Posted May 30, 2011
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  1. Marie Serneholt

    Marie Serneholt


    Marie Eleonor Serneholt (born 11 July 1983) is a Swedish singer, model, and former member of the Swedish pop band A-Teens. She was born in Stockholm, daughter of musician Ronnie Serneholt.

  2. Sara Lumholdt

    Sara Lumholdt


    Sara Helena Lumholdt (born 25 October 1984) is a Swedish pop singer, and former member of the Swedish quartet A-Teens.

  3. A*Teens



    A-Teens (stylized as A*Teens) was a Swedish pop music group from Stockholm, Sweden, formed by Niklas Berg in 1998 as an ABBA tribute band called ABBA Teens and later renamed to A-Teens. They were composed of Marie Serneholt, Amit Sebastian Paul, Dhani Lennevald and Sara Lumholdt. The band's debut album became a success around the world and in 2001 it was reported that the band had sold 6 million albums worldwide.

  4. Dhani Lennevald

    Dhani Lennevald


    John Dhani Lennevald (born July 24, 1984 in Stockholm) is a Swedish Pop/R&B dancer and singer. He is a former member of the pop group A-Teens.

  5. Can't Help Falling In Love

    Can't Help Falling In Love (1961)


    "Can't Help Falling in Love" is a pop ballad originally recorded by American singer-songwriter Elvis Presley and published by Gladys Music, Elvis Presley's publishing company. It was written by Hugo Peretti, Luigi Creatore and George David Weiss. The melody is based on "Plaisir d'amour" (1784), a popular romance by Jean Paul Egide Martini (1741–1816). It was featured in Elvis Presley's 1961 film, Blue Hawaii. During the following four decades, it was recorded by numerous other artists, including British reggae group UB40, whose 1993 version topped the U.S. and UK charts, and Swedish pop group A-Teens.

  6. Mamma Mia

    Mamma Mia (1975)


    "Mamma Mia" is a song recorded by the Swedish pop group ABBA, written by Benny Andersson, Björn Ulvaeus and Stig Anderson, with the lead vocals shared by Agnetha Fältskog and Anni-Frid Lyngstad. It is the opening track on the group's third album, the self-titled ABBA. The song's name is derived from Italian, where it is an interjection used in situations of surprise, anguish, or excitement (literally, "My mother").

  7. Teen Spirit

    Teen Spirit (2001)


    Teen Spirit is the second studio album by Swedish pop group A-Teens, released in 2001 by Stockholm Records in Sweden and MCA Records in the US. It is also their first studio album consisting of original new songs in contrast to their ABBA cover concept debut album The ABBA Generation, except one cover called "Morning Light", which had originally recorded by fellow Swedish singer, E-Type.

  8. Dancing Queen

    Dancing Queen (1976)


    "Dancing Queen" is a song by the Swedish group ABBA, and the lead single from their fourth studio album, Arrival. Written by Benny Andersson, Björn Ulvaeus and Stig Anderson, and produced by the first two, it was released as a single in Sweden on 16 August 1976, with Britain and the rest of Europe just a few days later. It quickly became a monumental worldwide hit, receiving extensive radio airplay and popularity at nightclubs. It became ABBA's only number one hit in the United States, also topping the charts in Austria, Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Ireland, Mexico, New Zealand, Norway, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, West Germany and Zimbabwe; and reaching the Top 5 in many countries.

  9. Upside Down

    Upside Down (2000)


    "Upside Down" (Bouncing off the Ceiling (Upside Down) outside Europe) was A-Teens' first single from their second album Teen Spirit. After the intense promotion in the United States in August 2000 the band went back to studio to start working on their second album. The song was first announced at the Viva Music Awards in September 2000. It was the first time they released an original song and not a cover, and it was produced by the hit makers Grizzly and Tysper.

  10. The ABBA Generation Remix

    The ABBA Generation Remix (2001)


    The ABBA Generation Remix is an A*Teens album, a compilation of the best remixes of their singles from their first album, The ABBA Generation.

  11. The Abba Generation

    The Abba Generation (1999)


    The ABBA Generation is the first A-Teens studio album, consisting of well-known ABBA songs in modern and upbeat versions.

  12. New Arrival

    New Arrival (2003)


    New Arrival is the fourth and final studio album by the A-Teens, released in 2003. The album consists of six songs previously released on Pop 'til You Drop!, with "Let Your Heart Do All the Talking" featuring a lightly different ending on this album, along with six new previously unreleased songs. Some special editions include the bonus tracks "Can't Help Falling in Love" (also included Pop 'til You Drop! and on the Disney Lilo & Stitch soundtrack), the ballad version of "Heartbreak Lullaby" or in Japan, the Pop 'til You Drop! song "Hi and Goodbye". New Arrival features new artwork, new tracks and some of the tracks included on Pop 'til You Drop! were remixed to add a Europop feeling. Marie said, "We wanted to present a totally new album for the European market, because some of our hard core fans already imported Pop 'til You Drop!, so we wanted to give them something new."

