- Audio CD (27 May 2013)
- Number of Discs: 3
- Format: Box set, CD+DVD, Extra tracks, NTSC, Original recording remastered
- Label: Atomhenge
- ASIN: B00BX8U0EE
- Other Editions: Audio CD | Vinyl | MP3 Download
- Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars See all reviews (138 customer reviews)
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 23,850 in CDs & Vinyl (See Top 100 in CDs & Vinyl)
Warrior On The Edge Of Time (Expanded Edition) Box set, CD+DVD, Extra tracks, NTSC, Original recording remastered
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THE LONG AWAITED OFFICIAL EXPANDED 3 DISC DELUXE REMASTERED EDITION OF HAWKWIND S CLASSIC 1975 ALBUM FEATURING THE FIRST EVER REMASTERED VERSION MADE FROM THE ORIGINAL ANALOGUE MASTER TAPES ON CD ONE PLUS 8 BONUS TRACKS, FIVE PREVIOUSLY UNRELEASED CD TWO FEATURES A NEW STEREO MIX BY STEVEN WILSON MADE FROM THE MULTI-TRACK MASTER TAPES PLUS 5 BONUS TRACKS, TWO PREVIOUSLY UNRELEASED DISC THREE NTSC REGION FREE DVD FEATURING NEW 5.1 SURROUND & STEREO MIXES OF WARRIOR ON THE EDGE OF TIME BY STEVEN WILSON & A 96 kHz 24-BIT FLAT TRANSFER OF THE ORIGINAL 1975 STEREO MASTER TAPES ALSO FEATURES BOOKLET WITH PHOTOS, MEMORABILIA & ESSAY ATOMHENGE, the home of HAWKWIND s catalogue from 1975 1997, are pleased to announce the long awaited release of a definitive edition of the classic 1975 album WARRIOR ON THE EDGE OF TIME . Recorded in 1975, the album is a ground-breaking classic of Hawkwind s career. Featuring a line-up of DAVE BROCK, NIK TURNER, LEMMY, SIMON HOUSE, SIMON KING & ALAN POWELL, the album is arguably one of the finest rock albums of the mid-1970s. This Atomhenge edition marks the first time that the original analogue stereo master tapes have been used for a remastered edition. This set also features a wonderful 5.1 Surround Sound remix from the original 16-track master tapes by Steven Wilson, who has also undertaken a splendid new stereo remix. The set also features a total of thirteen bonus tracks drawn from out-takes of the recording sessions and the 1975 Watchfield Festival, seven of which are previously unreleased. This deluxe edition of WARRIOR ON THE EDGE OF TIME is a definitive release of this classic album.
Top Customer Reviews
this album is serious space rock - the opening linked tracks -assault and battery and the golden void are absolutely awesome.in the joining section the mellotron makes sounds that are not of this world(really !!!)listen to it and see what i mean - its at around the 4 minute mark.
you get the vocal interludes by michael moorcock( my literary hero)which add to the atmosphere of the album especially if you play it at loud volume - like i did in the 6th form common room !
my own favourite is opa loka(awesome bass by dave brock)now hasn,t that track influenced the ravers over the last few years ?
this album needs a proper reissue with 5.1 surround - listen to the sacd of dark side of the moon for the quality i think could be produced.
this album rocks and should be in the same heirachy as dark side ,tubular bells,led zep 4 etc etc.buy it if you can find a copy - if not lets hope dave brock reads this and does something positive about a reissue of this absolute classic rock album.
Guess what,i think i've made the right decision,this remaster is superb,the sound just flows from the speakers,'Magnu','Assault n Battery/The Golden Void' all sound perfect,has 'The Demented Man' ever sounded better? 'Kings of Speed ' just rocks and the 1 bonus track 'Motorhead is perfecttly placed at the end and as such is unobtrusive.
Packaging is fine nothing spectacular,that will be left to the other editions i would imagine,decent liner notes/interview etc,as for the sound quality,well to my(admittedly 35 years of gig damaged ears) it sounds fine,up loud ,down low.its fine,i'm very happy with it.
5 stars all the way,rediscover Hawkwinds finest hour.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is more of a mix than the Black Sword album even though the Eternal Champion backstory is lurking in the lyrics. Read morePublished 4 months ago by I. GRAINGER-ALLEN
I never much liked this album - although many rate it as the best. I grew up with my brother's copy of Space Ritual and had moved on from the band when I found my own music... Read morePublished 4 months ago by dills18
always liked it and never understood why.
Still like it, still don't understand why.
Very good spaced out Hawkwind album featuring Michael Moorcock and Lemmy.Published 13 months ago by Blade