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King Crimson


Eclectic Prog

3.65 | 980 ratings

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3 stars It will be able to be discovered to say that KC is a band by Fripp very if it listens to this album. The transition has the purpose and order and has stimulated the listener. 1st album and "Red" "Discipline". KC in the 90's still continues to works of the best these for Fripp with a consistent element and thought.

How KC that had been notified beforehand at this time had been revived by the union of Fripp and the member is understood. The flow that excluded an industrial element might be consistent and it be in the place where our imagination had been certainly exceeded power to invent the structure of the lock that they thought about. However, the idea of KC that flowed to foundation existed in another dimension for all music since beginning.

It is guessed that of course, there was a trouble with the office that belongs besides the activity of music, too. The fact that always reflects the part where they were always calculated in the work is transmitted to the listener in the meantime. The composition of the tune to make to [****] in about 1974 also has the opinion made to have found means of escape to the product of the recollection of Fripp. However, it might be understood that it was a natural act if the flow with those elements and difficult parts also considers the history of KC.

Kazuhiro | 3/5 |


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