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9 thoughts on “ One Of Us - ABBA - Absolute ABBA (Vinyl, LP)

  1. Abba - The Visitors, Vinyl LP, Epic , A1/B1 matrix. Condition is Used. Dispatched with Royal Mail 1st Class. Vinyl VG- Outer Sleeve VG- Inner Sleeve VG- (lower edge seam split).
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  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Absolute ABBA on Discogs. Label: Telstar - STAR ,CBS Special Products - STAR • Format: 2x, Vinyl LP, Compilation • Country: UK & Ireland • Genre: Electronic, Pop • Style: Disco/5(32).
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  5. ABBA One Of Us (Scarce Jamaican wide centre 7" vinyl single on the two-tone orange Dynamic label, also including Should I Laugh Or Cry, plain die-cut paper sleeve. The labels are clean & free from writing and the vinyl appears barely played D).
  6. The Visitors (; yellow vinyl) ABBA’s final album to date saw them reaching new levels of maturity, as they displayed their unique sonic bond on songs like ‘One Of Us’ and ‘When All Is.
  7. Jun 01,  · Nearly 40 years since the release of their last album, ABBA are celebrating their entire studio discography with an 8LP box set that features each of their groundbreaking records for the first time on coloured vinyl, and with replica LP artwork.
  8. " One of Us " ("En av oss" in Swedish) is the first single from Swedish pop group ABBA 's eighth studio album The Visitors, their eighth for Polar, and their seventh for Epic and Atlantic. It was released in December The song is also included on the compilation albums Gold: Greatest Hits '.
  9. Though enjoyable, this could have been so much better with one childishly simple change: turn down the background music! When the disk started, I was immediately pleased by the infectious opening track, a disco instrumental (synth hand claps, high-hat cymbals, and all) which, I assume, is pulled from the mix of an ABBA tune unfamiliar to me/5(3).

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