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Download Lost Passion - Delerium - Reflections 1 (CD) album flac mp3


1996
Label: Dossier - DCD 9071 • Format: CD Compilation, Reissue • Country: Germany • Genre: Electronic • Style: Electro, Industrial, Ambient
Lost Passion - Delerium - Reflections 1 (CD)

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Delerium ‎– Reflections I. Used CD in very good condition. Written as Reflections Vol. 1 on the CD spine. CD, Compilation. 11 Brainwaves 10 Embryo 10 and 11 previously unreleased.

Reissue of the original version with updated logo and barcode on the back art, and new CD art. This release is labeled as, "Reflections Vol. 1," on the spines. This is a collection of songs from Studios used: Limited Vision, Vancouver Studios and The Basement. 1 and 2 taken from Faces, Forms, And Illusions. 3 and 4 taken from.

Life is an eternity of evolution but death is a reflection of the past 1 and 2 taken from Faces, Forms, And Illusions. 3 and 4 taken from Morpheus. 5 and 6 taken from Syrophenikan. 7, 8 and 9 taken from Stone Tower. 10 and 11 previously unreleased. Track 5 is actually "Twilight Ritual" and not "Prophecy" as written on booklet and inlay. Made in.


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2 thoughts on “Lost Passion - Delerium - Reflections 1 (CD)

  1. Reissue of the original version with updated logo and barcode on the back art, and new CD art. This release is labeled as, "Reflections Vol. 1," on the spines. This is a collection of songs from /5(10).

  2. out of 5 stars Reflections 1: Early Delerium Compilation. Reviewed in the United States on Febru. This CD is a compilation of Delerium's earlier CDs with a few new tracks thrown in. In most respects I like it better then the individual CDs they came from. It is essentially a 'best of' the early Delerium/5(4).

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