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Nearly four decades after disbanding and vowing never to get back together, Swedish superstars ABBA were expected to announce a comeback on Thursday with new songs and performances by holograms called "Abbatars". Almost as famous for their over-the-top outfits as their music, the group has notched up over 400 million album sales over 50 years.…

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