  • The CD "Acid Daze Volume I" is released on Receiver.
  • The CD "(The Best of) Psychedelic Warlords" is released in May on Cleopatra. It is a limited edition pressing and comes in a cloth bag with a button and a picture.
  • The CD "Bring Me The Head Of Yuri Gagarin" is reissued on Demi-Monde.
  • The CD "California Brainstorm" is released in August on Iloki.
  • The CD "California Brainstorm" is released in July on Cyclone with the extra track "Images".
  • The CD "The Chronicle of the Black Sword" is released on Dojo with two extra live tracks.
  • The CD "Electric Tepee" is reissued on Essential!.
  • The CD "Electric Tepee" is reissued on Dojo.
  • The CD "Electric Tepee" is reissued on Griffin.
  • The CD "Frenchy Scissorhands" is released on Cherry Red/Anagram with two previously released Hawkwind tracks.
  • The CD "Hall of the Mountain Grill" is reissued on One Way.
  • The CD "The Hawklords Live" is released in February on Dojo.
  • The CD "The Hawklords Live" is released on Griffin.
  • The CD "Hawkwind" is released on One Way.
  • The CD "Live At Reading '86" is released on Raw Fruit.
  • The CD "Live Chronicles" is released on Castle.
  • The CD "Mighty Hawkwind Classics 1980-1985" is released in April on Flicknife/Anagram.
  • The CD "Orgasmatron" is released on Cargo.
  • The CD "Out and Intake" is released on Griffin with two extra tracks.
  • The CD "Space Bandits" is reissued on Castle.
  • The double CD "Space Ritual Alive" is released on One Way.
  • The CD "Stonehenge (This Is Hawkwind / Do Not Panic)" is reissued on Anagram.
  • The CD "Tales from Atom Henge" is released in October on Virgin.
  • The CD "The Text of Festival: Live 1970-2" is reissued
  • The triple CD "Three Originals" is reissued in February on Castle. It contains "Levitation", "Live '79", and "Space Bandits".
  • The CD "The Xenon Codex" is reissued on Castle.
  • The CD "Warrior on the Edge of Time" is reissued on Dojo with the extra track "Motorhead".
  • The CD "Zones" is reissued on Flicknife/Anagram. on Demi-Monde/Magnum, but with the last track omitted.
  • The double LP "Electric Tepee" is released in May on GWR.
  • The double LP "Electric Tepee" is reissued on Essential!.
  • The bootleg LP "Solstice at Stonehenge 1983" is released.
  • The promo 10" "Right to Decide" is released.
  • The video "Bournemouth Academy 1990" is released.
  • The video "Hawkwind Promos" is released.
  • The video "Hawkwind USA Tour 89/90" is released.
  • The video "M.A.G. Festival 1983" is released.
  • The video "Sonic Attack Tour '81" is released.

1993

  • The CD "Acid Daze Vol. II" is released by Receiver.
  • The CD "Acid Daze Vel. III" is released by Receiver with the tracks in a different order plus the extra track "Silver Machine".
  • The CD "Best of Hawkwind Friends and Relations" is released in March on Anagram.
  • The CD "Decide Your Future" is released by Griffin.
  • The 4-track mini CD "Gimme Shelter" charity compilation is released. Hawkwind perform Gimme Shelter with Samantha Fox on vocals.
  • The bootleg CD "Live - St.Albans 1979" is released.
  • The CD "It Is the Business of the Future to be Dangerous" is released on Castle/Essential!.
  • The CD "It Is the Business of the Future to be Dangerous" is released on Griffin.
  • The CD "Lord of Light" is released in April on Cleopatra.
  • The bootleg CD "Lords of Light, Kings of Speed" is released. In spite of what the sleeve notes say, it is recorded in Bochum, Germany, on October 8, 1991.
  • The CD "Master of the Universe" is released on Thunderbolt. This is sides 1 and 2 of the 1983 album "Text of Festival".
  • The CD single "Spirit of the Age (Solstice Remixes of Spirit of the Age by Astralasia)" is released by 4Real Communications under the Hawkwind name.
  • The double LP "It Is the Business of the Future to be Dangerous" is released in November on Castle/Essential!.
  • The LP "Undisclosed Files - Addendum (live 1984 and 1989)" is released in July on EBS.
  • The EP "Decide Your Future" is released. It includes remixes by Alien Prophets and Astralasia.
  • The 12" EP "Spirit of the Age (Solstice Remixes of Spirit of the Age by Astralasia)" is released by EBS under the Hawkwind name.

