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King Crimson - In The Court Of The Crimson King album download
Performer: King Crimson
Title: In The Court Of The Crimson King
Country: UK
Genre: Rock
Style:Prog Rock
Released: 2010
MP3 album szie: 1364 mb
FLAC album size: 1841 mb

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In the Court of the Crimson King (subtitled An Observation by King Crimson) is the debut album from the English rock band King Crimson, released on 10 October 1969 on Island Records in England and Atlantic Records in America. The album is one of the first and most influential of the progressive rock genre, where the band largely combined blues influences that rock music was founded upon with elements of jazz, classical, and symphonic music.

The album cover features The Schizoid Man and the one inside The Crimson King. In the Court of the Crimson King " Track Info. In the Court of the Crimson King King Crimson. 1. 21st Century Schizoid Man. 2. I Talk to the Wind. 5. The Court of the Crimson King. In the Court of the Crimson King.

The Court of the Crimson King. The Court of the Crimson King" is the fifth and final track from the British progressive rock band King Crimson's debut album, In the Court of the Crimson King. Also released as a single, it reached on the Billboard Hot 100 charts. Along with "Heartbeat", it is one of the band's only two charting singles in the United States.

King Crimson play London's Albert Hall on the 18, 19 and 20th of June 2019. Tickets are on sale now. It’s mid-August, 1969. Magic and King Crimson never seemed to be far apart during 1969. Even before they had played a proper gig there was an expectant buzz doing the rounds about the monstrous sounds emanating from the band’s rehearsal room in the cellar of a café on Fulham Palace Road in west London. The unrelenting pace of Crimson’s life on the road began to take its toll once the band arrived in the USA as the album entered the Top 20 there. In the midst of a kaleidoscopic American travelogue that covered the vast coast to coast distances, Michael Giles and Ian McDonald, homesick, lovesick and beginning to find the hectic pace more than they could handle, both decided to quit the band at the end of the tour.

King Crimson's debut album - In The Court Of The Crimson King (1969). Tracklist: 1. 21st Century Schizoid Man 2. I Talk To The Wind 3. Epitaph 4. Moonchild 5. People looking for the tab of the song "The Court Of The Crimson King", it's towards the bottom. EmEm DD The fate of all mankind I see AmAm BB Is in the hands of fools. EmEm DD The wall on which the prophets wrote AmAm BB Is cracking at the seams. EmEm DD Upon the instruments of death AmAm BB The sunlight brightly gleams. EmEm DD When every man is torn apart AmAm BB With nightmares and with dreams, EmEm DD Will no one lay the laurel wreath AmAm BB When silence drowns the screams. EmEm BmBm Confusion will be my epitaph.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 21st Century Schizoid Man (Including Mirrors)
Written-By – Lake*, McDonald*, Giles*, Sinfield*, Fripp*
A2 I Talk To The Wind
Written-By – McDonald*, Sinfield*
A3 Epitaph (Including (A) March For No Reason (B) Tomorrow And Tomorrow)
Written-By – Lake*, McDonald*, Giles*, Sinfield*, Fripp*
B1 Moonchild (Including (A) The Dream (B) The Illusion)
Written-By – Lake*, McDonald*, Giles*, Sinfield*, Fripp*
B2 The Court Of The Crimson King (Including (A) The Return Of The Fire Witch (B) The Dance Of The Puppets)
Written-By – McDonald*, Sinfield*

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Wessex Sound Studios
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Robert Fripp
  • Copyright (c) – Robert Fripp
  • Produced For – E.G. Productions
  • Distributed By – Panegyric
  • Distributed By – Inner Knot
  • Published By – UMG Music Publishing Ltd.
  • Lacquer Cut At – Loud Mastering

Credits

  • Bass Guitar, Lead Vocals – Greg Lake
  • Cover, Artwork [Download Card] – Barry Godber
  • Drums, Percussion, Vocals – Michael Giles
  • Engineer – Robin Thompson
  • Engineer [Assistant] – Tony Page
  • Guitar – Robert Fripp
  • Keyboards, Mellotron, Woodwind, Vibraphone [Vibes], Reeds, Vocals – Ian McDonald
  • Lacquer Cut By – Jonz*
  • Producer – King Crimson
  • Technician [Equipment] – Dik*, Vick*
  • Words By, Other [Illumination] – Peter Sinfield

Notes

Produced for E.G. Productions, 'David & John'.

