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  • Audio CD (14 Nov. 2008)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Island
  • ASIN: B001ILKJXS
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
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1. Willkommen
2. Herzschlag
3. Denn Wer Liebt
4. Sehnsucht - Xavier Naidoo, Schiller
5. Wehmut
6. Black - Schiller, Jette Von Roth
7. You - Colbie Caillat, Schiller
8. Let Me Love You - Kim Sanders, Schiller
9. Wunschtraum
10. Time for Dreams - Lang Lang, Schiller
11. In der Weite
12. Sommernacht
13. Tired
14. Vor der Zeit - Ben Becker, Schiller
15. White
16. Mitternacht
17. Ile Aye - Stephenie Coker, Schiller
18. Zenit - Schiller, Klaus Schulze
19. Forever - Kim Sanders, Schiller

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Our product to treat is a regular product. There is not the imitation. From Japan by the surface mail because is sent out, take it until arrival as 7-14 day. Thank you for you seeing it.

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Mark Wolsey on 16 Mar. 2008
Format: Audio CD
If you are a fan of schiller you are going to be thrilled with this new album.
From the familiar welcome 1st track the album flows as they all do but not sounding the same.
There is a free dvd and there is a track called 'forever' and why it is not on the album i'll never understand.
Well worth the wait and worth purchasing!!!!!!
Off to see them live in may,can't wait.
MARK WOLSEY.U/K
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful
Welcome to the new world from Schiller!!! 23 Feb. 2008
By Onur Tezgeldi - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
There are so many tracks on 2 CD's with a total of 136 minutes!!! So it will take a while to understand the concept-content and get used to them... I am sure the impressions below will change and some tracks will grow more and more on me. (As it was the same for Tag und Nacht)

First of all I would like to congratulate Christopher for producing this great album and fulfilling fans expectations with a huge content of 31 tracks!! This fact alone deserves the respect eh??

Here's my impression on the first listen of the album:

Willkommen
The usual trademark opening "von Schiller" Just like the other ones, this is opening the album with a mysterious sense and darkness, cicadas are all around... This is also opening in the jungle like all the other opening tracks of previous Schiller albums...Unlike Tag und Nacht, this time Franziska Pigulla version opens the new chapter and gets you fully excited.

"Willkommen, in der neune Welt von Schiller!!!"

Herzschlag
Tracks are nicely blending into each other on this album.. Herzschlag is the brother of ''Nachtflug'' and ''Sommerregen'' from previous albums..
The same cinematic opening, almost like a sci-fi documentary score. Electronic, also alive.. Electroguitars are nicely combined with the ''live'' feeling of the song.. Not really as impressive as its predecessors to be honest, but quite interesting to take a full listen.

Denn wer Liebt (with Anna Maria Muehe)
Yes this is very spacey, electronic also featuring an excellent cello solo..A brilliant idea to use this instrument... More like an interlude, but still very dark and haunting with its all aspects...

Sehnsucht (with Xavier Naidoo)
Guys, welcome to the killer track of the album... This is simply so breathtaking!! I really like the vocal performance of Xavier... Very sensual and also very catchy, even though I don't understand a word of German. (I only know a little, shame on me) but this is the nature of music, you get the sensual feeling, you sense the emotion.. That's what Christopher tried to do obviously...One of the best tracks on the album, well deserving to be the lead single!..

Wehmut
This starts like a filler track... Even though this fact, I really like the orchestral / jazzy feel of it on the build up points... An experimental piece. We never heard something like that from Schiller before... That's what makes it new right?

Black (with Jette von Roth)
Wonderful, simply wonderful pop piece.. Jette is excellent here again, I love her accent, she's the voice of Schiller to me...Not a repeating sound from the past catalogue of Schiller, this is what I truly appreciate.. Kinda feels like a Björk track maybe due to the bells but this must be taken as a compliment...

Mitternacht
Greatly featuring classic guitars.. Weak points of an electronic sound is geniously covered with this..Kind of a chill out track. Innovative and remarkably arranged. Variety of instruments is a positive movement on this track and also on the entire album.. This is obviously showcasing von Deylen's progress and success in all fields.

Let Me Love You (with Kim Sanders)
What a great intro this one has... This is also one of the best tracks on the album.. Hopefully will be the best moments of the future live performances of Schiller. Kim's previous tracks of Schiller were also very nice, she's always been a very strong highlight on the albums, this one is no exception as well.. Absolutely a single candidate.

Nacht (with Ben Becker)
Interlude track, nothing special music-wise. I think we should translate the lyrics in order to understand the concept.

