Three of a Perfect Pair

King Crimson - Three of a Perfect Pair
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Based on 2 reviews
1984 Ratings: #66 / 87
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Based on 33 ratings
1984 Ratings: #29
March 27, 1984 / Release Date
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mz
40
Of The Perfect Album.
TreyLikesBands
76
Good

I believe that this is the best of the 80s King Crimson trilogy. With a more interesting and less one dimensional tracklist, this album accomplishes what the other two were trying to do in the first place. This is the most eclectic 80s KC, with more influences coming from ambient, new wave, and progressive pop. It's an all around more enjoyable listen.

Color: Orange
FAV TRACKS: Nuages (That Which Passes, Passes Like Clouds), Three of a Perfect Pair, Man with an Open Heart, Model Man, ... read more
CheapandLethal
55
Uninspiring
Charlie99
68
King Crimson's 80's era was a very weak time for the band. After two very underwhelming and down right boring albums, "Discipline" and "Beat", King Crimson still had one more album to offer before their second hiatus. Three of a Perfect Pair is definitely the best album out of the three the band released in the 80's, however, it's still not great. It suffers on the same points as the the bands other 80's albums, boring instrumentals, strange new wave sounds and being quite ... read more
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