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Abba's Agnetha emerges with new album

Published måndag 11 mars 2013 kl 12.28
"When you really loved someone"
(0:39 min)
Agnetha (left) with Abba in 1973. Photo: Bertil S-son Åberg (BÅ)/SVT BILD

Agnetha Fältskog from Abba has released her first album in nine years.

The Album, which is titled "A", was produced by the Swedish composer and producer Jorgen Elofsson. The first track released from the album, "When You Really Loved Someone", has received widespread press coverage.

Jörgen Elofsson has helped produce a string of hits for the likes of Britney Spears and Westlife and a host of Swedish musical talents.

Fältskog released her debut solo album "Agnetha Faltskog" in 1968 before joining Abba, the epic pop group that broke up in 1982.

It is not the first comeback the 62-year-old Abba superstar has made. She returned to the spotlight in 2004 with an album of cover versions.

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