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Indivision

by Disconnect

"Indivision" is a concept album that explores the individual's struggles with the passage of time and its ever-present impact on one's life. The band's technical musicianship has never sounded better - a powerful, emotional album from start to finish.
Genre: Rock: Progressive Rock
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1. Prelude
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2. Good Intentions (Part I)
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3. Good Intentions (Part II)
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4. Cincture
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5. Perpetual Decay
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6. Creeping Fade
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7. All Fall Down
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8. Rapture
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9. Two Stones
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10. Singularity
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11. Time's Abyss
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12. Closing the Book
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13. Finale
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Never a band to follow in its own footsteps, Disconnect has once again taken their music beyond all expectation. Lyrically, "Indivision" is an album dealing with the turmoil one feels while dealing with the passage of time - its highs and lows, the good and the bad. "Indivision" is meant to be heard as a single, continuous piece of music. The band composed the album in such a way that all the songs flow together as one, a tip of the hat to the grand tradition of progressive rock concept albums. From a pure instrumentation standpoint, the album is without question their most technically complex effort to date, featuring many new instruments & sounds as well as their patented usage of odd meters and time signatures.


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