  13. Sugar Rush

    Sugar Rush (2001)


    Sugar Rush was A-Teens' third single from their second album Teen Spirit.

  14. Super Trouper

    Super Trouper (1980)


    "Super Trouper" was a hit single for Swedish pop group ABBA, and was the title track from their 1980 studio album Super Trouper, written by Benny Andersson and Björn Ulvaeus. The song, with lead vocals by Anni-Frid Lyngstad, was the last to be written and recorded for this album and it replaced the track "Put On Your White Sombrero". The working title of this song was "Blinka Lilla Stjärna". "Super Trouper" is included on the Gold: Greatest Hits compilation, as well as in the Mamma Mia! musical.

  15. One Of Us

    One Of Us (1999)


    "One of Us" from 1981 was the first single from Swedish pop group ABBA's final studio album The Visitors, their eighth for Polar, and their seventh for Epic and Atlantic. The song is also included on the Gold: Greatest Hits compilation.

  16. Gimme! Gimme! Gimme!

    Gimme! Gimme! Gimme! (1979)


    "Gimme! Gimme! Gimme! (A Man After Midnight)" (working title "Been and Gone and Done It") is a song by Swedish band ABBA. It was recorded and released in 1979 with "The King Has Lost His Crown" as the B-side. It appears on ABBA's Greatest Hits Vol. 2 album, as well as their best-selling album, Gold: Greatest Hits.

  17. A Perfect Match

    A Perfect Match (2003)


    "A Perfect Match" was A-Teens' third and final single from their third album New Arrival. The track was written by Mack, Habolin and Jasson and became one of the band's biggest hits in Sweden and Latin-America.

  18. Pop 'Til You Drop!

    Pop 'Til You Drop! (2002)


    Pop 'til You Drop! is the third studio album by Swedish pop group A-Teens, released in 2002 exclusively for the U.S. market. Recorded between 2001 and 2002 in Stockholm, Sweden, Pop 'til You Drop! provide a more American-driven sound rather than just Europop. For the first time, the A-Teens participated on the writing of the tracks and the design of the album and image. It was released as an American only release on June 18, 2002, in the hype of the promotion of the first single, the Elvis Presley cover "Can't Help Falling in Love", which was part of the soundtrack of Disney's movie Lilo & Stitch. The album also consists of six songs later released on their third full-length studio album New Arrival, with "Let Your Heart Do All the Talking" having an early altered version with a slightly different ending on this album in contrast to the New Arrival version, the song "This Year" from the Kim Possible soundtrack, along with four new previously unreleased songs. Despite the fact that their third studio album New Arrival hasn't been released in the U.S., this compilation album is considered as the third studio album there.

  19. I Promised Myself

    I Promised Myself (2004)


    "I Promised Myself" is a song written and originally performed by Nick Kamen. It was released as a single twice: first from his album Move Until We Fly in 1990, then as a remix in 2004. The original version achieved success in Austria and Sweden where it topped the charts. It was covered by 1980s band Dead or Alive, and in 2004, the song was covered by A-Teens. In 2009 the song was covered by eurodance artist Basshunter.

  20. Greatest Hits

    Greatest Hits (2004)


    Greatest Hits is A-Teens' last official album. It is a compilation including their biggest worldwide hits, such as "Mamma Mia", "Upside Down", "Halfway Around the World", "Floorfiller", and many others. Every track included on the album (except for the new tracks) reached the Top 20 in at least one country.

  21. Halfway Around The World

    Halfway Around The World (2001)


    Halfway Around the World was A-Teens' second single from their second album Teen Spirit.

  22. Extr-A*Teens

    Extr-A*Teens (2000)


    Extr-A-Teens is an A*Teens special EP, released in Chile after the success of their first album, The ABBA Generation. After the amazing success of their album in Latin America the A*Teens recorded the Spanish versions of their hits "Mamma Mia" and" Gimme! Gimme! Gimme! (A Man After Midnight)".

  23. Heartbreak Lullaby

    Heartbreak Lullaby (2001)


    Heartbreak Lullaby was A-Teens fourth and final single from the German and Scandinavian versions of their second studio album Teen Spirit and for the The Princess Diaries movie soundtrack in Europe and Asia. The song was written by Jan Kask, Peter Mansson and Cathy Dennis. By public demand, the song was released on radio and TV in Mexico in January 2002 to promote the album "Teen Spirit - New Version" but failed to get the public's attention peaking only at fifty-eight on the Airplay Chart.

  24. Floorfiller

    Floorfiller (2002)


    "Floorfiller" is A-Teens' second single from their third album Pop 'til You Drop, also featured on its European edition New Arrival.

  25. Let Your Heart Do All The Talking

    Let Your Heart Do All The Talking (2002)


    "Let Your Heart Do All the Talking" was A-Teens' second single from their third album New Arrival, which also previously appeared on their first EP Pop 'til You Drop! for the U.S. market and was released as the third and final single from Pop 'til You Drop! there.

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