CD, Album, Green Text On Disc. Two versions of the 1994 Dossier release of Spheres exist: this one with green text on the disc and the other with yellow text on the disc. Outside of the colour difference the two versions are identical. Comes with a six page fold-out artwork booklet.
Spheres, Vo. " is one of those albums that will take me awhile to figure out. For the moment, my problems with this album is that the songs don't have a separate identity from each other like I hear on "Poem" in particular. Here the songs feel like one long continuation which I find utterly dull and repetitive. It's by far the most spacey and minimalist. I almost didn't give it a fair shake because the samples of HAL from 2001 in the beginning of the first track are so obvious and silly that they make me laugh, but the other five tracks are really top-notch stuff, especially track 6 which is a very beautiful ambient piece a la Brian Eno's "Apollo" or early Tangerine Dream. but with better production).
Spheres (Delerium album). 1994 studio album by Delerium. Angelicus" is the first single from Delerium's album Nuages du Monde featuring singer Isabel Bayrakdarian. The single was released only as a promotional single in 2007. Remixes were made by Andy Moor, Morgan Page and Panoptica.
Days Turn Into Nights. 2012 сингл Remixes feat. Chillout Album 3. сборник.
Слушайте и скачивайте delerium 1994 на Хотплеере в mp. Delerium - Semantic Spaces (1994) - Metamorphosis 08:26. Steve Stoll - Liquid(1994)(Delirium Red) 06:35. Delerium - Hypoxia (Spheres II) (1994) 08:50. Delerium - 05. Consensual Worlds (Semantic Spaces 1994) 10:07. Delerium - Morphology (Spheres II) (1994) 09:28. Delerium - Morphology (Spheres, Vol. II 1994) 09:27. Delerium - Hypoxia (Spheres II 1994) 08:10. Delerium - Resurrection (Semantic Spaces) (1994) 09:25.
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Mythologie is the fourteenth studio album by Canadian new age/electronic music group Delerium, released in 2016. It is their first album for Metropolis Records. The album was produced by Bill Leeb and Rhys Fulber with the help of Jared Slingerland and Craig Johnsen. The cover was designed by UK artist Dave McKean, who has worked with Leeb on Front Line Assembly covers in the past.