The original 1969 stereo mix pressed on 200-gram super-heavyweight vinyl, newly cut from masters approved by Robert Fripp.
℗ & © 2010 Robert Fripp.
Made in England.

Some copies include a download code for a 320 kbps transfer of the original 1969 pressing.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text, sticker): 6 33367 91111 7
  • Barcode (Compact text, sticker): 633367911117
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, etched): KC LP 1 A-1 JONZ LOUD
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, etched): KC LP 1 B-1 JONZ LOUD

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
ILPS 9111, ILPS-9111 King Crimson In The Court Of The Crimson King (An Observation By King Crimson) ‎(LP, Album) Island Records, Island Records ILPS 9111, ILPS-9111 UK 1969
EGKCC 1 King Crimson In The Court Of The Crimson King ‎(Cass, Album, RE, Dol) Editions EG EGKCC 1 US Unknown
ILPS 9111, ILPS-9111 King Crimson In The Court Of The Crimson King (An Observation By King Crimson) ‎(LP, Album, RP) Island Records, Island Records ILPS 9111, ILPS-9111 UK 1970
SD 8245 King Crimson In The Court Of The Crimson King (An Observation By King Crimson) ‎(LP, Album, Promo, Mon) Atlantic SD 8245 US 1969
CIR 15013, ZCIR 15013 King Crimson In The Court Of The Crimson King (An Observation By King Crimson) ‎(Cass, Album, RE, Cre) Island Records, Island Records CIR 15013, ZCIR 15013 UK Unknown

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 21st Century Schizoid Man (Including: Mirrors)
Written-By – Lake*, McDonald*, Giles*, Sinfield*, Fripp*
A2 I Talk To The Wind
Written-By – McDonald*, Sinfield*
Epitaph
Written-By – Lake*, McDonald*, Giles*, Sinfield*, Fripp*
A3a March For No Reason
A3b Tomorrow And Tomorrow
Moonchild
Written-By – Lake*, McDonald*, Giles*, Sinfield*, Fripp*
B1a The Dream
B1b The Illusion
The Court Of The Crimson King
Written-By – McDonald*, Sinfield*
B2a The Return Of The Fire Witch
B2b The Dance Of The Puppets

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – E.G. Records Ltd.
  • Published By – E.G. Music Ltd.
  • Marketed By – Virgin
  • Produced For – E.G. Records Ltd.
  • Recorded At – Wessex Sound Studios
  • Copyright (c) – E.G. Music Ltd.

Credits

  • Bass Guitar, Lead Vocals – Greg Lake
  • Cover – Barry Godber
  • Drums, Percussion, Vocals – Michael Giles
  • Engineer – Robin Thompson
  • Engineer [Assistant] – Tony Page
  • Guitar – Robert Fripp
  • Producer – King Crimson
  • Reeds, Woodwind, Keyboards, Mellotron, Vocals, Vibraphone [Vibes] – Ian McDonald
  • Words By, Other [Illumination] – Peter Sinfield

Notes

3 panel inlay printed to one side only. Black CRO² 120µs cassette with on-body print.

King Crimson - In The Court Of The Crimson King (An Observation By King Crimson) is almost identical but the cassette shell is different.

[Inlay]
An Observation by KING CRIMSON"

Published by EG Music Ltd.
℗ 1969 EG Records Ltd.

E'G
Marketed by Virgin"

