I just downloaded on itunes ABBA final album "The Visitors" (from 1981). The title track reminds me of Led Zeppelin on acid dope as well as The Poppy Family (Susan & Terry Jacks) song "There's No Blood In Bone" (1970). The title track only went to # 63 in April or May of 1982 (Billboard Hot 100 Charts) & did not charted in the Adult Contemporary Charts. Their final Top 40 hit "When All Is Said And Done" went to # 27 (Hot 100) & # 10 (AC Chart) in January of 1982. Their final song "One Of Us" went to # 107 (Billboard's Bubbling Under The Hot 100 Charts) & # 33 (AC Charts) in April of 1983. Those were the only 3 songs that I downloaded. The Frida song "I Know There's Something Going On" went to # 13 in January of 1983 (Hot 100) & also # 17 (Mainstream Rock) (with Phil Collins on drums) & that is a great song which was the only one that I downloaded!! Frida also did the Phil Collins remake song "You Know What I Mean" (from Phil's "Face Value" 1981) & also a duet with Phil called "Here We'll Stay" which went to # 102 (Bubbling Under) back in May of 1983 all from her solo album "Something Going On". As for Agnetha Faltskog, the song "Can't Shake Loose" went to # 29 (Hot 100) in October of 1983. Her next & final single "I Wasn't The One (Who Said Goodbye") (duet with Peter Cetera) went to # 93 (Hot 100) & # 19 (AC Charts) in May of 1988. That duet is NOT on itunes or her 1988 album.