In August 2009, the webzinePitchfork Media named "Disconnect the Dots" the 260th track in their staff list "The Top 500 Tracks of the 2000s". A 10th anniversary edition of the album was released exclusively on vinyl for Record Store Day 2014. The release contains the original album on 180g yellow vinyl as well as a 180g light blue vinyl disc with bonus tracks recorded around the same time as the album.
This album also includes the controversial track, City Bird, which, contrary to the popular belief of many[who?], is not, in fact, written by the band's front man, Kevin Barnes.