Album artwork for Believe by Cher
Album artwork for Believe by Cher
Album artwork for Believe by Cher

Dedicated to her ex-husband Sony Bono who died earlier that year, the Grammy-nominated, 4x platinum 1998 release is of course anchored by the chart topping title track "Believe" which famously pioneered the use of Auto-Tune. Beyond being the oldest female artist to achieve a No. 1 hit on the Billboard Hot 100, Cher set a few other records with "Believe." She set the record for a solo artist with the longest span of time between No. 1 hits (her previous chart-topper, "Dark Lady," was released in 1974) and the record for the longest gap between her first No. 1 song (Sonny and Cher's "I Got You Babe" was released in 1965).

Cher

Believe

Warner Bros
Album artwork for Believe by Cher
LP

$26.99

Black
Released 05/21/2021Catalog Number

A 573501

Album artwork for Believe by Cher
CDx2

$26.99

25th Anniversary Deluxe Edition

Released 11/03/2023Catalog Number

CD 725267

Album artwork for Believe by Cher
LPx3 +

$94.99

25th Anniversary Deluxe Edition, Original LP two LPs of newly remastered electrifying remixes from the era plus exclusive numbered lithograph

Clear, Sea Blue & Light Blue

Released 11/03/2023Catalog Number

A 725261

Cher

Believe

Warner Bros
Album artwork for Believe by Cher
LP

$26.99

Black
Released 05/21/2021Catalog Number

A 573501

Album artwork for Believe by Cher
CDx2

$26.99

25th Anniversary Deluxe Edition

Released 11/03/2023Catalog Number

CD 725267

Album artwork for Believe by Cher
LPx3 +

$94.99

25th Anniversary Deluxe Edition, Original LP two LPs of newly remastered electrifying remixes from the era plus exclusive numbered lithograph

Clear, Sea Blue & Light Blue

Released 11/03/2023Catalog Number

A 725261

Dedicated to her ex-husband Sony Bono who died earlier that year, the Grammy-nominated, 4x platinum 1998 release is of course anchored by the chart topping title track "Believe" which famously pioneered the use of Auto-Tune. Beyond being the oldest female artist to achieve a No. 1 hit on the Billboard Hot 100, Cher set a few other records with "Believe." She set the record for a solo artist with the longest span of time between No. 1 hits (her previous chart-topper, "Dark Lady," was released in 1974) and the record for the longest gap between her first No. 1 song (Sonny and Cher's "I Got You Babe" was released in 1965).