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King Crimson


Eclectic Prog

2.45 | 378 ratings

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5 stars I was a young guy, when I bought KC's Earthbound in 1973. I was a member of a group of some young people discovering the world of new music. We heard the new appearing records together always looking for the ultimate one. Earthbound was a shock. Nobody by then had dared to publish such a direct and terrible recorded piece of live music. Rain pelted against the roof of the Volkswagon truck with the recording equipment. But this was it, yeah man, this was it. This was the pure feeling makin the creeps, ploughing your ears and your nerves. King Crimson never more played so low over the ground, so dirty. But I love this record until now, this is one of my all time favorites. A masterpiece of rockmusic, not catched by many, not played for the crowd, great and eccentric.
golowin | 5/5 |


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