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LIVE Into the Dream...

by Discipline.

Angry, pathetic, self-loathing holiday classics. Recorded live at Orion Studios in Baltimore, Maryland. Running Time: 78 minutes.
Genre: Rock: Progressive Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Crutches
12:46 $0.99
2. The Nursery Year
5:29 $0.99
3. Canto IV (Limbo)
13:47 $0.99
4. Carmilla
10:10 $0.99
5. Systems
8:04 $0.99
6. Into the Dream
22:03 $0.99
7. Between Me and the End
5:38 $0.99
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
"I have an irrational fear of books, magazines, and anything else related to paper. I keep thinking about the paper cutting my eye. I lift the paper, and I'm not sure if I do it intentionally or if it is some kind of accident, but I slice the white of my left eye, the part to the left of the iris. For some reason, I drag the paper across my unblinking eye causing a clean paper cut..."
(CD booklet includes Parmenter's Eyeballs story complete)

PLEASE NOTE: This is an audio CD (not a DVD). If you are looking for the Discipline. Live 1995 DVD (Strung Out Records 2005), please visit www.amazon.com or search Google.

Into the Dream:
First Edition, FINAL CD IN STOCK
Exclusively on CD-Baby.

Includes live performances of songs from Discipline.'s two studio CDs "Push & Profit" and "Unfolded Like Staircase."
Also includes the first live performance of "Between Me and the End," now available on Matthew Parmenter's 2004 studio CD, "Astray."


Strung Out Records released Discipline.'s studio CDs, "Push & Profit" (1993) and "Unfolded Like Staircase" (1997), as well as Matthew Parmenter's solo CD "astray" (2004). The independent label also produced the definitive visual record of the band in concert: "Discipline. Live 1995" (DVD 2005).

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brian watson

wish they were still together
Discipline only recorded two studio cds, together with some hard to find earlier cassettes, and this album neatly encapsulates just how bloody good they were. With material from both albums (unfolded like staircase is the reviewer's favorite)this has to be added to your collection if you are at all serious about listening to quality music, prog or otherwise. At least matt parmenter is recording some solo stuff now, with 2004's astray to hopefully be followed by a new album anytime soon. Check out his myspace site for updates as they come available.

doug marcus

excellent prog
i was among the 20 who stayed at the end of progscape-1 in towson, md at about 1:30am to hear these guys. when matt came out in whiteface, i was like thinking icky neo theatrics - time to go home. but then he begins singing the opening to canto iv and my jaw dropped. it was like vdgg but w/out the harshness. when they did "camilla", well that was it. i immediatley put in an order to buy their debut and really dug their follow up as well.

Luis Nasser

Get it while you can!
If you're not familiar with this band, I suggest you buy their stuff. Trust me, there are FAR worse ways to gamble, and this is a sure winner. This particular disc was recorded live at Orion studios in Baltimore. I was there, and the shows were stunning. Between Me And the End is a piece not available in either studio release, and it is worth the full price of the CD, but the rest is amazing too. The price is a bit steep, but I suspect this will be going out of print soon, so chop, chop!