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Believe Enhanced, Explicit Lyrics


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  • Audio CD (Sept. 17 2002)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Enhanced, Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Warner Music
  • ASIN: B000069KN8
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  DVD Audio
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (383 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #674 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Prayer
2. Liberate
3. Awaken
4. Believe
5. Remember
6. Intoxication
7. Rise
8. Mistress
9. Breathe
10. Bound
11. Devour
12. Darkness

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After the double-platinum, Top 30 success of Y2K's The Sickness, the Chicago metal quartet Disturbed is back with a much-anticipated sophomore album. Believe is more of everything that made the band's debut album such a phenomenon - more melodic, more intense, more metal, even more powerful. Says the band: "In an age of nothing, at a time when we stand at the brink of our own destruction - strengthen your belief, in yourself, in the future of humanity, in the things of this world which cannot easily be perceived...When it seems that all you have left are the dead remnants of the fabric of your life - Believe." The enhanced portion of the CD includes the video for the single "Prayer," which you WON'T see on MTV!

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The Windy City alt-metal provocateurs Disturbed surprised everyone when their debut, The Sickness, sold over 2 million copies. Here, once again, the band's imperious chrome-domed vocalist David Draiman bleats out the band's messages of nonconformity, self-empowerment, and individuality with a passion and ferocity that hasn't been heard since the '60s--though there's little room for peace, love, and understanding in Disturbed's world. Instead, Draiman laces the band's message with equal parts rage, disgust, and menace, all delivered in a thundering voice that alternates from the lyrical to the grizzled. Ozzy Osbourne has called Disturbed the "future of metal," and he might be right; they have almost single-handedly plucked the genre out of the aggro dung heap and fueled it with intelligence. The band is just as aggressive here as on their debut, but they've lost some of their dark angst, and as a result have created a melodic, psychically lighter album, despite the fact that the CD kicks off with "Prayer," a conversation between Draiman and God, inspired by the singer's grandfather's death. --Jaan Uhelszki

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If you have heard Disturbed's "The Sickness" and loved it (who wouldn't?), then expect to be surprised by this sophomore effort: whether the surprise is a pleasant one or not will largely depend on whether you expect this album to sound like the first one.

"Believe" is NOT a reprise of "The Sickness"; in fact, some of the songs sound so different from those of the first album, it is almost shocking. "Devour" was such an instance of utter surprise for me, and not an entirely pleasant one at that: it is, after all, a ballad (yikes!), and it seems so completely at odd with the rest of the album, I'm still debating on whether or not I like it at all.

Generally, "Believe" does not have quite as hard a sound as "The Sickness" did, but that does not make it any less powerful. What the album lacks in sheer aggressivity, it compensates for with more maturity: the anger and darkness are still present, but in subtler tones and shades of grey. David Draiman's vocals are more melodic and, without much of the rawness that characterized "The Sickness", give many of the songs on "Believe" a more melancholy feel.

Overall, "Believe" is an excellent album that is sure to please the most discerning alternative / nu metal fans.
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I heard Disturbed's first album and i was instantly hooked. The unique and different vocals combined with the heavy guitar riffs and excellent drumming makes for an amazing metal experiance that very few bands will be able to match.That was all that made the debut so impressive and with this effort Disturbed has even made a better album by correcting on mistakes that were made on the last album. For one the album now has more variations and maturity as compared to the last one. Tracks like darkness and prayer may not represent the heavy sound that was common on the sickness but allow for lead singer David Draiman to showcase his vocal range along with the amazing instrumental sound that the band can produce. This leads to the second reason why the album is a good effort, as each song on the album sounds better in terms of the music and lyrics these guys have made sure that u get an album that is not too similar to the sickness while not being too different at the same time. What u hav here is an improved effort by a band which has topped it's debut by improving on little mistakes or making improvements that tweak there sound.
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I'm not a big fan of Nu-metal. Generally speaking these are immature bands with a whining singer screaming on top of his voice, forgettable guitar-work, no bass, simple beats, and repeating every cliché KoRn originally came up with.
This album, however, is a very pleasant surprise. It stands high above the majority of nu-metal bands. Unlike most bands, Disturbed has a clear own sound. They allready showed some of this with their debut "The sickness". Now, with "Believe", they expand and improve on it.
Guitars, drums and bass (yes you can actually hear the bass!) are all quite good, together creating their own, unique sound. Don't expect incredible firework or solo's though.
However, the thing that takes Disturbed to a higher level are the vocals of David. He's without a doubt one of the best singers in today's music scene. Not only has he an amazing voice, going from thundering and majestic to very soft and tender, he also comes up with beautifull singlines and powerfull lyrics. Just compare Davids majestic voice to the singer of Linkin Park blurting out "I wanna heeeeeal I wanna feeeeeel". There's no competition.
The combination of these 4 elements result in some iron-strong songs such as "Prayer", "Breathe", "Rise", and the beautifull song "Remember". Especially the latter sounds very epic and haunting, despite the fact it's running time is only 4 minutes. After 11 songs, varying from heavy to more melodic, the album ends in a perfect way with the beautifull acoustic "Darkness".
"Believe" proves that not all Nu-metal is immature crap, as long as the musicians are ready to expand their horizons and stop repeating all cliché's over and over again (like Linkin Park did with Meteora).
I really recommend this album, even if you're not into metal. The strong melodies will surely get you hooked.
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I have been wrestling with my musical desire for a band that actual has something to say...and a kick ass bass line to back it up. Then I find Disturbed.... Album one? Awesome...hard, gritty really in your face and dirty, just the way I remember metal to be. When I picked up Believe, hell I would have been happy with another gritty album, but surprise surprise...the band changed a bit, songs still have the potent impact they always did, here is another facet of the band...SO GREAT to actually have another band who knows that they are not a printing press...they do not do the same song with different lyrics, hell they don't even do the same type album, the music is very different but not so drastic that you wonder what they hell they were thinking...you just enjoy the product. Top song to me on the album is Awaken, great lyrics, great backup nothing bad to report. Now, when are all the other poser bands going to pull it together and finally show the public (like Disturbed has) that there is more to the music than 3 chords and a drum?
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