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A 6CD Supernova Box Set Of The Universe’s Finest SPACE ROCK Set To Launch In November!


Featuring Can, GONG, Hawkwind, Popol Vuh, Nektar, Guru Guru, Tangerine Dream and many others!

Los Angeles, CA - An intergalactic roadmap to the most mind-blowing sounds in the Universe will be landing in record stores everywhere starting November 18 courtesy of Purple Pyramid Records. Space Rock: An Interstellar Traveler’s Guide is a brand new collection of 6CDs of the best Space Rock from the outer reaches of the galaxy including tracks by such legendary acts as Hawkwind, Amon Düül II, Gong, Can, Guru Guru, Tangerine Dream, Ozric Tentacles, Popol Vuh, Alice Cooper, Nektar, Chrome, and more! Joining these mythic figures is a broad assortment of spectacular bands from all over the great Planet Earth including bands from Germany, Scandinavia, New Zealand, Russia, Spain, France, Hungary, Finland, Italy, and elsewhere! This one-of-a-kind set also includes a never before released track by Hawkwind co-founder Nik Turner from his forthcoming new album. Each CD comes in its own individually designed jacket and all are housed in a deluxe 7"x7" box with oversized booklet featuring liner notes by music journalist Dave Thompson, band biographies, photos, and out of this world artwork!

Track List:
DISC 1
1. Can - All Gates Open
2. Hedersleben - Gulf Of Lost Souls
3. Øresund Space Collective - The Trichophantic Spire
4. Popol Vuh - Steh Auf, Zieh Mich Dir Nach
5. Joel Vandroogenbroeck - Sign From Space
6. Ozric Tentacles - Space Out
7. Secret Saucer - Lift Off
8. An Emerald City - Seizuretron
9. Nik Turner - Out Of Control
10. Melting Euphoria - Flying Eyes Like Saucers
11. Guru Guru Groove Band - UFOlove
12. Maat Lander - The Comet Rider
13. Gong - Fohat Digs Holes In Space (Live Paris 1972)

DISC 2
1. Tangerine Dream - Ultima Thule Part 1
2. Brainticket - Watchin' You
3. Faust - Parasiten
4. Pyramidal - Black Land
5. Shawn Lee - Low Riders In Space
6. Hydravion - Passadena Airport
7. Pressurehed - Altitude
8. Het Droste Effect - You Know That I Knew
9. German Oak - Shadows Of War (A. Rain Of Destruction / B. B1 To London)
10. Daevid Allen Weird Quartet - The Cold Stuffings Of November
11. Omega - Don't Keep On Me Waitin’
12. Kalutaliksuak - What Are Your Feet Eating?
13. Oranssi Pazuzu - Reikä Maisemassa

DISC 3
1. Steve Hillage & William Shatner - Rocket Man (Alternate Mix)
2. Black Rainbows - Hawkdope
3. Guru Freakout - Notre Dame (Mothership) [Edit]
4. XYNN - Lost In Space (English Version)
5. The Spacelords - Pyroclastic Monster
6. Aqua Nebula Oscillator - Human Toad (Live)
7. Magic Wands - Jupiter
8. Atomic Simao - Descending
9. White Manna - We Pretend Space Isn't There
10. Yuri Gagarin - At The Center Of All Infinity
11. Federico Farnè - What Illuminates The Night

DISC 4
1. Guru Guru - Spaceship (Edit)
2. Hawkwind - Seeing It As You Really Are
3. It's Not Night: It's Space - Vibration Eater
4. Earthling Society - EA1729
5. Robert Calvert - Lemmy & I Swallowed Massive Amounts Of Drugs
6. Gilli Smyth - What Do You Really Want (Live)
7. The Re-Stoned - Faces Of Earth
8. The Dunes - Badlands
9. Exxasens - Helios
10. Oranjjoolius - Tiki Sleep Cycle
11. Equations - SSSUUUNNN
12. Secret Symbol Society - Canes Venatici
13. Lord Fuzz - The Freak

DISC 5
1. Amon Düül II - Archangels Thunderbird
2. Naxatra - Space Tunnel
3. Celestial Bums - Child of the Moon
4. Dark Buddha Rising - L
5. My Education / Theta Naught Sound Mass - End Masse
6. Sun Araw - Deep Temple
7. Hidria Spacefolk - Kaneh Bosm
8. Dasputnik - Orbitary Volcano
9. Ava Cherry - Highway Blues
10. Orlando Monday - Moonchild
11. MKM - Retorn Al Planeta Imaginari
12. Sons Of Hippies - Spaceship Ride

DISC 6
1. Nektar - Astronaut's Nightmare
2. Chrome - Eyes In The Center
3. Space Debris - Phonomorph
4. Leroy Powell And The Messengers - Weightlessness
5. Electric Orange - Meals Of Confusion
6. Floorian - Overruled
7. Alice Cooper - B.B. On Mars (Live 1969)
8. Gdeva - Autobahn
9. Vespero - Vision 7. Kidish Hail
10. ST 37 - The ‘In’ Crowd
11. Nik Turner - 1975 Interview

Buy the CD: http://flyt.it/SpaceRockBoxCDCleo
Buy the digital version: http://flyt.it/SpaceRockBoxDig

Press inquiries:
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PH: 828-350-8158
glassonyonpr@gmail.com

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Los Angeles CA 90025
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