On the spine, the title "Spheres" appears in quotation marks. Two versions of Delerium – Spheres, released on Dossier in 1994 exist, this one with a "Yellow Text On Disc" and the other one with a Green Text On Disc, else except of the colour difference they are identical.
Comes with a six page fold-out artwork booklet.
Barcode (Text): 718750 84532 0
Barcode (Scanned): 718750845320
Matrix / Runout: BOD EFA 08453
Label Code: LC 8603
Rights Society: GEMA
Distributed By – EFA – 08453-2
Made By – BOD Berlin Optical Disc
Spheres is the sixth studio album by Canadian industrialelectronic music group Delerium in 1994 see 1994 in music. Monolith 10:03. Transmitter 13:36. Wavelength 13:22. Colony 12:06. Dark Matter 7:30. Cloud Barrier 6:42. Turmoil Bonus track on Re-Release 3:43. This album presents samples from Vangelis' 1492: Conquest of Paradise and Stanley Kubrick's A Space Odyssey. The track Dark Matter appears on the electronicambient compilation Space Daze, 1994 Cleopatra Records. Delerium - Spheres. To favorites 5 Download album. Listen album. Songs in album Delerium - Spheres 1994. Delerium - Monolith. Delerium - Transmitter. Delerium - Wavelength. Delerium - Colony. Delerium - Dark Matter. Delerium - Cloud Barrier. Delerium - Turmoil. Spheres, Vol. 6 tracks 55:55. 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 stylisti read more. Discover all of this album's music connections, watch videos, listen to music, discuss and . Spheres Delerium album. 1994 studio album by Delerium. Studio album by. Track listing. Review scores. Spheres is an album by Canadian industrialelectronic music group Delerium in 1994 see 1994 in music. Spheres is a music album by Delerium released in 1994. Spheres by Delerium Year: 1994 Overall rank: 0th. Average Rating: 72100 from 3 votes. Delerium Format: Audio CD. This is my favorite Delerium album. It's by far the most spacey and minimalist. I almost didn't give it a fair shake because the samples of HAL from 2001 in the beginning of the first track are so obvious and silly that they make me laugh, but the other five tracks are really top-notch stuff, especially track 6 which is a very beautiful ambient piece a la Brian Eno's Apollo or early Tangerine Dream. but with better production