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3.61 | 31 ratings | 2 reviews | 13% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 1975

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Six O'Clock (3:47)
2. Lost Mankind (5:40)
3. Reverie (1:37)
4. Go Ahead (11:18)
5. Trace Of Sadness (5:26)
6. Midnight Stone (2:43)
7. Song For 'Thesy' (4:50)
8. Beyond The Horizon (7:10)

Total Time: 42:31


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Line-up / Musicians

- Thomas Brück / bass, vocals
- Gerald Dellmann / keyboards
- Dieter Roesberg / guitar, saxophone, flute, vocals
- Wolfgang Hieronymi / drums

Releases information

LP Nova 6.22248 [1975]

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SATIN WHALE Lost Mankind ratings distribution

(31 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of rock music(13%)
Excellent addition to any rock music collection(65%)
Good, but non-essential (19%)
Collectors/fans only (3%)
Poor. Only for completionists (0%)

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Review by hdfisch
3 stars When SATIN WHALE recorded their second output they have found more to an own discrete style on the one hand but unfortunately they've lost some the power from their debut as well. Thus with good reasons after that one and their Live record "Whalecome" they vanished in the haze more or less. The album starts a bit tame with the first three tracks but with the 11 minute + long "Go Ahead" comes certainly the best and most versatile track on here with great sax and flute play. "Trace Of Sadness" is a powerful organ driven rocker, "Song for Thesy" is very much dominated by flute, reminding a bit to FOCUS and has some nice drum and marimba sections between the vocal parts. Flute plays as well an important role in the final track "Beyond The Horizon" besides the good ol' hammond. Thus overall far more than 50 % of this album can be considered as very good 70s Art Rock. Certainly worth 3 stars!

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4 stars I´m surprised that 70´s wannabe, or in better terms, 70´s inspired bands like Flower Kings and Spock´s Beard gets a big number of reviews, while some of their matrix gets only 2 !? While classic italian progre seems to get the deserved recognization by the cult progreheads , many german and o ... (read more)

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