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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. In 2000, two of the original members released a new… read more

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  • Avatar for Rushnerd
    One of the most interesting albums i've heard. The mellotron strings gives me chills everytime.
  • Avatar for scrotius
    I'm sure a lot of people will consider this blasphemy but..... I *really* prefer the 2012 "Live in Studio" rerecording of Zarathustra to the original. It does away with the silly "lets waste all the momentum we've built up over the last 10 minutes" fade out/fade in bit in Superuomo, and turns the anticlimactic ending into a barnstorming crescendo. Overall much more full of life. Just my opinion :) I do prefer some of the quieter bits from the original though.
  • Avatar for MusicMagic77
    >> Check out [artist]Formula 3[/artist] too! (One of the the best Italian hard rock / progressive rock groups - if not the best...)
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  • Avatar for Overture1383
    Wonderful Italian Prog band. [2]
  • Avatar for shoshenskoe
    Barbarica!!!! amazing album.
  • Avatar for Willensmacht
    Wow, can't believe there is a new album out!
  • Avatar for gokn
    they are back!
  • Avatar for Bonzo86
    Che musica facevamo. Che musica facciamo oggi.
  • Avatar for kowaki2112
    This italian music is fantastic!

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