More ABBA Gold: More ABBA Hits

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More ABBA Gold: More ABBA Hits

More ABBA Gold: More ABBA Hits

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While still including the full-length version of “The Visitors”, it uses the original 7'‘ edit of “Eagle”. The original CD also included an unsatisfactory edit of ‘The Visitors’, from a 1982 US promotional single, about a minute and a half shorter than the full album version. Beaten by 3 ABBA Albums - 'Greatest Hits' - 11 Weeks - 1976, 'Arrival' - 10 Weeks - 1977, 'Super Trouper' - 9 Weeks - 1980/1981. All ABBA recordings are not properly mastered, so it is hard to compare the bare recordings before proper rework. Lets be honest a good pop band that made good songs that appealed to all ages and the record company wanted to make a few shillings from there back catalogue.

A 3 CD edition that includes the original album (disc 1), the More Gold: More Hits album (disc 2) and the "Golden B-sides" (disc 3), containing 20 B-sides. ABBA fans were pleased when 1992’s multi-million selling ABBA GOLD was followed eight months later by a second CD, MORE ABBA GOLD – More ABBA Hits, featuring hit singles that hadn’t made the cut on the first album, B-sides, album tracks, and the first release of “new” ABBA music in over ten years, the shelved 1982 track ‘I Am The City’.Songs that had limited single release such as ‘Angeleyes’, ‘On And On And On’, ‘When All Is Said And Done’, and ‘The Visitors’; songs deemed as “singles that never were” like ‘When I Kissed The Teacher’; and album tracks that seem to have been favourites of the compilers of the album like ‘Out Last Summer’ and ‘The Way Old Friends Do’. The best way to measure long term importance of an album is clearly through amount of sales, making Gold number 2 and Queen greatest hits a clear Number One. ABBA Gold' and 'More ABBA Gold' never got 30,500 Sales, (each), added in from 'Forever Gold', the 1996 CD, which has both 'Gold's in it. Since 1992, it has been re-released several times, most notably in 1999 as the first remastered reissue to mark the group's 25th anniversary of winning the Eurovision Song Contest 1974, in 2008 to coincide with the release of the film Mamma Mia! The track listing was similar to the original album, with some added content: a 25-minute documentary produced in 1999, and the 1992 video of "Dancing Queen".

In the spirit of the last stanza of the Black National Anthem, we rise from the past, rooted deeply in the soil of ancestral struggles, to build a home, to claim our space. Of special interest are tracks recorded during ABBA’s final 1982 sessions, particularly the previously unreleased “I Am the City,” a sleek and otherworldly tune reflecting the influence of techno-pop groups like Depeche Mode and OMD. S. chart singles, songs like “Eagle,” “Angeleyes,” and “On and On and On” found their greatest success in European markets. I bought this CD to compare the 1999 sound against the re-mastered 2008 edition of More ABBA Gold which I've owned from new. The 1993 audio releases include a single edit of "Eagle", a promo edit of "The Visitors" and an alternate mix of "Lovelight".

million copies and is the nineteenth biggest-selling greatest-hits album in the Nielsen Music era (which began in 1991). unreleased 1982 track , Just like That'was also considered for release on MORE ABBA GOLD, but Bjorn and Benny nixed that idea. Thus, you may be tempted to see this "best of the rest" compilation as superfluous and pass it over.



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