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Robert Fripp


Eclectic Prog

3.68 | 222 ratings

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5 stars Definitely this very intriguing work is a milestone in a history of rock music. Considered by some critics as an excellent example of avant-punk it nevertheless covers a wider spectrum of styles. It may be declared as an audio aids to Robert Fripp's PhD thesis named: "The application of Frippertronics to various genres of contemporary music". You can notice the viscous sound of this device in rock'n'roll (You Burn Me Up...), heavy blues (Chicago), soul (Mary), punk (Exposure), ambient (Water Music), etc...etc... Fripp's guitar work resembles the one he created during Larks-to-Red era of KING CRIMSON, but somewhat darker and heavier. A pretty bunch of famous guests includes also three prog weirdies - Eno, Gabriel and Hammill. Well, four in one is toooo weird! Just listen!
groon | 5/5 |


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