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Old 04-21-2016, 04:03 PM   #51 (permalink)
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I seriously respect their music and think that their years recording The Visitors and "The Day Before You Came" resulted in some seriously great songs which were perfectly downbeat while still having their on-target aim for classic hooks. I have been a listener ever since the first Greatest Hits album came to my attention as a kid and love the fact that Benny and Bjorn wrote some of the music for Joe Sarno's The Seduction of Igna before Abba turned into the chart-conquering group.





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Old 08-14-2016, 12:45 AM   #52 (permalink)
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One of the first bands that I fell in love with with The Beatles

I love Andate Andate perhaps one of the few unknown songs.
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Old 04-20-2017, 02:33 PM   #53 (permalink)
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ABBA is one of the best pop acts ever imo.

I guess their music can be easily enyojed by different generations, which is what pop music is supposed to be about in the first place!
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one of my favs... why did Agnetha always seem to get less exposure vs. Frieda? She was the better singer out of the two.

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Old 06-07-2020, 12:30 AM   #56 (permalink)
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I personally always saw ABBA as Scandinavian black metal.
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Mamma Mia the musical was amazing. I love Abba.
While abba is one of the best, musical was horrible. When i saw the cast, i knew it spelled trouble. I endured but when Pierce Brosnan started to sing the remote went into the telly. Divine intervention. Muriel's wedding much better.

dancing queen is one of the best songs evheard. Freaking awesome. I'd like to know actually who wrote what. bc i think Benny who wrote it is the true genius, NOT Bjorn, unlike the popular belief.

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I think that Abba belongs more in the 'pop' world than the rock part. what is more they are probably the group who gave the rise to the phrase 'bubblegum pop'. Either way, they are a sheer pleasure to listen to, for the music and the lyrics. My fav is 'Mama mia'
boy did this go off topic or what? theyre pop far as i know and they certainly sound like it. Quintessential pop. I cant believe you like lyrics though. feeling like a number one they have so many lines like that...it even sounds morronic.
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Well I love Abba, I do agree that they are pop, embarassing for me as I dont like pop music, but now we have Britney pop and Brooke Hogan pop!!!!, to me abba is just a retro band with great songs. Some of their lyrics are amazing!!!
christ whats going on here? it's RUBBISH.
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Death metal.

They're only one of the best selling bands in the world, I could see how you might have missed them. And it's not like you could look them up online or anything, amirite?
death metal? i always thought Cyndi Lauper is death. try doom metal.
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I think if you got a couple of compilation CDs, you have just about everything. I'm not 100% sure, but, Abba Gold and maybe More Abba Gold would suffice.
gold has all the major hits.
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one of my favs... why did Agnetha always seem to get less exposure vs. Frieda? She was the better singer out of the two.

cant believe this...it was agnetha who was and was meant to be the biggest star because she was a better singer.
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