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DISCIPLINE

King Crimson

 

Eclectic Prog

4.10 | 1309 ratings

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el böthy
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4 stars There are times where a band wants to expand their material and their music, and sometimes to get this done they must make a 180º turn. Now the problem with that is that almost always the result is well.crap!!! Take Yes with (Beverly Hills) 90210 for example, or Genesis in the ´80. Well basically all the BIG names in prog pretty much sold out or sucked in the ´80...but there are also exceptions and no exception is bigger than King Crimson's Discipline! How is it possible that this is the same band (well not exactly the same...we all know KC members tend to change a lot) from the dark and heavy Lark's tongues in aspic makes this ...almost popish industrial music??? Well. I don't know, but the result is incredible!!!

Fripp, you freaki´genius, you have done it again!

el böthy | 4/5 |

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