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Museo Rosenbach

Museo Rosenbach
Country
Italy
Profile
Museo Rosenbach is an Italian progressive rock band whose sole album Zarathustra, in spite of the limited success it scored in the 70s, is today considered a cornerstone of the genre.
Website
http://www.museo.it
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Releases on file (6)
Museo Rosenbach — Barbarica Museo Rosenbach — Barbarica
(Immaginifica ARS IMM / 1017, 2013, CD)
Various Artists — Kalevala - A Finnish Progressive Rock Epic Various Artists — Kalevala - A Finnish Progressive Rock Epic
(Musea FGBG 4463.AR, 2003, 3CD)
Museo Rosenbach — Exit Museo Rosenbach — Exit
(Carisch CL 77, 2000, CD)
Museo Rosenbach — Zarathustra Museo Rosenbach — Zarathustra
(Si Wan SRMC 1047, 1973/1998, CD)
Museo Rosenbach — Live '72 Museo Rosenbach — Live '72
(Mellow MMP 102, 1972/1992, CD)
Museo Rosenbach — Rare & Unreleased Museo Rosenbach — Rare & Unreleased
(Mellow MMP 103, 1972/1992, CD)

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