The sixth and seventh releases in the superb King Crimson reissue series.
The edgy Post-Punk 'Rock Gamelan' complexity of 1981's Discipline signified a startling reinvention for this most restless of bands and remains one of the key albums of the early 1980s and one of the most popular and influential in King Crimson's catalogue.
Perhaps the most accurate representation of the band's powerful mid-70's identity, 1974's Starless And Bible Black was an experimental hybrid of live material and studio recordings which came between the landmark releases Larks' Tongues In Aspic and Red.
Featuring the original and new (by Steven Wilson and Robert Fripp) stereo mixes of the albums, both releases are loaded with rare extras (audio and visual) and both come with new 5.1 mixes by Steven Wilson.
Pre-order now for October 3rd 2011 shipping.