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For most of the last three decades, ABBA was but a memory for Agnetha Faltskog. She made concerted efforts to leave behind her past as one of two principal singers of the best-selling 1970s Swedish quartet, best known for its power-pop classic "Dancing Queen." "There was several years after I had stopped with the group that I couldn't listen to the music," Faltskog said. But Faltskog is back. This week she's released a new solo album called "A." It is the 63-year-old's first album since 2004's "My Colouring Book," which, at the time, she assumed would be her last release.