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  • CD (17 septembre 2002)
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  • ASIN : B000069KN8
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Cet album est tout simplement génial!!!!!!!du bon son, du rythme et même une balade à tomber à la fin!que du bonheur!!!!!!!!!!!
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Je ne suis pas d'accord avec le commentaire précédent: j'ai été conquis par cet album!
On y retrouve toujours de bonnes musiques entraînantes (notamment "Liberate" qui est tout bonnement excellente!), ainsi que beaucoup de mélodies et de super refrains accrocheurs!
Cet album est donc très bon, certes différent du premier ("The Sickness") mais pas mauvais pour autant!
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Sans doute le plus mauvais des trois albums de Disturbed, Believe ne parvient pas à retenir l'attention plus longtemps que les 2-3 premiers titres. On s'endort vite, un comble...
Jetez-vous plutôt sur Ten Thousand Fists, le 3e album du groupe: ça bouge beaucoup plus et les artistes étaient visiblement bien plus inspirés.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 This is improvement. 26 octobre 2002
Par Andy - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I've always liked Disturbed, but I never really thought of them as one of those bands that would stick around for a substantial amount of time. But after buying this CD, I might change my mind. Listening to The Sickness, I figured "this is good enough music for the moment." Enter their sophomore release, Believe. Disturbed have done EXACTLY what every band should do with their second release. This album, in a way, answered my "prayer" for a better and more diverse Disturbed. Believe improves everything that was wrong with The Sickness. There are no boring spots, this CD is pure energy and David's vocals and lyrics are so much more mature and not as repetitive as before (no monkey noises this time, either). There are songs on here for everyone: the heavy "Liberate" and "Bound," the melodic "Darkness" and nine other tracks that fall somewhere in the middle. Standout tracks: "Breathe" "Believe" "Liberate" "Rise" and "Bound." If you liked The Sickness, check this out. If you HATED The Sickness, check this out. Everyone can find something they like in it. Also, make sure you see them live, you'll appreciate their music so much more after you do.
16 internautes sur 17 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Breaking the Barrier 6 novembre 2003
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
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If ever there was a band that truly wanted to stand out for what it believed (no pun intended) in, Disturbed has truly become that band. This album is raw. There are no electronics on this album. This album separated Disturbed from the "nu" bands like Limp Bizkit, or Linkin Park. Disturbed bring out a new type of modern metal without it being "nu". With that brings a classic, unique, and well structured album.
David Draiman's vocals have had the biggest change. With his long throaty choruses there is also the distinguished "raspy" sound that is unique to this band alone. "Prayer" offers the biggest breakthrough, with a very hard beat, and heavy riffs that accompany Draiman's voice to deliver a religious message from the heavy burdens of Job. "Rise" brings out a very unique but familiar metal sound that has been forgotten by many metal enthusiasts.
The songs that really bring out David's voice the most, however, are "Remember", which appears to be about all the bad times he has had to endure, and overcome; "Darkness" is a softer, highly versatile change and in some ways almost gothic. It is a slow, lyrical project of disappointment and frustration. Not nearly a hit, but it offers a view of the potential of Disturbed, and the possibilities the band can offer it's fans to keep them guessing.
Although this album doesn't fall exactly in sync with the rest of the rock and metal coming out these days, "Believe" gives Disturbed fans a new approach to listen to heavy metal. Every song may not be an instant hit, but it's constant change and unique sound is a pleasant step away from the norm.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Disturbed grow, improve their sound with "Believe" 23 septembre 2002
Par ohnjayjdp - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Due to their commercial popularity, Disturbed can't help but be classified as a "nu-metal", mainstream band. Some people have a problem with Disturbed and their popularity, as any successful metal band these days is categorized as a sell-out. Call them whatever you want, but I say "Who cares?" When a band releases a CD as good as "Believe", the music speaks for itself.
