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King Crimson|Larks' Tongues In Aspic (Expanded & Remastered Original Album Mix)

Larks' Tongues In Aspic (Expanded & Remastered Original Album Mix)

King Crimson

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Larks' Tongues In Aspic (Part I)
00:13:35

King Crimson, MainArtist

2014 Robert Fripp 2014 Robert Fripp

2
Book Of Saturday
00:02:55

King Crimson, MainArtist

2014 Robert Fripp 2014 Robert Fripp

3
Exiles
00:07:41

King Crimson, MainArtist

2014 Robert Fripp 2014 Robert Fripp

4
Easy Money
00:07:54

King Crimson, MainArtist

2014 Robert Fripp 2014 Robert Fripp

5
The Talking Drum
00:07:24

King Crimson, MainArtist

2014 Robert Fripp 2014 Robert Fripp

6
Larks' Tongues In Aspic (Part II)
00:07:19

King Crimson, MainArtist

2014 Robert Fripp 2014 Robert Fripp

7
Recording Session Extract (Part 1) [Bonus Track]
00:10:35

King Crimson, MainArtist

2014 Robert Fripp 2014 Robert Fripp

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Recording Session Extract (Part 2) [Bonus Track]
00:10:25

King Crimson, MainArtist

2014 Robert Fripp 2014 Robert Fripp

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