The Power to Believe
Studio album by King Crimson
24 February 2003
The Tracking Room,
Nashville, TN Studio
Belew, Nashville, TN
Pat's Garage, Austin, TX Mixing Room, Nashville, TN
(mixing) The Shop,
Hoboken, NJ (remixing)
DGM SoundWorld, Salisbury, WL (mastering) The White House,
Chagford, DO (mastering)
Progressive rock, Progressive metal
King Crimson chronology
is the thirteenth studio album by English band The Power to Believe King Crimson, released in February 2003 by record label Sanctuary. It is a companion to the preceding mini-album (2002). Happy With What You Have to Be Happy With
Background and content [ edit ]
and Level Five Happy With What You Have to Be Happy With acted as work-in-progress reveals for the album, which Fripp described as "the culmination of three years of Crimsonising". The album incorporated reworked and/or retitled versions of "Deception of the Thrush" ("The Power to Believe III") and four of the EP tracks, plus a 1997 Soundscape with added instrumentation and vocals ("The Power to Believe: Coda"). Lyrics from an Adrian Belew solo song ("All Her Love is Mine") act as a linking theme across the four parts of the title track.
Release [ edit ]
Released on 24 February 2003, the album reached number number 150 in the
and Billboard 200 Top Internet Albums charts. 
Track listing [ edit ]
All songs written by
Adrian Belew, Robert Fripp, Trey Gunn and Pat Mastelotto, except where noted.
"The Power to Believe I:
A Cappella" Belew
"Eyes Wide Open"
"Facts of Life (
"Facts of Life"
"The Power to Believe II: Power Circle"
"Happy with What You Have to Be Happy With"
"The Power to Believe III: Deception of the Thrush"
"The Power to Believe IV:
Personnel [ edit ]
David Singleton – production, compilation, sequencing, editing, mastering, management
Machine – production, engineering, mixing, remixing, recording, additional programming Simon Heyworth – mastering
Jeff Juliano – additional engineering
Ken Latchney – haiku voice recording
Tim Faulkner – voice source on "Elektrik"
Bill Munyon – additional
Sound design Matt Hill – Warr guitar rack construction
P. J. Crook – cover artwork ( Fin de Siecle) Hugh O'Donnell – sleeve design
Charlie Hewitt – management
Adrian Molloy – strategic liaison
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