30 December 2004 | meddle712002
The Devil's Triangle
I just wanted to add, that the King Crimson tune they used is, of the same title, on the In The Wake Of Poseidon Lp. Convenient, huh? When I rented the movie to see what cuts they used, all that was used was the same bit over and over. I think they used the the climactic section (for lack of better term, bridge perhaps?) bit too, although you really have to strain to hear it.Cool tune too. Reading the reviews makes me want to see it again, but it was nearly unbearable to watch because the sound was awful. You could barely hear Prices' voice! Everything was buried in a murky mix, and the quality of the photography was sub-par. I wonder if Fripp or the musicians he worked with at the time of recording the piece, got any royalties. I think otherwise, being an obscure number, the film company responsible for this, probably thought they could get away with it. The box the tape came in, stated on the front "original music by King Crimson", Vincent Price and King Crimson together sounds pretty cool though, which prompted me to check it out in the first place.