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King Crimson


Eclectic Prog

4.42 | 2597 ratings

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5 stars Another of those perfect KC albums, the experimentation in this album is certainly much more to the forefront than in their other works and is particularly evident in the astounding tital track. While the intro to the album may seem to drag on for a little long, it is all building up to a fantastic climax that leaves you wishing you could play guitar and create that sonic experience yourself. The middle tracks are once again of a slightly different, perhaps more acessible, nature. Exiles is a truly beautiful song, on a par with I talk to the wind, while Easy Money reveals a little seen side to the band, and is perhaps slightly reminiscent of Lizard. While it's not the easiest way to get into the band, for anyone who wishes to deepen their knowledge of KC, this is an excellent direction to head in.
Warren | 5/5 |


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