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Australian Abba impersonators and one of the first to kick-start the ongoing tribute band craze. In the early 90s they captured an unexpected upswing in the nostalgia value of the lost decade - the 70s. The band, Bjorn Voloveus, Agnetha Falstart, Benny Anderwear and Frida, have maintained an admirable press embargo on conceding that they actually are a copy band: One of the worlds greatest coincidences is the similarity between the looks, the words and the melodies of Bjorn Again and Abba. Whatever, their nearly note-perfect renditions of Fernando, Dancing Queen, The Name Of The Game, et al., has seen them cultivate a fanatical live following since their inception in 1989. Their cult status was enhanced by a Reading Festival appearance where Nirvanas Kurt Cobain was among their admirers. They responded with a live jam of Smells Like Swede Spirit. Proof of their impact,...