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Discipline - Unfolded Like Staircase (1997) MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 152.91 Mb | Scans | Time: 1:04:48 Genre: Rock, Progressive Rock, Symphonic Prog | Label: Strung Out Records | Cat.№: SOR 6802
Прогархивы, и не только, визжали от радости, когда этот альбом вышел.
Unfolded Like Staircase boasts three nearly fifteen-minute songs including the brilliant Canto IV (Limbo), as well as a twenty-two minute epic entitled Into the Dream. Discipline has become a mainstay of the international underground movement known as progressive rock. A few dozen radio shows around the world, and an equal number of prog-oriented publications have found in Discipline. and singer Matthew Parmenter an unflinching anti-commercialism and dedication to songwriting.
1. Canto IV (Limbo) (13:46) 2. Crutches (13:09) a. The Carrot / b. The Silent Mirror / c. Down the Hatch / d. Crutches 3. Into The Dream (22:01) a. Descent / b. Chock Full O'Guts / c. Drawn and Quartered / d. Clearing / e. Stealing the Key / f. Sum Music / g. Turtles All the Way Down 4. Before The Storm - Part 1 (5:21) 5. Before The Storm - Part 2 (10:31) a. The Ocean / b. The Storm / c. Eden
Produced by Discipline
Discipline - Unfolded Like Staircase (1997)
Matthew Parmenter (the Player) - vocals, keyboards, violin, sax, chimes Jon Preston Bouda (the 1st Minstrel) - guitars Paul Dzendzel (the 2nd Minstrel) - drums Mathew Kennedy (the 3rd Minstrel) - bass
Unbelievable! Discipline, from Michigan, vaults into the first tier of American progressive bands with this highly creative effort.
Imagine a mix of U.K., Van der Graaf Generator and 1973 King Crimson stretching out over songs averaging 13 minutes each, replete with stabbing sax and dueling keyboards and guitars. That should give you a general idea of Discipline’s orientation.
Matthew Parmenter sings like a soul possessed on songs such as Canto IV (Limbo) and Into the Dream. His lyrics have a decidedly down-to-earth appeal, dealing primarily with relationship topics. Parmenter also contributes keyboards, alto sax, violin and orchestral chimes to this opus. Jon Preston Bouda provides melodic electric and acoustic guitar, while the rhythm section of Paul Dzendzel (drums/percussion) and Mathew Kennedy (bass) offers solid grooves while also stretching out to accentuate the musical tension.
Though the compositions are long, they always have a sense of “going somewhere” on the wings of solid musicianship. No neo-prog effort this, but a progressive statement of epic proportions that rocks. Unfolded Like Staircase comes highly recommended. ~ Progression Magazine