8 thoughts on “ Transmitter - Delerium - Spheres (CD, Album) ”

  1. Delerium is a Canadian ambient electronic musical duo that formed in , 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 Missing: Transmitter.
  2. Spheres is the sixth studio album by Canadian industrial/electronic music group Delerium in (see in music).
  3. Listen free to Delerium – Spheres (Monolith, Transmitter and more). 6 tracks (). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at harwingsimpricktogoldcapoforjoeprudlet.coinfo
  4. May 31,  · It is their first album for Metropolis Records. The album was produced by Bill Leeb and Rhys Fulber with the help of Jared Slingerland and Craig Johnsen. Get in from the label's website:Missing: Transmitter.
  5. Instead of bearing some similarity to Enigma or having a dancey sound, Spheres is a spacy, (dark) ambient journey, with choral backgrounds accompanying some tracks (like the excellent "Transmitter") and foreboding, dark beats to drive you through the thick ambiance.
  6. Delerium is a Canadian new-age ambient electronic musical duo that formed in , 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.
  7. It is their first album for Metropolis Records. The album was produced by Bill Leeb and Rhys Fulber with the help of Jared Slingerland and Craig Johnsen. The cover was designed by UK artist Dave McKean, who has worked with Leeb on Front Line Assembly covers in the harwingsimpricktogoldcapoforjoeprudlet.coinfog: Transmitter.
  8. Sep 18,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Spheres on Discogs/5(34).

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