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STARLESS AND BIBLE BLACK

King Crimson

 

Eclectic Prog

3.88 | 1172 ratings

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nisandzic
5 stars What a fantastic record! Who writed that it isn't enjoyable to listen? It is true that it might take you long time before getting in this precious work, and that listener needs to be prepared good for listening this masterpiece. King Crimson is so interesting and chalenging because this fact. Composition Fracture really impresed me deep. Very inteligent work, masterpiece of progressive rock instrumentals. I must admit that Lament is my least favourite King Crimson song, but it is setled in good place, in this fantastic album. Here we got many nice and powerful rock playing, excelent and strong guitar, not to mention the best bass of all times! Fripp makes really crazy powerfull sound here, and bass is strong and the best of all King Crimson albums. Weird tracks structure makes me even more on this. That is what innovative music should be:weird and beautiful. Really unique combination of guitar-bass-drums action with not even one weak minute. Just be sure your volume is high while listening this!
nisandzic | 5/5 |

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