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Conjure One - Sleep - Max Graham - Ian Van Dahl - Delerium - Trance - 12

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Conjure One - Sleep

Label: Nettwerk America
Catalog#: 0 6700 33146 1 9
Format: Vinyl, 12"

Country: US
Released: 2002
Genre: Electronic
Style: Trance, Progressive Trance, House
Credits: Vocals - Marie-Claire D'Ubaldo

Record: VG++ with light scuff marks only
Cover: light ring wear, wear on corners

A1 Sleep (Max Graham Remix)
AA1 Sleep (Ian Van Dahl Remix)
AA2 Sleep (Angel Alanis And Smitty Mix)

When it comes to popular music, a proven formula is a safer bet than chancing something new. Apparently, such is the wisdom behind Conjure One, the new project spearheaded by Delerium and Front Line Assembly architect Rhys Fulber. As he did with Delerium, Fulber pairs guest vocalists of the mostly ethereal variety with gauzy ambient-tribal pop full of Eastern shadings and just enough chanting to maintain the spooky quotient.
. Both this remix of 'Sleep' by Ian Van Dahl and the Antillas remix of their 2005 release 'Extraordinary Way' were excellent productions. Unfortunately, neither of them made any impact in the mainstream charts.

Conjure One - Sleep (Ian Van Dahl Remix)

i love this remix, it's awesome.

Here is the original video ( version not on this 12)

This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday 06 March, 2007.

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