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Swedish dance music group which formed in 1987. They had a number of hits in Europe throughout the 1990s with songs such as "Crucified" (which was number one on the Eurochart for eight consecutive weeks and remains their best known song internationally).

The name of the band alludes to a documentary "Armee der Liebenden oder Revolte der Perversen" about the German gay rights activist Rosa von Praunheim.

1996 and five albums later Alexander Bard disbanded the group to concentrate on his new group Vacuum.

Army of Lovers reformed with Bard, Camilla Henemark and Jean-Pierre Barda in late 2012 to enter the Melodifestivalen 2013 with the song "Rockin' the ride" in hopes of representing Sweden in the Eurovision Song Contest 2013 in Malmö. They failed to progress to the final and a few days later issued a press release to announce that Camilla Henemark would be replaced by former member Dominika Peczynski for the remainder of their on-going reunion.
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ARMYMC-1 Army Of Lovers - Disco Extravaganza album art Army Of Lovers Disco Extravaganza (Album) Ton Son Ton ARMYMC-1 Sweden 1990 Sell This Version
ULT 9502-2 Army Of Lovers - Massive Luxury Overdose album art Army Of Lovers Massive Luxury Overdose (Album) Ton Son Ton ULT 9502-2 Germany 1991 Sell This Version
RPM1298 Army Of Lovers - Massive Luxury Overdose (U.S. Edition) album art Army Of Lovers Massive Luxury Overdose (U.S. Edition) (Album) Stockholm Records RPM1298 South Africa 1992 Sell This Version
519133-1, 519 133-1 Army Of Lovers - The Gods Of Earth And Heaven album art Army Of Lovers The Gods Of Earth And Heaven (Album) Stockholm Records, Stockholm Records, Stockholm Records, Stockholm Records 519133-1, 519 133-1 Greece 1993 Sell This Version
523 614 - 1 Army Of Lovers - Glory Glamour And Gold album art Army Of Lovers Glory Glamour And Gold (Album) Stockholm Records 523 614 - 1 Greece 1994 Sell This Version