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1. ABBA's springboard to fame was of course winning the 1974 Eurovision song contest with "Waterloo." At post time (to use a racing term), what odds could you get on Sweden to win the contest?
2. The group's name was derived from its members' first initials, but before they could use it, they had to get permission from what business that had the same name?
3. ABBA have always considered that they were a comparative failure in the United States, where their only Number One single was
4. The oldest of the four is
5. Which of the group (if any) was the product of a liaison between his/her Norwegian mother and a German soldier?
6. In what year were ABBA inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame?
7. VH1 compiled a list of the 100 Greatest Women of Rock and Roll in 1999. Where did Agnetha and Frida finish (they were taken collectively)?
8. Five of ABBA's eight albums charted in the Top 40 in the United States. Three went gold, and one made it to platinum. Name the album.
9. 1974's "Waterloo" wasn't ABBA's first try at Eurovision. What was their entry in 1973?
10. Arguably the world's foremost ABBA authority is this man, who wrote what must be the group's definitive biography "Bright Lights, Dark Shadows." His name is
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