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The 21st Century Guide to King Crimson Volume Two: 1981-2003

Label: DGM Live
Released: 2005
Track listing: CD1: In the Studio: 1981-1984: Elephant Talk; Frame by Frame; Matte Kudesai; Thela Hun Ginjeet; The Sheltering Sky; Discipline; Heartbeat; Waiting Man; Neurotica; Requiem; Three of a Perfect Pair; Sleepless. Bonus tracks 1982-2004: The King Crimson Barbershop; Form No. 1; Bude; Potato Pie; Clouds; Einstein's Relatives.

CD2: Live: 1982-1984: Entry of the Crims; Larks' Tongues in Aspic Part III (edit); Thela Hun Ginjeet; Matte Kudesai; The Sheltering Sky; Neal and Jack and Me; Indiscipline; Sartori in Tangier; Frame by Frame; Man With an Open Heart; Waiting Man; Sleepless; Three of a Perfect Pair; Discipline; Elephant Talk.

CD3: In the Studio 1995-2003: VROOOM; Coda: Marine 475; Dinosaur; Walking on Air; B'Boom; THRAK; Fearless and Highly THRaKked; Sex Sleep Eat Drink Dream; Radio II; The Power to Believe I; Level Five; Eyes Wide Open; EleKtrik; Facts of Life: Intro; Facts of Life; The Power to Believe II; Happy With What You Have to Be Happy With; The Power to Believe III; The Power to Believe IV.

CD4: Live: 1994-2003: VROOOM VROOOM; Neurotica; Prism (abridged); One Time; Larks Tongues in Aspic: Part IV; ProzaKc Blues; The ConstruKction of Light; FraKctured; The World's My Oyster Soup Kitchen Floor Wax Museum; Sus-tayn-Z (ProjeKct Two); X-chanyn-jiZ (ProjeKct Two); The Deception of the Thrush; 2 ii 3 (ProjeKct One).

ARTICLE: EXTENDED ANALYSIS

The 21st Century Guide to King Crimson Volume Two: 1981-2003

Read "The 21st Century Guide to King Crimson Volume Two: 1981-2003" reviewed by John Kelman

While Robert Fripp--erstwhile leader and only remaining member of the group that literally shook the foundations of the rock world in 1969 with In the Court of the Crimson King (Discipline Global Mobile)-- rankles at those who call the continually evolving band King Crimson a progressive rock band, what band better fits the term progressive?


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