The 1994 return of King Crimson was timed perfectly, matching, in no particular order, one of the peak periods for CD sales, a time of great variety of radio formats in the USA, the growth of a number of bands who pointed eagerly to the influence of King Crimson, especially of the 1972 - 74 band, a more positive critical reception for the band - following the remasters of the catalogue, Frame by Frame & Great Deceiver boxed sets supervised by Robert Fripp. Such timing not only benefited from the release of the various musicians from their other musical commitments, but in Robert Fripp's case, the ultimately successful battle to regain control of King Crimson's catalogue. With pro-recording technology also more affordable and more portable, almost everything this band performed was recorded & much of it filmed. From the earliest jams and demo sessions to the final recording sessions at Nashville in 1997, the tapes were running. The resulting abundance of source material has facilitated a much broader overview of this line-up's music to be presented, particularly in hi-resolution stereo & 5. 1 Surround Sound. Blu-ray 1 contains three complete albums in 5. 1 Surround sound & six albums in Hi-Resolution stereo, while Blu-ray 2 features two complete filmed concerts & two shorter films, three with 5. 1 Surround Sound & with an audio only option all of the music on the disc. 12 CDs of studio & live material. 1 DVD 9NTSC region 0) of video material, 1 DVD-A with new hi-res & 5. 1 material, 2 BD discs of studio & live material in 5. 1 Surround Sound & hi-res stereo, Limited to one worldwide pressing.