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|1. Elephant Talk|
|2. Frame by Frame|
|3. Matte Kudasai|
|5. The Hun Ginjeet|
|6. The Sheltering Sky|
|8. Matte Kudasai (alternative version)|
With this 1981 LP, King Crimson became one of the few bands to release a classic in three different decades. This was their highest-charting LP (#45) in 11 years, and that Fripp/Belew guitar interplay still dazzles; includes a bonus alternate version of Matte Kudesai !
The title says it all and the title track further demonstrates the concept as the band runs through a series of incredibly intricate, ever-changing guitar patterns and time signatures. When Robert Fripp resurrected the King Crimson banner for this 1981 release, he assembled an amazingly skilled--indeed, disciplined--group of musicians. But this record is not so much about skill as it is about transforming the complex into the beautiful. By turns explosive ("Indiscipline"), driving ("Thela Hun Ginjeet"), and quietly meditative ("The Sheltering Sky"), Adrian Belew (whose vocals and lyrics reflect his tenure with the Talking Heads) injects a degree of manic humor to the proceedings. All this technical proficiency would be for nothing if these weren't such wonderfully compelling songs. --Percy Keegan --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Simply a great reworking of this album from the basic remaster to the 5.1 - love it.and looking forward to 3 of a perfect pairPublished 14 months ago by This is not a review it is a comment on Amazon setting ates. Before rendering a review read the book
After listening to "Red" I decided to buy the whole set. Great new remastered version of the best eight classical KC albums. Read morePublished on Feb. 10 2013 by Dr. Snorkelstein
This will be a very short review since I am sure millions of people have purchase this one already, I am just slow. Read morePublished on Sept. 12 2012 by Daniel Fournier
I love this album, it's my favourite but the cd shipped to me didn't play the first song Elephant talk! Borked!Published on June 6 2011 by Caillech
Vraiment, Discipline est un disque solide. Il n'y a aucun maillon faible dans ce premier enregistrement du Crimson des années 80. Read morePublished on June 11 2004 by Intendant Pun
I'm not a serious music listener or anything, and even though I just got this CD by chance, it has become one of my favorite. Such a creative CD!Published on March 16 2004 by yangyi chen