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Museo Rosenbach

Museo Rosenbach
Country
Italy
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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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