What are the 5 best Space Rock albums in your opinion?

11 Answers

  • 1 decade ago
    Favorite Answer

    Camembert Electrique - Gong

    Angel's Egg - Gong

    You - Gong

    Space Ritual - Hawkwind

    The Perfect Prescription - Spacemen 3

  • 1 decade ago

    Birth --

    1. Gong -- "You" (1974)

    2. Hawkwind -- "Doremi Fasol Latido" (1972)

    3. Eloy -- "Silent Cries and Mighty Echoes" (1979)

    4. Nektar -- "Remember the Future" (1974)

    5. Arzachel -- "Arzachel" (1969) & Nektar -- "Journey To The Centre Of The Eye" (1971)

    The Renaissance --

    1. Oceansize -- "Frames" (2007)

    2. Ozric Tentacles -- "Jurassic Shift" (1993)

    3. Chroma Key -- "Dead Air for Radios" (1998)

    4. Astra -- "The Weirding" (2009)

    5. No Man -- "Schoolyard Ghosts" (2008)

    There is SO MUCH great stuff on this -- I'm sure I have left-out some great ones !!

    Also from Japan -- Anything by "Far East Family Band" :)

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Hawkwind - Quark Strangeness And Charm

    Hawkwind - Space Ritual

    Solaris - Marsbeli Kroniak

    Pink Floyd - A Saucerful Of Secrets

    Billy Thorp - Children Of The Sun

  • posas
    Lv 4
    4 years ago

    Ike Turner - For writing the first "rock" music, "Rocket 88" Elvis- For being the first "rock megastar" Little Richard, obese Checker and all the different stars of the 50's- For starting up the revolution of a clean first light Chuck Berry - For writing the first truly rock music, "Johnny B Goode" The Beatles - the first recognizable band Rolling Stones- the first actual rock band i'm sorry, in spite of the undeniable fact that the Beatles were a pop band with guitars, not rockers. Rolling Stones were the first band to be the "undesirable boys" and outline sex, drugs and rock and roll. transferring on... Jimi Hendrix - the first "shredder" Led Zeppelin - the first heavy rock band. They inspired 1000's of thousands. i think that Black Sabbath must be thrown in right here besides. The fathers of metallic. Eddie Van Halen - the only-guy revolution. This guy redefined a thanks to play a guitar continually. the vast 4 of metallic- Metallica, Slayer, Anthrax and Megadeath. those adult adult males took the revolution farther, and presented what a actual shred replaced into to the international. i will end with Nirvana for starting up the most contemporary revolution, the alternative circulate. i'd call those the vast 10 artists that formed rock and roll.

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  • 1 decade ago

    Captain Beyond - Captain Beyond

    Hawkwind - Hall Of The Mountain Grill

    Klaatu - Klaatu

    Pink Floyd - The Dark Side Of The Moon

    Billy Thorpe - Children Of The Sun

  • 1 decade ago

    Spacemen 3-The Perfect Prescription

    Hawkwind-Doremi Fasol Latido


    Nektar-A Tab in the Ocean

    Ozric Tentacles-Erpland

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Camembert Electrique - Gong

    Ummagumma - Pink Floyd

    Warrior on the Edge of Time - Hawkwind

    Phallus Dei - Amon Duul II

    Dawn - Eloy

  • 1 decade ago

    Piper at the Gates of Dawn- Pink Floyd

    Ocean - Eloy

    Remember the Future - Nektar

    Warrior on the Edge of Time - Hawkwind

    Flying Teapot - Gong

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    space trucking deep purple.

    zenon, just a joke but there has been a few lame space songs in pop music.


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    i remember a few songs from YES possibly the tormato album specific, i did like yes and thought they were bigger then most of the rest.

    and the ultimate space band ELO

    and possibly UFO

    i remember set the controls for the heart of the sun both floyd and the psychic tv. cover

    flaming lips,

    the final count down song from europe.

    fly me to the moon from sinatra but i heard it elsewhere which may mean he did not write it, it is not space rock but fun none the less.

    Source(s): my favorite martian
  • Matt
    Lv 5
    1 decade ago

    I like Spacehog

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