Since it's part of the 'photoshopping' album covers that this topic has covered, I decided to post a bit of a fan-made compilation album cover art to steer away from reworking the original album arts for a while and raise a speculation on how a 'greatest hits' album artwork would look like for any ABBA solo artists :-) (Obviously fake album cover)
Don't forget, there is a different singer called Frida Gold and that might cause controversy.
...which is why there is an 'Anni-Frid Lyngstad' in the fake 'Gold' album cover. If anything, had Lyngstad trademarked her name 'Frida' for European marketing (Quite possible – in theory, Lyngstad can use 'Frida' for music marketing purpose, in my opinion. But I'm not so sure about the application of practical reality. Since Sweden is part of EU, it's possible she may apply one at the Intellectual Property of E. U. or Switzerland, if she plans a limited release where the Swiss yodelers and climbers can listen to her music. Frida Kahlo's families trademarked 'Frida' and the artist's name for merchandise purpose probably in North America and the rest of the world..) and made it strict like The Beatles would, Alina Süggeler might as well go with 'Alina und die Gold Bergmanne: Original Album Series' 😂
The center and left image of this gallery is my personal preference, but the right cover may look like Frida Kahlo's estate will threaten to sue UMG for that!
The Frida-Warner single sleeve is nothing at all; it doesn't exist in this universe, but it has, now that I've done a mockup of it.
BUT: Continuous research of Warner Bros. Records's distribution in France via discogs. In the example of the design, the custom words vary by artists, and a Warner stamp and catalogue number is ordinarily placed in the corners that don't affect the artistic image heavily. Warner's France division has 5 characters of catalogue numbers.
Fact correction: Frida has been with EMI for four and a half, or five years, from 1967-1972.
"Fem år med Frida" or "Fyra år med Frida" would do so be accurate for someone who isn't too imaginative. (not me) (end fact correction)
But it's interesting that what if Frida was under EMI as a solo act... for long years like Agnetha? (Would she start writing songs late or, start to sing in English without ABBA's input?) _ Leaving my opinion split from the fact I'm presenting;
In my opinion, had she stayed with EMI for 10 years, she would've suddenly retired from music business and disappear into obscurity... which is why Benny was instrumental in introducing her to post-Beatles influenced popular music, and improve her mental health, I believe. She would be better off with RCA or Warner than EMI, lol