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  1. "Emotions" is an upcoming song by American singer Ava Max. It will likely be released sometime in 2021 through Atlantic Records. The song leaked on July 24, 2021.[1] The song uses a sample of the song "Lay All Your Love On Me" by ABBA. P.S.... This is a Sped Up version, because Copyright in Youtube Lyric: [Intro] Don’t go wasting your emotions You don’t need nobody, can’t you see? [Verse 1] She built a castle in the sky He was a devil in disguise, whoa, whoa She gave up everything she had Bet on a love that wouldn’t last, whoa, whoa [Pre-Chorus] No he ain’t got a job, and he lives with his mom Don’t admit when he’s wrong, oh, mama But he talks to his ex, don’t mean no disrespect Get that boy off your chest, say, “Bye, bye” [Chorus] Don’t go wasting your emotions You don’t need nobody, can’t you see? Don’t go crying out an ocean Just slam that door and leave, baby, please [Verse 2] Now give that lovin’ to yourself Put back that trophy on the shelf It’s time to let it go, whoa You got more power than you know You should be lookin’ at the coast Instead of looking through his phone [Pre-Chorus] No he ain’t got a job, and he lives with his mom Don’t admit when he’s wrong, oh, mama But he talks to his ex, don’t mean no disrespect Get that boy off your chest, say, “Bye, bye” [Chorus] Don’t go wasting your emotions You don’t need nobody, can’t you see? Don’t go crying out an ocean Just slam that door and leave, baby, please [Bridge] (Ah, ah, ah, ah, ah) Don’t go crying out your emotions No, no, no, no, no, no Don’t go crying out your emotions No, no, no, no, no, no Your emotions [Chorus] Don’t go wasting your emotions (Don’t you go) You don’t need nobody, can’t you see? (You don’t) Don’t go crying out an ocean Just slam that door and leave, baby, please
  2. ABBA have officially returned! They just dropped two new songs, “I Still Have Faith In You” and “Don’t Shut Me Down,” off their forthcoming new album, Voyage (out November 5th). These tracks mark their first songs together since 1982. They're also going to embark on a tour. Sort of. It's a hologram tour - their characters have been in development for years. Thoughts, Exhale?! Voyage tracklist: 01 “I Still Have Faith In You” 02 “When You Danced With Me” 03 “Little Things” 04 “Don’t Shut Me Down” 05 “Just A Notion” 06 “I Can Be That Woman” 07 “Keep An Eye On Dan” 08 “Bumblebee” 09 “No Doubt About It” 10 “Ode To Freedom”
  3. A leak ahead of the ABBA Voyage announcement this week is suggesting 10 new songs are on the way making for a complete ‘Voyage’ album with two of the new songs set for release this week. An announcement about ‘Voyage’ will be made at 5.30 pm London time Thursday 2 September 2021. The Swedish pop icons have been teasing the mysterious ‘ABBA Voyage’ project for a few days now, and it seems all is to be revealed in a live-stream on September 2. Taking to Twitter, the Dancing Queen stars, made up of Björn Ulvaeus, Benny Andersson, Agnetha Faltskog and Anni-Frid Lyngstad wrote: ‘Join us at 5:45pm (UK time) this Thursday for a special livestream announcement on YouTube. The journey is about to begin.’ The page encourages fans to ‘be part of a historic livestream.’
