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The ABBA Generation

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Length  42:50
Artist  A*Teens
Label  Polydor K.K.
The ABBA Generation (1999)  Extr-A-Teens (2000)
Release date  1 July 1999
Genres  Pop music, Europop
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Released  August 25, 1999 (1999-08-25) (Sweden) May 11, 2000 (2000-05-11) (US)
Recorded  January–March 1999 in Sweden
Producer  Ole Evenrude, Johan S, Thomas Johansson, Ronald Malmberg, Hartmann, Langhoff
Similar  A*Teens albums, Pop music albums

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The ABBA Generation is the first A-Teens studio album, consisting of well-known ABBA songs in modern and upbeat versions.


Recorded in Sweden in early 1999, was released later that year internationally and in 2000 in the United States. It spawned 4 hit singles, including the Swedish number-one "Mamma Mia". The album was certified Platinum or Gold in 22 different territories around the world, going on to sell almost 4 million copies. The album was a moderate success in Japan, where it peaked at number eighteen, selling 61,810 copies. The ABBA Generation generated the best reviews from the band's career. Different covers and versions of the album were released around the world, in the process the A-Teens recorded two tracks in Spanish, "Mamma Mia" and "Gimme! Gimme! Gimme!" for the Latin American market.

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  1. "Mamma Mia" – 3:47 (Benny Andersson; Björn Ulvaeus; Stig Anderson)
  2. "Gimme! Gimme! Gimme! (A Man After Midnight)" – 3:57 (Benny Andersson; Björn Ulvaeus)
  3. "Super Trouper" – 3:52 (Benny Andersson; Björn Ulvaeus)
  4. "One of Us" – 3:55 (Benny Andersson; Björn Ulvaeus)
  5. "Voulez-Vous" – 3:42 (Benny Andersson; Björn Ulvaeus)
  6. "S.O.S." – 3:12 (Benny Andersson; Björn Ulvaeus)
  7. "Dancing Queen" – 3:50 (Benny Andersson; Björn Ulvaeus; Stig Anderson)
  8. "Take a Chance on Me" – 3:53 (Benny Andersson; Björn Ulvaeus)
  9. "Lay All Your Love on Me" – 4:03 (Benny Andersson; Björn Ulvaeus)
  10. "The Name of the Game" – 4:22 (Benny Andersson; Björn Ulvaeus; Stig Anderson)
  11. "Our Last Summer" – 4:28 (Benny Andersson; Björn Ulvaeus)

German Limited edition

  • 11 Tracks This edition adds an Enhanced section with the music videos for "Mamma Mia", "Gimme! Gimme! Gimme! (A Man After Midnight)" and "Super Trouper".
  • Latin America

  • 11 Tracks as standard edition plus two bonus tracks "Mamma Mia [Spanish Version]" (3:48) and "Gimme! Gimme! Gimme! [Spanish Version]" (3:46).
  • This edition of the album was released in early 2000, although an edition with 11 tracks was released in 1999. The first Chilean edition of the album includes the music videos for "Mamma Mia" and "Super Trouper".
  • United States

  • 11 Tracks as standard edition plus the enhanced music video for "Dancing Queen"
  • Target Edition also includes "Mamma Mia" music video and "A*Teens Megamix" (7:36) by Pierre J.
  • Japan

  • 11 tracks as standard edition plus three bonus tracks "Knowing Me, Knowing You" (4:11), "Mamma Mia [Jam Lab Remix]" (3:56) and "Super Trouper [Pinocchio Remix]" (5:08).
  • Singles

  • "Mamma Mia" [Sweden] August 23, 1999 / United States November 16, 1999
  • "Super Trouper" [Sweden] November 22, 1999 / United Kingdom November 29, 1999
  • "Gimme! Gimme! Gimme!" March 27, 2000 (Internationally)
  • "Dancing Queen" March 7, 2000 (United States & Canada)
  • "Happy New Year" [Sweden] (an ABBA cover which actually does not appear on the album)
  • "One of Us"
  • "Take a Chance on Me" [Spain Only]
  • "The Name of the Game"
  • Release history

  • August 25, 1999 (Sweden)
  • May 16, 2000 (USA)
  • Songs

    1Mamma Mia3:44
    2Gimme Gimme Gimme (A Man After Midnight)3:56
    3Super Trouper3:52


    The ABBA Generation Wikipedia