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Believe [Import]

Cher Audio CD
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1. Believe
2. The Power
3. Runaway
4. All Or Nothing
5. Strong Enough
6. Dov'e L'amore
7. Takin' Back My Heart
8. Taxi Taxi
9. Love Is The Groove
10. We All Sleep Alone

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Cher's recording career has long taken a back seat to her acting pursuits, but with Believe she's back with a vengeance as a throbbing disco diva. Although no fewer than five producers with dance pedigrees are along for the project (including Todd Terry, Junior Vasquez of Madonna fame, and Rob Dickins, who helped resurrect Rod Stewart's ailing career), this is by no means a dance album in the '90s trip-hop sense of the term. Rather, it's a tour de force that summons mid-'70s images of strobe-lighted dance floors, sequined miniskirts, and writhing bodies. In "Power," Cher wails, "Ain't nothing changed much through the years." Not a bad thing in this case, since Cher's star was still rising in the steamy '70s and '80s with a string of hits that included the disco gem "Take Me Home" and the haunting "If I Could Turn Back Time." Although not blessed with much vocal range, Cher knows how to work a song with her trademark sultry, slightly ironic delivery. And she's certainly in fine form on the masterful title track, which is marred only by the intrusive, anachronistic wah-wah vocal effect. --Jaan Uhelszki

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5.0 out of 5 stars What a comeback this was Nov. 13 2006
Format:Audio CD
Not only did Cher orchestrate one of the biggest comebacks in music history with this album, but she put out one of the best dance albums of all time. There is one awesome dance song after another.

This album is as enjoyable today as it was back in 1998. The album and the singer are true classics.
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5.0 out of 5 stars The best album of Chers career May 6 2004
By A Customer
Format:Audio CD
After several not well recieved albums from Cher she finally hits the mark. She melded great with Rock in the 80's and came back to dance music at the end of the 1990's! What can I say, every song on this album is a gem. A few I didn't like a first but they grew on me and now I love em.
Her follow up album, Living Proof, was created with the same writers and producers but lost a lot of the magic this album had unfortunately.
For Cher fans this is probably the best album of her career.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Cher's voice is ageless April 24 2004
Format:Audio CD
Cher's voice never ages. Her voice is so powerful and strong.
This CD is definitely on of my faves, and I'm a Cher fan.
You go Cher!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Stirring... March 15 2004
Format:Audio CD
If you ask me?. The year 1998/1999 were probably one of the best years in the entire music history. There was so much good music to choose from, whether as today the range of choice is very small.
Cher's ''Believe'' along with Madonna's ''Ray Of Light'' were both probably the best released albums in the year 1998. I have never again managed to enjoy an album the way I enjoyed those two and I'm glad that both albums won very deserving Grammy's. This one having winning the ''Best Dance Album'' of the year.
I will never forget when I rushed out to the Music store after hearing it on the radio, I had to wait 1 week before I was able to buy the CD, because nearly every music store I went to in Center town told me that they had sold out of ''Believe''. And Talking About Videos? ''Believe'' in my opinion was one of the coolest Videos back in the 90's.
1. Believe. Produced at ''Dream House Studios'', received first quality in digital technology. The way the song starts off is very reflecting then it taps into delicious and sharp disco beats which build up to her vocals. Very Hot dance track.
2. The Power. This track features Cher in her semi mystical and pop state. This is a good track, but the remaining tracks on this album clearly outshine this one.
3. Runaway. This is really a potent & powerful track, I was so disappointed when I heard it wasn't going to be released as single, It was released as a promo but didn't manage to get enough attention. If you want to hear something rather sad and mind-blowing then you'd like this track.
4. All Or Nothing. This track, which was produced by the ''Metro'' crew with the influence of Todd Terry (If I'm correct). This was the third single off this album, it was released while Cher was doing the ''Believe'' Tour in Las Vegas.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Believe June 14 2004
Format:Audio CD
Believe is a pretty good album. The singing is awesome; but the lyrics are pretty stupid and inane. She has never been good lyricist and that is pretty evident on this album. Even though this is true it is a good album.
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4.0 out of 5 stars It took Believe to get her back on top again! May 30 2004
Format:Audio CD
This is a good album by Cher! I think that she got tired of singing midtempo rock songs and wanted to get back to dancing again. I like the electronica direction she takes on this album. It's made Brian Rawling and Mark Taylor far more received now with their rumbling dance songs on her album and others. Runaway, Believe, All or Nothing and the other offerings are quite different. The least favorite song I don't care too much is "Taking Back My Heart." It kind of drags a bit and doesn't fit well into the album. I like Taxi Taxi as well. Another song that stands out is her dance version of her '87 song "We All Sleep Alone." It takes a more disco direction this time as opposed to the Bon Jovi-based power ballad sound of before, and it has me dancing to it every time! I have listened to her later album "Living Proof" more, but "Believe" is such a fabulous effort from her--she sounds more confident on this one than past efforts.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Yeah 5 stars! What can I say? April 9 2004
By Ellery
Format:Audio CD
Its Believe, enough said. Its like "girl just wanna have fun" by cyndi lauper, in this way only: Everyone knows it and everyone loves it. This album, which is dedicated to gay men (by the way [ said Cher ]) hit the charts and stayed at number one for months!!! Everyone was litening to it and it was Cher's most rememborable period in life. Okay okay, enough about believe. The other tracks are great too!
Strong enough-its also a song that many would enjoy after hearing for the first time. I love it cus' its so silly and it has such a fun vibe.
All or nothing is similiar to song for the lonely almost. it has that feeling thats so raw and down to the soul.
The power- its such an interesting song, like no other Cher's ever done.
And of course there are many more. I would have to say my least favorite on this album would have to be "taken back my heart." Nothings there, its just to bland and i don't care for it.
So there you have it! Buy it, and enjoy!(...)
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5.0 out of 5 stars I believe in CHER!! March 25 2004
By A Customer
Format:Audio CD
Cher's 1998 success of "Believe" marks her as the oldest woman to ever have a chart topper, and a number one hit. The title track was THE pop song of 1998, putting artists like Brandy, Monica, Lauryn Hill and Britney Spears in 2nd place. "Believe" in my opinion is better and more danceable than 2001's hit "Living Proof." She also works with Madonna's prodcuer William Orbit. Some people say Cher copied MAdonna's dance style of "Ray of Light" but I sitll love both even if she did copy Madonna. I dont thinks he did though. Anyways, this includes great dance james like "Taxi Taxi", "Love D'Amour", "All or Nothing" and a remix of the 1988 classic "We All Sleep Alone." If you're a Cher fan your CD collecion is NOTHING without "Believe", a dance classic and the best dance/pop album of 1998!
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