Agneta Åse Fältskog (born 5 April 1950), known as Agnetha Fältskog, is a Swedish singer, songwriter, and musician. She first achieved success in Sweden with the release of her 1968 self-titled debut album, and later achieved international stardom in the 1970s as a member of the pop group ABBA. The group has sold over 180 million albums and singles worldwide, making it one of the best-selling music acts in history.
I Stand Alone is the third English-language solo studio album, and tenth overall, by Swedish singer and ABBA member Agnetha Fältskog. Released on 9 November 1987, the album was produced by Peter Cetera and would be her last for 17 years.
I Stand Alone was produced by Peter Cetera, the former singer and bass guitar player with American rock band Chicago. He duetted with Fältskog on the track “I Wasn’t the One (Who Said Goodbye)“. The co-producer of the album was Bruce Gaitsch, with whom Fältskog was in a relationship at the time.
- Track Listing:
- “The Last Time” – 4:12 (Robin Randall, Judithe Randall, Jeff Law)
- “Little White Secrets” – 4:04 (Ellen Schwartz, Roger Bruno, Susan Pomerantz)
- “I Wasn’t the One (Who Said Goodbye)” with Peter Cetera – 4:10 (Mark Mueller, Aaron Zigman)
- “Love in a World Gone Mad” – 4:08 (Billy Livsey, Pete Sinfield)
- “Maybe It Was Magic” – 4:07 (Peter Brown, Pat Hurley)
- “Let It Shine” – 3:58 (Austin Roberts, Bill LaBounty, Beckie Foster
- “We Got a Way” – 3:50 (John Robinson, Franne Golde, Martin Walsh)
- “I Stand Alone” – 4:48 (Peter Cetera, Bruce Gaitsch)
- “Are You Gonna Throw It All Away” – 4:52 (Diane Warren, Albert Hammond)
- “If You Need Somebody Tonight” – 3:32 (Diane Warren, Albert Hammond)
Video: “I Wasn’t the One (Who Said Goodbye)” with Peter Cetera (1987)