I actually own a CD of Gregorian Chants, so I guess I shouldn't judge.Termin8tor » 24 May 2017 9:42 am » wrote:What, no sense of humor suddenly?
I honestly liked it.
Very peaceful, and better yet, no Russkies!Misty » 24 May 2017 10:00 am » wrote: I actually own a CD of Gregorian Chants, so I guess I shouldn't judge.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dlr90NL ... FJc4XJc3e0
Enigma is my insomnia go to group.Misty » 24 May 2017 10:03 am » wrote:Another weird one I actually own.
Love the intro.
"Return to Innocence" is a song by German musical group Enigma.
It was released in January 1994 as a single from their second album, The Cross of Changes.
It became one of the project's most popular international singles, reaching number one in over 10 countries (including Greece, Norway, Sweden and Ireland), number three on the UK Singles Chart, the Top 5 in Austria, Canada, Germany, New Zealand, Netherlands, Switzerland and South Africa.
It reached the Top 20 in Italy and France.
It was also the project's biggest hit in America, reaching number two on the US Modern Rock Tracks chart, number four on the US Billboard Hot 100, and number six on the US Top 40 Mainstream.
The song's melodic and talking vocals in English are provided by Angel X (Andreas Harde), a passive short talking vocal by Sandra ("That's not the beginning of the end, that's the return to yourself, the return to innocence"), while an Amis people chant is repeated, which opens the song.
The Amis are an indigenous people of Taiwan.
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