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* ''Transmigration''
* ''Equal''
* ''Linen Sampler''

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* ''Transmigration''
''Transmigration (1994)''
* ''Equal''
''Equal (1996)''
* ''Linen Sampler''Sampler (1997)''
* ''LSD and Remixes (1998)''
* ''Lucy in the Sky With Dynamites (1998)''



** ''All Things Must Be Equal: TYO Edition''
** ''All Things Must Be Equal: BLN Edition''
** ''All Things Must Be Equal: 808 Mono Edition''
* ''Mono''
* ''Grateful In All Things''

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** ''All Things Must Be Equal: TYO Edition''
Edition (2017)''
** ''All Things Must Be Equal: BLN Edition''
Edition (2018)''
** ''All Things Must Be Equal: 808 Mono Edition''
Edition (2018)''
* ''Mono''
''Mono (2017)''
* ''Grateful In All Things''Things (2020)''
* ''Transformed Collection (2020)''


* BrokenRecord: Many of Sato's songs have melodies repeated for the entire duration of the song. Taken UpToEleven with Objectless (1983), which solely contians this.

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* BrokenRecord: Many of Sato's songs have melodies repeated for the entire duration of the song. Taken UpToEleven up a notch with Objectless (1983), which solely contians this.


* ArcSymbol: A yellow face with red eyes and horns is seen in many of Sato's games, most notably VideoGame/LSDDreamEmulator. This face is ususally referred to as Linen by fans, as that's what the symbol is labelled as on the cover of ''Linen Sampler''.

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* ArcSymbol: A yellow face with red eyes and horns is seen in many of Sato's games, most notably VideoGame/LSDDreamEmulator. This face is ususally referred to as Linen by fans, as that's what the symbol is labelled as on the cover of ''Linen Sampler''.



* AscendedFanon: Linen's nickname became official with the release of ''Grateful In All Things'', which is published by a "Linen Records", which uses Linen as a logo.



* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: Pretty much all of Sato's games and most of his music is this. Very few copies of his works are in circulation, and when they are, they tend to fetch prices in the hundreds-of-dollars range. Taken UpToEleven with ''Mono'', which had a grand total of ''five'' copies made.



* NamesTheSame: Sato has released two different albums both titled Objectless. The former was his debut album, and the latter contains remixes of songs from the former.


* ''[[Music/ObjectlessSato Objectless]]''
* ''[[Music/TransmigrationSato Transmigration]]''
* ''[[Music/EqualSato EQUAL]]''
* ''[[Music/GratefulInAllThings GRATEFUL IN ALL THINGS]]''

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* ''[[Music/ObjectlessSato Objectless]]''
''Objectless (1983)''
* ''[[Music/TransmigrationSato Transmigration]]''
''Transmigration''
* ''[[Music/EqualSato EQUAL]]''
''Equal''
* ''[[Music/GratefulInAllThings GRATEFUL IN ALL THINGS]]''''Linen Sampler''
* ''Objectless (2017)''
* ''All Things Must Be Equal''
** ''All Things Must Be Equal: TYO Edition''
** ''All Things Must Be Equal: BLN Edition''
** ''All Things Must Be Equal: 808 Mono Edition''
* ''Mono''
* ''Grateful In All Things''



%%keep the music to it's current state for now; look for the other albums later. there's at least one more. and also find better URLs that act as links

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%%keep the music to it's current state for now; look for the other albums later. there's at least one more. and also find better URLs that act as links


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* ArcSymbol: A yellow face with red eyes and horns is seen in many of Sato's games, most notably VideoGame/LSDDreamEmulator. This face is ususally referred to as Linen by fans, as that's what the symbol is labelled as on the cover of ''Linen Sampler''.
* AmazingTechnicolorWorld: Nearly all of Sato's artwork is colored in bright primary colors.
* AscendedFanon: Linen's nickname became official with the release of ''Grateful In All Things'', which is published by a "Linen Records", which uses Linen as a logo.
* BrokenRecord: Many of Sato's songs have melodies repeated for the entire duration of the song. Taken UpToEleven with Objectless (1983), which solely contians this.
* CapsLock: Often seen whenever Sato employs English text, such as the Spotify release of ''All Things Must Be Equal''.
* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: Pretty much all of Sato's games and most of his music is this. Very few copies of his works are in circulation, and when they are, they tend to fetch prices in the hundreds-of-dollars range. Taken UpToEleven with ''Mono'', which had a grand total of ''five'' copies made.


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* MinimalisticCoverArt: Objectless (1983)'s cover consists of a solid red background with a blue rectangle containing the album's name and artist in white text.
* NamesTheSame: Sato has released two different albums both titled Objectless. The former was his debut album, and the latter contains remixes of songs from the former.


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* RemixAlbum: A good chunk of Sato's albums can be summed up as this.


* ''[[Music/ObjectlessSato Objectless]]''



* ''[[GRATEFUL IN ALL THINGS]]''

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* ''[[GRATEFUL ''[[Music/GratefulInAllThings GRATEFUL IN ALL THINGS]]''


He is most well known for his video game creations, though. To the rate many people ''only'' know of him through some of his games, to be exact.

'' '''Notice:''' Almost all of Osamu Sato's works aren't just in desperate need of not just WikiMagic, but do not have pages at all, and that's if the games have even been found yet; some games haven't even been located yet and have gone missing, requiring us to KeepCirculatingTheTapes. In terms of fixing [[Main/RedLink Redlinks]] and giving WikiMagic, the games should be considered somewhat of a priority. The list of works is also incomplete, so finding those out is also a good idea.''

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He is most well known for his video game creations, though. To the rate many people ''only'' know of him through some of his games, to be exact.

