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King Crimson ‎– Radical Action (To Unseat The Hold Of Monkey Mind) [2016]

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King Crimson ‎– Radical Action (To Unseat The Hold Of Monkey Mind) [2016]

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 	Mainly Metal
CD1-1 	Larks' Tongues In Aspic Part One 	
CD1-2 	Radical Action (To Unseat The Hold Of Monkey Mind) I 	
CD1-3 	Meltdown 	
CD1-4 	Radical Action II 	
CD1-5 	Level Five 	
CD1-6 	The Light Of Day 	
CD1-7 	The Hell Hounds Of Krim 	
CD1-8 	The ConstruKction Of Light 	
CD1-9 	The Talking Drum 	
CD1-10 	Larks' Tongues In Aspic Part Two 
	Easy Money Shots
CD2-1 	Peace 	
CD2-2 	Pictures Of A City 	
CD2-3 	Banshee Legs Bell Hassle 	
CD2-4 	Easy Money 	
CD2-6 	Suitable Grounds For The Blues 	
CD2-7 	Interlude 	
CD2-8 	The Letters 	
CD2-9 	Sailor's Tale 	
CD2-10 	Scarcity Of Miracles 
	Crimson Classics
CD3-1 	Red 	
CD3-2 	One More Red Nightmare 	
CD3-3 	Epitaph 	
CD3-4 	Starless 	
CD3-5 	Devil Dogs Of Tessellation Row 	
CD3-6 	In The Court Of The Crimson King 	
CD3-7 	21st Century Schizoid Man

John Armitage 	Guitar 
Jason Birnie 	Drums
Biff Blumfumgagne 	Flute, Guitar, Saxophone 
Mel Collins 	Flute, Saxophone 
Robert Fripp 	Guitar, Keyboards
Gavin Harrison 	Drums
Jakko M. Jakszyk 	Guitar, Vocals 
Tony Levin 	Bass
Pat Mastelotto 	Drums 
Bill Rieflin 	Drums, Keyboards
Michele Russotto 	Bass, Drums 


When it comes to quality live material, there's never been a better time to be a King Crimson fan than the 2010s. In addition to the exhaustive 40th anniversary boxes, there have been multiple releases from the 2014-2015 seven-piece band culminating with Radical Action to Unseat the Hold of Monkey Mind, a set that features every song performed on the tour in excellent audio and video quality.

The vast majority of the set was recorded in Japan, with other shows filling in on the songs that weren't performed there. Every show was recorded in high-quality audio and video with a multi-camera shoot, so there's no difference in quality. While the band doesn't improvise as extensively as they have in the past, a comparison of the solos shows that they aren't phoning in their performances, either. The Blu-Ray presents the show (mostly) as it happened from beginning to end. The cameras were in fixed positions (for minimal distraction) but they effectively capture all the action. Sometimes the superimposed shots get a bit dense as they try to show as much musical action as possible, but on the whole, the footage and direction are excellent. You even see Robert Fripp smiling at times! If you just want to experience the show without the visuals, there's an option for that on the Blu-ray version.

The CDs dispense with the running order of the show (and the audience!) in favor of slightly arbitrary thematic groupings: "Mostly Metal," "Easy Money Shots," and "Crimson Classics." These are different mixes than those on the Blu-ray set, specifically for audio-only. The different mixes and running order provide a different feeling to the sets, but both are equally powerful. This band is a juggernaut and hearing them tackle not just the '70s repertoire they hadn't performed in decades, but some '90s tracks as well, is something fans could not have dreamed of at the turn of the century. Rarely has a band that's been around for 45-plus years sounded so vital. This is essential for fans. ---Sean Westergaard, AllMusic Review

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