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King Crimson


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3.28 | 1191 ratings

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4 stars TOAPP was definitely a more technical album than Beat. The compositions work better together and that is not saying Beat is poor. On the contrary. Although these 80's releases seem to get unfair criticism in the main I have to challenge those sceptical to return to Three of a Perfect Pair and listen to the title track, ' Warning', the quirky ' Model Man' and Adrian Belew's pleading on ' Man with an open Heart'. I have said it before and I will repeat it again Adrian Belew was a key member of KC in the 80's. His level of enthusiasm and cutting edge vocals gave kC sound the added impetus it so very much needed.
Chris S | 4/5 |


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