Top King Crimson Albums
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Live At the Orpheum
Live At the Orpheum
[2015]
Red (Expanded Edition)
Red (Expanded Edition)
[1974]
Larks' Tongues In Aspic (Expanded Edition)
Larks' Tongues In Aspic (Expanded Edition)
[1973]
In the Court of the Crimson King (Expanded Edition)
In the Court of the Crimson King (Expanded Edition)
[1969]
Exiles lyricsCadence And Cascade lyricsEpitaph Including March For No Reason & Tomorrow & Tomorrow lyricsOne Time lyricsFormentera Lady lyricsHappy With What You Have To Be Happy With lyricsPeace - An End lyricsInto The Frying Pan lyricsFacts Of Life lyricsProzakc Blues lyricsDinosaur lyricsInner Garden lyricsThe Power To Believe I: A Capella lyricsPeople lyricsConstrukction Of Light lyricsThe Howler lyricsWalking On Air lyricsStarless And Bible Black lyricsMan With An Open Heart lyricsDrop In lyricsDig Me lyricsSex Sleep Eat Drink Dream lyricsTwo Hands lyricsSleepless lyricsModel Man lyricsThe Letters lyricsPictures Of A City lyricsMatte Kudasai lyricsNeal & Jack & Me lyricsFrame By Frame lyricsIn The Wake Of Poseidon lyricsPotato Pie lyricsEyes Wide Open lyricsThe Batle Of Glass Tears lyricsOne More Red Nightmare lyricsNeurotica lyricsLament lyricsLadies Of The Road lyricsIslands lyricsIndiscipline lyricsI Talk To The Wind lyricsHeartbeat lyricsFallen Angel lyrics21st Century Schizoid Man, Including Mirrors lyricsElephant Talk lyricsEasy Money lyricsCat Food lyricsStarless lyricsThe Great Deceiver lyricsThe Mincer lyricsHappy Family lyricsLizard lyricsCirkus lyricsPrince Rupert Awakes lyricsIndoor Games lyricsLady Of The Dancing Water lyricsThe Court Of The Crimson King, Including The Return Of The Fire lyricsMoonchild, Including The Dream And The Illusion lyricsEpitaph lyricsWaiting Man lyricsThree Of A Perfect Pair lyricsThela Hun Ginjeet lyricsThe Night Watch lyricsBook Of Saturday lyrics
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Related Information for King CrimsonKing Crimson are a progressive rock group from London, England, United Kingdom formed in 1968 by guitarist Robert Fripp and drummer Michael Giles. Though originally an all-British musical group, later members have included a number of Americans, most notably Adrian Belew, and Tony Levin. The name “King Crimson” was coined by Peter Sinfield as a synonym for Beelzebub, prince of demons.King Crimson’s debut album was In the Court of the Crimson King. read more