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.
Limited Vinyl LP £18.49 KCLLP7
200g vinyl LP on Panegyric, cut by Jason Mitchell at Loud Mastering. Limited edition of 2000 copies.
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