19 Songs, 1 Hour 18 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

All extremities of human emotion are found in ABBA’s immaculate songbook, from the sobbing ecstasy of “Dancing Queen”—in which European melodic melancholy is warmed up by giddy disco—to the controlled devastation, glacial harmonies, and stately piano of “The Winner Takes It All.” There are lyrics of blossoming love over jittery marimba (“Mamma Mia”) or blaring sax (“Waterloo”) and some of the greatest songs about dying relationships (“S.O.S.,” “Knowing Me, Knowing You”) that pop music could hope to aspire to.

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EDITORS’ NOTES

All extremities of human emotion are found in ABBA’s immaculate songbook, from the sobbing ecstasy of “Dancing Queen”—in which European melodic melancholy is warmed up by giddy disco—to the controlled devastation, glacial harmonies, and stately piano of “The Winner Takes It All.” There are lyrics of blossoming love over jittery marimba (“Mamma Mia”) or blaring sax (“Waterloo”) and some of the greatest songs about dying relationships (“S.O.S.,” “Knowing Me, Knowing You”) that pop music could hope to aspire to.

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Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
247 Ratings
247 Ratings
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Dancing queen

Dancing queen is a perfect song for karaoke for 321

peapod2117 ,

ABBA gold

I love mama Mia and these are most of the songs in the movies. I have memorized all of the songs on this track

BAMA BEAT AUBURN ,

No words

What idiots( probably 20 year old Millie’s)gave this 1 star? Don’t listen to them ! Still have all my LP’s , and still love their beautiful voices that NO NO NO Female singer today could ever match or duplicate because talent like this exists no more , mediocrity will pass these days . I miss real talent only achieved through hard work to earn it not “won”.

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