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8 thoughts on “ The Devils Triangle - King Crimson - In The Wake Of Poseidon (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. The Devil’s Triangle is an epic, minute soundscape that encompasses just a few moments of The Court of the Crimson King in it, but thankfully mostly stands on itself instead of becoming a fourth copy/5.
  2. THE DEVIL'S TRIANGLE happens to be the same title as the name of a composition -- 11 minutes in length on album -- that Fripp penned for his King Crimson without Ian McDonald album "In the Wake of Poseidon" that he regards these days with some disdain.
  3. Pressed on gram vinyl. Originally begun in by Steven Wilson & Robert Fripp for King Crimson's 40th anniversary, a series of new mixes were prepared in both stereo & 5. 1 formats & issued as CD/DVD-a sets. The CD/DVD-A series also provided the catalyst for the larger scale King Crimson boxed sets as issued from onwards.
  4. BRIEF SUMMARYThis was King Crimson’s second album after Court of the Crimson King and only contained half of the original group. Pete Sinfield dominated the lyric writing and Greg Lake the vocals (prior to his departure to set up ELP). The album is darker than ‘Court of’ but is more poetic with more beautiful arrangements than the original, although it still retains that stark urgency.
  5. In The Wake Of Poseidon is occasionally dismissed as one of King Crimson's lesser albums of the 's, and it doesn't really get the credit it truly deserves, especially when the band went off to write several remarkable albums after it/5.
  6. The albums from the box set - featuring the 40th anniversary Steven Wilson & Robert Fripp* mixes - now available in limited editions as separate titles on g vinyl. King Crimson's second studio album was a worthy successor to the band's astonishing debut. (*Devil’s Triangle features in.
  7. May 21,  · “The Devil’s Triangle” was a capitulation by King Crimson after they were barred from using their rendition of Gustav Holst ’s “Mars, The Bringer of War,” the opening movement of The Planets, on the album.
  8. Dec 28,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the PR Vinyl release of In The Wake Of Poseidon on Discogs/5().

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