Dead Can Dance are one of a kind. I never got into them; they are even more loaded than Enigma sometimes, much, much darker, and more worldly. And I do listen to Delerium. A lot: in fact, I have Semantic Spaces, Karma, Poem, and their latest flop (in my opinion), Chimera. Deep Forest...now...there is always a war going on somewhere about Deep Forest versus Enigma, it's a long, boring story. The bottom line is: Deep Forest is nowhere near as complex as Enigma, and not as sensual. Though they have their own specialities. From what I understand, their latest album, Music Detected is so bad that it basically killed the fanbase. But again, the same can be said about Enigma's latest - it's such a drastic change that the true Enigma can barely be heard. Now Delerium had the best new album between Enigma and Deep Forest. I don't listen to Deep Forest, though there are some really, really catchy tunes that I can't help but love - Sweet Lullaby, the ambient live version, is so breathtaking and refreshing it's impossible to resist it. There are few more. Nothing beats Enigma. But if you really, really want your mind to be blown away by something so divine, get Schiller - specifically the new album - Liebe; you'll have to import it from Amazon.com, but it is worth every penny spent on it; I imported it right when it came out and my total price was around $56. It's one of my all time favorite CDs. Try it. Makes the new Enigma album look like child's play.