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>> It's news that will have ABBA fans head over heels. The Swedish pop legends say they've recorded their first new songs since 1982. One of the two called, I Still Have Faith In You, set to debut in a December TV special. But ABBA are staying true to an old promise.
>> Appearing together, I do not think so, no, no and I expect the others to answer the same thing to that question. Yeah, I hope so.>> The new songs will be performed by computer generated avatars, but even this virtual reunion is something of a surprise. ABBA split in 1982 after the two couples that formed the band both divorced.
As for their motives now, it's not poverty driving them back into the studio. They've sold 375 million records and made millions from stage and screen versions of the Mamma Mia musical.
Not to mention royalties from tribute groups. In 2000, the four reportedly turned down a $1 billion offer to tour again. When all is said and done, the new songs certainly aren't about the money, money, money.