Schiller is a music project created by a famous German composer and producer Christopher von Deylen. The project was named in honor of a German poet, Friedrich Schiller. The musician made a sudden and highly successful entrance to the German world of music in 1998. He debuted with an unusual trance track, which featured German poetry with mystical elements. The artist quickly attracted fans and became popular all over Europe.
The first single called "Glockenspiel" made it into top-25 of the German charts and stayed there for three months. In 1998, the single became a huge hit in German nightclubs. The music video for the song was played on the TV channel Viva.
The next track, "Liebesschmerz", came in 24th on the charts. In 1999, the artist released the debut album, Zeitgeist, which featured a combination of original music styles. Tracks were suitable for chilling out as well as dancing so they conquered the nightclub scene. In the USA, the album came out in 2001. It featured different genres and became highly popular among American fans. Schiller’s music also conquered eastern and western Europe.
Two years after the artist released his debut LP, he presented the next album. In Germany, it came out as Weltreise while the American version was called Voyage. It topped the German Pop Album Chart, sold over 200,000 copies in Germany and earned gold status.