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Panko Musik

Panko Musik
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Panko Musik (also known as just Panko, named after the Pankow area of Berlin) was a band started in the late 60s in Berlin that lasted until 1972. The group went through a number of different members, and recorded in 1971. The music was released in 1983 on cassette, long after the band had ceased to exist.
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Various Artists — Psychedelic Underground 18 Various Artists — Psychedelic Underground 18
(Garden of Delights CD 180, 1978/2017, CD)
Panko — Weil Es So Schön Perlt Panko — Weil Es So Schön Perlt
(Garden of Delights CD 172, 1971/2017, CD)

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