|2. The Power|
|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|
Cher proves unstoppable with this 1998 release whose title track shot straight to the #1 spot on Billboard's Top-40! A veteran recording artist of 33 years, Cher slides effortlessly into the Euro-disco pop sound that dominated '90s dance halls. Shake your money maker with this newly remastered album on CD.
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
This is a Fantastic Cd of Cher's. Cher helped to arrange the paragraphs and do a few touch ups on Believe and the sound effects were all Cher's idea and the first ever in the music... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Donna C
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. Read morePublished on Nov. 13 2006 by Brian loves music
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. Read morePublished on June 14 2004 by B. Viberg
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. Read morePublished on May 30 2004 by Preston L. Moreaux
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!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Cher's 1998 success of "Believe" marks her as the oldest woman to ever have a chart topper, and a number one hit. Read morePublished on March 24 2004
To the 1st Cher album I bought. It's totally different from her past work - and in my opinion...that's a good thing.
Cher also released her BEST remixes off of 'Believe'. Read more