Sator (band)

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Sator
Sator.jpg
Sator in concert in Pontevedra
Background information
Origin Sweden
Genres Rock music
Years active 1987–present
Website Official Website
Members Kent Norberg
Hans Gäfvert
Chips Kiesbye
Heikki Kiviaho
Michael Solén

Sator is a Swedish rock band. The band was founded in Borlänge as Sator Codex in 1981. Sator Codex released one album, "Wanna Start A Fire?" and three singles before shortening their name in 1987 and continuing without their previous lead singer Björn Clarin and changing their sound. Chips Kiesbye is also a successful producer and has done work with The Hellacopters, Sahara Hotnights, Millencolin and several other rock bands.

Members[edit]

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

  • Slammer! - (1988)
  • Stock Rocker Nuts! - (1990)
  • Headquake - (1992)
  • Barbie-Q-Killers vol. 1 - (1994)
  • Stereo - (1995)
  • Musical Differences - (1998)
  • Basement Noise - (2006)
  • Under The Radar (2011)

Singles[edit]

  • Oh Mama (Lili & Susie cover) - (1988)
  • World - (1990)
  • Restless Again - (1990)
  • Hello Hello! (I'm Back Again) (Gary Glitter cover) - (1990)
  • We're Right, You're Wrong - (1992)
  • I Wanna Go Home - (1992)
  • Ring Ring (ABBA cover) - (1993)
  • I'd Rather Drink Than Talk - (1993)
  • No Solution (The Nuns cover) - (1994)
  • I'll Wait (The Suicide Commandos cover) - (1994)
  • Nothing Hurts - (1994)
  • Out Of The Void - (1995)
  • This Is My Life (Gasolin' cover) - (1995)
  • Even As We Speak - (1995)
  • It Really Doesn't Matter Now - (1995)
  • I'm Gone - (1995)
  • Everybody's Making Plans - (1998)
  • Love MF - (1998)
  • TV-Night - (1999)
  • Droppin' out! - (1999)
  • Leksands EP:n - (2009)
  • I Wanna Go Home (Twenty-ten) - (2010)
  • World Keeps Turning - (2013)
  • When You Lie Down With Dogs - (2014)

Split single[edit]

  • Sator vs White Flag - (1994)
  • Sator / Gangbangers - (1996)

DVDs[edit]

  • Live at Sticky Fingers 2006 - (2007)

Other Recordings[edit]

  • "Ring Ring" - ABBA cover from 1992 Swedish ABBA tribute album "ABBA: The Tribute", released on the Polar Music label.

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