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Conjure One is the self-titled debut album by Canadian electronic music project Conjure One, headed by Rhys Fulber. The album was released in September 2002 (see 2002 in music).

Conjure One
Conjure One cover.jpg
Studio album by Conjure One
Released 17 September 2002
Recorded 1997—2001
Genre Worldbeat
Length 54:37
65:59 (with bonus tracks)
Label Nettwerk
Producer Rhys Fulber
Conjure One chronology
Conjure One
Extraordinary Ways
(2005)Extraordinary Ways2005
Singles from Conjure One
  1. "Redemption"
    Released: 2001
  2. "Sleep"
    Released: 2002
  3. "Tears From The Moon"
    Released: 2002
  4. "Center Of The Sun"
    Released: 2003
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4.5/5 stars[1]


Track listingEdit

All tracks written by Rhys Fulber, except where noted.

  1. "Damascus" (Fulber, Chemda Khalili) – 2:02
  2. "Center of the Sun" (Fulber, Poe) – 5:00
    • vocals by Poe.
  3. "Tears from the Moon" (Rick Nowels, Billy Steinberg, Kyoko Baertsoen) – 4:17
  4. "Tidal Pool" (Fulber) – 6:50
    • vocals by Chemda.
  5. "Manic Star" (Fulber, Steinberg, Marie-Claire D'Ubaldo) – 5:23
  6. "Redemption" (Fulber, Khalili) – 6:59
  7. "Years" (Fulber, Chris Elliott) – 6:21
    • vocals by Chemda.
  8. "Make a Wish" (Fulber, Poe) – 4:32
    • vocals by Poe.
  9. "Pandora" (Fulber) – 5:02
    • additional vocals by Mel Garside.
  10. "Sleep" (Steinberg, Nowels, D'Ubaldo) – 5:00
    • vocals by Marie-Claire D'Ubaldo.
  11. "Premonition (Reprise)" (Fulber, Elliott) – 3:02
    • vocals by Joanna Stevens.

Bonus tracksEdit

Nettwerk released the album in Canada and Europe (outside of the UK) with two additional tracks.

  1. "Sleep (Serenity Remix by Carmen Rizzo)" – 5:34
  2. "Premonition" (vocals by Jeff Martin of The Tea Party, additional vocals by Joanna Stevens) – 5:44

iTunes Music Store bonus tracksEdit

The iTunes edition of the album included live performances instead, recorded from the 2003 Delerium tour which co-headlined Conjure One.

  1. "Sleep" (live in Montreal)
  2. "Tears from the Moon" (live in Montreal)
  3. "Redemption" (live in San Diego)

Bonus discsEdit

Limited edition releases of the album included a second disc. The contents of the disc vary with region.

North AmericaEdit

  1. "Tears from the Moon" (Hybrid's Twisted on the Terrace mix)
  2. "Redemption" (Max Graham's Dead Sea mix)
  3. "Sleep" (Ian Van Dahl mix)
  4. "Tears from the Moon" (Robbie Rivera mix)


  1. "Tears from the Moon" (Hybrid's Twisted on the Terrace mix)
  2. "Redemption" (Max Graham's Dead Sea mix)
  3. "Sleep" (Ian Van Dahl mix)
  4. "Tears from the Moon" (Tiësto's In Search of Sunrise mix)
  5. "Sleep" (Solar Stone Afterhours mix)


Each single was released in 12" and/or CD formats, and included a number of remixes, listed here in no particular order.

"Redemption" (2001)Edit

12" single only.

  • Max Graham's Dead Sea mix
  • Album version (early mix)

"Sleep" (2002)Edit

12" and CD singles.

  • Album version
  • Max Graham mix
  • Ian Van Dahl mix
  • Angel Alanis & Smitty mix
  • Solar Stone's Afterhours mix

"Tears from the Moon" (2002)Edit

12" and CD singles.

  • Album version
  • Tiësto's In Search of Sunrise mix
  • Hybrid's Twisted on the Terrace mix
  • Hybrid's Twisted on the Terrace dub
  • Hybrid's Twisted on the Terrace V2
  • Robbie Rivera mix
  • Carmen Rizzo Stateside West Chillout mix

"Sleep" and "Tears from the Moon" were also released as double A-sides. "Tears from the Moon" was featured in the television show Charmed, and the "Carmen Rizzo Stateside West Chillout Mix" was featured on the soundtrack of the Lara Croft Tomb Raider: The Cradle of Life soundtrack.

"Center of the Sun" (2003)Edit

"Center of the Sun" is featured in the film X Men 2.

12" and CD singles.

  • Pete Lorimer - 29 Palms Remix (Edit)
  • Album Version
  • Junkie XL Remix
  • Pete Lorimer - 29 Palms Remix
  • Solarstone's Chilled-Out Remix


  • Alex "Condor" Aligizakis – Digital Editing
  • Sean Ashby – Pedal Steel
  • Curt Bisquera – Percussion
  • Zach Blackstone – Assistant Engineer
  • Blair Calibaba – Engineer
  • Greg Collins – Digital Editing
  • Marie Claire D'Ubaldo – Vocals
  • Chris Elliott – Piano, Conductor, String Arrangements, Piano (Grand)
  • Rhys Fulber – Programming, Producer
  • Chris Garcia – Engineer
  • Melanie Garside – Vocals, Title
  • Olaf Heine – Photography
  • Ted Jensen – Mastering
  • Mark Jowett – A&R
  • Junkie XL – Guitar, Keyboards, Programming, Producer, Engineer, Mixing
  • Mike Landolt – Engineer
  • Jeff Martin – Vocals, Guitar (Acoustic), Guitar (Bowed), Esraj
  • Ralph Morrison – Violin
  • Jamie Muhoberac – Keyboards, Vocals
  • Rick Nowels – Guitar (Acoustic), Guitar (Electric), Keyboards, *Producer, Chamberlin
  • Sinéad O'Connor – Vocals
  • Tim Pierce – Guitar
  • Mike Plotnikoff – Engineer, Mixing
  • Greg Reely – Mixing
  • Brian Reeves – Mixing
  • Carmen Rizzo – Programming, Digital Editing, Mixing
  • John Rummen – Cover Design
  • Paul Silveira – Digital Editing
  • Ashwin Sood – Percussion, Drums
  • Joanna Stevens – Vocals
  • Graeme Stewart – Engineer
  • Vancouver Symphony Orchestra – Strings
  • Randy Wine – Engineer


Singles - Billboard (North America)[2]

Year Single Chart Position
2002 "Sleep" Hot Dance Music/Club Play 14
2002 "Tears from the Moon" Hot Dance Music/Club Play 3
2003 "Center of the Sun" Hot Dance Music/Club Play 3


  • Sandra Cretu did a version of "Sleep" called, "Casino Royale" and can be found on her latest album The Art Of Love.
  • Polish singer Edyta Górniak also recorded a version of "Sleep".
  • "Tears from the Moon" was heard as the opening song in an episode of Charmed.
  • "Tears From The Moon" is used in two TV adverts for Dorna Mineral Water in Romania and Slovakia.

Notes and referencesEdit

  1. ^ Allmusic review
  2. ^ Artist Chart History - Conjure One. Accessed September 7, 2006.