Limited 200gm vinyl LP pressing. Three of a Perfect Pair is the eleventh vinyl release in the King Crimson classic LP reissue series. Cut from the 30th anniversary masters series as overseen and approved by Robert Fripp. Three of a Perfect Pair is the 10th studio album by King Crimson, originally released in March 1984. The album balances traditional song structures on the "left side" with more free-form improvisation on the "right side", fitting somewhere between the experimental Discipline and the more commercially accessible Beat. Tony Levin had more input than on any other King Crimson album. The name of the album is based on the idea of perfect opposites and "three sides to every story", or his, hers, and an objective truth.