Reclusive former Abba star Agnetha Faltskog has fuelled rumours the 70s supergroup are on the verge of reforming after signing up to record her first album in 17 years.

The Swedish singer has signed a worldwide deal with WARNER MUSIC SCANDINAVIA and has returned to the studio to record an album of cover songs.

Tracks on the album include Cilla Black's IF I THOUGHT YOU'D CHANGE YOUR MIND and songs recorded by Barbra Streisand and DUSTY SPRINGFIELD.

The album, MY COLORING BOOK, will be released later this year (04), but the new activity has prompted ABBA fans to hope that she'll consider teaming up with her ex-bandmates and former husband BJORN ULVAEUS for a string of concerts to mark the 30th anniversary of the pop group's EUROVISION SONG CONTEST success in 1976.

22/01/2004 21:28