Frida has always been my favorite voice in ABBA. Could any voice sound as rich as she does in ABBA's "Knowing Me, Knowing You?" There is not a single dud on this entire cd. She and producer Phil Collins picked from the hottest songwriters of the day. The Brian Ferry penned-song "The Way You Do" is flawless, as is the haunting, atmospheric "To Turn The Stone." Other highlights are the rocking "Tell Me It's Over" and folk-tinged "Threnody." As far as the remaster goes, the sound quality is excellent. The bonus tracks in no way add to the total package. I never really cared for the solo version of "Here We'll Stay," the duet with Phil Collins on the original cd. It seems unpolished. The newly included radio/single edit of "I Know There's Something Going On" proves that there is nothing like the original. Some things are better left alone! I LOVE THIS SONG! It finished in the Billboard Magazine Top 20 songs of the year. I did hear an incredible dance remix of this classic track while at a club in London in 2004. It was approximately 10 minutes long and played up the guitars but had a super-fast computerized beat. Where is this version? It should have been included instead of the edit. Also, no review would be complete without mentioning the excellent jazz-influenced "Baby Don"t You Cry No More" and the touching ballad "You Know What I Mean." I can honestly say that overall, this cd is slightly better than some ABBA cds, the exceptions being "Super Trouper," "The Album," and "Voulez-Vous," of course- all perfect. Buy this cd and enjoy!
I would recommend this to a friend