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 012985 300148

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
ILPS 9111, ILPS-9111 King Crimson In The Court Of The Crimson King (An Observation By King Crimson) ‎(LP, Album) Island Records, Island Records ILPS 9111, ILPS-9111 UK 1969
EGKCC 1 King Crimson In The Court Of The Crimson King ‎(Cass, Album, RE, Dol) Editions EG EGKCC 1 US Unknown
ILPS 9111, ILPS-9111 King Crimson In The Court Of The Crimson King (An Observation By King Crimson) ‎(LP, Album, RP) Island Records, Island Records ILPS 9111, ILPS-9111 UK 1970
SD 8245 King Crimson In The Court Of The Crimson King (An Observation By King Crimson) ‎(LP, Album, Promo, Mon) Atlantic SD 8245 US 1969
CIR 15013, ZCIR 15013 King Crimson In The Court Of The Crimson King (An Observation By King Crimson) ‎(Cass, Album, RE, Cre) Island Records, Island Records CIR 15013, ZCIR 15013 UK Unknown
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Reviews: (73)
Katius
Katius
Clean, silent and sound quality is really good! highly recommend to get this pressing, if you don't want to spend high amounts of money on an original.
GEL
GEL
My copy of this record sounds incredible. One of the best sounding pressings in my collection so far! One section that has a bit of a pop but it doesn’t stick around for long. Overall absolutely love the sound!
Damand
Damand
My copy is outstandiing. It may be the best buy I have ever made!
Endieyab
Endieyab
I once had to take an aviation/operational risk management class as aircrew in the Air Force in the early 2000s. The course booklet had on one page, “Confusion will be my epitaph” - King Crimson (prob a section about crew comms or something). I remember being so excited about that. Not one officer or fellow airmen knew what the heck I was going on about and why I was so stoked that that was in an otherwise dry military handbook.
Shezokha
Shezokha
Yes! This sounds great. Even better than the original Pink Island UK copy that sells for big bucks in my humble opinion. You can hear the 'personal supervision' of Robert Fripp in the mix. Love it. No pops and crackle on mine. Just fine warm analogue stereo with things popping in and out of the mix that I had never noticed before. levels are set just right, with no distortion on the loud bits and the crescendos, without sacrificing the original dynamics. Just goes to show that when new vinyl manufacturers have half a mind to make something decent they really can make 'something decent.'
Hiylchis
Hiylchis
My copy is pop/crackle free. Super flat and the bass is outstanding on this pressing. Sad to see some people get most of the duds since this pressing is great. I guess I got lucky this time on this record. I talk to the wind is definitely a stand out on this pressing.Oh and my copy did not come with a digital code.
Zulurr
Zulurr
After i read all the comments about pops on here I had to give the record another listen to double check. What i found is:Not a single Pop in the whole record. Some very minor crackling in quieter passages and some general hiss, which seems to be tape hiss. That said, I'm listening with a very good stereo and an Ortofon black cartridge. I'm also very sensible to pops and clicks. Overall nothing that would diminish my listening experience. Search until you find a good copy, they are out there! :D Mine didn't come with a download card as far as I remember btw.
Folsa
Folsa
Crackles all the time and also has several locked grooves. Really bad pressing.
Landamath
Landamath
Tried three other versions (one original and a few other reissues) with limited success - gave up the hunt and got this. Glad to finally have a copy with the necessary quietness to really enjoy the album.
Honeirsil
Honeirsil
I have 1 , but unluckied that there is a crack (not scratch) 3mm long, I destroyed it and hope to find good one.question that why mistake LPs vinyl in the factory they can be exited the market.
Jerdodov
Jerdodov
Confusion will be my epitaph! Read all the reviews on this 2010 vinyl reissue and you’ll get a feeling that something strange is going on. I have purchased this 200g version FIVE times from sellers in five different countries just to try and find a good pressing. The first four all had irritating pops in the exact same places. The frustration left me looking like that face on the cover. I was about to give up, thinking that the owners who reported noise-free copies must have been mistaken or less sensitive to such disturbances. I got the fifth one about a week ago and the popping noises were nowhere to be found! I have just compared a noisy one with the good one and the vinyl looks identical down to the etching in the deadwax. The cover of the good one has more colour to it, which is a bit strange. The difference is obvious inside the gatefold too. The text on the inside of the gatefold, the label and the sticker has been exactly the same on all five copies and none of them had the download card inside.
Enila
Enila
Is it just me or is the inner sleeve of this release much more purple than the other ones, which are blue-like?Apart from that, great sound and great quality pressing throughout.
