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A Tribute to ABBA

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Subject: Dancing Queen, Waterloo (ABBA song), SOS (ABBA song), Chiquitita, One of Us (ABBA song), Money, Money, Money, Knowing Me, Knowing You, Gimme! Gimme! Gimme! (A Man After Midnight), Voulez-Vous (song), Glow
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A Tribute to ABBA

A Tribute to ABBA
Compilation album by Various Artists
Released 2 April 2001
Genre Heavy metal, power metal, thrash metal, punk rock
Length 56:44 / 66:48 (Bonus Tracks)
Label Nuclear Blast

A Tribute to ABBA is a tribute album of ABBA songs played by a variety of heavy metal and hard rock bands, released on 2 April 2001 by German record label Nuclear Blast. The compilation was also released in Japan under the title ABBAMetal: A Tribute To ABBA.

Track listing

No. TitleWriter(s)Performer Length
1. "Summer Night City"  Benny Andersson, Björn UlvaeusTherion  
2. "Thank You for the Music"  Andersson, UlvaeusMetalium  
3. "Gimme! Gimme! Gimme! (A Man After Midnight)"  Andersson, UlvaeusSinergy  
4. "Money, Money, Money"  Andersson, UlvaeusAt Vance  
5. "Voulez-Vous"  Andersson, UlvaeusMorgana Lefay  
6. "SOS"  Andersson, Ulvaeus, Stig AndersonParadox  
7. "Take a Chance on Me"  Andersson, UlvaeusRough Silk (with Anke Hansen)  
8. "Chiquitita"  Andersson, UlvaeusSpiral Tower  
9. "Eagle"  Andersson, UlvaeusSargant Fury  
10. "One of Us"  Andersson, UlvaeusFlowing Tears  
11. "Waterloo"  Andersson, Ulvaeus, AndersonNation  
12. "Super Trouper"  Andersson, UlvaeusCustard  
13. "Knowing Me, Knowing You"  Andersson, Ulvaeus, AndersonTad Morose  
14. "Dancing Queen"  Andersson, Ulvaeus, AndersonGlow  

2 bonus tracks:

No. TitleWriter(s)Performer Length
15. "Lay All Your Love on Me"  Benny Andersson, Björn UlvaeusHelloween  
16. "The Winner Takes It All"  Benny Andersson, Björn UlvaeusAt Vance  

See also

List of ABBA tribute albums

External links

  • Nuclear Blast

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