  4. Yesterday The Sun exclusively announced how they will premiere brand new music next week (September 2nd) and will unveil a groundbreaking stage show called ABBA Voyage. The state-of-the-art concert will feature Agnetha Faltskog, Bjorn Ulvaeus, Benny Andersson and Anni-Frid Lyngstad performing as holograms of themselves in their heyday. Now we can reveal it will be ­situated in a purpose-built 3,000-capacity venue in the Olympic Park in Stratford, East London, where it will open next spring. And an entire album of new music is being readied. The venture has already run up a huge eight-figure cost but it is expected to make hundreds of ­millions and thrill audiences. Abba are set to announce the full details of their reunion music and the show next Thursday, having teased the project on social media and billboards yesterday. They have launched a new website with the message: “ABBA Voyage — The Journey Is About To Begin.” The 6,710-square-metre theatre will host eight shows a week, giving fans the chance to get up close and personal with the recreations of the superstars, which will be joined on stage by real performers. All four members of the band have also agreed to come together for its launch, scheduled for next May. They have already been heavily involved, secretly flying over to ­London last September to shoot ­content for the show at Ealing ­Studios in West London. Body doubles in their twenties were also hired to film scenes which will be used during the show. The gigs will take place at a state-of-the-art venue in Olympic Park TURNED DOWN $1BILLION Benny’s son Ludwig, who was a producer on the hit Abba-inspired movie comedy Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again in 2018, is helping to mastermind the production and a heavyweight team has been enlisted to pull the show together. Svana Gisla, who has worked with Beyonce, Coldplay, Madonna and Oasis, will be a producer while the former head of Universal Music ­Sweden, Per Sundin, is leading the plans. The entire theatre, which will allow for a “360-degree immersive experience”, has been built especially for the show, with a bar, food stalls and a shop on site. It will also have the band’s name in huge illuminated letters on the front of the building. The innovative show is currently set to run until 2025, at which point it is hoped it will be transported internationally, with preliminary plans for it to move to Stockholm or Las Vegas. Planning documents show that the building itself has been designed to be broken down so it can be transported elsewhere. The whole process has been a labour of love for the band, who have long been reluctant to get back on stage together as a four-piece. In 2000 they turned down a $1billion offer to reunite for a global tour. Frida later said: “No amount of money would change our minds. “Maybe it would be good to do a song together again, just a recording and nothing else,” Their upcoming show was first teased in 2016 when it was announced they were reuniting to work on a “digital entertainment experience” featuring “life-like” avatars, which they nicknamed Abbatars. That same year they appeared together for the first time in 34 years at the launch of their Mamma Mia!- themed theatre restaurant in Sweden. Then in 2018 they announced they had recorded two new songs called I Still Have Faith In You and Don’t Shut Me Down, which would feature in a BBC TV special. But the release was postponed until the stage show was ready — and the concerts have been delayed due to difficulties with the technology which they also want to use for the video for their comeback single. Building work on Abba’s theatre in Olympic Park has begun ‘NEW MUSIC THIS YEAR’ In news which will excite fans even more, there is now believed to be an entire album’s worth of music, with the band recording at least eight songs together. Bjorn said in May: “There will be new music this year. That is definite.” The group were active from 1972 to 1983 and sold more than 385million records worldwide, with nine No1 albums and nine No1 singles in the UK alone. In June, their greatest hits compilation ABBA Gold became the first album ever to spend 1,000 consecutive weeks in the Top 100. The 1992 record is also the second biggest-selling album in the UK, with 5.61million copies bought, behind only Queen’s Greatest Hits. The two Mamma Mia! films, West End stage show, and the immersive dining experience Mamma Mia!: The Party at London’s O2 Arena have also helped to introduce their music to an entirely new audience. And with their new shows, the band look set to cement their legacy. SOURCE
  5. Hi guys, how are you doing? Inspired by the truly amazing job of @MSTAR remastering Britney videos in 4K, I decided to ask him and start processing ABBA videos (because I'm such a BIG fan, and in the ABBA fan community no one has done it before). Considering are 40th years old videos the quality is TRULY AMAZING. This time I bring you the music video of Mamma Mia! So hope you can catch all the details and hope you like it. P.s. I kept the original colours and frame rate for the videos . The master version looks even better. But a full 4K quality is only possible in Youtube VIMEO maximum is 2K. 4K Version: ORIGINAL Youtube Quality: LINK TO THE VIDEO: LINK 2: https://www.lamagiadeabba.net/foro/_abba/c-abba-mammamia-ai-remastered-upscaled-in-4k-super-hd-1 (you have to log in with your facebook or google account in this last link)
  6. ABBA release in 4K their Iconic music video for Dancing Queen in celebration to 500 Million View. There's rumors they will post their whole videography in 4K and will be release in Blu-ray and 4K UHD. Lets remember ABBA will release new music at the end of this year. So definitely they are getting ready to come back in action. CELEBRATING 500M VIEWS! REMASTERED IN HD – UP TO 4K!! Make sure to select the 4K quality
  7. Hi guys this is the continuation of my previous post/work remastering in 4K with artificial intelligence. This time I worked on Dancing Queen. Vimeo let a maximum quality of 2.5K but still is a pretty amazing quality. Hope you like it and I will be reading your comments. Thanks again @MSTAR for his help. You can visit my ABBA fan page for more WWW.LAMAGIADEABBA.NET My Instagram account is: @lamagiadeabba if you want to follow me Official YOUTUBE QUALITY: 4K AI UPSCALED Remaster:
  8. The idea a Third part of Mamma Mia could happen eventually is scary. the second one was so bad It ruined the First One . Even having the legendary Cher on it didnt help it .. There shud be a petition to stop this from happening. https://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-8438389/BAZ-BAMIGBOYE-Judy-Craymer-dreams-making-Mamma-Mia-3-four-new-songs-Abba.html
  9. ABBA never lets people sample their work. They infamously took The fugees to court over an illegal use on one of their songs. They won. However it was a different case for Madonna. ABBA themselves are huge fans. They even said. They are many pop stars. But not like Madonna who views it as a musician does. Perfectionist type of pop music.. Haters say she stoled the sample. Benny said it's quite the opposite. She flown to Sweden herself. Played the track for them. With a written contract that everything is split 50/50. Which means ABBA gets 50% of all the profits in the songs sales, and royalties. Madonna and Stuart price only sees 25% each when you split that 50% between those two. Which is better than the 1% Ariana makes back on 7 Rings if that 98% of royalties for that sample from my favorite things is true or not.
