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Museo Rosenbach - Zarathustra album flac

  • Performer: Museo Rosenbach
  • Album: Zarathustra
  • FLAC: 1640 mb | MP3: 1828 mb
  • Released: 1973
  • Country: Italy
  • Style: Prog Rock
  • Rating: 4.6/5
  • Votes: 395
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Museo Rosenbach - Zarathustra album flac

Tracklist

Zarathustra
L'Ultimo Uomo
Il Re Di Ieri
Al Di Là Del Bene E Del Male
Superuomo
Il Tempio Delle Clessidre
Degli Uomini
Della Natura
Dell'Eterno Ritorno

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SMRL 6113 Museo Rosenbach Zarathustra ‎(LP, Album) Ricordi SMRL 6113 Italy 1973
K22P-280 Museo Rosenbach Zarathustra ‎(LP, Album, RE) Seven Seas K22P-280 Japan 1982
K22P-280 Museo Rosenbach Zarathustra ‎(LP, Album, RE, Gat) Seven Seas K22P-280 Japan 1982
K32Y 2117 Museo Rosenbach Zarathustra ‎(CD, Album, RE) Nexus K32Y 2117 Japan 1987
CONTEDISC 004 Museo Rosenbach Zarathustra ‎(CD, Album, RE) Contempo Records CONTEDISC 004 Italy 1990
CONTE 004 Museo Rosenbach Zarathustra ‎(LP, Album, RE) Contempo Records CONTE 004 Italy 1990
86 Museo Rosenbach Zarathustra ‎(LP, Album, Unofficial) Not On Label 86 South Korea 1990
KICP 2710 Museo Rosenbach Zarathustra ‎(CD, Album) Crime KICP 2710 Japan 1993
74321531842 Museo Rosenbach Zarathustra ‎(CD, Album, RE) Ricordi, BMG 74321531842 Italy 1997
SRMC 1047 Museo Rosenbach Zarathustra ‎(CD, Album, RE) Si-Wan Records SRMC 1047 South Korea 1998
BVCM-37425 Museo Rosenbach Zarathustra ‎(CD, Album, Ltd, RE, RM, Pap) BMG BVCM-37425 Japan 2003
74321984522 Museo Rosenbach Zarathustra ‎(CD, Album, RE, Gat) Ricordi, BMG Italy 74321984522 Italy 2003
88697428191 Museo Rosenbach Zarathustra ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, RE, Gat) Sony Music Entertainment (Italy) S.p.a. 88697428191 Italy 2009
GEM 39 Museo Rosenbach Zarathustra ‎(CD, Album, RE, Unofficial) Flawed Gems GEM 39 Sweden 2010
GEM 39 Museo Rosenbach Zarathustra ‎(CD, Album, Ltd, RE, Unofficial, Dig) Flawed Gems GEM 39 Germany 2011
88697853632 Museo Rosenbach Zarathustra ‎(CD, Album, RE, Gat) Sony Music, RCA 88697853632 Italy 2011
88875000442 Museo Rosenbach Zarathustra ‎(CD, Album, RE) Sony Music, RCA 88875000442 Italy 2014
none Museo Rosenbach Zarathustra ‎(CD, Album, RE) Gruppo Editoriale L'Espresso S.p.A. none Italy 2015
BVCM-37425 Museo Rosenbach Zarathustra ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM, Unofficial) BMG BVCM-37425 Russia 2016
MFSE LP I-0021 Museo Rosenbach Zarathustra ‎(LP, Album, RE, Unofficial, Gat) Music for special experiences MFSE LP I-0021 Italy 2017
SMRL 6113 Museo Rosenbach Zarathustra ‎(LP, Album, RE, Gat) Ricordi, Sony Music SMRL 6113 Italy 2018
none Museo Rosenbach Zarathustra ‎(CD, Album, RE) Arnoldo Mondadori Editore Spa none Italy 2019
74321531842 Museo Rosenbach Zarathustra ‎(CD, Album, RE) Ricordi, BMG 74321531842 Europe Unknown
CONTE 004 Museo Rosenbach Zarathustra ‎(LP, Album, RE, Gat) Contempo Records CONTE 004 Italy Unknown
SMRL 6113 Museo Rosenbach Zarathustra ‎(LP, Album, RE, Unofficial) Ricordi SMRL 6113 Unknown

Tracklist

Zarathustra
A1_a L'Ultimo Uomo
A1_b Il Re Di Ieri
A1_c Al Di La'Del Bene E Del Male
A1_d Superuomo
A1_e Il Tempio Delle Clessidre
B1 Degli Uomini
B2 Della Natura
B3 Dell'Eterno Ritorno

Notes

Counterfeit Copy & Single Cover!

