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|1. Three of a Perfect Pair|
|2. Model Man|
|4. Man With An Open Heart|
|5. Nuages (That Which Passes, Passes Like Clouds)|
|7. Dig Me|
|8. No Warning|
|9. Larks' Tongues In Aspic Part III|
|10. The King Crimson Barber Shop|
|11. Industrial Zone A|
|12. Industrial Zone B|
|13. Sleepless (Tony Levin Mix)|
|14. Sleepless (Bob Clearmountain Mix)|
|15. Sleepless (Dance Mix - E Kevorkian)|
'Discipline' is a classic, 'Beat' is almost just as good if not better (although unfairly overlooked), so if you've already got those two then You'll want to complete the set of 80s Crimson with this, right?
Well, there's some great stuff on this, but it lacks the consistently high quality of the previous two albums. Belew's songs are more pop oriented, while Fripp and Levin are off noodling with synthesizers and Bruford is stuck their somewhere behind his increasingly bewildering experimental drum set up.
The studio album may be a bit hit and miss, but they were still great live: check out 'Absent Lovers'.
David Torn's 'Cloud About Mercury'(1987) features both Bruford Levin and amounts to something slightly more than a consolation prize to Crimson fans who are disappointed with this third 80s outing: In other words the Torn album is brilliant.