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Pure Reason Revolution - Amor Vincit Omnia

7.5 | 24 votes |
Release date: 6 March 2009
Style: Alternative rock, Progressive rock


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2 want it

01. Les Malheurs
02. Victorious Cupid
03. I) Keep Me Sane/Insane
04. II) Apogee III) Requiem For The Lovers
05. Deus Ex Machina
06. Bloodless
07. Disconnect
08. The Gloaming
09. AVO

[special edition bonus dvd]
01. Deus Ex Machina [Live at NEARfest, Pennsylvania, USA]
02. Victorious Cupid [Live at NEARfest, Pennsylvania, USA]
03. Les Malheurs [Live at Rockpalast, Bonn, Germany]
04. The Gloaming [Live at Rockpalast, Bonn, Germany]
05. Apogee [Live at Cargo, London, UK]

Additional info
Progressive Rock / Indus Metal
Label: Superball Music
Promotion In France: Replica Records
United Kingdom: 2009
Length: 45:24

Line-Up on the CD:
Vocals, keyboard: Chloe Alper
Guitars, vocals, programming, bass and keyboards: Jon Courtney Guitars, vocals: Jamie Willcox
Drums: Paul Glover

Staff review by
Back in 2007, "The Dark Third" was a real revelation for me. Coming from United Kingdom, Pure Reason Revolution started its career with a really refreshing and original album. Obviously, the band was already one of the most innovative and original combo and "Amor Vincit Omnia" will follow this trend, even if this time, it should be a bit more polemical?

published 07.03.2009 | Comments (9)

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11.04.2018 - 20:31
Rating: 7
JC Steele
Better than the 3rd album. Not their best written songs though. I think Les Malheurs and The Gloaming from this album are what could be called "classic" PRR songs, but I don't think anything from this album touches their strongest compositions on the debut
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25.02.2020 - 12:29
Rating: 7

There are some nice tracks here (particularly Apogee/Requiem For The Lovers and The Gloaming), but Disconnect is a tad irritating. Bit jump from TDT

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