Kanek
Kanek
Sound is so beautiful and clear on this! Would totally recommend.
Monam
Monam
First, 200 g vinyl is a gimmick. My pressing was more poppy than a Miley Cyrus concert on the first play through, especially in "I talk to the wind.' I think the pops are fading over the 2-3 plays I've done, but I've had other repressings fare better in the pop department.--Edit-- I had purchased the LP unopened, so it came from the factory sounding poppy. I decided to clean the record after my initial review, and the pops cleared out. It sounds amazing now. I've just never heard so much noise on a brand new record. The whole thing about 200 gram records being a gimmick comes back to mind again
Yla
Yla
i can distinguish 180g from 200g pretty reliably. Think about it... 180g is only 40g above usual weight. You normally will feel the 20g extra, also feel the extra thickness. :)Got this record for quite a while now and had no problems with pops and noise whatsoever.If you want to hear a noisy record then I suggest AIR - Moon Safari ... unbelievable noise.. almost as loud as the music. even after cleaning (with a professional machine in a record store in my town) not really a reduction in noise.
Jugami
Jugami
I can't even feel the difference between this 200g and 180g... but I guess only 20g of difference is barely noticeable anyway
Rare
Rare
The LP is 30.6 cm, larger than the standard 30 cm. It cannot run on my Pioneer LP-990 cause it touches the arm support on the side.
Gajurus
Gajurus
Picked mine up today and sounded absolutely amazing, and this was listening through headphones. Also, the version I bought 'does not' have a download card, So, I wonder if the popped sounding copies had the download card? I always recommend investing in a record cleaning machine as I've bought new vinyl that had pops. Once cleaned, pops went away. Also, I highly recommend this copy as this is as good as it gets!
Qudanilyr
Qudanilyr
Maybe you need a bit of luck on this one. Mine sounds spectacular apart from the first half of side two which has got a bit too many pops. Still a perfect repress.
Nagor
Nagor
99% dead silent all around, great mastering. I take it that it doesn't use Steven Wilson stereo mix, right? Did they still use the original tape rediscovered in 2004?
Gavikelv
Gavikelv
late but it's from the original stereo of 1969 debut
Bolanim
Bolanim
This pressing looks great, feels great, and sounds amazing. My copy does not come with a download card and has no obvious pops or clicks.
Acrobat
Acrobat
more pops than a bowl of ricecrispies rubbish pressing! avoid
HelloBoB:D
HelloBoB:D
delboy74 more pops than a bowl of ricecrispies rubbish pressing! avoid Clean record?
Ddilonyne
Ddilonyne
Just a fantastic reissue. Im not sure if the tracks are really the best at show off a great sound because of how intentionally distorted some of them are like 21st Century Schizoid Man, but the mastering is non the less on point. Some complain about pops but mine is pretty clean. Too bad I didnt get any extras with mine. Still a flawless product as I see it.Equipment used:Rega RP1 with base carbon cartCyrus 2 amplifierSystem Fidelity SF5030 tower speakersCustom made HQ speaker cables
Maldarbaq
Maldarbaq
KCLP1My version comes without D/L Card...Really nice 200g VinylThis is a perfect sounding Remaster ! Very well done.My pressing is very clear and wihtout any surface noise. Just perfect !
Moogura
Moogura
I compare sound between In The Court Of The Crimson King (An Observation By King Crimson) ‎(LP, Album, RE) Polydor 2302-057 UK 1977 and this record and 1977 copy the sound is poor, lost some instrument, cymbals are not clear, some effect in track A1 are lost, but in 2010 release sound is great, brilliant highs and deep bass, I love it.
MrCat
MrCat
my copy {and the first one i returned} also has very loud pops on a couple of the songs .this might be acceptable if you can find one at a budget price.
Amarin
Amarin
This pressing sounds very good, but there are some very loud pops on my copy.
Hanelynai
Hanelynai
DigitalMoonstone This pressing sounds very good, but there are some very loud pops on my copy. DigitalMoonstone This pressing sounds very good, but there are some very loud pops on my copy. mine too , on the b side first songs there are loud pops
MarF
MarF
I just recently bought this, and my copy is very excellent!! I read previous comments about this reissue having surface noise, which I was actually worried going into this given the quiet moments in some of the tracks, but thankfully my copy did not have any surface noise whatsoever. There are a few pops here and there, but overall sounds very nice! If anything, having this album on vinyl really highlights the dynamics between the different instruments both in the regular parts and improv parts of the songs!
Hatе&love
Hatе&love
Great Album, however has anyone had any issues with the size?? Mine was like 0.5mm too big for my deck :( Could just be the age of my system but never had any issues before :/
fr0mTheSkY
fr0mTheSkY
