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HAWKWIND - UTOPIA from dual disc TAKE ME TO YOUR FUTURE

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Published on Sep 20, 2006

UTOPIA from the voiceprint dual disc
HAWKWIND -- TAKE ME TO YOUR FUTURE

Following on the heels of the critically acclaimed and commercially successful album Take Me To Your Leader Hawkwind release their latest MINI-ALBUM Take Me To Your Future. The band who celebrate their thirty seventh anniversary in 2006 will also be releasing their latest mini-album in the new Dual Disc format. In keeping with the bands futuristic outlook and also the title of the album it has been decided that Take Me To Your Future will be the bands debut release in this new format which includes visual elements as well as the traditional audio elements.
One side of the disc will feature the audio segment of the album Take Me To Your Future which includes a new re working of Uncle Sam's On Mars, Small Boy which will be a taste from a forthcoming CD to feature Dave Brock and Bob Calvert. The Reality of Poverty is another track to feature Arthur Brown and former Hawkwind member Simon House both of whom featured on the Take Me To Your Leader album. Keyboard player Jason Stuart also makes his debut appearance as a full time member of Hawkwind following his guest appearance o take Me To Your Leader.

Reaching back through the years to the bands illustrious past Hawkwind also present the 21st Century mix of their biggest hit Silver Machine. This track features the vocals of rock legend and former Hawkwind bassist Lemmy.

In keeping with the cutting edge vibe the band have also chosen to include previously unseen footage on the DVD portion of this Dual Disc release and the DVD features amongst other Hawkwind archive performances Utopia and Assassins of Allah.

The album will be released at a special price making this package all the more desirable and following the success of Take Me To Your Leader, Take Me To Your Future will consolidate the renewed interest in this classic British band.
available on www.voiceprint.co.uk

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