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  1. 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.

  2. Background. ABBA informally split up in 1983, following the release of their retrospective greatest hits album The Singles: The First Ten Years in late 1982. Renewed interest in the band grew from the 1990s onwards following the worldwide success of their greatest hits album ABBA Gold, the ABBA-based musical Mamma Mia! and the subsequent film of the same name, followed by its 2018 sequel ...

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    ABBA is the third studio album by the Swedish pop group ABBA. It was originally released on 21 April 1975 through Polar Music and featured the hits " SOS ", " I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do " and "Mamma Mia ".

  4. The album cover shots were taken of the group posing in and out of a Bell 47 helicopter at the Barkarby Airport, northwest of Stockholm. The now-renowned "mirrored-B" copyrighted ABBA logo, an ambigram designed by Rune Söderqvist in 1976, was also premiered on the album cover. Arrival was released on 11 October 1976. Critical reception

  5. The Visitors is the eighth studio album by Swedish pop group ABBA.It was released on 30 November 1981. With The Visitors, ABBA took several steps away from the "lighter" pop music they had recorded previously and the album is often regarded as a more complex and mature effort.

  6. Their greatest hits collection ABBA Gold is the second best-selling album of all time in the UK, just behind Queen's Greatest Hits. ... Voyage was preceded by the release of two singles, one of ...

  7. Ignore the negative reviews in the Guardian and the Telegraph, Voyage, the first new ABBA album in 40 years isn't for Gen Z click bait seeking young music critics, it's for the four generations of ABBA fans who are thankful for the music that has held up for decades and have become an essential part of our lives.