Top Delerium Albums
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Innocente (Falling in Love) [feat. Leigh Nash] [Lost Witness Remix Edit] - Single
Innocente (Falling in Love) [feat. Leigh Nash] [Lost Witness Remix Edit] - Single
[2022]
Faces, Forms and Illusions
Faces, Forms and Illusions
[2022]
Stay (feat. JES)
Stay (feat. JES)
[2018]
Mythologie
Mythologie
[2016]
Ritual (feat. Phildel)
Ritual (feat. Phildel)
[2016]
Rarities & B-Sides
Rarities & B-Sides
[2015]
Chrysalis Heart (feat. Stef Lang)
Chrysalis Heart (feat. Stef Lang)
[2013]
Music Box Opera
Music Box Opera
[2012]
The Essential Silence (feat. Sarah McLachlan)
The Essential Silence (feat. Sarah McLachlan)
[2010]
Voice (An Acoustic Collection)
Voice (An Acoustic Collection)
[2010]
Dust In Gravity
Dust In Gravity
[2009]
Chillout Friends
Chillout Friends
[2008]
Angelicus (Remixes)
Angelicus (Remixes)
[2007]
Nuages Du Monde
Nuages Du Monde
[2006]
Silence (feat. Sarah McLachlan)
Silence (feat. Sarah McLachlan)
[2005]
Underwater (feat. Rani) [Remixes]
Underwater (feat. Rani) [Remixes]
[2004]
Chimera
Chimera
[2003]
Archives, Vol. 1
Archives, Vol. 1
[2002]
Odyssey
Odyssey
[2001]
Innocente Remixes - EP
Innocente Remixes - EP
[2001]
Poem
Poem
[2000]
Karma
Karma
[1997]
Spheres II
Spheres II
[1994]
Semantic Spaces
Semantic Spaces
[1994]
Spheres
Spheres
[1994]
Spiritual Archives
Spiritual Archives
[1991]
Euphoric
Euphoric
[1991]
Stone Tower
Stone Tower
[1991]
Syrophenikan
Syrophenikan
[1990]
Morpheus
Morpheus
[1989]
Related Information for Delerium
There is more than one artist with this name:1) Delerium is from Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, formed in 1987, originally as another side project (Intermix being the more techno-sounding project) of the influential industrial music act, Front Line Assembly.Delerium has traditionally been a two-person project, but the only constant member throughout its history has been Bill Leeb. After Michael Balch left both Front Line Assembly and Delerium, Bill Leeb worked with Rhys Fulber, and the two released several albums under the Delerium moniker; these years saw a gradual stylistic change from darker ambient to a more danceable sound. A collaboration with Sarah McLachlan in their Karma album, "Silence",... read more