King Crimson - Discipline CD (album) cover


King Crimson


Eclectic Prog

4.11 | 1366 ratings

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4 stars Discipline is the beginning album for a line-up for King Crimson that fans are usually divided in opinion on, usually on a love or hate basis. I neither love nor hate this line-up, but the music is definitely different. This album sounds like the '80s, but unlike most progressive rock bands in the '80s, the music doesn't sound cheesy at all. It's actually all crafted quite well and comes off as very unique and progressive. Some of the tracks here are instrumentals, with spoken word over the top of them, which isn't bad but it does come off as a bit weird. This definitely isn't a great introduction to King Crimson, but I actually rather enjoy this album quite a bit. King Crimson has always had a way of reinventing their own sound and this album is a great example of that.

Highly recommended!

colorofmoney91 | 4/5 |


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