Music Reviews: The Album by ABBA released in 1977. Digitally remastered by Jon Astley and ABBA engineer Michael B. Tretow. 14. Some memorable corny pop like they do at their best, like "thank you for the music", but also some of these enter the crappy territory, such is the example of the annoying attempt at art pop with "marionette".

Vinyl pressing of the 2008 reissue of ABBA , the third album by the Swedish Pop group of the same name, first released in 1975. The deluxe-packaged disc offers a unique time capsule for fans of the most commercially successful pop group of the '70s. Listen to music from ABBA. ABBA - "Our Last Summer" A lesser-known-but-still-beloved ABBA song -- it didn't make the band's classic Gold compilation album, but did land a spot on More ABBA Gold: More ABBA … ! One of those 3 songs "Thankyou for the music" is now regarded as Abba's theme song and is also the title of their terrific 4 cd box set which includes a disc full of previously unreleased stuff....well worth getting. The booklet for this album contains a 3 page essay by John Tobler. Have you heard all their songs?!

The song, however, is included on two of the pop group’s compilation albums “Gold: Greatest Hits” and “Number Ones”. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from ABBA. During their active years, ABBA released 8 studio albums, 3 compilation albums, and many many singles. From ABBA’s final studio album, the Visitors, “One Of Us” is a bit of a darker song. This fantastic Abba box set includes nine CD's which includes all eight of their original albums (1973's Ring Ring, '74's Waterloo, '75'sABBA, '77's Arrival, '78's ABBA The Album, '79's Voulez-Vous, '80's Super Trouper and 1981's The Visitors) plus a ninth CD … ABBA: The Album (also known as simply The Album) is the fifth studio album by the Swedish pop group ABBA.It was released in Scandinavia on 12 December 1977 through Polar Music, but due to the massive pre-orders the UK pressing plants were not able to press sufficient copies before Christmas 1977 and so it was not released in the UK until January 1978.

Genre: Pop. Influenced by the divorces of both Bjorn Ulvaeus and Benny Andersson’s divorces were taking a greater toll on their lives. Abba albums are usually solid affairs, but this one is the first that i though was really spotty.