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King Crimson


Eclectic Prog

3.96 | 1000 ratings

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5 stars this album is one of the best KC albums ever, competing even with the best 70's albums. Every track moves into the other so perfectly and each song is like an adventure. Level Five qualifies as one of the best heavier songs KC has made, in fact id classify it as probably the most evil song i've ever heard. from the it goes to Eyes Wide Open which is such a different song than Level Five was. Then the ultra weird Elektrik, the electronic drums work very well here. I would also have to say Dangerous Curves is one of the best ones here. The rest of the album is really great and highly recommended to all.
darkshade | 5/5 |


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