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Stern Combo Meissen

Stern Combo Meissen
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Germany
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Stern Meissen is a German rock band from Meißen, Saxony. They started as a beat group in the mid 60s in what was then East Germany, absorbing Western influences alongside developing their own style. As Stern Combo Meissen they reinvented themselves as the foremost progressive rock outfit from the German Democtratic Republic in the mid 70s and into the early 80s.
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http://www.stern-combo-meissen.de
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Releases on file (4)
Stern Meissen — Reise zum Mittelpunkt des Menschen Stern Meissen — Reise zum Mittelpunkt des Menschen
((Not on label) 4012831 80 133, 1981/1995, CD)
Stern-Combo Meissen — Der Weite Weg Stern-Combo Meissen — Der Weite Weg
(Deutsche Schallplatten DSB 3, 1979/1993, CD)
Stern-Combo Meissen — Weisses Gold Stern-Combo Meissen — Weisses Gold
((Not on label) 4012831 80 123, 1978/1995, CD)
Stern-Combo Meissen — Stern-Combo Meissen Stern-Combo Meissen — Stern-Combo Meissen
(Amiga 8 55 567, 1977, LP)

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