Robert Fripp   The League of Gentlemen
Release Date: 1981

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3.0 goodCimnele | March 27th 16

the vocal clips threaten that the album may be something more challenging and radical than what it is - an instrumental combo featuring Fripp's unique way of playing guitar whose basic compositions get whisked into identical pudding by his tendency to lean on those equidistant note math riffs. "Cognitive Dissonance" is at least noisy and strange, would fit on any Crimso album


4.0 excellentsleepdirt | January 9th 14

Anyone interested at all in Fripp would do well to check this out. Intstrumental dance punk is a good description. Live recordings of these guys are where it's at, but they're are hard to come by.


3.0 goodblackdog414 | February 19th 16
4.0 excellentjsegura | January 20th 16
4.0 excellentElviGemini | January 12th 16
4.0 excellentdaFigz | November 22nd 15
4.0 excellenteloimayano | July 29th 15
3.5 greatKoster Wojciechowski | November 22nd 14
4.0 excellentYeah, but you're damaging Ween's average in the process. | August 7th 14
4.0 excellentGrandpa Seth | August 6th 14
4.0 excellentwhitefinger | February 9th 13
4.0 excellentwolfanga | February 5th 13
3.5 greatGuilherme Boldrin | September 22nd 12
2.0 poor666IMPF2112 | April 20th 12
3.0 goodBrainPie | September 24th 10
3.5 greatmrfixit | May 4th 09

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