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Saturday, 25 June 2011
King Crimson - Red 
King Crimson are no strangers to variation and experimentation, and although this (the last album of their "classic" period) had a similar sound to their previous album ("Starless and Bible Black"), it would prove to be a very different listening experience, containing layered guitar overdubs, and only one live recording.
The album starts off with the title track, a guitar-driven instrumental, and only gets better. For me, the highlight of the album is "One More Red Nightmare", with a catchy verse and excellent solo from Mr. Fripp.