[Do You Believe]

"Do You Believe" [European]
Definitiva/Universal (0195752)
Release Date: November 14, 2002

Paul K's "Do You Believe" is a song of adoration for a significant other, which is set to a dance beat and prominently features guitar. The two strongest mixes on the single are the Piparo Main Mix and the Piparo Radio Edit. My least favorite mixes on the single are the Club Mix and the Club Edit; in these mixes, the guitar parts were completely removed and replaced with a synth part that emulates the guitar's parts. While these mixes aren't bad, there's just something that seems to be missing from the track when the guitar is removed. The Feel The Bass Mix retains the guitar, but incorporates effects on the vocals, as well as additional synth sounds. While I like this mix over the Club Mix and the Club Edit, it just doesn't quite grab me as much as the original mix does.

"Do You Believe" is a great song, but, unfortunately, the single is getting hard to come by. If you like this song and happen to stumble upon the single, buy it immediately... because you may never be able to find it again.

(reviewed by Lesley Muir on October 16, 2003)

Paul K
Do You Believe [European]
Definitiva/Universal (0195752)
  • Do You Believe [Piparo Radio Edit]
  • Do You Believe [Club Edit]
  • Do You Believe [Piparo Main Mix]
  • Do You Believe [Club Mix]
  • Do You Believe [Feel The Bass Mix]

"Do You Believe" written by G. Boretti, R. Piparo, and P. Cassarino

"Do You Believe" produced by Riccardo Piparo

"Do You Believe" remixed by Riccardo Piparo
Review © 2003 Lesley Muir Aeschliman
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