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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!
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
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 morePublished on Feb. 21 2006 by Joey
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
another good headbanger but this cd does not live up to sickness but its still very goodPublished on March 9 2005
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!!
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 morePublished on June 25 2004 by dee electric penguin
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 morePublished on June 22 2004 by Embry
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"
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 morePublished on June 16 2004