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This is by far, my favorite of the new Delerium style albums. As a huge fan of the old dark-industrial-ambient records of past, I could still really enjoy this album too. I believe this is due to Bill and Rhys retaining alot of the electronic atmospheric qualities they were known for. In addition, this album is not polluted by all the female pop vocalists they use nowdays. While their more recent albums are commercially successful and are pleasant to listen to, I think they are just too pop for my taste. This album is primarily an instrumental record with only two tracks containing lyrics. The rest of the songs use wonderful samples of gregorian chants to add atmosphere to the songs (ala Enigma style). Depending on personal preference, this album will either be your most or least favorite of the newer Delerium music.

I absolutely LOVE

Delerium but this remains my very favorite album of all was so far ahead of its time...CAN WE GET A SEQUEL?!!!!! (Pleeeeease?!)

The Best Delerium Album

This is the beautiful, ambient, electronic, downtempo atmospheric Delerium, before they morphed into the more generic pop/lounge band they gradually became. I've listened to this album over and over since it came out and never get tired of it. The couple of vocal tracks are good here also, although Kirsty Thirsk's most emotional performance on the album is the wordless improvisation on "Flatlands", over an Enigma-inspired beat. Great stuff.


Genre: Electronic

A joint effort by Rhys Fulber and former Front Line Assembly bandmate Bill Leeb, the successful project Delerium has produced some of the most unusual sounds to emanate from Vancouver, Canada. With Leeb responsible for finding samples, writing lyrics, creating basslines, sequencing, and overseeing the project and Fulber handling the sampling and programming and using a chords/string pad to craft additional melodies and arrangements, the group's sound is a dance-inspiring mix of electronics and post-industrial...
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