It is no secret that ABBA is Eurovision’s biggest success story and here is some good news for the fans out there:

The song “I’m still alive” will be released on September 29th on the special album “ABBA Live At Wembley Arena”. It contains the whole concert of the night of November 10, 1979. The song was written by singer Agnetha Faltskog (Benny and Bjorn were NOT involed) and was performed during their 1979 tour across Europe and the United States.

Benny had kind words for Agnetha saying “It’s a good song. She is a great songwriter.”

Now there are tons of live (and mostly bad quality) recordings floating around the Internet but hopefully true ABBA fans will appreciate a high quality version that they can add to their collection.

You can listen to one of the recordings below:

 

 

 

In case you didn’t know already, ABBA respresented Sweden in 1974 at the Eurovision Song Contest with the song “Waterloo” and ended up winning the contest which kicked off an amazing career that left a major impact becoming one of the most successful bands ever.

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