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    (1969- )
    Born in London, United Kingdom
    Members have included (very condensed list): Nik Turner (saxophonist/flautist), Dave Anderson (bassist), Dik Mik (keyboardist), Simon King (drummer), Robert Calvert (singer), Dave Brock (guitarist/keyboardist), Lemmy Kilmister (bassist), Huw Lloyd-Langton (guitarist) and Richard Chadwick (drummer)
    Recorded 'Hawkwind,' 'In Search of Space,' 'Space Ritual,' 'Quark, Strangeness, and Charm,' 'The Xenon Codex,' 'Space Bandits,' 'Sonic Attack,' 'It Is the Business of the Future to Be Dangerous' and 'PXR5'
    A lot of their albums have the word 'space' in the title.
    They have changed personnel dozens of times, and David Brock is the only member to appear in every single lineup of the band.
    Their keyboardist was named Dik Mik.
    They took a lot of drugs.
    They were originally called Group X.
    Their single 'Silver Machine' was a hit in the UK.
    Science fiction writer Michael Moorcock was a member of the band in the mid-1970s.
    Ginger Baker was also briefly a member of the band circa 1980.
    Their live show included a topless exotic dancer named Stacia.
    Admirers of the band include Henry Rollins, John Lydon (Rotten) and Mudhoney.
    The Sex Pistols covered 'Silver Machine' for their 2002 reunion.

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