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Satin Whale


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3.97 | 63 ratings

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5 stars Satin Whale's Desert Places was a fantastic heavy-prog effort, performing a mix of blues, hard rock and slight jazz, tempered by a stunning guitar, killer swirling organ and hard driven bass and drum. I can find a couple of influences by British and American Rock bands, but their German ascent reveals them own style. All the tracks are extremely energetic and well played, but not very complex. "Seasons of life/ Remember" are the highlights of the album. My rate: 5 stars
ELDOPOP | 5/5 |


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