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This is Hawkwind, Do Not Panic is a 1984 live album by the English space rock group Hawkwind. The album consisted of two discs: an LP which was recorded during the group's 1980 Levitation tour; and a 12" EP recorded at their June 1984 appearance at the Stonehenge Free Festival.

This Is Hawkwind, Do Not Panic
This Is Hawkwind Do Not Panic - Hawkwind.jpg
Live album by
Released4 November 1984
RecordedLewisham Odeon, 18 December 1980 and Stonehenge Free Festival, June 1984
GenreSpace rock
LabelFlicknife Records
Hawkwind chronology
This Is Hawkwind, Do Not Panic
The Chronicle of the Black Sword

The group's line-up had changed by their June 1984 appearance at the Stonehenge Free Festival, with guitarists Dave Brock, Huw Lloyd-Langton and saxophonist Nik Turner remaining, Harvey Bainbridge switching from bass to keyboards. They were joined by bassist Alan Davey and drummer Clive Deamer, although Danny Thompson deputised for Deamer on the Stonehenge recording.

The group undertook a 13 date UK tour in November 1984 to promote this album, with support from Wildfire.[1] The Sheffield University show on 27 November was recorded, and part released on Undisclosed Files Addendum (1995).

The tracks from disc 1 have been re-issued on the 2009 3CD re-issue of Levitation.

Track listingEdit

Side 1 (33 RPM)Edit

  1. "Psi Power" [listed as "Psy Power"] (Robert Calvert, Dave Brock) – 5:07
  2. "Levitation" (Brock) – 7:15
  3. "Psychosis" [unlisted] (Harvey Bainbridge) – 1:27
    "The Fifth Second Of Forever" [listed as "Circles"] (Brock, Huw Lloyd-Langton) – 4:14
  4. "Space Chase" (Lloyd-Langton) – 3:19

Side 2 (33 RPM)Edit

  1. "Death Trap" (Calvert, Brock) – 4:42
  2. "Angels Of Death" (Brock) – 6:27
  3. "Shot Down in the Night" (Steve Swindells) – 7:07

Side 3 (45 RPM)Edit

  1. "Stonehenge Decoded" (Brock, Bainbridge) – 8:20

Side 4 (45 RPM)Edit

  1. "Watching The Grass Grow" (Nik Turner, Trev Thoms) – 3:40



Release historyEdit

  • Nov-1984: Flicknife Records, SHARP022, 12"33RPM & 12"45RPM, first 10000 copies came in gatefold cover, the next 5000 copies in single cover with poster, thereafter simply single cover.
  • Nov-1988: Flicknife Records, SHARP1422CD, UK CD with Zones
  • May-1992: Anagram Records, CDMGRAM 54, CD UK
  • Jul-1994: Griffin Music, GCDHA163-2, CD USA
  • Jul-2000: Cleopatra Records, CLE08502, USA 2CD with Zones
  • Jul-2002: Anagram Records, CDMGRAM160, UK 2CD with Zones


  1. ^ Youles, Steve. "Gig and Set Lists 1984". Starfarer's hawkwind Page. self-published. Archived from the original on 19 July 2008. Retrieved 20 August 2009.