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Genres: Dance & Electronic, Alternative Rock, New Age, Pop
Limited two disc edition of the group's 1997 album (which features guest vocals by Sarah McLachlan), plus a 60 minute long bonus CD with six tracks, 'Silence' (Sanctuary Mix), 'Euphoria (Firefly)' (Rabbit In The Moon Mix),... more »
Limited two disc edition of the group's 1997 album (which features guest vocals by Sarah McLachlan), plus a 60 minute long bonus CD with six tracks, 'Silence' (Sanctuary Mix), 'Euphoria (Firefly)' (Rabbit In The Moon Mix), 'Flowers Become Screens' (Frequency Modulation Mix), 'Incantation' (12 Inch Mix Edit), 'Duende' (Bleak Desolation Mix) and 'Heavens Earth'. A combined total of 17 tracks, also featuring the original version of the hit single 'Silence' with McLachlan singing the lead! Double slimline jewel case. 1997 release.
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avishaim | Eugene, OR United States | 07/19/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Delerium's "Karma" is, and probably always will be, their best album. With such first-rate female vocalists as Sarah McLachlan, Camille Henderson and Jacqui Hunt singing on each of the three singles, "Silence," "Duende" and "Euphoria (Firefly)" respectively, the regular album version is a gem in itself. However, it is Kristy Thirsk, with her sultry, sensual vocals on "Enchanted" who steals the show on "Karma," and with this limited edition bonus disk version is Kristy Thirsk's "Heaven's Earth," arguably one of the best Delerium songs ever, and only available on this CD. When released as a single, it climbed to #2 in Ireland and #4 in Australia. You'll immediately know why when you hear it. Buy the limited edition bonus disc version of "Karma" for "Heaven's Earth" if nothing else!"
Mellow and Harmonic
avishaim | 06/12/2000
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Overall this is a great CD. The track shared by Sarah and Delerium is awesome. The sounds of the music throughout the remaining songs on the CD are harmonic and mellow with a good beat. Some of the tracks tend to be more monotone than you would anticipate in listening, (track 7, especially). I am a definite Sarah fan and will definitely give other Delirium LP's a listen."