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Abba: Thank You For The Music

But Could This Be Your Waterloo?

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The 70s was an interesting decade, to say the least. There were all sorts of questionable hair and make up choices, and music ranged from the sublime to the disastrous. As well as some classic, timeless talent, it was also the era that gifted us The Bay City Rollers, Hall and Oates, Olivia Newton…

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