"Karn Evil 9" is an extended work by progressive rock group Emerson, Lake & Palmer, appearing on the album Brain Salad Surgery. A futuristic fusion of rock and classical themes, it is regarded by some to be their best work together with the song Tarkus. At nearly half an hour long, it is also their longest studio recording.
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... “ The real meat of this platter, though, is the "Karn Evil 9" suite whose three movements comprise roughly a side and a quarter of the disk ... Fletcher, Rolling Stone The album's longest composition, "Karn Evil 9", nearly 30 minutes in length, consists of three movements or "impressions", the ... The most well-known section is "Karn Evil 9 – 1st Impression, Part 2" ("Welcome back my friends to the show that never ends...") ...
... As of September 2007, the First Impression, Part 2 is heard in a commercial for Dr Pepper ... It is also used as the intro for the Hard Rock Park website ...
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