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King Crimson


Eclectic Prog

4.43 | 298 ratings

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4 stars A curious thing is that when i bought this album the printing in the CDs was wrong in the cd #1 was the picture of the cd#2 and vice-verse. Those days I had little knowledge about King Crimson, and a friend told me that this band is his fav (he likes cool music), so I decided to buy an album and this was the one I chose, kinda randomnly, and luckly i did right. Well, after hearing the complete album I started with a very good perception of CRIM, and I loved their sound, is so much alike Rush (which I had already heard a million times). Really good selection. Later I downloaded some songs that come in this album but in studio. I compared. They sound very alike. This means that King Crimson is a real band, because any band that cant play live isnt a band.
juancarlos_gmg | 4/5 |


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