The Best of Delerium
 : The Best of Delerium

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by: Delerium

Binding: Audio CD
EAN: 0067003037723
Edition: Ltd Dig ed.
Format: Limited Edition
Item Dimensions: 4905501226
Label: Nettwerk Records
Languages: EnglishPublishedEnglishUnknown
Manufacturer: Nettwerk Records
Model: 2009539
MPN: 1691393
Number Of Discs: 1
Number Of Items: 1
Publication Date: September 07, 2004
Publisher: Nettwerk Records
Release Date: September 07, 2004
Studio: Nettwerk Records

Disc 1:
  1. Flowers Become Screens
  2. Silence
  3. Paris
  4. Truly (Wise Buddah Radio Edit)
  5. Terra Firma
  6. Incantation
  7. After All
  8. Underwater (Above & Beyond's 21st Century Remix)
  9. Run For It
  10. Remembrance (Instrumental)
  11. You & I
  12. Innocent
  13. Euphoria (Firefly)
  14. Silence (Above & Beyond's 21st Century Remix)
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Product Description:
2004 best of compilation featuring 14 tracks with contributions from Kristy Thrisk, Sarah McLachlan, Aude, Nerina Pallot, Jael, Rani, Leigh Nash, Zoe Johnston, & Jacquie Hunt. Limited edition digipak.
Delerium was the perfect diamond chipped out of the blasted earth of Front Line Assembly. A collaboration between FLA's Rhys Fulber and Bill Leeb, Delerium took them to the opposite pole of their prior industrial electronic sound. Where FLA was a group that would just as soon sledgehammer Pachebel's "Canon in C," Delerium turns it into a dance number of ethereal seduction called "Paris." Drawing from their recordings for Nettwerk Records, this collection focuses on the seductive side of Delerium with chilled electro-dance rhythms and the bevy of ethereal girls they've used to front their project. Of course, Sarah McLachlan's "Silence," a yearning hymn for heaven, is here in it's original and a remixed version. "Silence" remains Delerium's greatest hit, but there are many equally compelling tracks including songs with Leigh Nash of Sixpence None the Richer and early works featuring a little-known singer, Kristy Thirsk. It was Thirsk who established Delerium's penchant for gothic lyricism on "Flowers Become Screens." While their recent CD, Chimera, shows a slick tendency toward the middle of the road, this retrospective highlights Delerium's crafty merger of techno-dance grooves and diva-driven lyricism. --John Diliberto

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