Happy Nation is the debut studio album by Swedish pop group Ace of Base. It was initially released in Denmark on 16 November 1992 by Mega Records. During development of the record, the group was heavily influenced by a Jamaican reggae band residing in a nearby studio.
It was released in June 1998 in Europe, Asia, and Africa, and August 10 in the United Kingdom. An American version, titled Cruel Summer, was released on September 1 and contained remixes, re-recordings, and new recordings deemed appropriate for an American audience.
The Bridge is the second album by Swedish pop music group Ace of Base. It was composed during 1994 and 1995, and released in October 1995. It is the only Ace of Base album to feature sizable contributions of writing, production, vocals, and harmonies by all four band members, each having an important part in its creation.
Cruel Summer is a 1998 album by Swedish pop group Ace of Base, released as the band's third album in North America on July 14, 1998 and in Japan on August 25, 1998 by Arista Records.
Da Capo is the fourth studio album released by Swedish pop group Ace of Base. The album is named for the musical term da capo, meaning "back to the beginning."
THE GOLDEN RATIO
The Golden Ratio is the fifth and final album by Swedish pop music group, Ace of Base. It was recorded in early 2009 through mid-2010. It is the first album to feature two new vocalists: Clara Hagman and Julia Williamson.