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Burzum - Filosofem
Burzum - Filosofem
Performer: Burzum
Title: Filosofem
Label: Misanthropy Records, Cymophane Productions
Country: UK
Released: 1996
Style: Black Metal, Ambient
Cat: AMAZON 009, EYE 004
Rating: 4.6/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 2526 mb | MP3 size: 2117 mb | WMA size: 2249 mb
Genre: Electronic / Rock

1Gebrechlichkeit II7:52
2Rundgang Um Die Transzendentale Säule Der Singularität25:11
4Gebrechlichkeit I7:53
5Jesus' Tod8:39
6Erblicket Die Töchter Des Firmaments7:53


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
AMAZON 009, EYE 004, EYE004NBurzum Filosofem ‎(CD, Album, Dig)Misanthropy Records, Cymophane Productions, Cymophane ProductionsAMAZON 009, EYE 004, EYE004NUK1996
AMAZON 009, EYE 004, EYE0 04NBurzum Filosofem ‎(CD, Album, Unofficial)Misanthropy Records , Cymophane Productions , Cymophane Productions AMAZON 009, EYE 004, EYE0 04NUnknown
AMAZON 009, EYE 004, EYE004NBurzum Filosofem ‎(CD, Album, Unofficial)Misanthropy Records , Cymophane Productions , Cymophane Productions AMAZON 009, EYE 004, EYE004NRussia2017
SM022-CDBurzum Filosofem ‎(CD, Album, Sli)Somber MusicSM022-CDBrazil2003
AMAZON 009, EYE 004, FH 66602Burzum Filosofem ‎(CD, Album, Dig)Misanthropy Records, Cymophane Productions, Feral House AudioAMAZON 009, EYE 004, FH 66602US1996


  • Music By, Lyrics ByVarg Vikernes
  • Painting [Unattributed; “Up In The Hills A Clarion Call Rings Out"]Theodor Kittelsen


Record 1 is on black vinyl and record 2 is on blue vinyl. Comes in gatefold cover sleeve with 12 page A5 booklet.

Recorded in Breidablik Tonstudio, March 1993.

Side D is etched without matrix.


  • Barcode: 5 029029 099906
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): DFI 95-12 AMAZON 009 A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): DFI 95-12 AMAZON 009 BI
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C): DFI 95-12 AMAZON 009 C


  • Recorded At – Breidablik Soundstudio
  • Pressed By – DFI



The Orchard Music от лица компании Misanthropy Hexacorp music. Robert Del Naja, Neil Davidge, Sinéad OConnor, Grant by Burzum, released 26 June 2017 1. Dunkelheit 2. Jesus Tod 3. Erblicket die Töchter des Firmame 4. Gebrechlichkeit I 5. Rundgang um die transzendentale Säule der Singularität 6. Gebrechlichkeit II Filosofem Norwegian for philosopheme is the fourth studio album by Norwegian black metal solo project Burzum. It was recorded in March 1993 and was the last recording before Varg Vikernes' imprisonment 16 May 1994 the album was not released until January 1996, however. Alice M. That guy kinda creeps me out, but I find his music oddly appealing. That gap keeps fascinating me. Ive been wanting that particular album for years. Filosofem Norwegian for Philosopheme is the fourth studio album by Norwegian black metal solo project Burzum. It was recorded in March 1993 and was the last recording before Varg Vikernes was sentenced to prison in 1994 the album was not released until January 1996, however. It was released through Misanthropy Records and Vikernes' own record label, Cymophane Productions. A music video was made for the song Dunkelheit and received airtime on both MTV and VH1. Burzum - Filosofem 1996. Burzum - Filosofem Full Album. Burzum Filosofem 1996 Misanthropy Records, Cymophane Productions. Tracklist - Norwegian Version: Burzum Jesu Død Beholding The Daughters Of The Firmament Decrepitude I Rundtgåing Av Den Transcendentale Egenbetens Støtte Decrepitude II. Tracklist - German Version: Dunkelheit Jesus' Tod Erblicket Die Töchter Des Firmaments Gebrechlichkeit I Rundgang Um Die Transzendentale Säule Der Singularität Gebrechlichkeit II. The Filosofem Philosofem album: this album contains the first real Burzum track, titled Dunkelheit on the album but the real title of the track is Burzum. Dunkelheit is just the German translation of Burzum, that I originally wanted to include on the Hvis lyset tar oss album but the recording was very poor, so I didn't use it. I changed the name to Burzum from Uruk-Hai when I made this song I think in August 1991. The album is a bit weird, and far from perfect, but it is okay. Unfortunately, this is the. Burzum meaning darkness is a word from the black speech of Mordor, a language created by . Listen free to Burzum Filosofem Dunkelheit, Jesus' Tod and more. 6 tracks 64:33. Filosofem Norwegian for Philosopheme is the fifth release by the Norwegian black metal artist Burzum. It was recorded in March 1993 and was the last recording before Varg Vikernes' imprisonment. However, the album was not released until January 1996. According to Burzum's website, the Norwegian version is the definitive version, as it uses both the original song titles and lyrics. Filosofem is Burzums fourth studio album. It was the last recording before Vikernes' imprisonment, but was not released until 1996. The album is known for its experimental sound. Vikernes considered the release an anti-trend album. Filosofem Q&A. Burzum-1996Filosofem. Internet Archive HTML5 Uploader . Uplevel BACK. 01 - download. 02 - Jesu Dø download

