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Believe [Enhanced, Explicit Lyrics]

Disturbed Audio CD
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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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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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5.0 out of 5 stars Disturbed is the future of metal July 11 2003
Format:Audio CD
Disturbed has always been my favorite band. i was not the kid that was into rock at first but hearing disturbed's insane guitar riffs and mind blowing lyrics made me a fan. i didn't think that "believe" was going to be as good as "the sickness" but upon buying it i was blown away. the first song "prayer" which had been leaked like in june of last year was easily became my favorite song. I saw Disturbed at halloweenie roast in october and nearly passed out from dehydration in the mosh pits. i was just stuck to dave draiman's killer voice. i would recommend<- (spelled that wrong) this album to anyone and everyone who is inot the nu-metal scene
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5.0 out of 5 stars Truly a CD worth the buy Dec 7 2002
By Brandon
Format:Audio CD
I've owned this CD since the day it came out. I was expecting a follow-up to the highly acclaimed "Sickness." However, the CD is moving in a different direction. Yes, it does retain some of the hardness that Disturbed made known in the first album. But "BELIEVE" is seemingly taking a step down from it's well established fury and anger. Upon listening to Prayer for the first time, I was very pleased with the progress David Draiman has made in his vocal talent. He has an astoundingly recognizable, yet unique tone. Two songs to listen to are Intoxication and Darkness. The first song being fast-paced and hard hitting. It is here where you get that sense that Draiman has kept some of the power of the first album, "Sickness." When contrasted to Darkness, you see the profound difference that is made in Draiman's voice. It's all acoustic and smooth flowing. Here is where I believe it is possible to see the personal growth in his talents. If you were not impressed with "Sickness," consider looking into "BELIEVE." There are vast differences that will lead the song revolution. I hope Disturbed will keep up the outstanding work, but I am not worried they won't.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Well worth the money Nov. 15 2002
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After owning and often listening to The Sickness, I knew that Disturbed was a good band to listen to if I was feeling upset or was just in need of something to get me pumped up. But upon hearing Prayer, I noticed more depth to the lyrics, which got my hopes up enough over the album that I bought it as soon as I saw it in stores. I wasn't diappointed. The lyrics have much more meaning this time around, they're no longer trying to just produce mindless, raging metal. Several people have complained about this, but these same people's complaints are riddled with spelling/grammatical errors and other obvious signs of their stupidity, and therefore their opinions are of little importance. Back to the album, I particularly liked the songs Liberate, Believe, Intoxication, and Mistress, although the whole thing is good. I especially love the condescending tone directed toward the narrow-minded in the track Liberate. And I think that the final track, Darkness, is a good way to wrap up the album. True, it's extremely soft, but it's interesting to hear Draiman use his voice thus; I hadn't expected him to be capable of such a tone.
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4.0 out of 5 stars This is not "The Sickness" Part 2 July 19 2007
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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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4.0 out of 5 stars Disturbed- believe March 9 2005
By A Customer
Format:Audio CD
another good headbanger but this cd does not live up to sickness but its still very good
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5.0 out of 5 stars One of the best ever Aug. 17 2004
Format:Audio CD
Great rock music mix with a great voice!!! Couldn't be better
You should get it....the sickness(disturbed first album) is also very good. Can't wait for the next one!!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Best sophmore effort ever! July 20 2004
Format:Audio CD
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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1.0 out of 5 stars What The Hell?
What Is This? When I bought this CD, I thought that there was perhaps another band, also called Disturbed, unfortunately no. This is a shame. Read more
Published on Feb. 21 2006 by Joey
5.0 out of 5 stars heyhey lbeat de disturbed!!
j'ai les 2 cds de disturbed pis cé du criss de bon beat ca buche en tabarnack pis ldernier y va etre malade tete aussi hey hey!!
Published on Sept. 16 2005 by LiL_mag_beer
5.0 out of 5 stars Prove that not all Nu-metal is bad
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... Read more
Published on July 8 2004 by silenceofthestorm
4.0 out of 5 stars Finally...A new band worth knowing about
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? Read more
Published on July 2 2004 by "tills_grrl"
5.0 out of 5 stars Ah, yes. Disturbed...
First thing: I LOVE this band. Can't call it metal, but can't call it light, either. I'd definitely say it's alternative. Read more
Published on June 25 2004 by dee electric penguin
1.0 out of 5 stars Changed for the worse
I'm a big Disturbed fan and I have a lot of respect for David. The point is that this cd sucks. In the first cd, the sounds and guitar work gave Disturbed a dark, creepy edge. Read more
Published on June 22 2004 by Embry
5.0 out of 5 stars kick ass
One of the best work out cds ever. If this doens't get you pumped up I don't know what will.
Published on June 21 2004 by "tankergod99"
5.0 out of 5 stars bmpique
The first Distrbed CD was a new sound on the scene that really kicked butt. It was very heavy, hard and crunched. It was also quite dark. Read more
Published on June 16 2004
5.0 out of 5 stars "Believe" that Disturbed is almost perfect.
Here is a band that did a cover of the Tears For Fears 80's hit "Shout" on their debut record, "The Sickness." Here is a band that hails from Chicago, ... Read more
Published on June 10 2004 by Scott "Dr. Music" Itter
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