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Ring Ring (Deluxe Edition)


Download links and information about Ring Ring (Deluxe Edition) by ABBA. This album was released in 2013 and it belongs to Pop genres. It contains 25 tracks with total duration of 01:14:37 minutes.

Artist: ABBA
Release date: 2013
Genre: Pop
Tracks: 25
Duration: 01:14:37
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No. Title Length
1. Ring Ring (English Version) 3:04
2. Another Town, Another Train 3:12
3. Disillusion 3:05
4. People Need Love 2:44
5. I Saw It In the Mirror 2:34
6. Nina, Pretty Ballerina 2:52
7. Love Isn't Easy (But It Sure Is Hard Enough) 2:55
8. Me and Bobby and Bobby's Brother 2:50
9. He Is Your Brother 3:19
10. She's My Kind of Girl 2:45
11. I Am Just a Girl 3:03
12. Rock 'N' Roll Band 3:11
13. Ring Ring (Bara Du Slog En Signal) [Swedish Version] 3:08
14. Merry-Go-Round 3:25
15. Santa Rosa 3:02
16. Ring Ring (Spanish Version) 3:00
17. Wer Im Wartesaal Der Liebe Steht 3:19
18. Ring Ring (German Version) 3:10
19. En Hälsning Till Våra Parkarrangörer 2:26
20. Hej Gamle Man (featuring Björn Ulvaeus & Benny Andersson / Bjorn Ulvaeus & Benny Andersson) 3:20
21. There’s a Little Man (featuring Billy G-Son) 2:43
22. I Saw It In the Mirror (featuring Billy G-Son) 2:18
23. Jag Är Blott En Man (featuring Jarl Kulle) 3:02
24. Man Vill Ju Leva Lite Dessemellan (featuring Anni - Frid Lyngstad) 2:52
25. Välkommen Till Världen (featuring Lill - Babs) 3:18



Unreleased in the U.S. until 1995, the 1972 set Ring Ring captures ABBA in their earliest formative stages. The album’s tracks have a buoyant Europop feel, full of zest and sparkle. You can hear the classic ABBA sound coming together in “People Need Love,” the first tune that Benny Andersson, Bjorn Ulvaeus, Agnetha Faltskog, and Anni-Frid Lyngstad recorded as a foursome. The album’s title track—a huge hit across Europe—solidified ABBA as an entity and paved the way for their eventual Stateside success. Besides these key tunes, Ring Ring is worth hearing for its general tunefulness and semi-naïve sweetness, whether the style veers toward wistful folk-pop (“Another Town, Another Train”), old-fashioned adult pop (“I Am Just a Girl”), or nostalgic bubblegum (“Me and Bobby and Bobby’s Brother”). Of special note is the ballad “Disillusion,” a solo showcase for Faltskog. Overall, there’s a sense of a quartet just beginning to hit their stride as international hitmakers. (The deluxe edition offers an intriguing assortment of B-sides, alternate versions, and pre-ABBA rarities, including the L.A.-style country-rock tune “Santa Rosa” and the folksy Bjorn/Benny release “Hej Gorle Man.”)