1994

  • The CD "The Best of Hawkwind" is released in February on Castle.
  • The CD "The Best of Hawkwind Friends and Relations" is released on Anagram.
  • The CD "The Best of Hawkwind Friends and Relations" is released on Emporio.
  • The CD "The Business Trip" is released on EBS with one track omitted.
  • The CD "The Business Trip" is released on Griffin with one track omitted.
  • The CD "The Chronicle of the Black Sword" is released on Griffin with two extra live tracks, one outtake, and a booklet.
  • The CD "Church of Hawkwind" is re-released by Griffin with three new tracks.
  • The CD "Church of Hawkwind" is re-released by Dojo with three new tracks.
  • The bootleg CD "Dawn of Hawkwind" is released in February.
  • The CD "Hawkwind" is released on Repertoire.
  • The CD "In the Beginning" is released. This is sides 1 and 2 of the 1983 album "Text of Festival".
  • The double CD "Live Chronicles" is released on Griffin with some extra tracks.
  • The CD single and 12" EP "Quark Strangeness and Charm" is released on The Emergency Broadcast System and Griffin.
  • The bootleg CD "Rock City" is released in April.
  • The bootleg CD "Silver Machine" is released in December.
  • The CD single "Spirit of the Age (Solstice Remixes of Spirit of the Age by Astralasia)" is released by Griffin under the Hawkwind name.
  • The CD "Undisclosed Files - Addendum (live 1984 and 1989)" is released on EBS.
  • The CD "Undisclosed Files - Addendum (live 1984 and 1989)" is released on Griffin.
  • The 4 CD box set "25 Years On" is released in November on Griffin.
  • The CD "Warrior on the Edge of Time" is reissued on Griffin with the extra track "Motorhead".
  • The bootleg LP "Assassins of Allah" is released in February.
  • The double LP "The Business Trip" is released in September on EBS.
  • The double LP "The Business Trip" is released on Griffin.
  • The bootleg LP "The Cyberspace Conspiracy" is released in March. It is a copy of the "Live Legends" video. Sleeve says it is a limited edition of 250.

1995

  • The CD "Alien4" is released on The Emergency Broadcast System.
  • The mini CD "Area S4" is released on The Emergency Broadcast System.
  • The CD "Astounding Sounds, Amazing Music" is reissued on Griffin with three bonus outtakes.
  • The CD "Hawkwind Friends and Relations - The Rarities" is released in March on Anagram.
  • The CD "Independent Days Volumes 1 & 2" is released in September.
  • The bootleg CD "Nova Drive" is released in July.
  • The CD "Quark, Strangeness and Charm" is reissued on Griffin.
  • The CD "Silver Machine" is released on Karussell in Germany.
  • The CD "Space Is Deep" is released in October on Receiver Records.
  • The CD "White Zone" is released in February on Griffin by Hawkwind posing as "The Psychedelic Warriors".
  • The CD "White Zone" is released on EBS by Hawkwind posing as "The Psychedelic Warriors".
  • The double LP "Alien4" is released in October on The Emergency Broadcast System with an extra track.
  • The EP "Area S4" is released on The Emergency Broadcast System with an extra track.

1996

  • The bootleg CD "The A Files" is released in July.
  • The bootleg CD "Corridor of Flame" is released in May.
  • The bootleg CD "Damnation Alley" is released. It contains a 1989 performance in Minneapolis.
  • The CD "The Emergency Broadcast System Samples" is released on The Emergency Broadcast System.
  • The CD "Hawkwind, Friends & Relations: Cosmic Travellers" is released.
  • The CD EP "Love in Space" is released on The Emergency Broadcast System.
  • The CD "Love in Space" is released on The Emergency Broadcast System. The CD contains an extra track for a change.
  • The bootleg CD "The Secret Tepee" is released.
  • The bootleg CD "Theta Orionis" is released in July.
  • The bootleg CD "Timeless Paeans From The Ongoing Rituals of Space" is released in January.
  • The LP "Love in Space" is released in January on The Emergency Broadcast System.

1997

  • Alan Davey leaves from full-time membership to pursue his own band called "Bedouin". He releases the CD "Captured Rotation".
  • Jerry Richards becomes a full-time member on lead guitar and keyboards.
  • Ron Tree becomes the bass player.
  • The band plays a short (four venue) tour of the U.S., culimnating in the Strange Days '97 Music Festival at Sherman, NY, on August 31.
  • The band begins it UK tour on September 27. Captain Rizz joins them for the tour.
  • Crum joins the band for the rest of the UK tour on October 2.
  • The band finishes the UK tour on November 10.
  • The CD "Ambient Anarchists" is released in October.
  • The CD "Distant Horizons" is released in October on The Emergency Broadcast System.
  • The CD "Les Genies du Rock: Urban Guerilla" is released in March.
  • The bootleg CD "Live and Rare - Onward Flies the Bord" is released in March.
  • The CD "Master of the Universe" is released in April.
  • The CD "The 1999 Party" is released in November on The Emergency Broadcast System on November 17. It is the long-awaited release of the 1974 tour. It was recorded at the Chicago Auditorium on 21 March, 1974.

This is where the Golden Void list ends - see Hawkwind's Wikipedia page for more.

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