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  • Happy 45th anniversary!
  • Can't understand why this milestone album is so underrated. Never gonna get it, anyway
  • It's my favorite, too. I consider Starless and Bible Black to be their "best," but Lizard is my personal favorite. "Cirkus" is one of my absolute favorite Crimson songs, "Indoor Games" and "Happy Family" are both great, "Lady of the Dancing Water" is hauntingly gorgeous, the best of the group's "gentle" songs, and the title track is, as hessel-z said, one of the band's best epics. In fact I might say it's their best epic; the portion depicting a massive battle is breathtaking.
  • The more I listen to it the more I think it could be my favorite KC album. "Cirkus" is a dark and uncanny masterpiece, "Lady of the Dancing Water" is the most beautiful tune the band ever produced and the title track is one of the band's best epics, I also like the vocal parts with Jon Anderson a lot. I love the jazz influence in this album and it works out perfectly in every song, imo.
  • I have several different versions of this album and Steven Wilson's remix is by far the best to my ears. It's such a shame that so many people are scared off by the lukewarm/bad reviews written about this album by the music press because it's really one of King Crimson's best and most adventurous albums, which is saying something given the propensity of the various Crimson iterations to experiment, improvise and -- yes -- progress. It's like some sort of Medieval Jazz/Rock Fusion with a dollop of Bartók thrown in for good measure. I love every track on here. As CoryellsGhost said, "Cirkus" and "Lizard" are real standouts, though.
  • criminally underrated
  • This is excellent. One of their best.
  • underrated, love the title song
  • Accuses someone of verbal masturbation > makes a four comment rant about masterings

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