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While the overall style is similarly heavy to their first offering, ''Believe'' has a more refined and polished sound that the band has further improved over the years since its debut. Similar to the [[Music/TheSickness album]] that preceded it, ''Believe'' spawned several hit singles including "Prayer", "Remember," and "Liberate" upon its release.

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While the overall style is similarly heavy to their first offering, ''Believe'' has a more refined and polished sound that the band has further improved over the years since its debut. Similar to the [[Music/TheSickness album]] that preceded it, ''Believe'' spawned several hit singles including "Prayer", "Remember," "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DWSlOCEzRGo Prayer]]," [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OaptZgTDWEg Remember]]," and "Liberate" "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LINtBUmNuvI Liberate]]" upon its release.


Believe is the second studio album of Disturbed which was released September 13, 2002 just a few short years after their wildly popular debut album in 2000. The band makes several notable changes in their style and lyrical content this time around, with less emphasis put on being savagely aggressive and more effort to sound melodic and insightful.

While the overall style is similarly heavy to their first offering Believe has a much more refined and polished sound that the band has further improved over the years since its debut. Similar to the [[Music/TheSickness album]] that preceded it Believe spawned several hit singles including "Prayer", "Remember" and "Liberate" upon its release.

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Believe ''Believe'' is the second studio album of Disturbed Music/{{Disturbed}} which was released September 13, 2002 just a few short years after their wildly popular debut album in 2000. The band makes several notable changes in their style and lyrical content this time around, content, with less emphasis put on being savagely aggressive and more effort to sound melodic and insightful.

While the overall style is similarly heavy to their first offering Believe offering, ''Believe'' has a much more refined and polished sound that the band has further improved over the years since its debut. Similar to the [[Music/TheSickness album]] that preceded it Believe it, ''Believe'' spawned several hit singles including "Prayer", "Remember" "Remember," and "Liberate" upon its release.


* ClusterFBomb: "Liberate" is probably the most profane song the band has ever done with the word "motherfucker" appears 16 times, counting stanza repetitions. The rest of the songs on Believe are pretty clean by comparison.

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* ClusterFBomb: "Liberate" is probably the most profane song the band has ever done with the word "motherfucker" appears appearing 16 times, counting stanza repetitions. The rest of the songs on Believe ''Believe'' are pretty clean by comparison.


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* MotorMouth: The opening verse of "Liberate" is sung very fast.


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* NonAppearingTitle: "Bound" never drops the title.


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* PowerBallad: [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oznNPxhZKYA They've turned "Remember" into one]].

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Preceded by ''Music/TheSickness'', succeded by ''Music/TenThousandFists''.
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* GodIsEvil: In "[[ReligionRantSong Prayer]]," God enjoys making you suffer for no good reason.
-->Another nightmare about to come true\\
Will manifest tomorrow\\
Another love that I've taken from you\\
Lost in time, on the edge of suffering\\
Another taste of the evil I breed\\
Will level you completely\\
Bring to life everything that you fear\\
Live in the dark, and the world is threatening
* GriefSong: "Darkness" is a depressive ballad dedicated to David's late grandfather.
%%* HeavyMeta: Rise.
* HoldingOutForAHero: "Liberate."
-->Waiting, for your modern messiah\\
To take away all the hatred\\
That darkens the light in your eye
* ManlyTears: "Rise".
-->I cannot stop this pure emotion / falling from my eyes



* ReligionRantSong: "Prayer" is basically David calling out God for inflicting misery on him to provoke a response and telling him that he can take whatever he dishes out.

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* OurVampiresAreDifferent: "Devour" is vaguely about vampires. The song was inspired by David's experience with the ‘Queen of the Damned’ soundtrack.
* ReligionRantSong: "Prayer" is basically David calling out God for inflicting misery on him to provoke a response and telling him that he can take whatever he dishes out.out. It was heavily inspired by 9/11 and the problems in the world at the time of its writing, carrying themes of the tribulation and hardship piling up like some sadistic test. The overall idea is "It's gotten so bad that I've stopped caring, [[SmiteMeOhMightySmiter so go ahead and kill me, I dare you!]] [[TemptingFate You'll never sway me from my defiance of you]], [[EvilIsPetty you petty bastard]]."
-->Let me enlighten [[{{God}} you]]\\
This is the way I pray\\
Living just isn't hard enough\\
burn me alive, inside!\\
Living my life's not hard enough\\
take everything away!