This is a Korean unofficial vinyl(bootleg) and it was released without an insert.
- Released Date : the early 1990s

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SMRL 6113 Museo Rosenbach Zarathustra ‎(LP, Album) Ricordi SMRL 6113 Italy 1973
GEM 39 Museo Rosenbach Zarathustra ‎(CD, Album, Ltd, RE, Unofficial, Dig) Flawed Gems GEM 39 Germany 2011
none Museo Rosenbach Zarathustra ‎(CD, Album, RE) Gruppo Editoriale L'Espresso S.p.A. none Italy 2015
BVCM-37425 Museo Rosenbach Zarathustra ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM, Unofficial) BMG BVCM-37425 Russia 2016
GEM 39 Museo Rosenbach Zarathustra ‎(CD, Album, RE, Unofficial) Flawed Gems GEM 39 Sweden 2010


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Museo Rosenbach is an Italian progressive rock band whose album Zarathustra, in spite of the limited success it scored in the 1970s, is today considered a cornerstone of the genre. Museo Rosenbach was formed around 1971 as Inaugurazione del Museo Rosenbach ("The Inauguration of Rosenbach Museum") when two bands, La Quinta Strada and Il Sistema joined forces.

MUSEO ROSENBACH is a Rock Progressivo Italiano, Progressive Rock artist from Italy. In '73 they released "Zarathustra" (about Nietzsche's superman), this album is still considered as one of the masterpieces in the world of progrock. And it's one of the most sought after "collector items". In '92 the CD's "Rare and Unreleased" and "Live" '72 were released, both interesting but with inferior sound quality.

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Zarathustra ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, RE, Gat). Sony Music Entertainment (Italy) . Vendi questa versione. GEM 39. Museo Rosenbach. Zarathustra ‎(CD, Album, RE, Unofficial). Zarathustra ‎(CD, Album, Ltd, RE, Unofficial, Dig).

Museo Rosenbach are one of a number of Italian progressive bands of the 70s known for a single album, in their case the highly regarded Zarathustra (1973). The band formed in Sanremo around 1971 from members of Il Sistema and a cover band called La Quinta Strada. The band broke up shortly after the release of their album, but numerous other recordings have surfaced since, including a 1972 live album.

Zarathustra Tracklist.

Band Name Museo Rosenbach. Album Name Zarathustra. Music StyleProgressive Rock. Members owning this album1.

