A*Teens ‎– New Arrival

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
018 358-2 A*Teens New Arrival(CD, Album) Stockholm Records, Universal 018 358-2 Sweden 2003 Sell This Version
018 358-2 A*Teens New Arrival(CD, Album) Stockholm Records, Universal 018 358-2 Ukraine 2003 Sell This Version
018 358-2 A*Teens New Arrival(CD, Album) Stockholm Records 018 358-2 China 2003 Sell This Version
018 358-9 A*Teens New Arrival(CD, Album) Stockholm Records, Universal 018 358-9 Russia 2003 Sell This Version
UICO-1038 A*Teens New Arrival(CD, Album) Stockholm Records UICO-1038 Japan 2003 Sell This Version
018 358-9 A*Teens New Arrival(CD, Album) Stockholm Records 018 358-9 Ukraine 2003 Sell This Version
04400183582 A*Teens New Arrival(CD, Album) Stockholm Records 04400183582 Brazil 2003 Sell This Version
018 358-2 A*Teens New Arrival(CD, Album, Unofficial) Stockholm Records (3) 018 358-2 Russia 2003 Sell This Version
ARRIVAL-1 A Teens* New Arrival(CDr, Promo) Stockholm Records ARRIVAL-1 Sweden 2003 Sell This Version
018 358-4 A*Teens New Arrival(Cass) Stockholm Records, Stockholm Records 018 358-4 Ukraine 2003 Sell This Version
018 358-4 A*Teens New Arrival(Cass, Album) Stockholm Records 018 358-4 Indonesia 2003 Sell This Version
018 358-4 A*Teens New Arrival(Cass, Album) Stockholm Records, Universal 018 358-4 Russia 2003 Sell This Version

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LeonardoA

LeonardoA

January 14, 2017
referencing New Arrival, CD, Album, 018 358-2
The Swedish teen Group A * Teens (two boys and two girls) made in 1999 for that some old songs of Abba in more modern dance versions again in the hit parade. After the successful album The Abba Generation and hits like Mamma Mia and Super Trouper, Gimme Gimme Gimme! seemed the formula worked out, but the A-Teens knew yet of stop. The second album contained no Abba-songs more and did little. On the third album is the the development to the status of a teen group with its own identity continued. Only the title New Arrival still refers to one of the most famous albums of their Swedish examples. In addition to covers as Shame, Shame, Shame (Shirley & Company), The Letter (The Box Tops) and One Night In Bangkok (Murray Head) we hear a lot of uncomplicated sing-along pop, which still mostly on Europop and hardly on American hip hop and r&b based. Nothing wrong with that but the eternal comparison with Abba, which has called itself the group over, still clearly in favor of Agnetha, Frida, Björn and Benny.