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Discipline (40th Anniversary Series)

Label: DGM Live
Released: 2011
Track listing: CD: Elephant Talk; Frame By Frame; Matte Kudesai; Indiscipline; Thela Hun Ginjeet; The Sheltering Sky; Discipline; A selection of Adrian's vocal loops (bonus track); The Sheltering Sky (alternate mix—Steven Wilson); Thela Hun Ginjeet (alternate mix—Steven Wilson). DVD: MLP Lossless 5.1 Surround and DTS 5.1 Digital Surround Original Album: Elephant Talk; Frame By Frame; Matte Kudesai; Indiscipline; Thela Hun Ginjeet; The Sheltering Sky; Discipline. MLP Lossless Stereo (24/96) and PCM Stereo 2.0 (24/48) 2011 Stereo Mix: Elephant Talk; Frame By Frame; Matte Kudesai; Indiscipline; Thela Hun Ginjeet; The Sheltering Sky; Discipline. 30th anniversary remaster): Elephant Talk; Frame By Frame; Matte Kudesai; Indiscipline; Thela Hun Ginjeet; The Sheltering Sky; Discipline; Matte Kudesai (alternate version). Additional Tracks: A selection of Adrian's vocal loops; The Sheltering Sky (alternate mix—Steven Wilson); Thela Hun Ginjeet (alternate mix—Steven Wilson); The Terrifying Tale of Thela Hun Ginjeet; Elephant Talk (12" Dance mix). PCM Stereo 2.0 (24/48) Album rough mixes (from recording sessions, presented in original proposed album running order): Discipline; Thela Hun Ginjeet; Matte Kudesai; Elephant Talk; The Sheltering Sky; Frame By Frame; Indiscipline. Video content (Selections from The Old Grey Whistle Test): Elephant Talk (The Venue, October 1981); Frame By Frame (BBC, March 15, 1982, introduced by Annie Nightingale); Indiscipline (BBC, March 15, 1982, introduced by Annie Nightingale) .


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