Steve Levine – Believin’ It All (1984)

Steve Levine is a British record producer and composer who is most famous for his work with Culture Club. In 1984, Steve had a brief time in the UK charts with his only single “Believin’ It All”. The song was written and composed by Steve and Boy George, and was sung by John Alder. “Believin’ It All” is a great song, but it was not a big hit, the song reached the highest chart position at #84 before disappearing into obscurity in 1984. If you are lucky, you can still find copies of the vinyl singles online to purchase. The single has never been re-issued nor remastered onto CD or digitally.

Steve Levine – Believin’ It All (7″ and 12″ vinyl singles, 1984)

Steve Levine – Believin’ It All (7″ Version, 1984)


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