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Singles Of The 90s

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C'est La Vie Always 21
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The Sign
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Beautiful Life
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Hallo Hallo
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Always Have, Always Will
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Love In December
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All That She Wants
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Living In Danger
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Everytime It Rains
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Don´t Turn Around
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Cruel Summer
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Happy Nation
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Lucky Love
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Never Gonna Say I`m Sorry
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Life Is A Flower
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Wheel Of Fortune
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 16   Total Length: 59:42

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good deal.

aluap345

This let's me hear stuff I wouldn't have bothered with otherwise. A good deal.

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Meh

jcolton

You know what you're getting if you've heard them on the radio.

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Nice Hits.

daeby

Here is the better collection of Ace of Base hits. If you like Ace of Base, you have (or want to have) these hits. If you like ABBA, that's great too. If you like Keith's review that started the whole comparison nonsense, that's another matter.

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abba vs ace of base

EMUSIC-01CBFF2C

there is NO way in HELL that ace of base is better than abba and anyone who thinks they are need to put down their bong and jump back into reality

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Ace Of Base

jonhiner

WOW I am taken back to cruisin to the Carl's Juinor in Apple Valley California. High School was awesome thanks to the music.

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ABBA v Ace Of Base?

derger

Hmmm... ABBA wins hands down..sorry folks the billions of records sold speak for themselves. BTW Ace of Base were pretty cool for a few bright minutes in the haties.

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Fillin' in the blanks...

Wibbie

I already had Happy Nation, but haven't listened to it in a long time, and since its on cassette, this is good! I wish I could afford to keep up with all the music format changes! I'd have every version of everything I like.... and a big warehouse to keep everything in. I have been a big Abba fan for as long as I can remember, so when I heard Ace of Base for the first time, I was hooked because they had the same "feel" as Abba did for me. I only ever bought one Ace of Base album, though (compared to MANY Abba albums), so this is a nice way for me to discover a few more songs that I've never heard. They do all have a similar rhythm and style, but I still find myself tapping my toes and singing along. Good stuff.

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Original Recordings

Bjmbeast

If you like 'em you like 'em, if you don't you still won't, but at least these are original recordings. So if you're a fan and are missing a songs or two, get them.

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Surprisingly good to listen to

falklandfred

Definitely worth a download - there are a number of quite good songs on this album

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my 90s

freshsod

i was in russian army when this songs hit the air.... its like comming back to time when you was brave

They Say All Music Guide

As is so often the case, European albums and hit collections are usually miles superior to their American counterparts. The scenario repeats itself with Ace of Base, whose European hits collection, Singles of the 90s, includes six songs not featured on the American Greatest Hits. The American collection, to its credit, includes bonus remixes of “Lucky Love” and “Beautiful Life,” but, honestly, would one prefer to have two bonus remixes of songs already included on the album or six altogether different songs? Singles of the 90s includes two new recordings not on the American album, those being the dance track “Love in December” and “Hallo Hallo” (the other new recording, featured on both albums, is “C’est la Vie”). In addition, this set includes “Living in Danger,” which was a Top 20 hit in the U.S.; “Never Gonna Say I’m Sorry,” which also charted in America; and two stellar tracks from their debut album, The Sign: “Happy Nation” (the title track of the European version of The Sign) and “Wheel of Fortune.” So, for fans looking for the best Ace of Base hits collection on the market who don’t mind shelling out a few extra bucks, go with Singles of the 90s. – Jose F. Promis

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