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Category: Hard Rock
Catalog Number: 7243 5 22144 2 6
|1.||Smoke On The Water / Mamma Mia|
|2.||Woman From Tokyo / Does Your Mother Know|
|3.||Tush / I Do I Do I Do I Do I Do|
|4.||Enter Sandman / Take A Chance On Me|
|5.||The Winner Takes It All|
|6.||God Of Thunder / SOS|
|7.||Ballroom Blitz / Dancing Queen|
|8.||Ainīt Talking About Love / Money Money Money|
|9.||Breaking The Law / Ring Ring|
|10.||Heartbreaker / Knowing Me Knowing You|
|11.||The Winner Takes It All Unplugged Version|
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|From: Dave||Date: October 12, 2004 at 17:29|
|I am not ashamed to say that this disc is bloody awesome!!!! Abba was always cool on their own, but with rock guitars, amazing.|
|From: T-Bone||Date: October 13, 2004 at 0:23|
|Finally! Andrew at MelodicRock.com gave this cd a HUGE 99%. After reading it, I had to check it out and I was Blown Away! I grew up to Abba tunes and I love their harmonies and crisp production. To hear someone take their tunes and convert them to rock would in many cases scream blasphemy, but in this case, it's AWESOME! They did a great job with the tune selection both with the Abba side of it and the Music pairing. Favorite Tracks are 1,4 and 8. This CD is an easy 10/10|
|From: Dave||Date: October 13, 2004 at 5:44|
|T-Bone, after your advice on the Sargant Fury page,my copy is on the way aswell.Sounds very interesting this !!!|
|From: Dave||Date: October 29, 2004 at 18:31|
|A great concept executed brilliantly.Your toes never stop tappin' through out the entire album.T-Bone summed it up pretty good in his review but i would also add Tush/I Do I Do I Do, aswell to my fave tracks.The only small detraction I take from the album is that the vocals are more suited to some songs than they are to others but overall this is very well done.I still recommend to everyone to check out AT VANCE'S cover of S.O.S , it is an absolute killer.|
|From: Dave||Date: November 12, 2004 at 16:38|
|This just keeps getting better....."PLAY IT LOUD AND PLAY IT PROUD"|
|From: Erik||Date: December 30, 2004 at 7:26|
|Gotta love it ! Really all killer songs. Sssh dont tell but i actually always liked Abba and then to hear now in this absolutly brilliant rockform is just awesome. Play it LOUD !|
|From: Aussie Dave||Date: March 9, 2005 at 17:49|
|This cd finally makes it cool for guys to listen to Abba songs! Abba songs rocked out with a twist. The Abba songs are entwined with a famous heavy metal/rock riff. Sounds weird, but it works! Great playing on this album and superb production. I don't see the reason to put two exact same songs on here though 'the winner takes it all'. Boring song. But a great cd to throw on at parties. Expensive to find, but well worth it. Abba wrote some damn catchy songs. Hope these guys do another one. 9/10..|
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