Released on 12 March in the UK, Waterloo' gave ABBA their first UK No. 1 single, and Britain's love affair with the group was under way.
The recordings that put Agnetha Fältskog in the vocal spotlight with ABBA, including hit singles and favourite album tracks.
A selection of Agnetha's most memorable quotes, reflecting her youth, the incredible success of ABBA, their personal relationships and much more.
With hints of everything that would follow, ABBA’s debut album, ‘Ring Ring’, found the group refining their skills en route to greatness.
Credited to ABBA's Benny Andersson and Björn Ulvaeus, the song had several working titles, most notably 'In The Arms Of Rosalita.'
After 'SOS' and 'Mamma Mia,' there was renewed interest in an album that had been largely ignored by UK audiences on first release.
As ABBA completed the 'Super Trouper' album, the only thing missing was a song called 'Super Trouper.'
The favourite from the 'Super Trouper' album will be available on white vinyl in a run of just 3000 copies.
By late 1977, the Swedish quartet were on an unstoppable roll, especially in the UK.
‘Lycka’, Benny Andersson and Björn Ulvaeus’ first album together, features Agnetha Faltskög and Anni-Frid Lyngstad, and reveals the start of ABBA’s genius.
The Andersson-Ulvaeus composition 'Money Money Money' took about a year to make the US chart, and then failed to make the top 40 there.
Described as “an immersive dining experience”, it will be a recreation of a taverna on the island of Skopelos, mirroring the setting of the first 'Mamma Mia!' movie.
The group were huge all year round, but two big hits helped make summer particularly special for them.
The song written by Benny Andersson, Björn Ulvaeus and Stig Anderson had a varied chart history around the world.
The Swedish pop icon was speaking at a London press conference for the much-anticipated 'Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again'.