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Album Review: Arrival (ABBA)

Arrival, by ABBA Continuing our tour of the ABBA discography to place ABBA’s body of work as a whole compared to the all-time greats, we come to Arrival, an album that marks a high point of commercial appeal for the … Continue reading

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Album Review: Waterloo

Waterloo, by ABBA This album, created in the aftermath of ABBA’s win with the title track in Eurovision, marked the international breakthrough of the group. As we have done previously with two other ABBA albums, we are looking at this … Continue reading

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When Old People Play Pretend

When I gave a positive review to the ABBAtars that were introduced in the music video the excellent new ABBA single “I Still Have Faith In You,” I received an unfriendly comment from someone who thought it was ridiculous that … Continue reading

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Album Review: ABBA: The Album

ABBA: The Album, by ABBA While it seems that ABBA has almost as many self-titled albums as Wheezer, I’m not aware of anyone calling their albums by their color names at least. In continuing our tour of ABBA studio albums … Continue reading

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Misunderstanding The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame

About twice a month or so I write an article on the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame pointing out why such and such a musician or band or artist has a solid case for induction into the Rock & … Continue reading

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