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Emerson, Lake & Palmer

Emerson, Lake & Palmer

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1.1
The Barbarian (2012 - Remaster)
Emerson, Lake & Palmer
4:30
1.2
Take a Pebble (2012 - Remaster)
Emerson, Lake & Palmer
12:31
1.3
Knife-Edge (2012 - Remaster)
Emerson, Lake & Palmer
5:04
1.4
The Three Fates: i) Clotho ii) Lachesis iii) Atropos (2012 - Remaster)
Emerson, Lake & Palmer
7:44
1.5
Tank (2012 - Remaster)
Emerson, Lake & Palmer
6:48
1.6
Lucky Man (2012 - Remaster)
Emerson, Lake & Palmer
4:35
Total Playing Time    41:12
Emerson, Lake & Palmer is the debut studio album by the English progressive rock band Emerson, Lake & Palmer, released in the UK in November 1970 on Island Records. Recording took place at Advision Studios in July 1970 when the group had yet to perform live, and lasted for three months. The album was supported by the group's show at the 1970 Isle of Wight Festival.

This 2012 remaster was overseen by Steven Wilson of Porcupine tree.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – BMG Rights Management (UK) Studio Masters

Tracks 1-6 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source

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