Echoes Podcast: Delerium

Echoes Podcast: The Dream Pop Dynasty of Delerium - The Echoes Interview


We enter a hallucinogenic state when we talk with Delerium, the long-lived Canadian dream pop duo. They emerged out of the industrial rock of Front Line Assembly in 1987 and have run in parallel in a perfect yin & yang of noise and serenity. We’ll talk to founder Bill Leeb and longtime collaborator Rhys Fulber about their electronic approach to pop, and working with some of the more heavenly vocalists on the planet, including Sarah McLachlan, Mimi Page, Kristy Thirsk, and Leigh Nash. They recently released the album, Signs.    

Delerium – Sun Storm – Signs
Delerium – Glimmer (Delerium Remix with Mimi Page) – Signs
Front Line Assembly – Body Count – Disorder
Front Line Assembly – Aggression – Disorder
Delerium – Inside the Chamber – Morpheus
Delerium – Morpheusr – Morpheus
Delerium – Flowers Become Screens – Semantic Spaces
Delerium – Silence – Karma
Delerium – SIlence (Fade’s Danctuary Mix) – Silence 2004
Delerium – SIlence (DJ Tiesto Remix) – Silence 2004
Delerium – Rain  – Signs
Delerium – Run For It (with Leigh Nash) – Chimea
Delerium – Remember Love (with Mimi Page) – Signs
Delerium – In the Deep (with KANGA) – Signs
Delerium – Streetcar (with Inna Walters) – Signs
Delerium -Esque – Signs
Delerium – Absolution – Signs


  2 comments for “Echoes Podcast: Delerium

  1. Did you say, flowers become screens was the only vocal song on semantec spaces? Because that would not be true. Or did i misunderstood you?

    • Yes we did say that and it is the only lyric vocal on the album. There are sampled vocals and one Reggae toasting vocal that’s likely (I don’t know) sampled. And they were actually the ones who said it was the only vocal.

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