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THREE OF A PERFECT PAIR

King Crimson

 

Eclectic Prog

3.23 | 757 ratings

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zedkatz
3 stars Not much to add to previous reviews in terms of the history of this album. The 3rd of the 80's KC works after Discipline and Beat. Similar style, recognisable immediately as the same band. For me though this is the weakest of the three, not because of the radio-friendliness of some of the tracks, in fact I love the first four tracks, but because of what follows. I really can't get into the more industrial, improv style of the later tracks. Just sounds to me like the band weren't all that into it either to me.
zedkatz | 3/5 |

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