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Discipline album for sale by King Crimson was released May 01, 2001 on the EG label. The interlocking melodic/rhythmic patterns of Fripp and Belew's guitars, Tony Levin's Chapman Stick and Bruford's electro-acoustic kit combined the Gamelan approach with a Phillip Glass-like repetition. With each cycle, a note or phrase would change slightly, altering the rhythm and focus of the pattern. The effect is both hypnotic and invigorating. Fripp's frenetic guitar-synth excursions and Belew's feedback-heavy post-Hendrix leads merge with this technique to fine effect. ...See Full Description
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||What Happened after Red?|
Crimson was one of the best ARTISTS in history. In my opinoin everything after this album went down hill. The only song i like on this album is Matte Kudasai.. i love that song. but this album definately was their turning point. I dont understand how such a sane artist can suddenly die.
By dk (Los Angeles, CA)
||Return of the King|
A total reinvention of King Crimson. Very tight guitars with mathematical precision in every note. With the exception of "Indiscipline (4 stars), every song gets better and better the more it is listened to. High lights are Elephant Talk, Thela Hun Ginjeet and the title track Discipline.
By a reviewer (Fredericksburg, Va.. USA)
||fripp is crip!|
robet fripp is a master. discipline is an amazing album. timeless. get it, you wont regret it.
By a reviewer (kaliua, hi , usa)
|The more I look at it, the more I like it!|
I personally like all of King Crimsons' albums featuring the line-up which began here. Adrian Belew is an awesome experimental guitarist and his vocals are the most suitable to this very cerebral band. Robert Fripp, of course, comes with the very precise and unfailing guitar lines. Tony Levin uses the Chapman stick to the fullest capability, and provides some very funky bass lines. And drummer Bill Bruford keeps the time impeccably without even the slightest usage of cymbals or high-hat. The title track is an instrumental which is worth buying the album for alone. Wonderful!
By a reviewer (West Monroe, LA, USA)
||The ultimate musicians band|
I have been listening to this record since its release and never tire of the incredible musicianship that is displayed. Robert Fripp is a master of his guitar craft,Adrian Belew sings and plays guitar like no one i have ever heard,Bill Bruford lays down the most complex drum patterns and makes it sound effortless and Tony Levine extracts noises out of his Stick Bass that melds everything together seamlessly. Its difficult to put this into words but Discipline is one of those recordings that has no peers. Some of the heaviest yet beautiful sounds are captured here. This record is the first in a trilogy as i see it and was followed by Three of a perfect pair and Beat.All of these contained the same line up but Discipline was the crowning glory. There is also availiable a live double Cd set released in 94 entitled B-Boom live in Argentina which features songs from Discipline which are are taken straight off a DAT desk tape and sound incredible. If you do not own a copy of Discipline you are missing a large part of the picture as far as King Crimson are a massively influential band in many areas.Adrian Belew has also released a a quantity that is well worth looking at.Lone Rhino being one of the best. Step into the world of King Crimson in the 80s,an altogether different trip than their earlier work. Who said nothing good ever came out of the 80s musically.
By Nick shazbutt69 (Port Douglas FNQ Australia)
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Discipline songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||1834680|
|Release Date||May 01, 2001|
|Producer||King Crimson; Rhett Davies|
|Recording Time||38 minutes|