Chimera (Delerium album)

Studio album by Delerium
Released June 13, 2003
Recorded Various locations
Genre Electronic, pop, ambient
Length 68:29
Label Nettwerk
Producer Carmen Rizzo, Bill Leeb, Rhys Fulber, Ryan Greene; many others
Delerium chronology
Nuages du Monde
Singles from Chimera
  1. "After All"
    Released: June 30, 2003
  2. "Truly"
    Released: February 10, 2004

Chimera is an album by Canadian industrial/electronic music group Delerium in 2003 (see 2003 in music).

The song "Above the Clouds" was released as an iTunes online exclusive.

Track listing

Disc one

  1. "Love" (Zoë Johnston, Bill Leeb, Carmen Rizzo, Jamie Muhoberac) – 4:03
  2. "After All" (Jaël, Leeb, Rhys Fulber) – 4:51
  3. "Just a Dream" (Margaret Far, Leeb, Fulber) – 5:27
    • Vocals: Margaret Far
  4. "Run for It" (Leigh Nash, Leeb, Fulber) – 4:35
  5. "Truly" (Nerina Pallot, Leeb, Rizzo, Muhoberac) – 4:38
  6. "Serenity" (Leeb, Fulber, Chris Elliot) – 7:20
    • Samples: "Alleluia Veni Domine", traditional
  7. "Touched" (Rachel Fuller) – 4:05
  8. "Forever After" (Songul Akturk, Muhoberac, Leeb, Rizzo) – 4:35
    • Vocals: Sultana (Songul Akturk)
  9. "Fallen" (Rani Kamal, Muhoberac, Leeb) – 3:50
    • Vocals: Rani Kamal
  10. "Orbit of Me" (Nash, Leeb, Muhoberac, Rizzo, Kent Stephany) – 5:23
    • Vocals: Leigh Nash
  11. "Magic" (Julee Cruise, Leeb, Rizzo, Muhoberac, Stephany) – 4:36
  12. "Eternal Odyssey" (Leeb, Fulber) – 9:46
  13. "Returning" (Kristy Thirsk, Leeb, Fulber) – 5:14

Many online sources, particularly databases such as Allmusic , list "Serenity Touched" as one song, as well as "Eternal Odyssey Returning". This is due to the formatting of the track list on the CD case back insert, which causes visual ambiguity (the band's page also had tracks listed under the incorrect names).

Disc two

The contents of disc 2 vary with region: this information is for the most common North American release.

  1. "Stopwatch Hearts" (Leeb, Emily Haines, Muhoberac, Rizzo) – 4:09
  2. "After All" (Andrew Sega Remix) – 7:25

The "Andrew Sega Remix" of "After All" was the winner of an amateur remix contest held by Nettwerk prior to the album's release.

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