King Crimson Vinyl, CD & tapes by King Crimson at Norman Records

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King Crimson
Larks' Tongues In Aspic (remix)

Larks Tongues’ in Aspic is the 5th album by King Crimson, originally released in 1973. It was the first album to feature Bill Bruford, David Cross, John Wetton and Jamie Muir. Here we have a vinyl edition of the remix by Robert Fripp and Steven Wilson that was originally released on vinyl as part of a box set in 2018.
  • Vinyl LP (KCLLP5)
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  • King Crimson

King Crimson
Larks' Tongues In Aspic (alt takes/mixes)

As part of Robert Fripp and Steven Wilson's long term re-badge of the King Crimson back catalogue comes the alternate takes version of their legendary Lark's Tongue In Aspic album originally released in 1973. These versions were only previously available on a CD/DVD and later a vinyl box set so this is their debut appearance as a separate vinyl release.
  • Vinyl LP (KCLLP11)
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  • King Crimson

King Crimson
In The Wake Of Poseidon (remix)

In the years before Robert Fripp spent his days cavorting alongside wife Toyah Wilcox on a series of legend destroying lockdown videos, he was working with fellow prog head Steven Wilson on a long term project to remix some of his legendary King Crimson work. It has seen the light of day on a CD/DVD and vinyl box set but this is the first time they have been released on vinyl as limited albums. Here is 1970's In The Wake Of Poseidon in a limited edition of 2000 copies. 
  • Vinyl LP (KCLLP2)
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  • Limited edition
  • Last copy
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  • King Crimson

King Crimson
Red (remix)

Red by King Crimson was originally released in 1974. It is their seventh album. In 2009 Crimson main man Robert Fripp and prog enthusiast and musician Steven Wilson set about remastering the band’s back catalogue for CD. Fans have been dying to see these on vinyl so a vinyl box set was released in 2018, now they're being released as stand alone albums. Red is one of King Crimson’s best albums, and with the prog-metal crunch of the title track and the beautiful Starless being two highlights it’s easy to see why. It's the final album of a trilogy that also featured Larks' Tongues in Aspic and Starless & Bible Black.
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  • King Crimson

King Crimson
USA (Expanded Edition)

USA was King Crimson's 1975 live album which documented their live show at Asbury Park, New Jersey the previous year. It has been remixed by Robert Fripp and Steven Wilson as part of a wider campaign of work on the King Crimson back catalogue. Previously only available on box sets this is your change to get it on heavyweight standalone vinyl. 
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  • King Crimson

King Crimson
Lizard (remix)

Released in late 1970, Lizard was the second consecutive King Crimson album to be performed by a line-up that never actually performed live. Made immediately after the departure of Greg Lake and their only record to feature bassist/vocalist Gordon Haskell, it saw their wider commercial fortunes drop somewhat, going further down the modern jazz route than their two reputation-establishing albums, but their remarkable creativity remained intense. 
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  • King Crimson

King Crimson
Rarities (remix)

A vinyl box set of remixed King Crimson albums was released in 2018. In that box was a double LP of rarities compiled by Robert Fripp. They called it....wait for it....Rarities. The albums that featured are all being released individually and that includes this set, which will no doubt delight those who missed out on the box. 
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  • King Crimson

King Crimson
In The Court Of Crimson King (remix)

Rolling out the re-mastered re-issues of their back catalogue they recently announced to mark their 50th anniversary, King Crimson’s In The Court Of The Crimson King is a key milestone in the evolution of progressive rock whose reputation outlasts the somewhat dented one of that genre. Boasting one of the most iconic album artworks of all time, it's now available again on heavyweight vinyl.
  • Vinyl LP (KCLLP1)
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  • Limited edition
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  • King Crimson

King Crimson
Islands (remix)

King Crimson’s fourth album, Islands, was originally released in 1971. It was the last to feature founding member and lyricist Pete Sinfield. When a Robert Fripp / Steven Wilson remix version of the album was released on CD and DVD-A in 2010, fans began to clamour for a vinyl version, a vinyl box set appeared in 2018. Now it's being re;leased as a stand alone album.
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  • King Crimson

King Crimson
In The Court of The Crimson King (An Observation By King Crimson) [50th Anniversary Edition]

A 50th anniversary edition of one of rock music’s most iconic debut albums - not least for its iconic and unsettling artwork. King Crimson’s In The Court of The Crimson King was one of the first proper visions for progressive rock, and comes on a re-mastered 2xLP package featuring alternate takes of albums tracks on disc two, or a 3xCD + Blu-Ray set. 
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  • King Crimson

King Crimson
Starless & Bible Black (remix)

Remixes of the King Crimson back catalogue by Robert Fripp and Steven Wilson were released as part of a vinyl box set in 2018. Here we have Starless and Bible Black as a stand alone released. It was their 6th album originally released in 1974. The album is a dynamic masterpiece of jazz rock and prog and the second part of a trilogy along with Larks' Tongues In Aspic and Red.
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  • King Crimson

King Crimson
Cat Food EP

'Cat Food' appeared on King Crimson's second album 'In The Wake Of Poseidon' released in 1970. That was 50 years ago. To celebrate this milestone it is being reissued with its original B-side cut, Groon as a 10” or CD EP. It also includes a live version of the title track recorded in 2019 and an alternate mix by David Singleton.
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  • King Crimson
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  • King Crimson
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  • DGM

King Crimson
In The Court of The Crimson King (An Observation By King Crimson)

In The Court of The Crimson King (An Observation by King Crimson) is an LP which deserves a place in every record collection. The cover alone gives it a presence on the shelves within the ranks of other LPs, but the real twinkling gems are, of course, the classic, heavy prog of 21st Century Schizoid Man, the delicate psychedelia of I Talk to The Wind and the epic which is The Court of The Crimson King. The vinyl weighs in at a hefty 200g but the songs are so much heavier in so many ways.
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  • King Crimson

King Crimson
1972 – 1974

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King Crimson
Red

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King Crimson
Islands

Here we are with King Crimson reissue LP no. 6 on DGM/Panegyric. Capturing Fripp & co at their most fiery, 1971's 'Islands' features heavy use of the saxophone of Mel Collins, heralding in the group's more dissonant era as a departure from their earlier bombast. All the reissue luxuries are present here - 200 gram vinyl, original sleeve print and an MP3 code for Fripp's own digital copy of the album. I'm sure he won't mind you nicking them.
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  • King Crimson
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  • DGM

King Crimson
Discipline

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