The industrial/electronic band Argyle Park "reopened" in 1999 under the name AP2, signing to alternative Christian music label Tooth & Nail Records. AP2 released one album called Suspension of Disbelief in 2000.
Scott Albert, formerly of Circle of Dust and now using the name Klayton, produced the album and wrote only two of the songs while his younger brother, Level, did the bulk of the actual song crafting and Buka provided thematic direction for the project. Guest appearances were made once more, but not nearly as numerously as on Misguided: Klank returned, as did Mark Salomon (The Crucified, Stavesacre,) and Joel Timothy Bell of the Tooth & Nail punk band Ghoti Hook also provided some vocals.
The music on Suspension of Disbelief was just as varied as that on Misguided, with the band experimenting with techno, dance, drum'n'bass, R&B, punk, ambient, and metal.
The members planned to keep the project open and release additional albums, but again shut down later in 2000, this time due to low sales through Tooth & Nail and a resurgence of the criticisms that dogged the band the first time around. Online debates and slander continued long after the disbanding of AP2, causing former members to occasionally post angry retorts and chastisements on the message boards and, if one post by Buka was to be believed, caused the band to scrap a proposed tenth anniversary remix project in 2004.