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Retrieved August 19, Apple Music. Retrieved March 10, Available to download. This film is Cerebral, Witty. English, Finnish, Russian. More Originals. Coming Soon. In the UK it debuted at the top and remained there for seven weeks,  ending up as the third biggest selling album of the year behind the movie soundtrack LPs of Saturday Night Fever and Grease.
Despite this, ABBA: The Album sold an unprecedented one million copies in Poland in , exhausting the country's entire allocation of foreign currency. In Russia, only , copies were permitted to be pressed; however, demand within the USSR indicated they could have sold 40 million copies.
The album has been reissued in the format by PolyGram later Universal Music four times; first in , then in , in as part of The Complete Studio Recordings box set and again in as a two disc 'Deluxe Edition'. On November 3, , the album was released as a double vinyl mastered at Abbey Road Studios using half speed mastering. Polar's official cover featured an entirely white background, and is the basis for current CD versions.
However, Epic Records ' original UK release of the LP featured a blue background on the front cover, fading to white at the bottom. It also featured a gatefold sleeve. According to The Official Charts Company, the album spent 39 consecutive weeks and total weeks in the top 40 from 4 February to 21 October It was also the first ABBA album to debut at number one.
Weekly chart positions from 4 February to 21 October For the first 14 weeks the album charted along with Greatest Hits and Arrival. I like this style of music a lot. Easily 4 stars. But to summarize my view, I have to add that I didn't like "Four" at all.
That this was just a collection of pure jazz songs without inspiration and that there were no relation AT ALL with the Canterbury style wth this album even on "Third", only one side out of four? You can take exactly the same words and apply them to this "Fifth" album and you'll get the picture. What I mean is that this music doesn't work on me. Their first album was psychedelic and great. Their second one did belong to the Canterbury style and it is the only one from their whole discography to fulfill as far as I am concerned.
But I told you this already while describing their "Third" album. I guess that jazz-rock would suit them better? No highlight, no vibrant passage. This is really upgraded. Phil Howard was capable but egocentric free-jazz influenced drummer you can hear all his drumming pros and cons on above mentioned "Drop" live album in full ,bringing serious improvisational element to band's music. Hoper and Ratledge were unhappy with such trend and fired Howard somewhere in between of Fifth recording sessions.
As a result, first three songs on an album are recorded with Howard all side A of original vinyl release , and all other songs - with new drummer John Marshall, recruited during recording sessions. Musically album continues pure jazz fusion direction of Fourth,with two serious differences. First, Ratledge uses generally Fender Electric piano on all album instead of organ of previous releases,as a result all sound is more smooth and jazzy-relaxed.
Second,there are plenty of free form sax soloing of Elton Dean on this albums,obviously influenced by electric period of Miles Davis. Album in whole sounds more relaxed and classically jazz fusion than any previous band's work. I prefer three first compositions with Howard on drums - his more complex and free-form drumming brings some adventure in sound, Marshall's work is competent,but too predictable. Really competent jazz fusion album,but not of the highest Soft Machine standard's level.
The machine's first outing without founding drummer Robert Wyatt. First on the drum chair is Phil Howard, a "traditional" jazz drummer whose specialty is free jazz or so I'm told. Perhaps ironically, the opening side featuring Howard isn't the most chaotic sounding to these ears.
Filling out the album is the Softs only other drummer, John Marshall. It's interesting to hear Marshall in this freer context with Dean on board, however this isn't his best performance IMO. I think he is much better suited for the sound the Softs developed somewhat on Six and Seven through Softs.
Not to say his work is bad, just perhaps underwhelming. Of course, one could argue that this isn't a fault of Marshall, being there are parts of this album that just aren't as successful as they could have been. Perhaps meandering too long, or just floating along without much purpose. Indeed, a bit of the energy from Fourth is missing here. But there are still a good deal of highlights. The good news is, the three longest songs are the best here.
All White probably contains the best drumming from Howard from his stint in Soft Machine and probably best drumming on the disc as a whole over a bit of an infectious theme. Drop starts relaxing with synthesized sounds of water droplets hitting a surface and contains some excellent playing by Ratledge.
As If has the most ominous bass line in Softs history. A wonderfully off putting riff from Hopper pulsates it's way throughout the entire piece. Clash Music. The Guardian. Retrieved February 18, The Independent. Retrieved February 15, Retrieved February 25, November 21, Gold Disc.
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GfK Entertainment Charts. Retrieved February 22, Retrieved February 20, Billboard Japan.A fairly average input from Vangelis. When I first heard about the new album, I had mixed feelings. I was excited but I wasn't expecting much. The 3rd CD of the BladeRunner album was pants. His last decent album was El Greco (not the film score). You would have to go all the way back to Conquest of Paradise for his last epic.