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HEAVEN AND EARTH (PROJEKCT X)

King Crimson

 

Eclectic Prog

3.50 | 141 ratings

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4 stars Heaven and Earth by King Crimson ALIAS ProjeKct X.

Fripp is CRAZY. And that is great because SO AM I.

I understand his music, its mood, its structure. I also enjoy it.

I`ve been listening this album for a while and I decided to review it because there is only one comment....... thas is not enough to encourage people to buy this record. Here I go: IT`S AMAZING!!!!!!!! I won`t compare this CD with others because I found here another style. another kind of music, another mood, structure.

There were sometimes when I felt like in outer space listening to it...... I felt like if I were in a SCI FI movie or something.. and there were other times when I could feel the anger, the Heavy metal, the hard sound. "Demolition" reminded me of Lark`s tongue "The bussines of pleasure" reminded me of neurotica "Side window" Well, I`ve never heard KC play something like that and this feeling happens with other songs too

Give this one a chance, KC fan.... You won`t regret it

And for the one who hasn`t heard KC yet, do not start with this one, you won`t understand it.

Once again thanks for reading and remember: SORRY ABOUT MY ABD ENGLISH

Adiós

12212112 | 4/5 |

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