Fate (with Isis Gee)
This piece has the feeling of Chicane tracks, choral and dreamy and electronic as expected. You can imagine the ocean, the eternity... The usual meditative tune.. Would this be a replacement for Moya Brennan's absence? Decide yourself.

Porque Te Vas (feat. Ana Torroja)
A nice mid-album track.. Feels like it will grow on you after more and more listens...

In der Weite (feat. Anna Maria Mühe)
Symphonic piece... Would this be the interpretation of Schiller for the classical genre?? In der Weite would easily be a nice movie score. Somehow similar to the orchestral version of ''Der Tag.. Du bist Erwacht'' from Tagtraum DVD. Theme-wise. I think Christopher is into producing movie scores as well... We will all see...

Sommernacht
A classic Schiller tune, when you hear it, you can easily say, yes this is typical Schiller sound.. Another mid-album electro-instrumental track.

Everything (feat. Helen Boulding)
Just like the previous one, this is going on with the vocals of Helen Boulding.. Not so special. Maybe will grow on me later.

Lichter
This is from the Tagtraum DVD.. A very nice intro, a very haunting piece..It is a nice idea to put it on this album as well as it fits to the mood of the whole concept and atmosphere of Sehnsucht.

Ile Aye (feat. Stephenie Coker)
Hmmm, a little bit of Deep Forest feel? Probably due to the Stephanie's tribe-like vocals...This is a pure new-age track, some of you will like it, some of you will say this is nothing new or sensational... Not bad but a little repetitive to my taste.

Once Upon a Time
A very dark outro. Feels soo underground and dark. Like a score to a thriller movie? I like this dark mood and feeling...

CD 2:

Der Kuss (with Anna Maria Mühe)
Opens the second part of the album Sehnsucht, I think we'll have to translate the whole lyrics to understand what it is about.. Intro track..

Wunschtraum
Starts so laid back, then turns into mid-tempo techno... A retro feel to previous Schiller dance tracks, featuring some nice drums..

Tired (with Jael)
A nice down-tempo track featuring Jael's vocals.. Nice...

Lichtung
A very experimental electronic piece within the boundaries of New Age sound, a good instrumental highlight from the album.. I like it...This new sound is quite impressive. A true progress...

Breathe (with September)
Another mid-album track, sounding very radio friendly...Maybe German radios will play it...

Zenit (with Klaus Schulze)
I was wondering about this piece when I heard the sample on the official site... A smooth co-operation with the electronic legend Klaus Schulze... Like an electronic symphony, like a tale and quite experimental... A 12 minute long Schiller experience...Even though I expected more twists and turns on this track, it is still satisfactory and recommended to any Schiller & Klaus fan.

In The Dark (with Jette Von Roth)
Starts like the tracks from 80's synths...Of course this is intentional... This is one of the tracks that will probably grow on later.

Tagtraum
Same track from the DVD... Nothing new here.

Destiny ( aka The View of Life) with Despina Vandi
WOW, a hiding gem towards the end of the album!! What a hot track this is... Obviously a single candide.. Warm, moving, seducting... Despina Vandi's impressive and seducing vocals turn this into a great highlight from the album.. A must hear!!

White
The opposite of ''Black''.. Close your eyes and see the white light, imagine you're in eternal light... This is the feeling..An interlude track ends up right in the jungle.

Lonely (with Damae)
A very interesting intro... Starts quite dreamy and mysterious... Also sounds radio friendly...You'll like this as well...

Sehnsucht (Reprise)
Instrumental version... As powerful as the one on CD-1.. Simply mind blowing!!! One way or anoher, be it the full version or reprise.. Intro's electric waves kill me... So great! So great!!

Vor der Zeit (with Ben Becker)
Features nice drums, yet another interlude...Nice one.. It feels like a Vangelis track at some points, even though I can not explain the reason why.

Forever (Kim Sanders)
Closing the chapter but nicely... Kim Sanders is amazing... This is more like a mid-tempo moody track but well worth the wait.. Beautifully fading out... Leaving you wanting more from Schiller...

