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King Crimson: Starless

Album Review

Hot on the heels of The Road To Red and Larks’ Tongues In Aspic, this well-appointed, 27-disc set celebrates the third, oft-overlooked title in Crimson’s mid-70s trilogy.

If any other band were to release their third 27-disc extravaganza in as many years, the music contained within would be drowned out by anguished cries of “Enough already!”, but somehow the embarrassment of riches that King Crimson have been propelling towards us over the last few years seems both entirely appropriate and far from self-indulgent.

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