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'''The Believers''' is a future release from [[How To Destroy Angels]]. It runs 5:37 at 94 BPM.
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'''The Believers''' is the fifth song from [[How To Destroy Angels]]' [[How To Destroy Angels (album)|self-titled]] debut album. It runs 5:37 at 94 BPM.
 
==Song information==
 
==Song information==
 
This song was confirmed to be on the album in an [http://www.wired.com/magazine/2010/05/process_song/ article] on Wired. The song is recorded with three verses and one chorus, and features a wide range of instruments from a vacuum-powered drum machine to an out of tune African marimba.
 
This song was confirmed to be on the album in an [http://www.wired.com/magazine/2010/05/process_song/ article] on Wired. The song is recorded with three verses and one chorus, and features a wide range of instruments from a vacuum-powered drum machine to an out of tune African marimba.
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==Versions==
 
==Versions==
 
===The Believers===
 
===The Believers===
This is the original version, and runs 5:37. The EP release lists its BPM as 94.
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This is the original version, and runs 5:37.
  
 
===The Believers (Wired version)===
 
===The Believers (Wired version)===

Revision as of 02:32, 1 June 2010

The Believers is the fifth song from How To Destroy Angels' self-titled debut album. It runs 5:37 at 94 BPM.

Song information

This song was confirmed to be on the album in an article on Wired. The song is recorded with three verses and one chorus, and features a wide range of instruments from a vacuum-powered drum machine to an out of tune African marimba.

The song was subsequently released by Wired magazine solely through their iPad application[1]

Credits

Appearances

Versions

The Believers

This is the original version, and runs 5:37.

The Believers (Wired version)

Released on May 26th 2010 via Wicked's iPad app, this runs 5:32. The only difference from the officially-released version is the amount of silence at the end of the track.

Lyrics

   Muddy trail beside the water
   Leads the lambs into the slaughter
   Hands and knees, we all atone
   Path is paved with blood and bone
   Trembly hands reveal their purpose
   Blisters form beneath the surface
   No one gonna make us leave
   We're the ones that still believe

   Fear comes piercing through the silence
   In the air, the scent of violence
   Watching from above the trees
   We're the ones that still believe
   We're the ones that still believe
   We're the ones that still believe

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