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Flowers Become Screens

"Flowers Become Screens" is a 1994 song by the Canadian electronic music group Delerium featuring singer Kristy Thirsk from their 1994 album Semantic Spaces. The B-side of the single is the track "Incantation" from the same album. In some territories "Incantation" was used as the A-side of the single instead of "Flowers Become Screens".[1][2][3]

"Flowers Become Screens"
Flowers become screens.jpg
Single by Delerium
from the album Semantic Spaces and The Best Of
Released 1994
Format 12", CD
Genre Ambient
Length 7:56 (Album Version)
4:22 (Radio Edit)
Label Nettwerk
Songwriter(s) Bill Leeb
Rhys Fulber
Kristy Thirsk
Producer(s) Delerium
Delerium singles chronology
"Flowers Become Screens"
(1994)
""Euphoria (Firefly)"
(1997)
"Flowers Become Screens/Incantation"
(1994)
""Euphoria (Firefly)"
(1997)

"Flowers Becomes Screens" was remixed by Deepsky in 2000 as a bonus track on the album Poem.[4]

Both songs have a music video directed by William Morrison and Paddy Gillen.

Track listingEdit

USA/Canada Single - 1994
  1. "Flowers Become Screens (Edit)" - 4:22
  2. "Flowers Become Screens (Frequency Modulation Mix)" - 7:57
  3. "Flowers Become Screens (Return To Babylon Mix)" - 5:34
  4. "Incantation (12" Mix/Edit)" - 8:53
USA/Canada Vinyl - 1994
  1. "Flowers Become Screens (Frequency Modulation Mix)" - 7:57
  2. "Flowers Become Screens (Return To Babylon Mix) - 5:34
  3. "Flowers Become Screens (Cryogenics Mix) - 7:29)
Incantation vinyl - 1994
  1. "Incantation (Extended Mix)" - 8:53
  2. "Incantation (7" Edit)" - 8:53
  3. "Incantation (Methadone Dub)" - 8:53
German Single - 1994
  1. "Incantation (Radio Edit)" - 3:35
  2. "Flowers Become Screens (Radio Edit)" - 4:22
  3. "Flowers Become Screens (Frequency Modulation Mix)" - 7:57
  4. "Flowers Become Screens (Return To Babylon Mix)" - 5:34
Canada promo cd - 1995
  1. "Flowers Become Screens (Edit)" - 4:22
  2. "Flatlands"

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Delerium - Flowers Become Screens". youtube.com. Retrieved 4 January 2014. 
  2. ^ "Delerium– Flowers Become Screens". discogs.com. Retrieved 4 January 2014. 
  3. ^ "Flowers Become Screens (4:21)". last.fm. Retrieved 4 January 2014. 
  4. ^ "Poem". delerium.ca. Retrieved 4 January 2014.