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The Definitive Collection

The Definitive Collection
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Description: D D Is there anything that simply screams the 1970s' most indelible pop cultural clichés--the sunny romanticism, perfect vocal hooks, feathered hair, stacked heels, and flared sateen britches--more than the Swedish pop phenomenon Abba? And while many a pundit snootily dismissed them during their prime as some sort of prefabricated aberration, their worldwide popularity peaked somewhere just south of Beatlesmania. Indeed, Abba's music was as finely tooled and crafted as anything to come from a Volvo or IKEA factory--if occasionally more economically potent. This double-disc, 37-track anthology comes neatly on the heels of Mama ... (more)
Manufacturer: Polydor / Pgd
Release date: 2 November 2011
Number of discs: 2
EAN: 0731454997423 UPC: 731454997423
Tags: Europop (3), Swedish (3), Compilation (3), 07 (2), (lib) (2), *saipal (2), 2 Hours (2), Sverige (2), Abba (2), Anthology (2), 70s (2), Pop (2), Perfect Pop (2), Rock (2), Classic Pop (1)
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500 CDs You Must Own Before You Die! (500 music items)

"From tacky Eurofroth (“Waterloo,” “Ring Ring”) to mature divorce tunes (“The Winner Takes It All,” “One of Us”) and genuine oddness (“The Day Before You Came”), ABBA’s songs were so impressively produced that even Led Zeppelin used their studios. Standout track: “Dancing Queen”"


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