All in all, a highly recommended album to all electronic / chill out music lovers!
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Shiller has too many recordings of the same song... Disturbing... 21 Aug. 2009
By NYFB [Je suis Charlie ET Ahmed] - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Sehnsucht has many release dates with different tracks 2/19/2008, 8/12/2008, 11/25/2008 which is real stupid once again...
I love Schiller's music and unlike any other group, I can listen to Schiller's music time after time not when I am meditating, but infact when I am working out heavy and sweating heavy. Schiller is truly that good but damn I have to admit the following... Schiller has released the same song through;
1. Different singer
2. Different mixes like disco version, deluxe version, extended version, concert version, etc.
3. Different origin US or import
4. Different album and track name
5. Different release dates even in the same year for the same CD
6. Different names for the same song
7. Different musicians singing the same song on the same CD
Schiller's marketing is extremely confusing. Due to this confusion you never know what version of the song you get till your CD arrives. Unless you do not purchase every single Schiller's CD, and I mean literally every single one out there, you really would not know which mix of the song is the best for you or to your liking. For a German engineering and marketing all I can say is stupid, stupid, stupid... and this kind of confusing representation deserves only one star although that I pay and buy their CDs since I love their music. They truly are better than all other musicians out there, really, they are that good... unbelievably good.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Schiller is Unstoppable...... 18 Mar. 2008
By Supernova - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
What a brilliant new album from Schiller after only a year later his 2007 masterpiece Tag and Nacht. When I first learnt that it was a double cd set, i thought that this was his greatest hits album with remixes or something. But guess what people? This is Schiller's brand new double disc album with 31 brand new stompers. Both CD's are different in there own way. First CD consists of Schiller's Trademark Fairytale/StoryTelling ElectrOpera while the second cd moves straight from one track to another. Again the songs in both albums are sung in variety of languages including English, German and even Spanish. This album is up there with Tag and Nacht & Leben but just the fact that this has so many outstanding tracks and it was produced in such little time since Tag and Nacht makes this a top notch and most daring/in your face Schiller album to date. To some it all up, This is the SEXIEST album released this year...
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Wonderful, Can someone please distribute Schiller in the U.S.? 5 Jun. 2009
By Space Author - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I was just in Germany and heard this album, indeed, heard 'Schiller', for the first time. So before I returned to the States I went out and bought a copy. For 5.50 Euros. Darn. I should have bought a caseful... This is a classy, well-written, well-produced collection. Congratulations and many thanks to Christopher von Deylen for such a wonderful compilation!
A Facinating New Dimension of Schiller 10 May 2008
By Zach Brown - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Ok, this is a complicated abum to listen to. when it first arrived from germany, and i unwrapped it, and put it in my cd player and listened, i can't say i was floored. i was expecting another tag und nacht. let me point out here that i don't think it's worth it to buy the american versions of any of schillers albums, as german poetry/ spoken word looses alot of it's elegence when translated to english, and just sounds downright cheesy. the listener is robbed of having the true schiller experience, the way it's meant to sound. schiller is all about subtle nuances and great gatsby like perfection, especially in the gaps between songs, both of which are thrown off by the translated versions of the albums. anyway, at first i was disapointed. i thought the songs never really got going, but would build and then stop, and would have been better remixed with more of a beat or something. but as i listened further, i began to get sort of addicted to the new album. it proveded a depth of experience unlike any of the others. the sound design on here, and christopher von deylan's use of aural texture is sublime. the production quality is astounding, and the soundscape is fully 3 dimentional, certain songs paint very vived pictures with just the timbre and placement of the sounds alone, let alone the melodies. i think zenit is way too long. i'm still on the fence as to what i really think of the second disc, but know that i love the first disc, which i've been focusing on. it's a new dimention of schiller, as if this were one dimention, and the rest of his work were another. i keep thinking tag und nacht is better, but when i go back and listen to it, it sounds a bit shallow. chris's realy matured alot as a musician. and sensucht the song doesn't really do the album justice, just for those of you reading this who havn't imported the album but who are watching the videos. also, i'm not sure if he realized this, but toward the end of the song with the video where those oldfashioned german people are kissing ( the name illides me at the moment) christopher von deylan plays the theme from meow mix in a chimy bell sound. i want chicken, i want liver, meow mix meow mix please deliver...lol. i'm thinking this was un intentional. it doesn't even ruin the song, but it definitly makes me laugh. when schiller releases an album, he releases sort of a stylistic paradigm along with it. this is what tag und nacht had with it but times 10. all of the colaborations on the tracklist made me think that he was going to over-do vocal tracks, but god news, he doesn't. for like a week i thought schiller lost it, and his golden age was over, but i was wrong. he just released something that was new to me, and now that i'm more familiar with it i really love it. schiller fans, if your anything like me, at first you'll be disapointed, then addicted, then intregued, and then satisfied, and finaly moved. the scope of this is huge. it wasn't what i expected from schiller, but it was exactly what i expected from schiller.
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