Interesting Questions, Facts and Information
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Interesting Questions, Facts, and Information
|When the words on the cd of 'The Sickness' are right-side up, which face represents David?||Disturbed Trivia
Madness has now come over me.
A crazily grinning 'smiley' face.
He was the only one that wanted to do original songs..
|What is the name of the 13th track of 'The Sickness,' released only on the Japanese version of the album?||Disturbed Trivia
Devour. "Stupify" contains a line that is in Hebrew.
Bound. Fuzz is Disturbed's bass player.
Breathe. Most of Disturbed's music videos are shot live from their concerts.
Darkness. "Darkness" is a slow, haunting song with only an acoustic guitar, cello and piano as the instruments.
Mistress. "God of the Mind" is a song that was only released on the Japanese version of "The Sickness".
Intoxication. "Intoxication" was the first song on "Believe" to feature David's signature animal noises.
Prayer. "Prayer" was the first single from "Believe" to be released.
Remember. The name of Disturbed's first tour was "Music As a Weapon".
Liberate. David Draiman is originally from Brooklyn, NY.
Believe. This is the title track off of their sophomore album.
|These lyrics are "insane". What song are they from?
"Branded like an animal/I can still feel them burning my mind/you believe that you made your message clear..."||Disturbed Lyric Mix
Perfect Insanity. This song (and video) can be found on the "Disturbed M.O.L." DVD
|These lyrics are from what song?
"Another truth you can never believe/has crippled you completely/all the cries you're beginning to hear/trapped in your mind and the sound is deafening..."||Disturbed Lyric Mix
Prayer. David wrote the song as sort of a "bring it on" statement. He implies in the song that nothing the Judeo-Christian God can throw at you will deter you from your path.
Be afraid. These lyrics are off of "Stupify". The language David is chanting in is Hebrew.
|These lyrics are from what song?
"I'm not ready to die, girl/Because of what you don't tell me/I'm not ready to walk inside of where you're taking me/I'm not ready to die, girl/because of what you don't tell me..."||Disturbed Lyric Mix
Bound. Disturbed performs "Bound" live on the "Music As A Weapon II" CD/DVD package.
|What "God"-like song are these lyrics from?
"Time a changing a wasting/come and get up in my face again yes/time given the run around to me..."||Disturbed Lyric Mix
God of the Mind. Another unreleased Disturbed track. It appears on the Japanese version of "The Sickness" and on the "Valentine" soundtrack.
|What is the song that contains the following lyrics?
"Hell is still overburdened/I must stand and wait in line/I may never know for certain/When will be my time..."||Disturbed Lyric Mix
Overburdened. Off of their third album "Ten Thousand Fists". This is a song about dead soldiers standing in line waiting to go into hell and wondering how they got there.
|What "freaky" song are these lyrics from?
"Wake up, are you alive/will you listen to me/I'm gonna talk about..."||Disturbed Lyric Mix
Voices. This song was written after David watched a Discovery Channel show about serial killers.
|What song are these lyrics from?
"You will release your life/forgetting what's forsaken/the reason why/you are alone again..."||Disturbed Lyric Mix
Breathe. According to David, this song was written with "an old school slasher-movie vibe."
|What is the name of the song that the following lyrics appear in?
"I'm over it/you see I'm falling in the vast abyss/clouded by memories of the past..."||Disturbed Lyric Mix
Forsaken. A song performed by David Draiman for the "Queen of the Damned" soundtrack. It was written by Johnathan Davis of Korn.
|The following lyrics are from what Disturbed song?
"Gather your pathetic masses and bring them to me/to a world devoid of lie..."||Disturbed Lyric Mix
A Welcome Burden. One of their unreleased tracks. It can be found on the "Dracula 2000" soundtrack and on their "M.O.L." DVD.
|What words will complete the following line?
"What a ______ we've fallen over..."||Disturbed Lyric Mix
stumbling block. This is one of the songs where Disturbed gets political. The song is on "Ten Thousand Fists".