We're right, you're wrong, I'll wait, Ring Ring
Live at Hultsfredsfestivalen, 1994
When Sator played Hultsfredsfestivalen in 1994, they brought their friends in White Flag with them. Sator started out with a set of their own, from which these three songs were taken. Nix Vahlberg and Hans Ístlund of the Nomads joined the band for a rendition of The Zeros' classic song "Wimp". Campino of Die Toten Hosen jumped on stage for The Runaways' "Cherry Bomb". The whole show ended with a chaotic version of The Beatles' "I'm Down". The audience looked a bit confused since so few of the songs were Sator originals. Parts of the gig were broadcasted on Swedish TV.
TV appearance, 1992
This is Sator miming to "Ring Ring" on some Swedish TV show. It's probably "Megafon", where Sator performed this song and "I'd rather drink than talk" on November 9th 1992. This was the show were Kent in an interview was asked about the meaning of the word "Sator" and explained that it was Dutch for "penis". This started a common misconception that lives on to this day.
I wanna go home
Live at Hultsfredsfestivalen, 1992
This was the sixth time Sator (in one form or another) played Hultsfredsfestivalen. The entire gig was filmed by Swedish television and some parts were broadcasted.
We're right, you're wrong
Live at Roskildefestivalen, 1992
On June 27th 1992, Sator's everlasting "Headquake" tour brought the band to Roskildefestivalen in Denmark. This was one of the highlights of the tour as Sator got to play for their biggest audience ever. The band was joined by Campino of The Toten Hosen for a version of the old punk classic "Ready Steady Go" (By Generation X).
Slug it out
Live at Bengans, 1992
This was recorded at Bengans record store in Gothenburg, right around the release of "Headquake" - March/April 1992. Sator signed records and performed some songs live. Thanks to Steffe for sending us this video!