“I Don’t Believe in Love” by Queensrÿche, taken from their 1988 album Operation: Mindcrime. It was released as the last single for the album in 1989, and has also been featured in all four of their compilations, Evolution Calling, Greatest Hits, Classic Masters, and Sign of the Times: The Best of Queensrÿche, making it one of the band’s most well-known songs.
The song was written by Chris DeGarmo and Geoff Tate. The actual solo was split between both Chris DeGarmo and Micheal Wilton.
In 1990, “I Don’t Believe in Love” was nominated for the Grammy for Best Metal Performance, losing to “One” by Metallica. A fan favorite track, the band has played it numerous instances live, a full 895 times as of March 2017 (making it the sixth most played tune in the groups’ setlist history).
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