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King Crimson


Eclectic Prog

3.28 | 1191 ratings

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3 stars The last of the 3 works from the "80's" version of King Crimson. A continuation of the new- wavy type of sound that began with DISCIPLINE and BEAT. While many progressive fans don't like this version of King Crimson, it is still pretty good music, and is way better than most music that was pushed out during this lame decade. And, in comparison to BEAT it is a huge improvement. The melodies are more complex and memorable, the songs are more interesting, and their are less "filler" songs. Highlights are the title track, "Industry", "Dig Me", and "Sleepless". I can easily give this 3 stars, but, sadly, no more than that. Maybe equal to about DISCIPLINE or THE CONSTRUKTION OF LIGHT.
mohaveman | 3/5 |


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