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The first release by VNV Nation was the 12" vinyl single "Body Pulse," which was released in May of 1990. A second 12" single, called "Strength of Youth" followed in November of that same year. At the end of 1990, VNV Nation moved to Canada, where they were able to tour as a support act for the popular electronic dance act Nitzer Ebb. VNV Nation returned to Europe ... Read more in Amazon's VNV Nation Store

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  • Audio CD
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Import
  • ASIN: B001MJQ976
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)

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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By mister superstar on 10 April 2007
Format: Audio CD
What can i say, VNV have always been a little hit and miss with me, ive never really found an album of theirs that i could sit through and enjoy every song. Well now i take that all back. They have managed to produce a deep, varied and extremley well rounded record. Containing a wonderful balance of electro, industrial and even classical. Each song has layers of truth and meaning, of which most of us will be able to relate too. Those looking for killer dance songs [e.g. chrome] will find slavation in tracks such as Testament, Momentum and Nemesis, and those looking for a song you can loose yourself in will also find something on here with Illusion and The Farthest Star. I really cannot reccomend this enough, if your a fan of VNV already, i doubt you will be dissappointed, and if your not this is a great introductory album to a great band
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By EtInArcadiaEgo on 17 Mar. 2011
Format: Audio CD
I am astounded at the luke warm reviews that this album has received. It is conceptually brilliant, lyrically beautiful, internally cohesive and utterly unique. It has the weight, power, nobility, profundity and real feeling of a work by Beethoven or Wagner. It has a real message. And on top of all this, it also KICKS ASS! Not often you can rave to something deep and meaningful - maybe A23 or Primal Scream comes to mind.

I guess it's a personal preference, but most of the VNV fans I know love the album as much as I do. Heck, it is worth buying just for the last 4 absolutely stunning tracks, Secluded Spaces, Illusion, Carry You and As it Fades. In fact it's worth buying just for any 1 of these!
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VNV Nation, like many other bands, are haunted by their success. Their breakthrough album Empires was a massive hit with underground EBM movement, and saw classics such as Kingdom and Dark Angel get a lot play in clubs and internet radio.

And so there in lies the quandry; do you stick with a formula that you know that works, or do you grow artistically and evolve your sound, accepting that not all your fans will be happy and you may lose some along the way?

VNV Nation have opted for the latter, and whilst not a bad album, it is not a great album either.

In terms of tempo, this is a perhaps a more even affair than previous offerings which were very peaky - neither of which are bad thing. Certainly the album shows a level of maturity, and in places the influences of Vangelis (circa China) and Mike Oldfield (circa Tubular Bells) are very pronounced in a kind of relaxed borderline ballad type way. And this in itself make for nice easy listening.

"Descent", "Momentum" and "Nemisis" give this album some sense of contrast, and nod to some of the more sinister aspects of humanity, but whereas previous offerings have given moments of absolute screaming rage, alienation, and frustration, I feel that this albums quietly seethes without ever exploding.

It is perhaps all too evident from their contemporaries recent releases, such as A23's Compass Compass, that the older these artists become so they are less able rage and rail.

Maybe this is VNV's midlife crisis, and if so, it's not awful, but I look forward to a bit more passion in the next release.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Michael Ashton on 14 Mar. 2012
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You could perhaps say just another techno/electro/industrial/whatever album? No. It is so much more. I don't have anything significant to add, but this review software insisted.
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A friend of mine was already fan of VNV nation. Honoustly I have never heard of them. Listening to Judgement for the first time I was blown away by the creativity of the duo. For listeners who are looking for an introduction to the 'elecro' genre or just VNV Nation, this album is certainly a great first album. Within a month I've already bought 4 VNV Nation records. What can I say: I'm hooked.
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