--Blaze sings very well and actually pushes himself - successfully, unlike with some live performances, where he really tried, but the results were not as good.
--The instrumental section(s) are great and as poor and stripped down as the production of this album is, it really suits this song (too).
-- there is certain amount of repetition around, but nowhere near what was to come on the next album... I like to put it this way: The Unbeliever sums up and closes The X-Factor in a very definite way: moody, dark yet energetic with some very bold and impressive songwriting. And even at it's worst, it sounds inspired. And that's something the other 90's albums, as underrated as they sometimes are, didn't manage to sound like for most of the time --
I suck at giving scores, I have a bad habit of overthinking these things, but The Unbeliever is probably somewhere around 7/10.