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King Crimson


Eclectic Prog

3.27 | 1075 ratings

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1 stars A "Beat" part two. Nothing different here... mostly boring music with very few highlights on the album. The opener "Three Of A Perfect Pair" is a very groovy song - one of the most enjoyable songs here. "Model Man" and "Man With An Open Heart" make up the cheezy part of the album. "Sleepless" is a great pop/rock song - people hate this one, but I tend to love it. The beautiful "Nuages (That Which Passes, Passes Like Clouds)" is maybe the only reason to buy this album. This awesome sounscape will prefigure the beautiful music that will be on Robert Fripp's masterpiece "A Blessing Of Tears". The last four songs are really unremarkable - "Industry" is one of those experimental instrumentals, "Dig Me" is simply horrible, "No Warning" is another improv and for "Larks' Tongues In Aspic Part III"... weren't two parts already enough?

Rating: 51/100

zaxx | 1/5 |


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