Comments (10)
I have the vinyls only of this release. So, if anybody is selling SLEEVE ONLY, please contact me. Thank you!
I asked Tiziana (Misanthropy Records label owner) about how many copies of Filosofem on vinyl that were made, and which one came first (blue or black) Here is her answer:“To be honest, I can't remember :) But I think it was the blue one, because we had the policy of releasing the more unusual stuff first. The other option might be that we released them both at the same time. But I think it was the blue one first. I am sorry, I also can't remember how many we made of each variation! I would guess either 500 or 1000. I can't even remember where we printed those.... I must be getting old :) I will try and find out”
Throw her heart
A reason could be that people usually wants colored vinyl, instead of black.
Looking at how many are on sale on Discogs of the black version (around 7) and the blue (0), I would say there are not more than 500 made tops. I also rarely see them around, although I have been collecting a long time. My guess would be 1500 black, 500 blue for a total of 2000, just like Hvis lyset tar oss
C is to die for, amazing amazing bit of music
crazy mashine
I read on cultmetal.com that this version (blue/black vinyl) is supposed to be a later press than the edition on all black vinyl. Can anybody confirm this, preferably with additional information such as actual release dates of the two versions? I assumed they were pressed and released at the same time.I have both versions, and the covers and the matrix numbers in the run-out grooves are identical in both copies. The only difference I see in the two is the booklet: For the blue/black version, the front page is blank, and the back page is black with the cover in a centered rectangular picture. This booklet seems to be identical to the one pasted into the A5 cd version. On the all black version, the booklet has the cover art on front and back, like a miniature version of the actual album cover.
+666 scene points and a round of applause for you
Just a little bit late and not asked to me but I can remember that I had payed for the blue vinyl around 20 DM, that is around 10€. The A5 digibook, thick first run and the thinner A5 digibook, second run, took for each around 16 DM - 8€. I have bought the picture disc box, later, for 60-80DM - 30-40€. I don’t burned any money, bought the stuff when it were released and sold it when it were expensive. I was in Burzum when there was no hype. Started with the release of „Aske“, bought the cd with the lighter and the shirt by a friend who sealed with underground stuff. Payed 10 DM for the cd with lighter - 5€ and the same for the Aske shirt (of course the original). He tried to sell the record to me too but I didn’t wanted it because I was too much in cd. The price for the record were 15DM - 7.5€. One of 4 deals I regret that I didn’t made. But don’t forget, at this time no one knew Burzum, it also had to stay unknown and to be forgotten. Buyed the Music to hear and not to make money. I was in the lucky position to buy all the other first editions on cd too for cheap: never payed more than 10€ for each at a metal record fair - the first two outputs were not available for my reselling friends. All happend around the release date of Aske. Hvys Lyset tar oss were bought in Oslo at the week when it was released. Don’t know anymore the price in nok but it wasn’t more than 10€ today. The record were offered too in the shop but I told you, I wasn’t in records at this time no more. That changed a little bit with the filosofem. I remember that hvis lyset were slightly expensive as the cd and I felt a little amused because at this time, vinyl were dying in Germany and record were unsoldable and cheap as hell. They sold records in huge packages for a very low price as tapes. I also could have buying Darkthrones first records for cheap... but waited to buy those stuff until Panzerfausts release - today 10€. I have sold all records for a good price, not highest because I sold it when Varg were still in prison and it was completely unknown if there will be people interested in many years later. It could also happend in another way. I sold it because the music is the essence to me and the vinyl were just for fun - filisofems etching were cool an d I couldn’t make a descission wich color to buy... so I bought both, the same with the digibook. Was cheap and I had the money. Still owning my cd collection and it is a matter of remembering-tried to spread Burzum by sharing the music with all people I knew at this time. Nobody knew it and it is fun to see that more than 20-25years later all of them still hear Burzum too.
HI, I have bought the blue vinyl with the thick A5 digibook when it was released. I have asked the retailer, who is a friend, what is the first press? He said, the blue Vinyl and the thick A5 digibook. The black Vinyl came several days later with the thin A5 digibook with the Rest of his Order for his mailorder. At this Time I was very in Burzum and collected all First-press. So I was interested in. I know, that the blinket was very crappy because it seemed that it was just an unglued one of the digibook. That should anwer the other question. Regards
sounds like you have a lot of money to burn, lol, Im trying to sell the blue/black, no blank covers. out of curiositydo you know the true worth or what you paid for it?