Abba Reunion: Our Top 10 Tracks From The World's Favourite Pop Band


World-renowned, legendary pop act Abba have today teased a major announcement for next week, entitled 'Abba Voyage' - and the internet has gone wild for it.

With rumour circulating that the project will include a hologram tour and new music, the long-awaited Abba reunion will hopefully see the band release new music after a hiatus of 39 years.

We cannot wait to hear what that new music will sound like, but in the meantime we're cracking out the best of Abba playlist and counting down some of our favourite tracks by the world-famous foursome, who found fame thanks to the 1974 Eurovision Song Contest.

Which Abba tracks top your list? Check out our top 10 favourites...


From the album: 'Waterloo'
Released: 4 March 1974
UK Chart Position: 1

'Knowing Me, Knowing You'

From the album: 'Arrival'
Released: 14 February 1977
UK Chart Position: 1

'Does Your Mother Know'

From the album: 'Voulez-Vous'
Released: 27 April 1979
UK Chart Position: 4


From the album: 'Voulez-Vous'
Released: 2 July 1979
UK Chart Position: 3

'Super Trouper'

From the album: 'Super Trouper'
Released: 3 November 1980
UK Chart Position: 1

'Take A Chance On Me'

From the album: 'Abba: The Album'
Released: 1 November 1978
UK Chart Position: 1

'The Winner Takes It All'

From the album: 'Super Trouper'
Released: 21 July 1980
UK Chart Position: 1


From the album: 'Greatest Hits'
Released: 10 November 1975
UK Chart Position: 1

'Thank You For The Music'

From the album: 'Thank You For The Music'
Released: 12 December 1977
UK Chart Position: 33

'Lay All Your Love On Me'

From the album: 'Super Trouper'
Released: July 1981
UK Chart Position: 7

Listen to the playlist here!


Abba photo credit: AVRO, CC BY-SA 3.0 NL, via Wikimedia Commons

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I'm Sarah: Digital Marketing Manager at See Tickets, Journalism graduate, and parent to two disobedient cats named after Pokémon. A life-long music fan, I flitter happily between emo, R&B, pop and alt music. As I approach 30, I can often be found complaining of back pain at gigs and festivals across the UK and beyond, or wielding my camera at any event that will have me.

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