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Digitally remastered and expanded two disc (CD/DVD) edition of the Prog Rock band's classic 1974 album, released to coincide with King Crimson's 40th anniversary. The CD features three extra tracks (two previously unreleased) including pre-overdub mixes of the title track and 'Fallen Angel', which illustrate perfectly why the album has been such an enduring influence. The DVD features a 5.1 DTS mix and high resolution stereo mixes plus rare performance footage of four tracks broadcast by French TV in 1974. Presented as digipak in a slipcase with new sleeve notes by Robert Fripp and King Crimson biographer Sid Smith along with rare photos and archive material.
Excellent 5.1 mix of great music.Highly recommended for all King Crimson fans.Published 1 month ago by Stan
Dark and beautiful. The tracks are perfectly written and executed. A classic for anyone that likes wild band interplay and adventurous rock'n'roll.Published 5 months ago by Tim Rutter
'Red' is not a [soundtrack] as such, as stated by Amazon Canada, although those who who grew up with this album during the mid 70's, like myself, may feel it has become part of the... Read morePublished on Oct. 9 2009 by Dighton Forest
This album is great, probley the best King Crimson album, I love it and can't stop listning to it.
Red-An awsome song that has really cool guitar riffs and strange drum fills... Read more
This is it folks, the Holy Grail of Prog. On this one perfect record, Robert Fripp simultaneously paid homage to the genre he had helped create and drove that fading style kicking... Read morePublished on June 20 2004 by William Scalzo
If you are a fan of music in general, Red by King Crimson is a must have. This was the most powerful lineup of members in my opinion. Read morePublished on May 23 2004 by Jason D. Engstrom
King Crimson broke up after recording Red in 1974, and boy they went out with a bang.
You're blown away right from the opening chords of the opening title track. Read more
The band assaults the ears with their extensive array of sounds and knocks you out. All the riffing is over-the-top in excellence. And the drums are played like riffing. Read morePublished on April 26 2004 by Say Tunne