Yeah you must have a weird deck. Most high quality ones are open around the platter so even if record was 14" it would not be in the way.
grand star
grand star
I bought this record in 69, it was one of the very first for me, and to be honest too (as written below) that fantastic gatefold cover had largely motived this purchase. I didn't realize at that time I was holding in my hands a master piece of rock history. Unfortunately I no longer have the 69 original copy to compare with but that 2010 version sounds terrific to me.
Visonima
Visonima
I cannot share the enthusiasm of some other reviewers. I love the gatefold cover (the main reason why I bought this album to be honest) and the heavyness of the vinyl but my copy is warped and the surface noise is killing my listening pleasure and makes it impossible for me to listen to e.g. "Moonchild". The sound seems distorted and compressed to me. On the other hand I have no other version to compare with.
Kadar
Kadar
Seems odd that you would criticize my "album review" although I never did review the album quality but the quality of the pressing.
Kamick
Kamick
Seems odd that you would write a review of an album based upon listening to a warped copy of the vinyl. Sort of like watching an Imax movie on a black and white TV using rabbit-ear antennae and complaining about the quality of the film.
Preve
Preve
This is one of the reissues where they fixed the pressing errors of the past because they found the original master tapes in 2009 - look this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xn_OyOaBD4Q
Dangerous
Dangerous
I don't own any other version of this on vinyl so I can't compare, but for me this reissue is very good. I'm glad I bought it. Everything seems high quality and my copy is very silent throughout. Although I'm not a big King Crimson fan, this record is one of my favourite albums of all time.
Dugor
Dugor
lets resume some aspects above: i obviously have this 200gr-reissue (without postcard/download-code, = not mentioned on the sticker) from the original 200gr-copy of 2010. the cover quality "best budged": pushed from cd-size, grey/dead colors with a blue stitch, relative thin paper/card. ma copy has production failure on A1 and B1: minimal pits/immersions at beginnings making 3-4 "blubs" (=> is this also on other copies?), rest clean pressing/playing. sound mixing similar style to hendrix-reissues with higher/clearer drums. i dont have older/originals from usa/uk or the original 200gr from 2010, but this copy has not the expecting 200gr-audiophil quality, but certainly will sound better than any copy from late 70s on....
Cktiell
Cktiell
Hi. I have the same problem at the start of side 2 also agree with you about the quality of the sleeve, not good enough for the price you pay and although it sounds good it really isn't much improvement on my copy from the 70s, a little bit let down by this.
Leceri
Leceri
I bought it for the fact that averybody says it's great. Yeah, I think it's great but I have a VG+ UK second press (1970, one of the first album I bought) and the older ... sounds really in an other way, it's much better. However, the quality of the vinyl is high, there's no noise ... but the older one has an other presence and impact, a lot more natural
Najinn
Najinn
gorillone I bought it for the fact that averybody says it's great. Yeah, I think it's great but I have a VG+ UK second press (1970, one of the first album I bought) and the older ... sounds really in an other way, it's much better. However, the quality of the vinyl is high, there's no noise ... but the older one has an other presence and impact, a lot more natural It's a very interesting information for an audiophile vinyls lover, thank you very much Mr Gorillone !
Vikus
Vikus
I have the US 2010 reissue and I have no postcard and no download code
The_NiGGa
The_NiGGa
I'm not sure why you don't have a postcard in yours if it's the 2010 release. It seems like that's just the way some companies have been doing things with their reissues. I've has the same issue with other reissues but it doesn't seem to make any sense.
Faezahn
Faezahn
Is it correct that this repress does not include a postcard and a download code like the 2010 reissue?
Ann
Ann
That's a pity. Thanks for reporting though x x x
Vishura
Vishura
update on my previous comment. apparently it is true. it does not include neither a post card or a download code. :
Tetaian
Tetaian
Not sure why I see so many people compliment the packaging here. The actual cover is pretty thin, my record seems to have bashed its way through the spine leaving a large tear. This is what happens when you put a heavy record into a cheap sleeve. This record sounds very nice, miles better than anything you'll find besides an original UK...However my copy has the loudest surface noise on side two...completely ruining the songs on that side as they are very quiet. It's seriously worse than anything I've ever experienced with a new record, and is only side two. Cleaned several times which actually seemed to make it worse, used a static gun...Again no change. Anyone else have this problem? Was very excited to get this in the mail but I think I'll have to get another copy now because the surface noise completely ruins it, and I'm not even typically that bothered by surface noise.
