Re: Any King Crimson Fans in the House? Well I checked out In The Court Of The Crimson King this morning. It was a journey (as progressive is supposed to be) but I'd be lying it I said I didn't get lost along the journey on parts of it. I wouldn't say I'm a listener who has a low attention span at all but anyway, it was a real funky beginning and then it really slows down on I Talk to the Wind which I don't really understand the transition. That song was o.k. but it took me out of it and then the Pink Floyd like "Epitaph" brought me back. Actually "Epitaph" was the highlight of the album for me and it made more sense as a follower in that it started out slow like the prior song but started build into something bigger. "Moonchild" I admit is just not for me. It's like with The Mars Volta, I like when they get to the meat of there sounds but when they have the non-musical intros with the same abrasive noises over and over I don't dig it. It's more musical in "Moonchild" admittedly but that section from 2:30 on just is not my style at all. Parts of it lure me in like the melody at the 9 minute mark but the whole doesn't. I get that it's artsy but I like art until it crosses the line where it's not really aesthetically pleasing. I hope that doesn't sound like a dig against the artist. It's more what I try to get out of music against in relation to what they are doing. "In The Court of the Crimson King" is a great closer and is a bright spot for me. At this point, that is the most familiar sounding song as to what I've heard before but I appreciate the familiarity after the previous song. In fact, the more I hear it the more I like that track. Not a bad album despite the small criticisms I gave. Besides that might change with more listens.