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Phil Collins and King Crimson

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should Kc have carried on with that wanker phil collins

no it would have ruined my vision of fripp
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19%
sure it would have been great
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42%
collins sucks and would have destroyed Kc for ever
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34%
no biggie whom ever replaced bill would have been fine
1
3%
 
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Re: Phil Collins and King Crimson

Postby Owen on Tue Sep 01, 2009 4:55 am

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Re: Phil Collins and King Crimson

Postby vrooom on Tue Sep 01, 2009 9:52 am

And that's why Phil Collins will always be a class act over the likes of Robert Fripp, who wastes his time with elitist guff like guitar craft. Phil Collins - man of the people. We salute you! :D
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Re: Phil Collins and King Crimson

Postby jtmack on Tue Sep 01, 2009 12:05 pm

vrooom wrote:And that's why Phil Collins will always be a class act over the likes of Robert Fripp, who wastes his time with elitist guff like guitar craft. Phil Collins - man of the people. We salute you! :D

That was class? :wink:
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Re: Phil Collins and King Crimson

Postby nisimoto on Tue Sep 01, 2009 12:43 pm

Phil-san is a good guy
but he ruined the reunion of Led Zeppelin...
Fripp-san is a goat guy
but he rejected the reunion of every incarnation of King Crimson
because he knows he could ruin the reunion...
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Re: Phil Collins and King Crimson

Postby vrooom on Tue Sep 01, 2009 12:50 pm

jtmack wrote:
vrooom wrote:And that's why Phil Collins will always be a class act over the likes of Robert Fripp, who wastes his time with elitist guff like guitar craft. Phil Collins - man of the people. We salute you! :D

That was class? :wink:


He's a man of the people. You wouldn't understand the concept of "fun".
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Re: Phil Collins and King Crimson

Postby diderot on Tue Sep 01, 2009 6:21 pm

vrooom wrote:
jtmack wrote:
vrooom wrote:And that's why Phil Collins will always be a class act over the likes of Robert Fripp, who wastes his time with elitist guff like guitar craft. Phil Collins - man of the people. We salute you! :D

That was class? :wink:


He's a man of the people. You wouldn't understand the concept of "fun".


A man for the masses, what KC ain’t and will never be…

Since we visit/post/read in this forum we're (partially) elitist too! So, for some – including me – it’s hard to face that some KC popish songs (if not all) are worse than Phil’s. Like Geno said, I’d like to see (hear) PC playing with KC in the ‘70s, maybe early ‘80s.
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Re: Phil Collins and King Crimson

Postby Owen on Tue Sep 01, 2009 11:35 pm

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Re: Phil Collins and King Crimson

Postby joeuman on Sat Sep 05, 2009 5:37 pm

Considering that Wetton's output in the late 70's/early 80's was as shit and sometimes worse than Collins, I'm not sure we can judge Collins as harshly. I think the fact that both were such good players, when in decent bands at the time, it still would have been fruitful had they stuck together. They're just not good visionaries.
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Re: Phil Collins and King Crimson

Postby vrooom on Sat Sep 05, 2009 5:54 pm

Very true - Wetton's output after KC is very questionable. He should be burnt at the stake for his involvement with Asia!
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Re: Phil Collins and King Crimson

Postby jtmack on Sat Sep 05, 2009 6:35 pm

joeuman wrote:Considering that Wetton's output in the late 70's/early 80's was as shit and sometimes worse than Collins, I'm not sure we can judge Collins as harshly. I think the fact that both were such good players, when in decent bands at the time, it still would have been fruitful had they stuck together. They're just not good visionaries.


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Darren, face it PC is a band wrecker his bad influence made Genesis a pop band. When everyone gets it, it's already passe and I've moved on... I'm a Wetton licker! :bj:
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