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King Crimson


Eclectic Prog

4.42 | 2818 ratings

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5 stars I normally simply submit my overall rating and do not submit my guttural and (as music will have it) emotional perspectives.......However, I have felt ( and I usually think) for a long time that this true masterpiece of 'progressivity' (I know, not a word) has had some drag or, unfortunately, some musical stigma that has inhibited its true place in the progressive 'overall' genre. Therefore, if I may indulge the reader, (lest you have already fled for a more tangible and focused review/perspective (most likely below or above me by now)), I have not seen , felt, heard, or experienced a quintessential; masterpiece similar to this in quite some time, and I, unfortunately, only discovered this piece several years ago - -- despite growing up as a young American in the early 70's in Europe and being ensconced in the purest and and true evolution of rock related music...............Highly recommended for all with an open mind and evolving appreciation of the greatness of music.
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