King Crimson - USA CD (album) cover


King Crimson


Eclectic Prog

4.02 | 371 ratings

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4 stars This line-up of King Crimson was one of the heaviest bands in progressive rock. Those were the days when King Cimson really played very good (in comparison to the Belew line-ups). Another good thing of this album is that it is an "honest live album": in the cover they say that Eddie Jobson did some studio overdubs. "Exiles" is a great version. It seems that "Asbury Park" was an improvisation, and it is very powerful. "Schizoid Man" is the heaviest of all the songs in this album. A very good album. Bill Bruford finally found his right place in a band. His skills as drummer shine in this album.
Guillermo | 4/5 |


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