The Believers ‎– Who Dares To Believe In Me?

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Strictly Rhythm ‎– SR12196
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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A1 Who Dares To Believe In Me? (Original Mix)
Guitar – Bill GraeberSaxophone – Steve Graeber
8:07
A2 Who Dares To Believe In Me? (Da Bass Beats)
Guitar – Bill GraeberSaxophone – Steve Graeber
4:09
B1 Who Dares To Believe In Me? (Just Living High Mix) 5:41
B2 Who Dares To Believe In Me? (Mind Readers Mix)
Co-producer – D. Neloms*, Proffessor TraxxRemix – Mind Readers
7:12

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A Megatrend Production.
Recorded at Megatrend Studios of Chicago.
Special thanx to: Tha World of House Muzic!

A reissue also exists from about 1994-95: The Believers - Who Dares To Believe In Me?
The reissue can be identified as follows:
- The bricks are more of an orange colour on the reissue & more brown coloured on this original pressing
- On the reissue the address printed at the bottom of the label is 920 Broadway, Suite 1403, NY 10010 compared to 1650 Broadway, NY10019 on this first pressing (Strictly Rhythm moved offices in late 1994)

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout etching A): SR-12196-A EUROPADISK NY USA 8932
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout etching B): SR-12196-B EUROPADISK NY USA 8932

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fergusdiscs

fergusdiscs

July 26, 2016
Love the original on this. Killer sax moves which i've found are very similar to this Lil Louis track in certain parts.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EVbmP3jfwpI (compare 5:11 to 4:20 in the believers track).
Sounds like an intentional homage to me.

NATAIT

NATAIT

July 21, 2016
i search for many years a bootleg that cuts up sax loop from Who dares..with repeated "flowers and the bees, birds in tha trees.." repeated vocal, anyone kno it? from 93-94..
Musicure

Musicure

October 24, 2015
Roy Davis Jr. genius. Massive. Find a set where Derrick May works this and understand the rhetorical question.
Anime_Gee

Anime_Gee

February 29, 2004

Yes!! This is a classic house record. If you're a true house head & you don't own this, you should be ashamed of yourself. The <B>Original Mix</B> is the one to listen to. It's very jazzy, deep, & has a drum kick hard enough to rock any warehouse! (^_^ )
eleeut

eleeut

November 18, 2003

Definitely a mid 90s classic - this is perhaps THE tune that made me understand what "house" was about. I can still recall dancing to this as it was being played by Doc Martin at Twilo a bit after 6am one Saturday morning during the summer of '96, and it was one of those internalized "cosmic moments" in which everything was alright, even if just for a few fleeting moments.