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Tom Petty The Live Anthology 5.1 Blu-ray.
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In Quad from The Early Years Box Set
 

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Dirt roads out on the ranch...
Got guard dogs watchin' my plants...
Got moonshine up in the glass ... :cool:
 

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I can only do a disc every other day or so or I'll OD on KC.
 

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Holy shit, 27 discs?!?! And it only covers 2 years?!?!!!!

King Crimson has been putting out these massive sets for some time.

Larks' Tongues in Aspic 40th Anniversary Box Set - 15 discs
On And Off The Road - 19 discs
Starless - 27 discs
The Road To Red - 24 discs
Thrak Box - 16 discs
5 more box sets of 4-6 discs
 

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King Crimson has been putting out these massive sets for some time.

Larks' Tongues in Aspic 40th Anniversary Box Set - 15 discs
On And Off The Road - 19 discs
Starless - 27 discs
The Road To Red - 24 discs
Thrak Box - 16 discs
5 more box sets of 4-6 discs

That's insanity.
 

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I can only do a disc every other day or so or I'll OD on KC.

I'm not sure whether to be ashamed or not, but I had no clue who King Crimson was :( I listened to King Crimson Starless, which then led me to listen to David Gilmour (which I really enjoy), to now watching this BBC documentary on him:

 

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I'm not sure whether to be ashamed or not, but I had no clue who King Crimson was :(

Like Frank Zappa they are an acquired taste. Easily the second most influential progressive rock band behind Pink Floyd except that they are still out there progressing semi-regualarly. I easily have over 250 of their discs (CD,DVD,Blu-ray) Not separate albums just total discs.
 

bfreebern

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Like Frank Zappa they are an acquired taste. Easily the second most influential progressive rock band behind Pink Floyd except that they are still out there progressing semi-regualarly. I easily have over 250 of their discs (CD,DVD,Blu-ray) Not separate albums just total discs.

I loved the song Starless and thjey sure remind me of Pink Floyd, just for the simple fact that they're both that progressive/acid/aren't scared to add so many different sounds, to their songs. I wish I was half as talented as those members. I have yet to be able to play an instrument, but that's next on my list.......to learn the guitar with my 12 yr old. We'll see how it goes.
 

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I'm not sure whether to be ashamed or not, but I had no clue who King Crimson was :( I listened to King Crimson Starless, which then led me to listen to David Gilmour (which I really enjoy), to now watching this BBC documentary on him:

You should be very, very ashamed.

Doc
 
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