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Abba

The Album

Released in 1977 to coincide with Abba: The Movie, ‘The Album’ originally reached Number One and, 30 years later, still sounds pleasantly nostalgic. While four versions of ‘Take A Chance On Me’ is overkill, there’s no denying that when they weren’t divorcing each other Abba served up some delicious pop nuggets from their Swedish hatch.



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