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Believe In Me Single


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Disappointed Fun. Fan 15 April 2014
By Christopher A Gorski - Published on Amazon.com
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I love Fun., but there's nothing original here. It's a mix of bits of common holiday songs, arranged such that at low volume it could easily be mistaken for department store music at Christmastime. Save your money and use it to buy their album "Aim and Ignite" instead.
WIsh it were on the Utah Saints album 18 April 2013
By Drew R. Maerz - Published on Amazon.com
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This is a US import only extended mix of "Believe In Me". The song was included in the 1993 UK CD release, but not on the 1992 US CD release. What a shame! Sampling from The Human League's "Love Action (I Beleive in Love)" from the Dare! album, the song is a great example of what stadium house music should be. The song and it's remixes keep the toes tapping and energy flowing from beginning to end.
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