-->Let me enlighten you
-->this is the way I pray!
-->Living just isn't hard enough
-->burn me alive, inside!
-->Living my life's not hard enough
-->take everything away!

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-->Let -->It's not very godly for a God to inflict pain and suffering on his people to elicit a response. I would hope that God wouldn't be that petty. But if that's what is happening and you're inflicting pain and suffering to get me enlighten you
-->this is
to return to the way I pray!
-->Living just isn't hard enough
-->burn
flock, bring it on. There's nothing that you're going to do to me alive, inside!
-->Living
that's going to change my life's not hard enough
-->take everything away!
conviction or change my path.


!!Liberate your tropes:
* ClusterFBomb: "Liberate" is probably the most profane song the band has ever done with the word "motherfucker" repeated several times throughout. The rest of the songs on Believe are pretty clean by comparison.

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!!Liberate your tropes:
Your Tropes:
* ClusterFBomb: "Liberate" is probably the most profane song the band has ever done with the word "motherfucker" repeated several times throughout.appears 16 times, counting stanza repetitions. The rest of the songs on Believe are pretty clean by comparison.


* SurprisinglyGentleSong: "Darkness." It's one of the softest songs the band has ever done which David wrote after his grandfather passed away.

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* SurprisinglyGentleSong: "Darkness." It's one of the softest songs the band has ever done which David wrote after his grandfather passed away.away.
* SwitchingPOV: "[[ReligionRantSong Prayer]]." The verses are narrated by EvilGod talking to humans about how he enjoys making them suffer for no good reason. In the chorus and the bridge, in response, human [[BringIt dares God to try and break him]].
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[[quoteright:350:https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/believe_7.jpg]]
[[caption-width-right:350:''All your belief / Cannot absolve your sin'']]

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* ReligionRantSong: "Prayer" is basically David calling out God for inflicting misery on him to provoke a response and telling him that he can take whatever he dishes out.
* SmiteMeOMightySmiter: "Prayer" has David daring God to inflict him with punishment while declaring that he can't be swayed with suffering and that he can endure anything God does to him without giving in.
-->Let me enlighten you
-->this is the way I pray!
-->Living just isn't hard enough
-->burn me alive, inside!
-->Living my life's not hard enough
-->take everything away!


* ClusterFBomb: "Liberate" is probably the most profane song the band has ever done with the word "motherfucker" repeated several times throughout. The rest of the songs on Believe are pretty clean by comparison.



* OneWordTitle: Not just the album name, but every single track is a single word as well. Interestingly, Believe is the only album Disturbed does this on.

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* OneWordTitle: Not just the album name, but every single track is a single word as well. Interestingly, Believe is the only album Disturbed does this on.on.
* SurprisinglyGentleSong: "Darkness." It's one of the softest songs the band has ever done which David wrote after his grandfather passed away.


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!!Tracklist:

# "Prayer" (3:41)
# "Liberate" (3:30)
# "Awaken" (4:29)
# "Believe" (4:28)
# "Remember" (4:11)
# "Intoxication (3:14)
# "Rise" (3:57)
# "Mistress" (3:46)
# "Breathe" (4:21)
# "Bound" (3:53)
# "Devour" (3:52)
# "Darkness" (3:56)

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!!Liberate your tropes:
* ConceptAlbum: As the title probably tipped you off Believe is an album revolving around the idea of belief (or lack thereof) in various subjects such as personal faith or belief in someone else.
* OneWordTitle: Not just the album name, but every single track is a single word as well. Interestingly, Believe is the only album Disturbed does this on.

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Believe is the second studio album of Disturbed which was released September 13, 2002 just a few short years after their wildly popular debut album in 2000. The band makes several notable changes in their style and lyrical content this time around, with less emphasis put on being savagely aggressive and more effort to sound melodic and insightful.

While the overall style is similarly heavy to their first offering Believe has a much more refined and polished sound that the band has further improved over the years since its debut. Similar to the [[Music/TheSickness album]] that preceded it Believe spawned several hit singles including "Prayer", "Remember" and "Liberate" upon its release.
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