  10. Sam Smith revealed to Zane Lowe on Apple Music Beats 1 that their new album has taken an interesting turn. It's inspired by Swedish 70s group ABBA. “It’s 2020 ABBA,” they said. “I’m trying to own that because that is a genuine feeling that comes out sometimes in the studio and it’s fun,” they continue. “It’s really fun to go to that place. With us, with me and Demi singing, I know that we’re so inspired by those things [like musical theater].” They consider it an F U to the status quo. “I think this song really, for me, is about feeling no shame in some of the things that I make because I’m releasing music in a climate where music’s really cool a lot of the time. It’s really, really cool.” “It’s me saying that I’m going to reach and it’s okay, you know?” they continued. “And it’s okay to play around and have these moments without feeling ashamed for being really pop, you know? When you see the video, you’re going to scream.” Smith is doing a disco album based on the 70s version. Not the 80s MTV trend as they dub it. They also announced that "Dancing With A Stranger" with Normani, "How do you sleep?" and "To Die For" are likely to be excluded from the new revamped third album. That means their Calvin Harris collaboration "Promises" and their cover of Donna Summer's disco classic "I Feel Love" is still on the final project. Are you ready for Disco Sam Smith?
  11. Universal AB uploaded The 1999 album again. But now we got the international cover. Still slams and Cher. I love you. But leave the Abba covers to actual swedes. https://music.apple.com/us/album/the-abba-generation/1503332986
  12. ABBA are set to make a comeback of sorts this year when they release brand new music later in 2020 and Björn Ulvaeus has given an insight into what it was like recording new music again. ABBA are to return to the scene in 2020 with brand new music, almost 30 years after the group dissolved. Now legends of pop music, ABBA formed in Stockholm, Sweden in 1972 and smashed charts all over the world with hits like Waterloo and Dancing Queen. They will be releasing two brand new songs later this year, with more to follow. In fact, the comeback tracks were recorded a while ago, Björn revealed in a recent interview with the Financial Times. “We recorded them quite some time ago, actually one-and-a-half years ago,” he said. Björn has partnered with a new software programme, Session, which registers contributions to recordings in real time and therefore helps sort out the messy area of music rights. Session is now part of Pro-Tools, which many musicians and producers use all over the world but wasn’t used for recording the upcoming ABBA songs. Asked if the as-yet unreleased tracks were recorded using Session, the ABBA legend replied: “No, because it wasn’t quite ready.” Now it’s up and running, however, the handful more songs yet to be recorded for the band’s return to the music scene will utilise the software. In an interview with Swedish press, shared by ABBA Talk, Björn’s writing partner and fellow ABBA star Benny Andersson previously spoke about when fans could expect new music to drop. “They’re coming this year,” he said of the two new songs. “I’m guessing after the summer. But I can only guess, because I’m not really sure. But I would think so,” he added. Benny wasn’t certain enough to promise the songs would land in specific month, but hazarded a guess at September release date. He told Magic Radio the two songs were done, saying: “It is when you feel every note is where it should be and I don’t just mean the chorus.” P.S. Also Benny talked about an album (not only two songs) so we have to wait and see. https://www.express.co.uk/entertainment/music/1253271/ABBA-news-2020-new-music-songs-Bjorn-Ulvaeus
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