Delta Goodrem - Believe Again (HD 720) 
Xvid 1280x720 50.00fps | Dolby AC3 48000Hz stereo 448Kbps | 4:04 Mins | 149 MB | English
"Believe Again" is a pop song written by Delta Goodrem, Brian McFadden, Stuart Crichton, Nigel Hove and Tommy Lee James, produced by Stuart Crichton and Marius de Vries for Goodrem's third studio album Delta (2007). The single, released in Australia on December 8, 2007, features exclusive remixes and the unreleased B-Side track, "Fortune And Love". The single was released to radio on November 12, 2007, although it had its premiere on commercial radio in late-October, 2007. The video, shot in a warehouse in Sydney, was filmed in the week ending October 20 by Michael Spiccia, a friend of Goodrem. In it, Goodrem plays different mystical characters including a water nymph most likely to be the Nymph of Springs Pegaeae, a crystal-covered, cave dwelling Wiccan or Nymph and a sky goddess swathed in navy satin, most likely Aušrinė, a Lithuanian Sky deity. According to the Sun Herald newspaper, it is one of the most expensive music videos to be produced in recent years. When speaking exclusively about the video, Goodrem said: "There's flames and water - it's a real fantasy sequence, but it's quite dark. It's not going to be a bright-looking clip." The video is the first to be released in HD resolution in Australia.The video has many special-effects, in total 109 shots according to the director, more than the average feature film. It took 2 days to film and 6 weeks to complete the special effects. Art-directors from Australia, America and Spain were included in the production of the video. The video won the award for "Best Video of the Year" during the MTV Video Music Awards in Australia of 2008. Goodrem accepted the award via satellite due to promotional commitments in the USA at the time.