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Discipline

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4.60 | 26 ratings | 3 reviews | 62% 5 stars

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Live, released in 2014

Songs / Tracks Listing

Disc 1
1. Circuitry (6:43)
2. Before the Storm (15:24)
3. Blueprint (4:58)
4. Dead City (5:36)
5. When She Dreams She Dreams In Color (12:11)

Disc 2
6. Canto IV (Limbo) (15:17)
7. The Reasoning Wall (8:00)
8. Rogue (23:38)

Total time 96 minutes

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Line-up / Musicians

- Matthew Parmenter / vocals, keyboards, etc.
- Jon Preston Bouda / guitars
- Mathew Kennedy / bass
- Paul Dzendzel / drums & percussion

Releases information

StrungOut Records
Recorded live May 5, 2012 at the Majestic Theater in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania (RoSfest).

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DISCIPLINE This One's for England ratings distribution


4.60
(26 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(62%)
62%
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(38%)
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Review by Warthur
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4 stars A solid live release from the To Shatter All Accord tour, this album demonstrates that since the recording of previous live releases like Live Days Discipline have lost none of their live chops. Presenting somewhat more forceful and aggressive versions of the material in question, it isn't quite Discipline's answer to Van der Graaf Generator's Vital (VdGG being a group often cited as being an influence on Discipline's sound) - it doesn't quite go that far into prog-punk and the sound quality is markedly better - but it's getting there. Between this, the stunning quality of To Shatter All Accord, and the word on the band's official site that they are working on a new studio album, it's clear that the Discipline reunion is showing no signs of slowing down.

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Review by kev rowland
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5 stars There is no doubt in my mind that one of the most important bands to come out of America in the last 25 years is Discipline, and when they reformed and released 'To Shatter All Accord' it was certainly no surprise to see it rated so highly. In fact, according to ProgArchives it is still the #1 album of that year. So, they were then invited to appear at the mighty RosFest in 2012, and this double CD is the recording of that performance. So, just eight songs on this double digipak release, but that equates to nearly 100 minutes of music. Some of these songs have appeared on live albums before, but given that they haven't released that many albums that really isn't suprising. And to be honest, a live album without a performance of "Canto IV (Limbo)" would be both unthinkable and unforgiveable.

Singer and keyboard player Matthew Parmenter also provides all of the material, but this is much more than just a one-man show and the rest of the guys were all there when 'Push & Profit' was released in 1994. This is a group that have been influenced by the likes of early Genesis and Anekdoten, but have created a path very much of their own making. One would never guess that these guys are from North America, as they have much more in common with the European progressive rock movement. Their approach is sometimes restrained, harmonic and almost lulling, but there are plenty of times when they are jagged and abrasive, Jon's guitar a strident noise against Matthew's organ while Matthew K and Paul provide the backdrop to let the music grow and move. I have been a fan of the band for many years, and the only thing wrong with this album is that it makes me realize just how much I am missing out by not being able to see them in concert. This is an essential purchase, www.strungoutrecords.com

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5 stars Discipline posted something about recording on their Facebook page so I have been hoping to hear about a new studio album. However, this live release was a total surprise. As soon as I heard about it I downloaded it from iTunes. I've been listening to it almost exclusively for the last week. This ... (read more)

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