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Karma Limited Edition

4.5 out of 5 stars 26 customer reviews

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Product details

  • Audio CD (8 Dec. 2008)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Limited Edition
  • Label: Nettwerk Productions Uk Ltd
  • ASIN: B00000JR4E
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (26 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 129,484 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Enchanted
  2. Duende
  3. Twilight
  4. Silence
  5. Forgotten Worlds
  6. Lamentation
  7. Euphoria
  8. Remembrance
  9. Wisdom
  10. Window To Your Soul
  11. 'Til the End of Time

Disc: 2

  1. Silence
  2. Euphoria
  3. Flowers Become Screens
  4. Incantation
  5. Duende
  6. Heavens Earth

Product Description

Product Description

DELERIUM Karma (1997 UK 17-track picture 2-CD set comprising 11-track CD album featuring guest musicians Sarah McLachlan Kristy Thirsk Jacqui Hunt Greg Reely and Camille Henderson and includes the singles Euphoria [Firefly] Duende and Silence [featuring Sarah McLachlan]. Plus bonus 6-track remix CD which includes Silence [Sanctuary Mix] and Incantation [12 Mix Edit] picture sleeve)

Amazon.co.uk Review

The novelty was strip-mined from ethno-beat pop long ago, and this skin-deep confection is surprising only in its lack of edge and invention. On the plus side, the melodies are textured and lush, the beats entrancing, and a parade of gifted singers--Kristy Thirsk, Jacqui Hunt, and Sarah McLachlan included--bill and coo impressively. Lead single "Euphoria (Firefly)" has spark and spirit, while "Enchanted" and "Duende" are strong vehicles for Thirsk and Camille Henderson respectively. --Jeff Bateman

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By A Customer on 1 May 2002
Format: Audio CD
If I was told I could only listen to one CD for the rest of my life, this would be it. I bought this CD 3 years ago and I still love it. If you're into sculpture, art, writing -anything creative- get this disc. Every track is journey, every track is picture in music, a scene from a book waiting to be written ... I'm sure you get the idea. I disagree with the reviewer who said that the Enigma and Deep Forest sound quality/production was better. Perhaps you got some gunk on your CD lens! Karma is much, much better than Viva le Roi (etc) by Enigma; and on par with Screen Behind the Mirror. It's as good as Deep Forest's first self titled offering (which my entire family has played to death). At any rate, Karma opened the whole Dark Ambient world to me and I have now supported other artists less well known (and some very well known) by buying their music. I've also bought Semantic Spaces and Poem. Thank you Delerium you've given inspiration to many days of soon to be published work. I can't wait for your next disc.
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By A Customer on 1 Nov. 2001
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I consider myself lucky that I discovered Delerium; from what I have heard thus far, I find their music to be very touching, soulful and pleasantly weird. "Wisdom", sparked the fire for me - that song is just beautiful.
I think every track on Karma has it's own unique, subtle magic... which leads to a quietly stirring experience overall. The vocals, where used, are excellent, and the occasional 'chanting' fits nicely once you eventually adopt the idea.
This quaint style of music is unlikely to be fully appreciated by all, but to the deep and thoughtful (and tasteful) among us it should be well received and liked - perhaps even loved.
Karma is definitely strange in nature, but truly beautiful in spirit.
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I don't do reviews ... at least not until now. If ever an album forced you to put pen to paper, then this is it.

Imagine a fusion of the very best of Enigma and Deep Forest blended with female vocals that rival even those of Lisa Gerrard. Now consider it done with the artistic integrity and creative identity that is the hallmark of any Delerium album and you're getting close to the rare beauty of this cd. It's dreamier than other recent works by Leeb and Fulber; more beautifully crafted than Poem and less glossy and rigidly song-based than the nevertheless gifted Chimera. Rhys Fulber's Conjure One album also bears comparison ... but I digress.
Karma's keyboard rhythms are to die for. Simple yet unfamiliar, they supply layer upon layer of evocative, ethereal landscape. Add some ethnic chants and a range of other sounds and you end up with a production blessed with more than a hint of other-worldly mysticism and Middle-Eastern charm. All in all it's the perfect backdrop for accomplished chanteuses/songwriters to display their wares and we are not disappointed.

Singling out individual tracks would be pointless as they all shine and every listener will have their favourites, but the album versions of 'Heaven's Earth' and 'Silence' are exquisite and so much better than the many remixes available. Incidentally, if you collected some of the albums mentioned above and their respective bonus discs you will by now have enough material for a home-made compilation of dance mixes. It adds another dimension to Delerium's work and plays well on the car hi-fi, but it does seem slightly sacrilegious to put such earthy and ambient masterpieces to a techno beat.

If they're listening, I'll finish with a plea to the creators. Please work with Lisa Gerrard and Liz Fraser on the next album. A couple of tracks from each in a Karma-esque setting will do very nicely for starters.
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By A Customer on 3 Nov. 2000
Format: Audio CD
Delerium have been around for so long, it's a shame that people have only noticed them because of the dance re-mixes. Yes they are gothic, it's a bit of a culture shock for the dance fans when they buy this album thinking it's all dance! But for all the other goths and industrial dance fans - if you haven't bought it, why not?
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I've only recently bought this album but have easily played it 50 times by now - and I don't see myself getting tired of it anytime soon.
Whilst the production does indeed remind one of Enigma and Deep Forest, everyone in my office (who've been listening to it avidly as well) agree that it's far superior. The actual lyrics are striking and the voices they've used to sing them - well, I can't describe how lovely they are to hear. In fact the final track of the 2 disc album, "Heaven's Earth" is the umpteenth version that I've heard, and easily the best - easily one of the most beautiful pieces of music I've ever heard.
What are you waiting for? Go buy it!
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This would get five stars but for a few weak tracks which let this otherwise outstanding album down. Its worth buying for tracks twelve to seventeen alone and includes the pimping Sanctuary mix of Silence which was written and performed by the brilliant Sarah McLachlan, and the powerfull track Incantation. Admittedly this is a weird collection of music with gothic chanting on most tracks, but this merly takes a little more getting used to and the album really grows after a few runs through. This is a quality different sound for trance fans, which would stand out in any music collection. Top drawer of the tree quality wise!
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