Personnel: Alexander Bard (vocals, guitar, sitar); Camilla Thulin, La Camilla (vocals, keyboards); Jean-Pierre Barda (vocals, drums); Max Martin (vocals, background vocals); Dominika Peczynski, Michaela Dornonville (vocals); Anders Wollbeck (guitar, keyboards, programming); Per Adebratt (guitar, programming); Henrik Janson, Chuck Anthony (guitar); Anders Hansson (keyboards, programming, background vocals); Jacob Schulze (keyboards); Gota Yashiki (percussion, percussion programming); Jonas Stadling (percussion); Emil Hellman (drum programming); Malin Backstrom, Magnus Rongedal, Erika Essen M”ller, Lotten Andersson, The 69 Caruso, Vicki Benckert, Jean-Paul Wall, Army Tabernacle Choir, Lilling Palmeklint, Jeanette S”derholm, Katarina Wilczewski, Victor, Victor (background vocals).
Audio Mixers: Alexander Bard; Ola H†kansson; Per Adebratt; Nuzak; Anders Wollbeck; Anders Hansson.
Audio Remixers: Denniz Pop; Max Martin ; Anders Hansson.
Recording information: Cheiron Studios, Stockholm, Sweden; Eclectic Music Studio, Stockholm, Sweden; Europa Studios, Stockholm, Sweden; N; Nuzak Studios, Stockholm, Sweden; Sonet Studios, Stockholm, Sweden; Swemix Studios, Stockholm, Sweden.
Director: Fredrik Boklund.
Les Greatest Hits remains the best introduction to Army of Lovers' music; along with the singles "Supernatural," "Crucified," "Obsession" and "Israelism," it also features the new tracks "Give My Life," "Venus and Mars" and "Requiem." ~ Jason Ankeny