Suspended Animation (John Petrucci album)

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Suspended Animation
Album Suspended Animation cover.jpg
Studio album by John Petrucci
Released 2005 (2005)[1]
Recorded Little Bear Studios in Suffern, New York; Sound on Sound Studios in New York City
Genre Instrumental rock, heavy metal[citation needed]
Length 61:31
Label Sound Mind
Producer John Petrucci
John Petrucci chronology
An Evening with John Petrucci and Jordan Rudess
(2000)
Suspended Animation
(2005)
G3: Live in Tokyo
(2005)

Suspended Animation is a studio album by Dream Theater guitarist John Petrucci, released independently in 2005 through Sound Mind Music. The songs "Glasgow Kiss" and "Damage Control" have been played during the G3 tour, and are featured as openers to the 2005 DVD and live album G3: Live in Tokyo. Some releases of the album have "Curve" split into two separate tracks, with the majority of the song on track six and the latter portion on track seven. On these editions, "Lost Without You" and "Animate-Inanimate" form tracks eight and nine respectively. The correct track listing, without the aforementioned anomalies, is shown below.

Critical reception[edit]

Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
All About Jazz Neutral[2]

Mark Sabbatini at All About Jazz gave Suspended Animation a mixed review, initially criticizing some songs as sounding like "what feels like a market-driven formula for success." He nonetheless noted "Animate-Inanimate" as a highlight, while praising Petrucci's guitar tone, which he described as "clear and distinct even during moments of high-speed indulgence" and setting him apart from his contemporaries.[2]

Track listing[edit]

All music composed by John Petrucci.

No. Title Length
1. "Jaws of Life" 7:29
2. "Glasgow Kiss" 7:48
3. "Tunnel Vision" 6:35
4. "Wishful Thinking" 7:28
5. "Damage Control" 9:15
6. "Curve" 6:22
7. "Lost Without You" 4:56
8. "Animate-Inanimate" 11:38
Total length: 61:31

Personnel[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Discography". johnpetrucci.com. Retrieved 2014-10-10.
  2. ^ a b Sabbatini, Mark (2005-04-05). "John Petrucci: Suspended Animation (2005)". All About Jazz. Retrieved 2014-10-10.

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