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  • Audio CD (21 Oct. 2002)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Polydor
  • ASIN: B00006L74I
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 145,093 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Unspeakable
2. Beautiful Morning
3. Remember The Words
4. Da Capo
5. World Down Under
6. Ordinary Day
7. Wonderful Life
8. Show Me Love
9. What's The Name Of The Game
10. Change With The Light
11. Hey Darling
12. The Juvenile

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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 30 Oct. 2002
Format: Audio CD
What can I say?? After several years in the making, this album fails to disappoint!! This album does not try to be anything other than what it is - an excellent piece of pop perfection.
The album welcomes back Linn as lead vocalist on several of the tracks after having not much of a role with their last release - Flowers, making this even more like the original Ace of Base sound which we have all come to love.
Every track on this album has the potential to be a hit single but the strongest tracks by far have to be 'Unspeakable', 'Da Capo', 'World Down Under', 'The Name of the Game' and 'Hey Darling'.
Once again, a classic pop tune has been given the Ace of Base treatment; 'Wonderful Life' is a cover of a late 80's early 90's track by 'Black'. The band have managed to stay true to the original but have also placed their unmistakable stamp on it.
Although the album is mostly upbeat pop tunes, 'Show Me Love' and 'Ordinary Day' are two magical ballads, with Linn taking lead on the latter track.
This is a must for all Ace Of Base fans, it is their best material since 'Happy Nation' and 'The Bridge'.
Da Capo was definately worth the wait - let's just hope that this is the start of a new beginning for Ace of Base and gets the promotion it deserves.
Excellent.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By A. Clements on 30 Oct. 2002
Format: Audio CD
Well, it's finally arrived. The long-awaited 4th studio album from Ace of Base is here...and it's an absolute clonker! The overall sound of the album has matured and it's an improvement on the quartet's last album 'Flowers'. Don't get me wrong, 'Flowers' defined the late-90s sound but 'Da Capo' brings Ace of Base back into the limelight with a bang. Stand-out track 'Wonderful Life' (cover of the 1980's Black song) oozes class, as does 1st single 'Beautiful Morning' and 'Unspeakable'. Lyrics can sometimes appear a tad basic but this is more than made up in excellent production and sheer brilliance in the vocals from Linn & Jenny.
All in all, if you liked the previous 3 Ace of Base albums, you'll adore 'Da Capo'. A true pop gem in an otherwise manufactured & karaoke-produced industry. Buy it!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By AnnaLisa on 26 Aug. 2003
Format: Audio CD
The best tracks; uptempo Da Capo and ballad Ordinary Day.
But on a whole a lot of easy likeable, though very different songs, with the great singers Jenny AND Linn Berggren.
Overall good pop with a little of the old Ace of Base reggae touch, better vocals than ever.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By MBC on 27 Jun. 2004
Format: Audio CD
ALbum #4 for Ace Of Base has been long in waiting. It is actually quite phenomenal how little promotion they put in this CD after many years of no-show. It is beginning to be a trend in Scandinavia (see Agnetha Fältskog). The chart success completely went around them (serves them well) so we can only say that this is a thank-you album for the fans (the Acers, of course).
In a way, Da Capo (the title suggests it) is back-to-the-roots for AOB---but not quite. There is no 90s dance rhythms here but more sophisticated beats and some great singing. There is also no reggae here anymore, just pure studio pop. Not only there was no promotion, but Beautiful Morning came on German TV almost out of the blue. I had no idea whatsoever that they were releasing a new album! The second reaction was a slight dissapointment with the chosen single which represented everything that AOB should have left behind them years ago. When I finally bought the CD, I couldn't belive they chose BM instead of incredible opening track, Unspeakable. If I'm not mistaken, chart failure #2 was The Juvenile which is extremely strange and wrong! Remember the Words or Da Capo would be my choice #2, powerful AOB songs, or even better, a lovely re-make of Wonderful Life would have even crack the top 40 in UK (for sure!) and US. No promotion and wrong choices from the start made this CD a complete chart failure. But the fans should be extremely happy cause Berggrens and Ulf lost nothing of their pop appeal.
I really don't know if there'll be album #5 and probably won't know anything about it even days after the release, but I'll keep my fingers crossed! Heja Sverige!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Uncanny Madman on 13 Feb. 2003
Format: Audio CD
This in my opinion is a total triumph for AoB in delivering something old, something new and ultimately something magical!
As with the previous albums, Da Capo makes a natural progression, combining the old school sound of the first 2 albums with a more distinct modern sound, quite far from the poppy sound of Flowers/Cruel Summer. It's almost like a perfect blend of the previous 3 albums, falling somewhere between the layed back atmospheric tracks of The Bridge and the earlier tracks from Happy Nation/The Sign with just a touch of Flowers and a dusting of something totally new. Despite being a little shorter with only 12 songs in comparison to the usual 15 odd, this is the best Ace of Base album to date.
Unspeakable, although not instantly grabbing, is a strong song, bouncing along at a layed back, yet decent speed with a Funky beat, strong vocals and harmonies and a great catchy chorus, not as blatant as say, "Life is a Flower" but falling somewhere between that and "Lucky Love". Grown on me alot, definitely a fave 5/5
Beautiful Morning was the lead single from the album, again not initially a wower but it doesn't take long for it to draw you into its world! Feel good lyrics and melody and overall a more chilled out song that you could happily listen to cruising along on a summer morning! 4/5
Remember The Words was the first song to really grab me, a song that really has that special 'oomph'. Musically it's very strong, although again not a fast song, it has great production, strings, strong beat and juicy vocals! 5/5
Da Capo, the title track of the album is the only upbeat "dance" track on here and it really shines!
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