Fates Warning - Disconnected


8.2 | 124 votes |
Release date: 25 July 2000
Style: Progressive metal

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01. Disconnected Part 1
02. One
03. So
04. Pieces Of Me
05. Something From Nothing
06. Still Remains
07. Disconnected Part 2

Line-up
Ray Alder - vocals
Jim Matheos - guitars, keyboards
Mark ''Thunder Child'' Zonder - drums
Joey Vera - bass

Guest musicians
Kevin Moore - keyboards
Steve Tushar - keyboards

Additional info
Recorded and mixed between February 17 and April 16, 2000.
Drums and keyboards recorded by Phil Magnotti at Frankie's Hideaway at North Hollywood, CA.
Guitars, vocals, keyboards recorded by Terry Brown at the Carriage House, Stamford, CT.
Additional vocals recorded by Jim Matheos and Joey Vera at the Carriage House and Frankie's Hideaway.
Mixed by Phil Magnotti at the 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.

Guest review by
treptolemus
Rating:
7.9
Recently, I (re)discovered Fates Warning : Disconnected. Well, let's see… It's the follower album of their 1997 outstanding-landmark release A Pleasant Shade of Gray. Disconnected was one of these albums I didn't listen so much. Actually it was hidden somewhere in the pile, waiting patiently its turn. But the time has come (at least, I think so!) to give it some more attention, and write down my thoughts…

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published 28.09.2009 | Comments (10)

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08.12.2012 - 16:10
Rating: 9
tea[m]ster
Au Pays Natal
"Something From Nothing" and "Still Remains" are two of the best songs Jim Matheos has ever written. The first is more riff-ticious like earlier FW and the ladder is more proggier like Dream Theater/Porcupine Tree.
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09.08.2013 - 16:30
Rating: 9
NocturnalStalker
Metal Addict
Great album! Not a single weak song and some are simply awesome.
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