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Bjorn Ulvaeus

Waterloo Station: ABBA exhibit explores band's 1970s rise

ABBA's Bjorn Ulvaeus says a new London exhibition about the Swedish pop group took him right back to the 1970s — and he realized some things haven't changed.


Abba: Super Troupers includes reconstructions of the hotel room in England where band members stayed after winning the 1974 Eurovision Song Contest with "Waterloo," a '70s recording studio and a typically drab British living room of the era.

Ulvaeus said Wednesday that a television set in the exhibit "showed footage from 1973-74, how the Brits were hesitant about Europe back then, in the very same way as they are now, which is really sad, I think."

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