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Believe - DisturbedBelieve instils belief that they will get better (342 words)
by davey_26 - written on 05/04/10, updated on 05/04/10 (Very useful, 9 readings)
After hearing their first album and remembering two songs, Voices and Stupify in particular, I decided to this, which was at that point their latest offering. The big song from this album came from the explosive Prayer and it is indeed one of the best here. It is about how David is losing or has lost his faith in God, the lyrics are crisp and concise and the thunderous guitar riff fits perfectly. Intoxication is another song that stands out due to it's fast guitar and drums combination. Draiman's vocals are imposing and frenetic, the lyrics impact and the hook doesn't allow the momentum of the song to subside even briefly. What is something of a definite ...
Believe - DisturbedIt Was All Going So Well... (1263 words)
by XICripZ - written on 13/11/09 (Very useful, 40 readings)
In 2002 the Metal band D Disturbed came with "Believe" as their second album to follow directly on from the success which came as they came with "The Sickness" as their debut Nu-Metal offering in 2000 as David Draiman once again takes control and leads them to come with more high-energy material. 1. "Prayer" The album gets underway in a powerful manner as they jump right into some rough material and what was the first single from this album where the content of the music concentrates around hardships in the Draiman s life (most notably the passing of his grandfather and the events of 9/11 as he comes with his half-raps, half-sung approach as ...
Ten Thousand Fists - Disturbed10,000 fists is how i define great rock (450 words)
by davey_26 - written on 06/09/09 (Very useful, 25 readings)
the Phil Collins cover of Land Of Confusion is handled with terrific skill and is reinvented into a powerful rock song which is perhaps more relevant today given the inner and outer turmoil which is being experienced throughout the world. Disturbed have achieved the perfect cocktail of hard rock and accessibility delivering a high octane, powerful, ferocious yet memorable album. I have heard some complaints that there is too much political content but music is an expression of self and clearly this was what Draiman and the other band members were feeling at the time. This comes highly ...