Disconnected (Fates Warning album)

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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
Alternative cover
European edition
European edition
Professional ratings
Review scores
Allmusic4/5 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.

The album was re-released in Germany in 2006 as part of a 2-CD set with the album Inside Out featuring bonus tracks

Track listing[edit]

All music composed by Jim Matheos.

1."Disconnected Part 1"(Instrumental)1:13
2."One"Ray Alder4:27
4."Pieces of Me"Matheos, Alder4:24
5."Something from Nothing"Alder10:59
6."Still Remains"Matheos16:08
7."Disconnected Part 2"(Instrumental)6:11
Total length:51:28



  • 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