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Delerium Lyrics

Genre: Electronic

Delerium Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Run For It (Feat: Leigh Nash)
2 Truly
3 Aria
4 Magic (Feat: Julee Cruise)
5 After All (Andrew Sega Remix)
6 Stopwatch Hearts (Feat: Emily Haines)
7 Love (Feat: Zoe Johnston)
8 Heaven's Earth (Key South Remix)
9 Fallen (Feat: Rani)
10 Lost And Found
11 Returning
12 The Way You Want It To Be
13 Duende
14 Monarch
15 Til the End of Time
16 Fleeting Instant
17 Fallen Icons
18 Days Turn Into Nights
19 Hammer
20 Magic
21 Extollere
22 Incantation
23 Chrysalis Heart
24 Awakening
25 Innocente
26 Underwater
27 Wisdom
28 Light Your Light
29 Frostbite
30 Flowers Become Screens
31 Fallen
32 Raindown
33 Keyless Door
34 Daylight
35 Nature's Kingdom
36 Dust In Gravity
37 Sky (Tears From Heaven)
38 Music Box Opera
39 Just a Dream
40 Orbit of Me
41 A Poem for Byzantium
42 Serenity
43 Lock Down
44 Enchanted
45 Myth
46 Forever After
47 Still Kill
48 Underwater (Above And Beyond's 21st Century Mix)
49 After All (Feat: Jael/Lunik)
50 You & I
51 Eternal Odyssey
52 Silence
53 Paris
54 Days Turn into Nights (Teen Daze Remix)
55 Run for It
56 Ray
57 Send Me an Angel (Reely Chill Mix)
58 After All
59 Truly (Wise Buddah Radio Edit)
60 Stopwatch Hearts
61 Glimmer
62 Euphoria
63 After All (Revelation Mixshow Mix by the Passengerz)
64 Touched
65 Aurora
66 Euphoria (Firefly)
67 Innocente (Mr. Sams’ the Space Between Us Remix Edit)
68 Silence (W&W vs. Jonas Stenberg Remix)
69 Send Me an Angel (Streets of Fandango Remix)
70 Love
71 Underwater (Jim Skreech Remix Edit)
72 Inner Sanctum
73 Orbit Of Me (Feat: Leigh Nash)
74 Consciousness Of Love
75 Self-Saboteur

Delerium Bio

Delerium is a Canadian musical group that formed in 1987, originally as a side project of the influential industrial music act Front Line Assembly. Throughout the band’s history, their musical style has encompassed a broad range, including dark ethereal ambient trance, voiceless industrial soundscapes, and electronic pop music. They are best known for their worldwide hit "Silence".

Delerium has traditionally been a two-person project, but the only constant member throughout its history has been Bill Leeb. Leeb was a guest musician and early supporter of industrial dance pioneers Skinny Puppy, but after he left in 1986 he went on to create his own project, Front Line Assembly with collaborator Michael Balch. Later, the two worked on the side project Delerium and released their first album, Faces, Forms & Illusions.

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Delerium