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Abba set to release new album in April

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Abba set to release new album in April
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Abba has announced plans to release a deluxe edition of its last studio album which will be the first time since 1994 that the Swedish pop music supergroup has released material previously unavailable to the public.

Despite turning down numerous lucrative offers to reunite for a reunion tour, Abba has nevertheless decided to re-release an updated version of The Visitors, the group's final studio album originally released in 1981.

According to Abba's official website, The Visitors Deluxe Edition will include a DVD of archive material as well as bonus tracks, including the previously unreleased demo medley ‘From A Twinkling Star To A Passing Angel'.

This is the first time since the Thank You For The Music box set in 1994 that Abba have opened the doors to the tape vaults to release previously unheard music from the group's heyday,” the group said in a statement.

The new version of The Visitors is set to be released on April 23rd.

Originally released in 1981, The Visitors features hit single ‘One Of Us', ‘Head Over Heels' and ‘When All Is Said And Done'.

In addition, the album includes ‘Slipping Through My Fingers', which is featured in the Mamma Mia! Musical.

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