'' '''Notice:''' Almost all of Osamu Sato's works aren't just in desperate need of not just WikiMagic, but do not have pages at all, and that's if the games have even been found yet;
exact. However, some games haven't even been located yet and have gone missing, requiring us fans to KeepCirculatingTheTapes. In terms of fixing [[Main/RedLink Redlinks]] and giving WikiMagic, the games should be considered somewhat of a priority. The list of works is also incomplete, so finding those out is also a good idea.''
KeepCirculatingTheTapes.
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* SurrealHumor: Occasionally, the surreal aspects are used to create comedic situations, such as how T.B.C. from VideoGame/EasternMindTheLostSoulsOfTongNou are meant to specialize in co-coordination, but are bad at it.

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* SurrealHumor: Occasionally, the surreal aspects are used to create comedic situations, such as how T.B.C. from VideoGame/EasternMindTheLostSoulsOfTongNou are meant to specialize in co-coordination, but are bad at it.it.
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* ''[[Music/GRATEFUL IN ALL THINGSSato GRATEFUL IN ALL THINGS]]''

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* ''[[Music/GRATEFUL IN ALL THINGSSato GRATEFUL ''[[GRATEFUL IN ALL THINGS]]''


* ''[[Music/GRATEFUL IN ALL THINGSSato]]''

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* ''[[Music/GRATEFUL IN ALL THINGSSato]]''THINGSSato GRATEFUL IN ALL THINGS]]''


* ''[[Music/GRATEFUL IN ALL THINGS]]''

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* ''[[Music/GRATEFUL IN ALL THINGS]]''THINGSSato]]''


* ''[[Music/GRATEFUL IN ALL THINGSSato]]''

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* ''[[Music/GRATEFUL IN ALL THINGSSato]]''THINGS]]''

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* ''[[Music/GRATEFUL IN ALL THINGSSato]]''


Osamu Sato is... a very ''strange'' creator. Specializing in both video games and music, he is well known for his experimental as hell music (most of which can range from a mere 15-30 second loop to 10 whole minutes) and his surreal games which are key targets for NightmareFuel and SurrealHorror.

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Osamu Sato (born April 14, 1960) is... a very ''strange'' creator. Specializing in both video games and music, he is well known for his experimental as hell music (most of which can range from a mere 15-30 second loop to 10 whole minutes) and his surreal games which are key targets for NightmareFuel and SurrealHorror.


* [[VideoGame/LSDDreamEmulator LSD: Dream Emulator]]
* VideoGame/EasternMindTheLostSoulsOfTongNou
** [[VideoGame/ChuTeng Chu-Teng]]
* [[VideoGame/RhythmNFace Rhythm 'N' Face]]
* [[VideoGame/TokyoWakuseiPlanetokio Tokyo Wakusei Planetokio]]
* [[VideoGame/RolypolysNoNanakorobiyaoki Rolypolys no Nanakorobiyaoki]]
** [[VideoGame/RolypolysNoSekaiRyokou Rolypolys no Sekai Ryokou]]

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* [[VideoGame/LSDDreamEmulator ''[[VideoGame/LSDDreamEmulator LSD: Dream Emulator]]
Emulator]]''
* VideoGame/EasternMindTheLostSoulsOfTongNou
''VideoGame/EasternMindTheLostSoulsOfTongNou''
** [[VideoGame/ChuTeng Chu-Teng]]
''[[VideoGame/ChuTeng Chu-Teng]]''
* [[VideoGame/RhythmNFace ''[[VideoGame/RhythmNFace Rhythm 'N' Face]]
Face]]''
* [[VideoGame/TokyoWakuseiPlanetokio ''[[VideoGame/TokyoWakuseiPlanetokio Tokyo Wakusei Planetokio]]
Planetokio]]''
* [[VideoGame/RolypolysNoNanakorobiyaoki ''[[VideoGame/RolypolysNoNanakorobiyaoki Rolypolys no Nanakorobiyaoki]]
Nanakorobiyaoki]]''
** [[VideoGame/RolypolysNoSekaiRyokou ''[[VideoGame/RolypolysNoSekaiRyokou Rolypolys no Sekai Ryokou]]Ryokou]]''



* [[Music/TransmigrationSato Transmigration]]
* [[Music/EqualSato EQUAL]]

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* [[Music/TransmigrationSato Transmigration]]
''[[Music/TransmigrationSato Transmigration]]''
* [[Music/EqualSato EQUAL]]''[[Music/EqualSato EQUAL]]''



* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: Almost all the games have been considered lost in a specific period of time. The only ones perserved before a deep one were LSD and Eastern Mind.
** Mind you, Chu-Teng is currently the only game by Sato to be found after a deep loss. The rest of the works, though, are almost LostForever until somebody is to find them someday.

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* RecurringElement: {{UsefulNotes/Buddhism}} is referenced quite a lot in Osamu Sato's games, most prominently within VideoGame/EasternMindTheLostSoulsOfTongNou and some of VideoGame/LSDDreamEmulator.


'' '''Notice:''' Almost all of Osamu Sato's works aren't just in desperate need of not just WikiMagic, but do not have pages at all, and that's if the games have even been found yet; some games haven't even been located yet and have gone missing, requiring us to KeepCirculatingTheTapes. In terms of fixing [[Main/RedLink Redlinks]] and giving WikiMagic, the games should be considered somewhat of a priority The list of works is also incomplete, so finding those out is also a good idea.''

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'' '''Notice:''' Almost all of Osamu Sato's works aren't just in desperate need of not just WikiMagic, but do not have pages at all, and that's if the games have even been found yet; some games haven't even been located yet and have gone missing, requiring us to KeepCirculatingTheTapes. In terms of fixing [[Main/RedLink Redlinks]] and giving WikiMagic, the games should be considered somewhat of a priority priority. The list of works is also incomplete, so finding those out is also a good idea.''

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