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Anton Szandor Lavey (1930-1997) was the founder of the "Church of Satan" and the first person to codify Satanism as a coherent religion. He has released two albums: The Satanic Mass and Satan Takes A Holiday; one single Answer Me / Honolulu Baby; and one EP: Strange Music.
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- Book IV - (2:54) - 59 plays
- Satan Takes a Holiday (instrumental) - (1:55) - 51 plays
- Satan Takes a Holiday - 43 plays
- Satanis Theme - (3:13) - 40 plays
- The Whirling Dervish - (5:03) - 40 plays
- Answer Me - (3:15) - 47 plays
- Honolulu Baby - (2:19) - 46 plays
- Hello Central, Give Me No Man's Land - (4:04) - 28 plays
- Band Organ Medley - (8:56) - 27 plays
- The Satanic Mass - (19:48) - 21 plays
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