Perhaps one of the most successful pop/classical fusion tasks, Gregorian mixes well-known pop and rock and roll tunes with Gregorian chants. Overseen by maker Frank Peterson, co-founder of Michael Cretu’s Enigma clothing, Gregorian’s first recording, Experts of Chant, released in 1999 (an early on 1991 Peterson recording released beneath the name Gregorian isn’t counted among the group’s established releases, but currently uses the same visual), became a smash strike throughout Europe, getting into the very best Ten in nine different countries. The next albums continuing in the same vein, covering tunes by Peter Gabriel, Lenny Kravitz, Coldplay, Björk, Queen, Tears for Worries, as well as others. The Dark Part, released in 2004, place a stronger focus on the rock and roll component and included tunes by Nine In . Nails as well as the Doorways. Including two live Dvd and blu-ray releases, many sequels towards the Experts of Chant recording, and a 2006 Xmas album, Gregorian offered over four million information under Peterson’s assistance.