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King Crimson


Eclectic Prog

3.96 | 886 ratings

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1 stars The Power to Believe is a very hard rock and metal inspired King Crimson that most people don't really enjoy. I definitely don't enjoy this album much either. The sound here ranges from goofy, to MTV alternative metal, to just boring slow-riffed hard rock. One thing that seems to stand out about this album is that nearly every song seems to have the same alt-metal riff, sometimes with small variations. "Eyes Wide Open" and "Dangerous Curves" are what I consider to be the best tracks on the album, mostly being calmer electronic-based tracks.

If you're looking for great modern King Crimson music, skip this and go to ProjeKct X or Space Groove.

colorofmoney91 | 1/5 |


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