Album Box Sets [VINYL]
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LP8 replicates the incorrect durations on labels that appeared on early copies of original LP: 8A5 3.
The version appears to be the same as Voyage, with "SST" masters, except has slightly different codes in matrices. ABBA had won Eurovision Song Contest with the song "Waterloo" and soon they became a sensation in Europe.ABBA celebrate the 50th anniversary of their debut album Ring Ring with a new collection of vinyl products. It topped the charts in 18 countries around the world, winning numerous platinum and gold certifications and becoming the group's highest-ranking album in the US in ABBA's history, at No. K. But in Australia, it topped the charts, causing the Australian record company to pull its own second single, "Mamma Mia," off the album.
You can change your choices at any time by visiting Cookie preferences, as described in the Cookie notice.The albums in the 10xLP box set will be pressed on 180g heavyweight vinyl, while the 10xCD collection will be accompanied by a 40-page booklet featuring album information and classic photographs from throughout the group’s career. The track listings of the albums mirror the original Swedish releases, as originally planned and conceived by ABBA.
In the UK, it debuted at the top and remained there for seven weeks, ending up as the third-biggest selling album of the year.This far more appealing Pop/Rock number followed its predecessor into the pole position Down Under and also topped the charts throughout Europe. The first three tracks for the album had already been recorded using analogue tape and therefore Tretow had to transfer all subsequent tracks from digital to analogue and back again to avoid a difference in quality. The intention was to keep working together, but Andersson and Ulvaeus' growing involvement with their stage project, Chess, prevented any further work together by the group beyond three songs, "The Day Before You Came", "Cassandra", and "Under Attack" - they're all present as bonus tracks on the 2001 remastered edition, along with the orphaned B-side "Should I Laugh or Cry" from the same sessions as "The Visitors", and only add to the appeal of the original album. The album entered the UK Albums Chart at number one, with 204 000 chart sales, 90% (180 000) of which were physical sales. This 10-disc package has been updated to include their chart-topping Voyage album and also features a bonus disc of non-album singles and B-sides.
The 10LP Box Set is pressed on 180g heavyweight vinyl and mirrors the spec of the previously released colour LP Box Set (00602508378997). Most of what's here is pleasantly upbeat Europop, with unusually good playing and a lot of spirit, all showing the influence of mainstream American and British Pop/Rock, including the late-era Beatles and early Elton John, and on the title track, a Phil Spector-proportioned production.It was only after its release and the cutting of a further single, "Ring, Ring", that the more familiar sound of the quartet began to coalesce along with the idea of a permanent professional association.