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King Crimson


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3.58 | 74 ratings

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2 stars If you are a King Crimson fan - die hard one - this is an excellent box set. But if you are not but you appreciate the kind of jamming music or improvisations you might also like this set. But if you expect something like song-orientated music, this is definitely not for you. It's a bit hard for most people to accept this kind of live set which comprises mainly free flow music and practically no song is presented. However, if in the live set of King Crimson like "Heavy ConstruKction" you appreciate tracks like "Improv: Munchen" you might enjoy the music presented here. For me personally I purchased this box set merely I was so impressed with the cover artwork. Indeed, inside each CD sleeves there are dozens of wonderful artwork with similar style and nuance. I love this box set very much - it's artistically incredible! As for the music itself I enjoy this set because it helps me understands the subtleties of each musicians styles and sounds. Right after enjoying this set usually I spin other KC albums to get it compared on song orientated set. As far as giving opinion, I have to be fair with general people which might possibly consider this album is a nonsense - nothing in it. But frankly, this is not bad at all. To make it the best opinion I would give this box set worth for completionist - two stars rating. Keep on proggin' ..!

Peace on earth and mercy mild - GW

Gatot | 2/5 |


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