While "The Sickness" DID have a more mainstream sound, it still was a decent metal CD. My real problem with that release was it's lack of diversity and the way that the songs really lost strength towards the end of the album. In this respect, "Believe" is the opposite of "The Sickness". Upon 1st listen to this CD, one will have no doubt that he/she is hearing the band Disturbed -- the traditional vocals and guitar of the band are well represented on this album. While retaining their signature style, Disturbed have greatly increased their musical range, voacally and (more noticably) musically. The songs, especially the later ones, are heavier and use more aggressive guitar and drum techniques. The CD starts with the excellent song "Prayer" and then evolves into a string of heavy, riff-driven tracks until the gentle, accoustic closer "Darkness". In between, there are several very good straight-forward metal tracks such as "Believe", "Intoxication", "Mistress", and "Devour". Most importantly, this is a complete CD -- a very solid listen from beginning to end.
"Believe" is an excellent album that metal fans should be eager to hear. With this CD, Disturbed have definately set themselves apart from the rest of the pack.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Believe it! Disturbed did it again 26 janvier 2003
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...the music world had another bomb dropped on it...its name was "BELIEVE" because if anyone thought that Disturbed was a one album wonder or just another fake act (like I've read in some other reviews) Listening to Believe will convince anyone that Disturbed will be one of the top bands in the world for a long time...below is my list of ratings for every song on "Believe":
1. Prayer 10/10 - One awesome song
2. Liberate 10/10 - I didn't like this song right away but it grew on me and now its one of my favorites
3. Awaken 10/10 - Great opening and chorus, love that barking David!
4. Believe 10/10 - another song that became a favorite after consistent listening
5. Remember 10/10 - Great guitar opening and exellent guitars throughout
6. Intoxication 9/10 - Well no one is perfect, so thats why the perfect tens disappear...but I still like this one, again great barks from Dave in the song
7. Rise 9/10 - I just started liking this song...mainly due to the strong mid-song guitars
8. Mistress 10/10 - Love the guitars throughout, great pace and sang beautifully
9. Breathe 10/10 - not the usual guitar some of us may not be used to but still nice song and execellent chorus
10. Bound 10/10 - TURN YOUR SPEAKERS UP! The opening guitar blasts as well as the guitars that start the second verse...GREAT!
11. Devour 8/10 - Mainly the one song I'm still trying to get used to but I still like it!
12. Darkness 10/10 - Dave can sing and thats all there is to it!
9 internautes sur 10 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 The Exact Opposite of a Sophomore Slump 27 février 2004
Par Nicholas Alla Koholick - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Disturbed made quite a ripple in the music world with The Sickness. It was an album that was a perfect example of "nu-metal." Angry words, downtuned riffs, harsh electronics, and a crazy lead singer on top of it all. What caused this band to stand apart was the fact that their composition and arrangement skills far exceded those of the average teenagers and the idiots in Korn. Their innate ability to take elements of their influences and forge a somewhat new sound rather than imitate completely was equally commendable.
It took two years to use The Sickness as a springboard to create an album on the level of Believe.
All the pasty, 98-pound mallgoths hated this album upon first sight, much less listen. Less-than-subtle religious overtones, a banned 'spiritual' video, and the rumour of an acoustic piece frightened them away rather quickly. And what they feared I was nearly drooling to receive. Almost everything improved from their debut. The riffs increased their diversity, dynamics, and are much more \m/ worthy this time around. The lyrics lost much of the needless profanity. The animal grunting was lost, as was the shameful attempt at rapping. Double bass drums thunder along, guitar leads erupt from nowhere, and emotional, evocative singing soars over the mix courtesy of frontman David Draiman. A few singing lessons transformed his voice into a gorgeous instrument, proven by tracks such as the title track, "Remember," and the chilling acoustic/cello/piano closer "Darkness." That last song sounds like it could have come from the Opeth songbook.
Here, a startlingly mainstream band reveals the fruits of evolution, and proves 'maturity' doesn't always mean flowers in your hair or duets with Sheryl Crow.
If you liked The Sickness for its compositional skills more than its catchy, teen-angst element, I strongly recommend Believe. A metal album proving the future may not be so bleak after all...
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