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Satin Whale

Satin Whale
Satin Whale was a 70s progressive rock band from Köln, Germany. They started as a largely instrumental band, playing long tracks with keyboards, flute and majestic arrangements. Songs became more and more the focus of albums as they went on, and tracks got shorter (excepting the live double).
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Satin Whale — Don't Stop the Show Satin Whale — Don't Stop the Show
(Polydor 2417 139, 1981, LP)
Satin Whale — Die Faust in der Tasche Satin Whale — Die Faust in der Tasche
(Strand 6.23715 AQ, 1978, LP)
Satin Whale — A Whale of a Time Satin Whale — A Whale of a Time
(Strand 6.23602 AO, 1978, LP)
Satin Whale — Whalecome Satin Whale — Whalecome
(Nova 6.28 449 , 1978, 2LP)
Satin Whale — As a Keepsake Satin Whale — As a Keepsake
(Teldec IM-30 030, 1977, LP)
Satin Whale — Lost Mankind Satin Whale — Lost Mankind
(Telefunken 3984-22009-2, 1975/1998, CD)
Satin Whale — Desert Places Satin Whale — Desert Places
(BRAIN 1049, 1974/2010, LP)

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