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Discipline
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The American art rock band Discipline (sometimes styled as Discipline. with a period) formed in Detroit in 1987. Their earliest shows were memorable for raw energy and unusual theatrics. Discipline's 1993 CD Push & Profit helped the band reach an audience beyond Detroit. After a short tour in Norway in 1993, Discipline performed regularly at US progressive rock festivals and venues throughout the 90s. Although Discipline took its name from a King Crimson album, they are most often compared to early Genesis and Van der Graaf Generator.
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http://www.strungoutrecords.com
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Releases on file (8)
Discipline — Captives of the Wine Dark Sea Discipline — Captives of the Wine Dark Sea
(Laser's Edge LE1079, 2017, CD)
Discipline — This One's for England Discipline — This One's for England
(Strung Out Records SOR6810, 2014, 2CD)
Discipline — To Shatter All Accord Discipline — To Shatter All Accord
(Strung Out Records SOR 6808, 2011, CD)
Discipline — Live Days Discipline — Live Days
(Strung Out Records SOR 6807, 2010, 2CD)
Discipline — Live - Into the Dream... Discipline — Live - Into the Dream...
(Strung Out Records SOR 6803, 1999, CD)
Discipline — Unfolded Like Staircase Discipline — Unfolded Like Staircase
(Strung Out Records SOR 6802, 1997, CD)
Discipline — Push & Profit Discipline — Push & Profit
(Strung Out Records 128764-01, 1993, CD)
Discipline — Chaos out of Order Discipline — Chaos out of Order
(Strung Out Records SOR6809, 1988/2013, CD)

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