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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
1972 – 1974

King Crimson 1972-74 includes Red (a favourite album of Kurt Cobain), Larks’ Tongues In Aspic and Starless And Bible Black (first time on vinyl in this remixed form). The LP box includes the 40th anniversary version that were remixed by King of King Crimson Robert Fripp and Steven Wilson. Pressed on 200g vinyl and features a 24 page booklet.
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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
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
Discipline

Discipline was King Crimson’s eighth album. It was originally released in 1981 following a baron seven year stretch from the band. Guitar noodler extraordinaire, Robert Fripp was the only original member left by this point, however, former Yes drummer, Bill Bruford remained from previous recordings. Tony Levin played his weird bass, and one time Frank Zappa and David Bowie collaborator, Adrian Belew took on guitar and vocal duties. Reissue 200g vinyl LP on DGM/Panegyric.
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