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Jan 27,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Thank You For The Music on Discogs. Label: Polydor - ,Polar - • Format: 4x, CD Compilation, Remastered Box Set Limited Edition, Numbered • Country: Europe • Genre: Electronic, Pop • Style: Disco, Synth-pop, Schlager, Europop/5(82). Apr 18,  · Sweden's answer to the Beatles was its second biggest industry (behind Volvo) during the '70s, and this 4-CD boxed set is the definitive look at the ABBA phenomenon, with every hit as well as an entire CD of unreleased demos and many other songs never before on CD, for a total of 66 tracks!/5(). "Thank You for the Music" is a song by the Swedish pop group ABBA. It was originally featured on the group's fifth studio album The Album (), and was released as a single on 6 November , to promote the Epic Records compilation album of the same name (similar compilations were released in other countries). The song "Our Last Summer", which was originally featured on the group's seventh Label: Polar (original release). ABBAmania is a tribute album to Swedish disco-pop band ABBA, released in It followed an ITV programme of the same name and featured various British and Irish artists covering ABBA songs, except for "I Know Him So Well", which originated from the musical Chess, though it was written by ABBA songwriters Benny Andersson and Björn Ulvaeus.. Track listing. The medley "Thank Abba For The Music", which was originally performed at the BRIT Awards by Steps, Cleopatra, B*Witched, Billie and Tina Cousins is also included, but the album's highlight is B*Witched's cover of "Does Your Mother Know"--a combination of electric guitars, techno beats and sugar-coated harmonies with a slight country twang/5(22). BRISBANE BOY’S LANDMARK NEW ABBA BOOK TO BE LAUNCHED BY MUSIC INDUSTRY GUEST STARS! Music history will be made – perhaps even rewritten – with the official launch of a groundbreaking new insight into the genius of ABBA by Brisbane musician Christopher Patrick, from pm on Tuesday 16 December at The Queensland Orchestra studios at 53 Ferry Road, West . About “Thank You for the Music” (Unreviewed) Originally recorded in for The Album, it was re-released to promote ABBA’s compilation album of the same name in Over the October to November Agnetha began to work on her second English - language solo album. Eric Stewart, formerly with English rock band 10cc, replaced Mike Chapman as producer, and. The album peaked at #17 on the UK Album Chart, breaking ABBA's run of eight consecutive UK number 1 albums from Greatest Hits in to The Singles: The First Ten Years in However, it was certified gold for sales of over , The song "Thank You for the Music" was released as a single in the UK in November with the Super Trouper album track "Our Last Summer" (also on .


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  1. Saramar - Reply
    Released in Europe in October and in the U.S. six months later, Thank You for the Music is the ABBA box set retrospective, tracing their ten years of record-making, , including 52 previously released tracks on the first three discs, plus a fourth disc of rarities. Listening to all the singles, plus scattered album tracks and B-sides, provides a clear picture of the group's.
  2. Meztizahn - Reply
    Over the October to November Agnetha began to work on her second English - language solo album. Eric Stewart, formerly with English rock band 10cc, replaced Mike Chapman as producer, and.
  3. Doubei - Reply
    The medley "Thank Abba For The Music", which was originally performed at the BRIT Awards by Steps, Cleopatra, B*Witched, Billie and Tina Cousins is also included, but the album's highlight is B*Witched's cover of "Does Your Mother Know"--a combination of electric guitars, techno beats and sugar-coated harmonies with a slight country twang/5(22).
  4. Dataur - Reply
    As ABBA's success grew, so did the musical ambition of the group's songwriters, Bjorn Ulvaeus and Benny Andersson. One of the first examples of this increased ambition appeared on the second side of The Album in the form of "The Girl With the Golden Hair: 3 Scenes From a Mini-Musical," a triptych of songs written especially for the group's live show.
  5. Kilkree - Reply
    Oct 18,  · For the Vinyl Half Speed Mastered edition I can only give stars maximum, ABBA and the music on this album is The mastering is quite nice, not perfect. They probably used the original vinyl LP masters for this as I recognise some tape issues/5().
  6. Marr - Reply
    In ABBA released an album Greatest Hits Vol. 2, with a new track Gimme! Gimme! Gimme! (A Man After Midnight) on it. This song became the most popular disco-hit in Europe. But the divorce of Agnetha and Björn threw a shadow on the reputation of ABBA. Gradually the popularity of the band started falling.
  7. Grokree - Reply
    Thank You For The Music, ABBA Frida is amazingly beautiful in the pictures below, which were taken in More than this, I really think the photos show her inner beauty - her kindness, her strength and her naïve - or would it be absent-minded? - air.
  8. Kazishicage - Reply
    About Thank You for the Music "Thank You for the Music" is a song by the Swedish pop group ABBA. It was originally featured on the group's fifth studio album The Album (), and was released as a single on 6 November , to promote the Epic Records compilation album of the same name (similar compilations were released in other countries).
  9. Muzil - Reply
    "Fernando" is a song by the Swedish pop group ABBA. It was released in March as the brand new track for the compilation album Greatest Hits, but was also included on the group's fourth studio album Arrival in Australia and New Zealand. "Fernando" is also featured on the multi-million-selling Gold: Greatest Hits compilation.

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