asAS
asAS
Yes same here. Side 2 about 5 minutes in has horrendous ripping noise that goes on for about 7 minutes - this is the quietest part of the record too! It looks like a whole batch has this same problem. I'm sending it back to Juno.
Elizabeth
Elizabeth
I have the same problem side two is full of surface noise and bips bops and all kind of noise
Risinal
Risinal
agree with you for the cover, for the record you're just not lucky, this kind of things happens sometimes, mine is well pressed.
Nalmetus
Nalmetus
Is this the same release as this one[1]? Looks identical.1. https://www.discogs.com/King-Crimson-In-The-Court-Of-The-Crimson-King/release/2496819?
Kendis
Kendis
Yes since this is a repress. they have the same matrix runout, so same mastering and pressing plant. this is just a "second" pressing of the 2010 edition. if they use again the good quality vinyl of the other one it should be terrific with no surface noise and amazing quality. buy it without doubts, sounds analogue and full. greetings
Ynneig
Ynneig
A great album. I've already got Steven Wilson's remaster of Jethro Tull's TAAB, which gave me confidence in this one. I don't think the US version comes with a download code, though. This is the version of the album you should get. The original had issues, but went missing for a while. Every repress past the original slowly screwed up the sound of the record, until you get to the early 2000s CD that are awful quality, literally quieting down at random parts in the song and such. Compared to the other copy I have (Late 70's pressing, VG/VG+ cond) this sounds amazing. The bass, guitar, and mellotron are perfectly balanced together, and the unity of King Crimson's sound comes together flawlessly. In terms of pressing, I've heard better. I'd give it an A++ for mastering, but a B for actual pressing as there was a lot of surface noise/dirt/whatever until I put it through my spin clean and let it sit in a MoFi sleeve for a couple hours, then used an eyeglass cleaning cloth to pick up the dirt from the vinyl.
sobolica
sobolica
So... is this in fact cut from the Steven Wilson master?
Ydely
Ydely
their best album ever......my favorite is the title song, unfortunately you cant listen to the whole studio version anymore on youtube :(
Beardana
Beardana
This reissue sounds fantastic and gives me total confidence all the other reissues are as good. Are they on 200 grs as well?
Kazimi
Kazimi
I think that "Red"'s production is somehow inferior than LTIA , thus the degraded sound .......
Mmsa
Mmsa
I loved the reissue of Lark Tongues aswell....Red., although still very good isnt quite as good as ITCOTCK and LTIA imo of course!
Mavivasa
Mavivasa
Yes they are.
MisterMax
MisterMax
Is there any owner of this who can tell me where to find the download code? I think it's missing, because all I got was a postcard with a picture. Should it be printed on this?
Warianys
Warianys
I'd write to the record label directly. http://www.dgmlive.com/help.htm
Gralinda
Gralinda
Hi ! Today i've bought a copy of this album and it was sealed. Then i opened it and i haven't found any postcard or download code. It's possible or it's a mistake ?
Sharpbringer
Sharpbringer
i have this and I have no 6 digit code on my postcard either, just tells me to go to the address, and when i emailed them i got no reply, anyone help? am I just being stupid?
post_name
post_name
The download code is on the reverse of the postcard. I only found about this yesterday, having bought this vinyl reissue back in 2012. it's six digits and you should go here: http://www.king-crimson.com/1969vinyl Hope this helps.
Akinonris
Akinonris
This may help. Maybe write to them and see what the deal is? http://www.dgmlive.com/help.htm
Jediathain
Jediathain
The postcard should have the info on the back.
Awene
Awene
This re-issue is by far the best copy of ITCOTCK that I own. I like its warm, clear sound. Truly a great addition to my growing audiophile recordings.
Tujar
Tujar
at last, the original master re-issue! sounds superb. compared to my UK A3/B3 palm tree copy, they opened the highs a bit, but it doesn't hurt at all - actually I tend to think this is closer to the actual master tape than the first press was! the dynamics are all in place. the packaging is top notch. another very enjoyable release from DGM - keep it up!
Prince Persie
Prince Persie
agree completely. i usually stay from reissues because of too many disappointment, high cost and that it's just no fun at all.really great job on this seminal album especially on the quiet half of side 2.having said that it still sounds like a digitized reissue in the heavy moments, kind of muddy and lacking in some bass butfor this particular record where most early represses are not that great (aside the UK ones) it certainly is worth a space on the shelf.
Grillador
Grillador
its listed as Uk & US... wich one you have?