Bring Me the Head of Yuri Gagarin is a live album by English rock group Hawkwind released in 1985 consisting of a performance at the Empire Pool, Wembley on 27 May 1973.
This is a poor sound quality audience recording licensed by Nik Turner. The recording has been released numerous times under different names, with different covers and bundled into box sets.
In 2006, the whole set from the band's performance was issued under the title Empire Pool Wembley 1973, although claimed to be from a different recording source, this also suffers from poor sound quality.
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