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Apa, Bjorn Ulvaeus |  The world press celebrates the return of ABBA

Apa, Bjorn Ulvaeus | The world press celebrates the return of ABBA

– The magic is still there, writes the British The Times.


The news that Swedish pop band ABBA is releasing a new album sums up the lyrical coverage in the world press. Swedish daily newspaper Friday and points out, among other things, how a major British newspaper operates times They describe the comeback: “The magic is still there with a bittersweet disco beat,” they wrote. Avisa gives five stars for new songs.

Video: Nettavisen reporter Morten Carlsen meets ABBA fans in Central Park:


two new songs

Agnetha, Björn, Benny and Anni-Frid released two new songs and announced that they will perform digitally and live with a ten-member band in London from May 27, 2022, and then with a brand new album.

The upcoming “Voyage” album will be released on November 5 and will be a sequel to the 1981 album “The Visitors”, which was considered the group’s swan song.

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About the break in 1982

ABBA took over the world in the late 1970s with hits such as “Dancing Queen” (1976), “Super Trouper” (1980), “Knowing Me Knowing You” (1977) and “Take A Chance On Me” (1976).

When news of the reunion broke on Thursday, Bjorn Ulvaeus claimed that it wasn’t a matter of the reunion, but when. He referred to the 1982 breach:

– We ran out of energy, so we said, “Okay, we’ll take a break and sometime in the future we’ll record songs again. We didn’t know it would take 40 years.”

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Watch the enthusiastic reference to ABBA’s comeback on Good Morning Britain:

»ABBA surprised the world‘,” writes El Pitazo in Venezuela in his review of The Return.

German wrote: “Mamma Mia, this is a real feeling” New Zurich Times.

Who is ABBA?

Who is the Swedish pop group ABBA? It asks the French channel RMC and offers a crash course and quick rehearsals for everyone who could not experience this phenomenon in the 70s and 80s.