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  • Audio CD
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: polydor / umgd
  • ASIN: B00005CDNJ
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  Vinyl
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (38 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,473,132 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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24 of 25 people found the following review helpful By T. W. Smith on 12 May 2011
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Bjorn & Benny certainly reached a new level of song writing with Super Trouper, originally released back in 1980. Songs such as The Winner Takes It All, Andante Andante, Happy New Year demonstrate this maturer Abba sound. The music on this album cannot be faulted, Abba were firing on all cylinders at this point of their career and Benny had adopted a few new synthesizers which signalled the band were staying up-to-date with the electronic sounds that were starting to dominate the airwaves at the time.
Now onto the Deluxe Edition reissue May 2011. The album has been remastered and sounds great. I am not an audiophile boffin by any stretch of the imagination but it all sounds good to me. The bonus tracks are welcome, especially the stereo mix extended version of 'On & On & On' which was originally only available in mono as the soundtrack to the video of the song.
The DVD includes some wonderful previously unreleased footage which has been thoughtfully compiled. Performances of songs from the German TV 'Show Express' capture Abba in their prime looking wonderful and the documentary footage of the Abba cover-shoot is fascinating viewing. The international record sleeve gallery is a tad repetitive as most of Abba's release used the same artwork around the world at this time.
One disappointment with this release was that it did not come in the hard, clear Deluxe Edition slip case that the previous releases did (Arrival, The Album, Voulez Vous). Instead it was shrink-wrapped and has a Deluxe Edition sticker plastered to the sleeve which looks cheap(are Universal trying to cut costs here?) and rather spoils the continuity with the previous releases.

Overall though an essential purchase for any Abba fan or for that fact anybody wanting to hear one of the bands finest albums.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 20 Oct. 2000
Format: Audio CD
"Super Trouper" is as solid a pop album as you'll find. Although some of the recordings have dated in the 20+ years since its release (understandably), this was the first ABBA album from which ANY of the (original 10) tracks could have been credible single releases. This album marked the first of two giant steps in the 'the maturing of ABBA' (their next and final album 'The Visitors' took it to the limit). The perkiness of previous albums was replaced on "Super Trouper" by a satisfying maturity and depth. The emotional and lyrical "The Winner Takes It All" is a prime example of this advance: the heart was torn out and worn on the sleeve. The production, the singing (oh boy, the singing!) and the playing all knitted marvellously together and there is a very definite cohesiveness about the whole album. Many of ABBA's earlier success featured the women singing together. On this album, both Frida and Agnetha get a real chance to shine as solo vocalists - and shine they do! From Agnetha's career-high of "The Winner Takes It All" to Frida's sensuous "Andante Andante" and beyond, each performance is a gem.
The absolute standout tracks are "The Winner Takes It All", "Our Last Summer", "Andante Andante", "Lay All Your Love On Me" and, of course, "Super Trouper", ABBA's ninth and last UK#1. The less well known but beautiful "The Way Old Friends Do" and the sentimental "Happy New Year" still receive heavy airplay at Christmas/New Year despite not having been A-sides. The Beach Boys' Mike Love chose to cover "On And On And On" for his "Look Back With Love" album.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By DJ Control on 26 May 2011
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A review of the 2disc Deluxe Edition from 2011...

I think there are three reasons why the most patient of us Abba fans would shell out their coin for another copy of "Super Trouper". One,the previously unreleased stereo extended version of "On and On and On" (for those not in the know it has an extra verse). Two,the bonus dvd with a stack of new to dvd footage. The third reason,sonic improvement with the album. Two out of three ain't bad. Here's the breakdown of what my ears and eyes tell me.

There's some great stuff on the dvd with 4 performances to playback from German and Swedish tv. A period documentary,what these days we would call an EPK (electronic press kit) made by their record label to promote the album. A newly created featurette on the album cover shoot edited together by Carl Magnus Palm from footage shot by Lasse Halstrom for the title track promo film. And that's it for new stuff. You also get two remastered music videos (why only two?) ,two uk tv commercials and a sleeve gallery. With a running time of around 68 minutes it's not bad value. As always,there is so much more that could have been included on the dvd. The video for "On and On an On" re-edited so the audio matches the vision and the sound in stereo is just one I'd like to have seen added but nevertheless I'm thankful for the new footage from the archives.

Audio wise,we are worlds away from the 2005 Henrik Jonsson remaster from the Complete Studio Recordings box set,in fact it sounds pretty dull. Honestly I actually prefer the 2005 remasters for this album and for "Voulez-Vous" (the 2010 remaster for that album is just awful!).
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