Live In Japan

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Iceni
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Progressive Rock
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Fri, 2010-11-12 15:08
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Un concierto excelente de estos ex King Crimson con nuevo cantante muy parecido a Greg Lake. Interpretan temas de KC de sus tres primeros discos. El sonido es excelente y la calidad interpretativa igual o mejor que aquel vinilo original. 100% recomendado a los amantes del rock sinfonico progresivo. Mas de 70 minutos de clasicos del rock. Hugo Castro Salinas. Santiago de Chile.
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Fri, 2010-11-12 15:08
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Un concierto excelente de estos ex King Crimson con nuevo cantante muy parecido a Greg Lake. Interpretan temas de KC de sus tres primeros discos. El sonido es excelente y la calidad interpretativa igual o mejor que aquel vinilo original. 100% recomendado a los amantes del rock sinfonico progresivo. Mas de 70 minutos de clasicos del rock. Hugo Castro Salinas. Santiago de Chile.
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