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9 thoughts on “ Knowning Me, Knowing You - ABBA - The Magic Of ABBA (Cassette) ”

  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Cassette release of The Magic Of ABBA on Discogs. Label: K-Tel - NU ,Warner Special Products - OPCS • Format: Cassette Compilation • Country: US • Genre: Pop • Style: Europop.
  2. ABBA - The Magic of ABBA Album Lyrics; 1. Voulez-Vous Lyrics: 2. Mamma Mia Lyrics: 3. Money Money Money Lyrics: 4. Chiquitita Lyrics: 5. Knowing Me Knowing You Lyrics: 6. Dancing Queen Lyrics: 7. Take a Chance on Me Lyrics: 8. Does Your Mother Know Lyrics: 9. Honey Honey Lyrics: SOS Lyrics: The Name of the Game Lyrics: Waterloo.
  3. The Magic of ABBA is really just a greatest hits album. If you buy this on vinyl, try to get a copy with a side one and a side two that aren't both side ones. If you're reading this review and you're saying to yourself "Damn, I've got a copy of that album but it's got two side twos," well we should get our copies together sometime.
  4. A cassette tape featured Bjorn and Benny's 4-minute ( length) "Happy Anniversary" message, along with the Swedish version of Waterloo and a "ABBA Mania" mini-mix was also available. Going slightly off-topic, an MC featuring Frida performing a acapella version of Dancing Queen at the Queen of Sweden's birthday in along with two.
  5. Introducing the theme in gently splayed chords, Knowing Me, Knowing You is the first Abba exultantly bittersweet break-up songs. Hijacked by comedian Steve Coogan for the theme-tune to his Alan.
  6. Jul 01,  · ABBA Knowing Me, Knowing You ABBA Does Your Mother Know by Craig Gagné. ABBA One of Us by Craig Gagné. ABBA Thank You For The Music.
  7. Used to be a huge ABBA fan in the 70s. It is long gone, but I am into vinyl and decided to get the entire collection of ABBA music in original discs. I have them all. This one I just . like the compilation and the sleeve cover. So, this disc is not the original but nevertheless it gives a great taste of ABBA music for those, who never heard.5/5(6).
  8. For anyone who grew up in the '70s with parents of indiscriminate buying habits, K-Tel releases were the bedrock of your pop music education; even in later days, the budget label's The Magic of ABBA remains the definitive retrospective of the Swedish juggernaut. Its 16 selections are perfectly chosen and sequenced, and although it doesn't contain late-period hits like "Thank You for the Music.

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