in Psychedelic Rock Hawkwind – Magnu April 26, 2008, 2:11 pm 1.9k Views 29 Comments A track from the album Warrior On the Edge Of Time by Hawkwind from 1975 Hawkwind – Magnu source Add to FavouritesAdd to Collection Hawkwind See more Previous article Wild Cherry – Play That Funky Music Next article Mountain – Mississippi Queen 29 Comments Leave a Reply why does radio play the same stuff over and over and over for the last 40 years there is so much new music out there that is not on radio Reply I just love my hawkwind Tangerine Dream Vangelis Reply This really is music from the inner planes…. Reply Saw them at Wivenhoe Uni in ….hmmmm……1980something, it's all a bit blurry 😉 Something I will never forget. Reply Let's rock man!!! Far out man!!! Reply Magnu makes Shadowfax look like a nag. Reply oookeey this is pretty damn trippy Reply I always fly into the universe I AM Reply dont listen to this this should be bannedhumanoids get weird ideas when they listen Reply I have the original gate fold sleeve album with the shield and CHAOS written on it. Funny thing, the outer sleeve lists this track as "Magnu", but the inner sleeve lists it as "Magno". Reply AHHH…Mothers …Milk…. Reply Fantastiska hits ifrån ursprungliga poeter! Reply Unbeliveble top poets of magigal musik Reply Best track my fukin life Reply Liverpool Stadium ( no longer there ) Stacia such an Amazon woman, next was Cardiff Castle, Space is Deep shook the old place to its foundations, a cosmic explosion, nothing or no one since has shaken the space rock world Reply top guitar riff Reply They should write songs about Frodo Baggins! Reply My first album I bought at 18 years of age. Reply And that was 1977. Reply good!!!! Reply they did the 1st ever glastonbury in i think 70/71.. 150/200 people there and cost a pound Reply such an enjoyable experience! Reply The violins are a great addition Reply My head is not the same now. Reply This was the very first album I bought, with paper round money, based on a review by Maxim Jakubovski in Science Fiction Monthly. It is still my favourite record, along with Mountain Grill and Space Ritual. Have played this track more than any other in my life. Why does the rest of the world not see what an exquisite piece of music this is? Reply Check out Hymn of Apollo by Shelley. I did not know this connection until recently, 40 years after hearing this, the greatest track ever… Reply This should go on a "Music to save the world to" playlist. Reply I think the weird effect is called Reverse Gate Reply Lemmy was still with them here u can tell just by the bass style Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Sign me up for the newsletter!