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|1. The Power to Believe, Pt. 1: A Cappella|
|2. Level Five|
|3. Eyes Wide Open|
|5. Facts of Life (Intro)|
|6. Facts of Life|
|7. The Power to Believe, Pt. 2|
|8. Dangerous Curves|
|9. Happy with What You Have to Be Happy With|
|10. The Power to Believe, Pt. 3|
|11. The Power to Believe, Pt. 4: Coda [Live]|
Stunning instrumentals, with some very technical and exciting guitar work, as well as very solid song writing.
Throughout these evolutionary steps there remained a sense of expressing a consistent aesthetic within a variety of musical ideas.
Buy the CD, if you don't like it give it a chance it's really a great work, one I've been waiting for as a fan some 20+ years.
This may be the best Crimson album since the remarkable "Red" of the mid-70's. KC has formed, and disbanded so many times, but always under the leadership and direction of... Read morePublished 8 months ago by J. G. Lewis
Different, rawer, more electronic than earlier 80's stuff.
A kaleidoscope of sounds and energy.
Great for listening to and doing what needs to be done.
The Power to Believe (2003) is the last studio album by King Crimson. Over a decade later, there's talk of a reformation, and I certainly hope it materializes. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Todd7
Released in 2003, KC's `The Power to Believe' features the same Fripp-Belew-Gunn-Mastelotto quartet as its immediate predecessor `The Construkction of Light'. Read morePublished 17 months ago by The Guardian
This is supposedly King Crimson's last studio effort, since Robert Fripp announced his retirement from music last year*. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Neil C. Delaplane
In an article for The All Music Guide, Bruce Eder suggests that King Crimson is one of the Progressive Rock bands from the late 60s which, by the 80s and 90s had dramatically... Read morePublished 19 months ago by M. Samild
I'm a pretty big KC fan of all the versions of this band (my favorite will always be Starless and Bible Black) but as far as recent offerings go I really enjoyed this CD. Read morePublished on April 16, 2012 by P. J. Duffy
Mr. Fripp and his team of musicians (Pat Mastelotto - Drums, Trey Gunn - Bass, Adrian Belew - Guitar) are forces to be reckoned with. They are on point for this incredible album. Read morePublished on February 18, 2012 by Lloyd Wills
'Happy with what you have to be happy with' is a good swipe at younger bands who lack any talent (I think Limp Bizkit especially). Read morePublished on February 22, 2011 by Tnahpellee