Topic: The Edge (Musician)

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  • In Pictures Rock and Roll Hall of Fame 2010

    The four-member Swedish hit machine ABBA quit in 1982 soon after the band's two couples split. They left behind a string of catchy pop songs like "Dancing Queen," ''Waterloo" and "Knowing Me Knowing You." ABBA was never as big in the United States as in Europe. But 6 million of the 26 million copies of ABBA's greatest hits collection were sold in the U.S., and the stage and film productions of "Mamma Mia" kept their songs alive for a new generation and those who might have missed them in the first place.

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  • In Pictures Rock and Roll Hall of Fame 2010

    The four-member Swedish hit machine ABBA quit in 1982 soon after the band's two couples split. They left behind a string of catchy pop songs like "Dancing Queen," ''Waterloo" and "Knowing Me Knowing You." ABBA was never as big in the United States as in Europe. But 6 million of the 26 million copies of ABBA's greatest hits collection were sold in the U.S., and the stage and film productions of "Mamma Mia" kept their songs alive for a new generation and those who might have missed them in the first place.

  • Review: 'It Might Get Loud'

    Step in to the world of three master electric guitarists in this affectionate documentary about a jam session.

  • Opinion Real-life guitar hero: Les Paul

    The ultimate 'can do' guy helped Woodstock plug in.