“Silence” is a song by the Canadian group Delirium. It features singer Sarah McLachlan (also Canadian) who also has a co-writing credit.
There are so many remixes, and a number of them came out at the same time, that it is hard to know what is the original version. The album (or radio) mix was about 4 minutes, and cut to sound “pop.” The Sanctuary mix which was released at the same time is over 11 minutes. This is a compromise at 6 and a half. (The song was released in 1999 in the UK, and the following year in the US.)
“Silence” is trance music, which is to say long, builds to at least 1 and maybe more peaks before ending.
I really like McLachlan’s voice; I find it haunting in some way on this piece.
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