I, quite bizarrely, woke up this morning with Enigma's "Sadeness (Part I)" stuck in my brain. I don't remember dreaming about cloaked gregorian chanters, but there ya have it! "Sadeness" was a huuuge hit back in 1990/91 from Enigma's (aka Michael Cretu) album MCMXC a.D., which I have lying around my place somewhere along with the followup The Cross of Changes.
Do you guys remember them? Sure, they went to the shitter after the second album and they are solely responsible for those ridiculous albums featuring Gregorian chant versions of U2 and Whitney Houston songs, but for a while there they were quite amazingly bonkers. Below is the clip for "Sadeness (Part I)", which I was very much addicted to "back in the day", partly because it creeped me out and I had no idea what was going on (Hey, I was only five years old!)
Aah, for the days when bizarre songs in foreign languages and instrumentals could top the charts!