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专辑名:ABBA
歌手:ABBA
唱片公司:Polar Music
发行时间:1975-04-21

简介:原发行于1975年的第三张同名专辑【ABBA】是他们走红国际的关键大作,当中收录多首世人锺爱的ABBA经典歌曲,包括拿下英国、德国等5国排行冠军单曲“Mamma Mia”,攻佔德国、澳洲等6国冠军作“SOS”,还有登顶澳洲、纽西兰等4国冠军曲“I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do”...等。2012年重新发行影音限定版,不仅将原始母带经过数位化处理,并增收西班牙文版的“Mamma Mia”、当初录製却未收入的遗珠“Crazy World”、ABBA唯一一首非自创之作“Medley: Pick A Bale Of Cotton/On Top Of Old Smokey/Midnight Special”...等3首加值曲;DVD则收藏从未发行过的电视演出,包含1976年电视特辑「ABBA In Australia」裡12首歌曲的完整表演、1975年电视特辑「Made In Sweden – For Export」裡3首歌曲的演唱,以及两部电视广告...等精彩内容。 注:本资源为2005年再版CD转压的320kbps资源。据一些听过的朋友评价,音质比较回归原始黑胶的感觉。 by William Ruhlmann ABBA's self-titled third album was the one that really broke the group on a worldwide basis. The Eurovision Song Contest winner "Waterloo" had been a major international hit and "Honey, Honey" a more modest one, but ABBA was still an exotic novelty to most of those outside Scandinavia until the release of ABBA in the spring of 1975. "I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do," a schmaltzy tribute to the sound of '50s orchestra leader Billy Vaughn , seemed an unlikely first single, and indeed it barely scraped into the Top 40 in the U.K. But in Australia, it topped the charts, causing the Australian record company to pull its own second single, "Mamma Mia," off the album. This far more appealing pop/rock number followed its predecessor into the pole position Down Under and also topped the charts throughout Europe. "Bang-A-Boomerang," another big production, was less memorable and had less of an impact, but "S.O.S." brought ABBA back to big success in the U.S. and the U.K., pulling along the first two singles. Beyond these tracks, the LP-only songs showed off the group's eclecticism, from the crunchy hard rock guitar riff that propelled "Hey, Hey Helen" to the ambitious instrumental "Intermezzo No. 1," which showed off Benny Andersson and Bj?n Ulvaeus ' classical leanings and foreshadowed their bigger composing projects of the 1980s. ABBA was a surprisingly effective synthesis of pop and rock styles, surprising because the non-English-speaking world had not produced such effective Anglo-American-style contemporary music before, at least for more than a song or two. (The 2001 reissue of ABBA , first released internationally and finally in the U.S., contains "Crazy World," a song from the sessions for the album later released as a B-side, and a medley of folk songs first heard on a charity album.)

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原发行于1975年的第三张同名专辑【ABBA】是他们走红国际的关键大作,当中收录多首世人锺爱的ABBA经典歌曲,包括拿下英国、德国等5国排行冠军单曲“Mamma Mia”,攻佔德国、澳洲等6国冠军作“SOS”,还有登顶澳洲、纽西兰等4国冠军曲“I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do”...等。2012年重新发行影音限定版,不仅将原始母带经过数位化处理,并增收西班牙文版的“Mamma Mia”、当初录製却未收入的遗珠“Crazy World”、ABBA唯一一首非自创之作“Medley: Pick A Bale Of Cotton/On Top Of Old Smokey/Midnight Special”...等3首加值曲;DVD则收藏从未发行过的电视演出,包含1976年电视特辑「ABBA In Australia」裡12首歌曲的完整表演、1975年电视特辑「Made In Sweden – For Export」裡3首歌曲的演唱,以及两部电视广告...等精彩内容。 注:本资源为2005年再版CD转压的320kbps资源。据一些听过的朋友评价,音质比较回归原始黑胶的感觉。 by William Ruhlmann ABBA's self-titled third album was the one that really broke the group on a worldwide basis. The Eurovision Song Contest winner "Waterloo" had been a major international hit and "Honey, Honey" a more modest one, but ABBA was still an exotic novelty to most of those outside Scandinavia until the release of ABBA in the spring of 1975. "I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do," a schmaltzy tribute to the sound of '50s orchestra leader Billy Vaughn , seemed an unlikely first single, and indeed it barely scraped into the Top 40 in the U.K. But in Australia, it topped the charts, causing the Australian record company to pull its own second single, "Mamma Mia," off the album. This far more appealing pop/rock number followed its predecessor into the pole position Down Under and also topped the charts throughout Europe. "Bang-A-Boomerang," another big production, was less memorable and had less of an impact, but "S.O.S." brought ABBA back to big success in the U.S. and the U.K., pulling along the first two singles. Beyond these tracks, the LP-only songs showed off the group's eclecticism, from the crunchy hard rock guitar riff that propelled "Hey, Hey Helen" to the ambitious instrumental "Intermezzo No. 1," which showed off Benny Andersson and Bj?n Ulvaeus ' classical leanings and foreshadowed their bigger composing projects of the 1980s. ABBA was a surprisingly effective synthesis of pop and rock styles, surprising because the non-English-speaking world had not produced such effective Anglo-American-style contemporary music before, at least for more than a song or two. (The 2001 reissue of ABBA , first released internationally and finally in the U.S., contains "Crazy World," a song from the sessions for the album later released as a B-side, and a medley of folk songs first heard on a charity album.)