Sharpbringer
My copy of this Sony reissue has a serious pressing flaw on side 2--the pitch shifts up and down quite noticeably. The stylus swings from side to side as the record spins. I second progfan97402's statement that this reissue is to be avoided.
Perongafa
Can anyone comment on the sound and pressing quality of this version?
Bodwyn
Flawed Gems ‎– GEM 39I own this version of Zarathustra, which is a non official version. There are some passages with distortion. Overall the sound is flat, and I wonder if the CONTE 004 version is better, or any other one.
Whitehammer
The CONTE 004 LP 1990 is stunning! Great sound, highly reccomended.
Siralune
Just saw one of the "counterfeit" bootlegs. The Vinyl had no Matrix number, and it was very obvious that this wasn't from 1973.
RED
Totally among the very best and at the same time rarest italian prog albums of all times. Its importance equals the masterpieces of the UK prog (different from the italian prog) such as "In the court of the Crimson King" or "Thick as a brick", which are though much less rare in their original presses with respect to Museo Rosenbach's "Zarathustra". This is surely one of the rarest LPs in the italian prog scene. Also, when I say best I mean from all these points of view: outstanding music quality, innovation and originality (this is one of the very first albums that started the italian prog movement and style), and also great artwork and textured cover quality. Lastly, the dynamic range of this LP is very impressive, going from very low and subtle sounds to very powerful moments, with the uniqueness of the unrepeatable analog sound of that golden age.
Gann
Which CD's recordings of Zarathustra are best? My current CD at times sounds like it was recorded in a well.
invincible
How about the sound of the 2015 LP reissue?Anyone could post some comments on this, please?
Datrim
I bought mine directly from the label numusi.de .You can find it on ebay now.
Dyni
Where can I buy it?
Andriodtargeted
I have it, and I'm satisfied. But I don't have any expensive Hi-Fi equipment. But yeah, give it a try for some Bucks.
Cells
Not bad at all. Some innergroove distortion towards the end of each side. I've definitely seen worse in recent pressings. I have no way to compare the sound with other releases.
Maucage
Anyone could comment on the sound quality of this South Korean edition ?
Ranenast
Unlike some earlier reissues, this has does not seem to be compressed and has a good dynamic range of 11.
Άνουβις
I recently purchased a pressing that I added to Discogs (http://www.discogs.com/Museo-Rosenbach-Zarathustra/release/5129900).Does anyone know if Seven Seas only put out the gatefold version in 1981 or if they did any later pressings? My issue claims to be a Seven Seas pressing but it is not a gatefold as the original '81 version.Anyhow, the pressing is still recommended because the sound is absolutely fantastic!
Fecage
I just bought a pressing of Zarathustra that claims to be the japanese 1981 Sevens Seas reissue, but it's not a gatefold and it has no OBI! Has anyone seen this one before? I can't seem to find out if it's a legit pressing or a bootleg. Will add this release and see if anyone corrects it!
LeXXXuS
In "Sevens Seas European lock collection" LP's of Japanese press, most reproduce Original gimmick sleeve issue faithfully, but there is the thing changed to single sleeve in 2nd press. And the quality of paper of sleeve is different.Zarathustra, gatefold sleeve lssue is right. Of course Obi is attached.
Ferne
I believe some Sevens Seas LPs were reissued in single sleeves. I have Osanna's Preludio Tema Variazioni Canzona in the single sleeve edition.
Paster
If you're wanting to seek this album on vinyl, the 2009 reissue on Sony is to be avoided. The sound quality is terrible, rather muddy sounding. I don't have audiophile equipment, I own a Denon DP-23 turntable with a Grado Prestige Gold cartridge, and speakers I found at a thrift store and many of my other LPs, even the original LPs sound a lot better than this. So your best bet is find a reissue on Contempo or a Japanese reissue, or if you have the big money and lucky to find a copy, the Italian original on Ricordi. I was lucky to acquire the Italian original and was just in shock how much better it sounds than the Sony reissue. Only 1,500 copies of the Sony reissue were made. You expect something of much better quality for such a limited run.
Runeterror
Have you listened to the new 2018 version? https://www.discogs.com/Museo-Rosenbach-Zarathustra/release/12156826I haven't, but someone told me it was a bad pressing and that it was full of distortion especially in Side A, and since the new version is made by Sony I wonder if it could be a repress or it is using the same bad quality source from 2009, I know Sony likes to cut high and low frequencies and compress for vinyl when it comes to Argentinian rock reissues, by your review I think maybe that's what they did to the 2009 one, and maybe this one just uses that cut. I only have an unofficial release of this https://www.discogs.com/Museo-Rosenbach-Zarathustra/release/7585313 which all-in-all doesn't sound too bad (maybe it even sounds better than these Sony reissues), been looking for a Seven Seas of this but it is just too expensive and haven't had any luck finding a good gatefold or regular version at a more reasonable price, so I'm trying to find out any more information about this year's reissue.Cheers.
Reighbyra
To me, this is simply one of the all-time greats of Italian prog, simple as that. This is one of those albums that, since 1993, when I first got to hear it, to now, 2011, still amazes me in the same way as it did in '93, it's deserving to be in my top favorites. Sure this album will have a few detractors, but what Italian prog album with a hard-edge wouldn't, like Il Balletto di Bronzo's YS or Semiramis' Dedicato a Frazz. This album is stuffed with lots of great guitar from Enzo Merogno, Mellotron and Hammond organ from Pit Corradi, and not to mention Stefan "Lupo" Galifi. The lyrics are based on Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche, and thanks to a bust of Mussolini on the collage cover artwork, the band was accused of having right-wing views, limiting their success. The original LP on Dischi Ricordi has became a major collector's item. Regardless, the music simply blows me away, and I find it completely essential to your collection.
Bort
This album was not born in 1990 but in 1973 (try to google "SMRL 6113"), the label was "Dischi Ricordi S.P.A.", in the tracklist there is a little mistake (zarathustra is the suite containing the other a-side songs) and I want this little bijou!!!P.S. I'm sorry for my bad English
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