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King Crimson: Thrak

Album Review

After Red, Starless, and Larks’ Tongues, another Crimson classic gets the deluxe treatment, but could this 16-disc limited edition box be the most imaginative and substantial to date?

Emerging amid whispers that quite a few devoted King Crimson fans are still painstakingly wading through the last few embarrassments of riches unearthed by Robert Fripp, this 20th anniversary return to the band’s explosive mid-90s incarnation may appear to be a slightly less momentous event than the boxed treasures of Red, Starless And Bible Black and Larks’ Tongues In Aspic.


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