Nosferatu (Art Zoyd album)

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Nosferatu
Art Zoyd - Nosferatu.jpg
Studio album by Art Zoyd
Released 1989
Recorded October 1988 – January 1989 at Unsafe Studios, France
Genre Rock in Opposition
Length 59:14
Label Mantra
Producer Art Zoyd
Art Zoyd chronology
Berlin
(1987)Berlin1987
Nosferatu
(1989)
Marathonnerre
(1993)Marathonnerre1993
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
Allmusic4/5 stars[1]

Nosferatu is the eighth album by Art Zoyd, released in 1989 through Mantra Records. It is their first album to only be released on compact disc.

Track listing[edit]

Nosferatu : music for the F. W. Murnau film (1921)
No.TitleWriter(s)Length
1."L'oeuf du serpent"Gérard Hourbette3:40
2."L'agent Renfield"Thierry Zaboitzeff3:17
3."Le voyage de Harker"Hourbette4:03
4."Le matin"Hourbette1:40
5."Le chateau"Zaboitzeff4:14
6."Nosferatu"Zaboitzeff2:42
7."L'oeuf du serpent II"Hourbette3:00
8."Rumeurs"Zaboitzeff2:35
9."Rumeurs II"Zaboitzeff2:56
10."Anaphase"Hourbette4:08
11."Le maitre arrive"Hourbette2:24
12."Rumeurs III"Zaboitzeff2:39
13."Les docteurs"Zaboitzeff2:28
14."La peste"Hourbette3:14
15."Livre des vampires"Zaboitzeff1:47
16."Anaphase II"Hourbette4:38
17."Le maitre est mort"Zaboitzeff3:31
Vorgänge : music from final ballet by the Salzburg Vorgänge Bewegungstheater, for the sixth centenary of the belfry at Béthune, France
No.TitleWriter(s)Length
18."Marees"Hourbette8:33
19."Beffroi"Zaboitzeff3:35
20."Sleep No More"Zaboitzeff5:30

Personnel[edit]

Art Zoyd
Production and additional personnel

References[edit]

  1. ^ Couture, François. "Nosferatu". Allmusic. Retrieved November 17, 2012. 

External links[edit]