ABBA reunite to record new music for the first time since 1982

ABBA won the Eurovision Song Contest in 1974, broke up in 1982 and have reunited to release two new songs this year.

    Fans of the Swedish pop legends ABBA will be thanking them for the music all over again, as the band records its first new material in more than 35 years.

    The four members have been back in the studio for the first time since 1982 - producing two new songs.

    It may all be about money, money, money.

    But before you break out your inner Dancing Queen, note that it's not a permanent reunion.

    Al Jazeera's Charlie Angela reports from London.


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