One of my favorites, ‘Abba' are on the top-ten of UK album Charts !! My heart felt Congratulations !

The Swedish pop-group Abba, created a history by returning to the number one spot at the UK album charts with their 1992 album 'Gold Greatest Hits'. The popular hits collection topped the UK album charts on four previous occasions, returned to the top since 1999, forcing Coldplay's Viva La Vida into second spot and Duffy's Rockferry into third.


1. Abba: Gold Gratest Hits, 2. Coldplay: Viva La Vida, 3.Duffy: Rockferry, 4. Kid Rock, Rock N Role Jesus, 5. Basshunter: Now You'r Gone, 6. Ting Tings: We Started Nothing, 7. Sharleen Spiterri: Melody, 8. Bachelors: Believe - The Very Best Of, 9. Chris Brown: Exclusive 10. Nickelback: All The Right Reasons are on the UK top ten album.

ABBA : Agnetha, Benny, Bjorn, Anni-Frid. The word ‘Abba' also means daddy or dad in Hebrew. My favorite Abba songs are : "Mamma Mia", "Water Loo", "Fernando", "Dancing Queen", "I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do", Super Trouper", "Winner takes it all" etc. To me Abba always sounds very simple and plain !!

"Mamma Mia", sung by Meryl Streep and Pierce Brosnan, has earned almost $230 million at the world wide box office, Briton contributed $64 million quotes the press.

Between 1964 to 1974, the Abba's recorded only one folk music per year in Swedish and English. They became victorious by taking part in Eurovission song contest in England which created history for the song ‘Water Loo'; The beginning of the greatest careers in Swedish pop history.

The Abba museum in Stockholm, Sweden, will be inaugurated from June 3rd to 7th 2009. A grand celebration is expected all over Stockholm.

Purchase the tickets for the unique event of the opening of the Abba museum!!

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Comments 2 comments

ColdWarBaby 8 years ago

Dancing Queen. I wonder if they were talking about J. Edgar Hoover.

sunitha and family 8 years ago

Abba ,yes one of my favourite band too .My favorite song Winner takes it all.

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