Disconnected (Fates Warning album)

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Disconnected
Disconnected.jpg
Studio album by Fates Warning
Released July 25, 2000
Recorded February-April, 2000
Genre Progressive metal
Length 51:28
Label Metal Blade
Producer Fates Warning and Terry Brown
Fates Warning chronology
Still Life
(1998)Still Life1998
Disconnected
(2000)
FWX
(2004)FWX2004
Alternative cover
European edition
European edition
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[1]

Disconnected is the ninth album by the progressive metal group Fates Warning, released in 2000 (see 2000 in music). Kevin Moore previously played on the Fates Warning album A Pleasant Shade of Gray and later appeared in OSI with Matheos.

This album was re-released in Germany in 2006 as part of a 2-CD set with the album Inside Out (Fates Warning album) featuring bonus tracks

Track listing[edit]

All music composed by Jim Matheos.

No. Title Lyrics Length
1. "Disconnected Part 1" (Instrumental) 1:13
2. "One" Ray Alder 4:27
3. "So" Matheos 8:08
4. "Pieces of Me" Matheos, Alder 4:24
5. "Something from Nothing" Alder 10:59
6. "Still Remains" Matheos 16:08
7. "Disconnected Part 2" (Instrumental) 6:11
Total length: 51:28

Personnel[edit]

Credits[edit]

  • Additional keyboards, sequencing and noise by Jim Matheos and Steve Tushar
  • Produced by Fates Warning and Terry Brown
  • Recorded and mixed between February 17 and April 16, 2000
  • Drums and keyboards recorded by Phil Magnotti at Frankie's Hideaway, North Hollywood, CA
  • Vocals, guitars and additional keyboards recorded by Terry Brown at Carriage House, Stamford, CT
  • Additional vocals recorded by Jim Matheos and Joey Vera at Carriage House and Frankie's Hideaway
  • Superfluous voices, whispers and verbal meandering by Laurie Matheos, Amy Motta, Bernie Altman, George Hideous, Fidel Horrendous, and Arthur Letsgoberg
  • All songs mixed by Phil Magnotti at Carriage House
  • Assistant engineer: John Shyloski
  • Digital editing by Phil Magnotti
  • Mastered by Phil Magnotti and Tom Bender at Barking Doctor Studios
  • Photography by Alex Solca
  • Merchandise by Stardust Promotions

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