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EleKtrik: Live in Japan

EleKtrik: Live in Japan
Live album by King Crimson
Released 2003
Recorded Recorded at Kouseinenkin Kaikan, Tokyo, Japan, April 16, 2003
Genre Progressive rock
Label Discipline Global Mobile
Producer King Crimson
King Crimson chronology
The Power to Believe
(2003)
EleKtrik: Live in Japan
(2003)
The Power To Believe Tour Box
(2003)
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Allmusic [1]

EleKtrik: Live in Japan is a live album by the band King Crimson, released in 2003. It consists of most of the audio soundtrack from the 2003 disc of the band's double DVD Eyes Wide Open.

Track listing

  1. "Introductory Soundscape" (Robert Fripp) – 5:05
  2. "The Power to Believe (Part I: A Cappella)" (Adrian Belew, Fripp, Trey Gunn, Pat Mastelotto) – 0:41
  3. "Level Five" (Belew, Fripp, Gunn, Mastelotto) – 7:22
  4. "ProzaKc Blues" (Belew, Fripp, Gunn, Mastelotto) – 5:59
  5. "EleKtrik" (Belew, Fripp, Gunn, Mastelotto) – 8:01
  6. "Happy With What You Have to be Happy With" (Belew, Fripp, Gunn, Mastelotto) – 4:14
  7. "One Time" (Belew, Bill Bruford, Fripp, Gunn, Tony Levin, Mastelotto) – 6:00
  8. "Facts of Life" (Belew, Fripp, Gunn, Mastelotto) – 5:29
  9. "The Power to Believe (Part II: Power Circle)" (Belew, Fripp, Gunn, Mastelotto) – 8:43
  10. "Dangerous Curves" (Belew, Fripp, Gunn, Mastelotto) – 6:02
  11. "Larks' Tongues in Aspic (Part IV)" (Belew, Fripp, Gunn, Mastelotto) – 10:32
    Including:
    • "I Have a Dream"
  12. "The World's My Oyster Soup Kitchen Floor Wax Museum" (Belew, Fripp, Gunn, Mastelotto) – 6:31

Personnel

References

  1. ^ Planer, Lindsay (2011). "EleKtriK - King Crimson | AllMusic". allmusic.com. Retrieved 28 June 2011. 
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