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King Crimson


Eclectic Prog

4.12 | 1944 ratings

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5 stars The third work that replaces member excluding Robert Flipp and Peter Sinfield and is produced. Merotoron and the wind instrument were multiused, and the kneaded music group had the surprise and was received more precisely than the first inviting guests of the number more than the former work 'In the Waken of Poseidon' at that time. The quality of music is not inferior to other works high though the attempt to unite various elements like classics and the contemporary music and jazz, etc. might give a loose impression if it sees as the entire album. It is a reason loved as unique existence in their works. The best Big name is John Anderson in the guest. A big role is played to the construction of the outlook on the world in the title tune.
braindamage | 5/5 |


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