Glory Glamour And Gold

Universal Music Ltd.
Release date
17 Mar 2008
Running length
13 tracks
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    Track     Duration Listeners
1 Hurrah Hurrah Apocalypse 5:32 2,233
2 Sexual Revolution (Disco Radio Edit) 3:45 238
3 Stand Up For Myself 4:01 3,236
4 Lit De Parade (Video Edit) 3:16 1,582
5 Life Is Fantastic 4:04 5,439
6 Mr. Battyman 3:12 701
7 C'est Demon 3:32 570
8 Shine Like A Star 3:40 3,202
9 You've Come A Long Way Baby 6:06 1,547
10 Ballrooms Of Versailles 3:26 2,112
11 Dub Evolution 4:20 1,294
12 Like A Virgin Sacrified 4:03 2,215
13 Lit De Parade (Radio Edit) 3:28 3,243

About this album

Glory, Glamour and Gold is Army of Lovers fourth studio album. It was released in 1994. It’s actually their last album containing all new songs. The next albums are compilations, containing a few new songs. Three singles were taken from this album: Lit de Parade, Sexual Revolution and Life is Fantastic. The most successful single was Lit De Parade, it got lots of Airplay in UK and Europe. It got some sort of success in United States peaking # 14 in the Billboard Dance singles. Sexual Revolution debuted also # 14 in the US but dropped off Hot-100 within five weeks. It was the first time that all songs that appeared as a singles from an Army Of Lovers album where remixed from the original album versions.

The tracklist of the UK & US release contains the same tracklist as the European one.

Hurrah Hurrah Apocalypse and Lit de Parade were produced by Vacuum, which were in fact Alexander Bard and Anders Wollbeck. It is the first referral to Alexander’s (second) band after he left Army of Lovers.

This album remains the lowest selling studioalbum of the band right after the debut album with sales approximetely 1 million Copies.

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  • AGRESSOR_rus

    I have this on tape hahahaha :D

    20 Aug 2011 Reply
  • Vallaor

    Their last LP, apart from Les Greatest Hits. It has some amazing moments (Look no further than the first track), it has some fillers (Ballrooms of Versailles, Mr Battyman). It's still first rate material from the masters of campy perversion.HAIL THE SEXUAL REVOLUTION!

    26 Jun 2011 Reply

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