Indisciple Mining Rocks contains stuff from the 1981 Discipline tour. Two songs from the Fridays TV show--"Elephant Talk" and "Thela Hun Ginjeet" plus five or so live instrumental pieces from a show at Stony Brook NY-- "The Sheltering Sky", "Red", "Larks Tongues In Aspic, Part Two", "Turkish Tea" (Not released), and an untitled piece that was one of the intrumentals >from Beat (possibly "Sartori in Tangier"). The album concludes with a brief bit of audience--Fripp dialogue: "Louder" "Yeah" "I believe the gentleman here would like us to play a little louder" "Yeah" "May I suggest that you should listen more attentively" plus a bsnippet from a radio interview, on the same topic. The cover looks like the Discipline cover, with the different title, and a syringe stuck into the discipline emblem and hooked up to a cassette recorder. Photos of each band member appear at the bottom. The back cover has warner brothers and EG logos on it, plus a reprint of Fripp's "Bootlegging, Royalties, and the Moment" article (complete with address for Guitar player magazine) and some data about the music (song titles, venues). Overall, the sound is very good, and i'd recommend it if you're a King Crimson fan.