356 clues
Mr. Eban
'SOS' band
Rock group
'SOS' group
'70s Swedes
SOS" quartet
Jewish title
Israeli name
Rhyme scheme
SOS" foursome
Mideast pops?
Rhyme pattern
Bjorn's group
Diplomat Eban
Israel's Eban
Acronymic band
Biblical title
Bishop's title
Statesman Eban
''SOS'' singers
One of Us" band
1970s hitmakers
Oriental bishop
Swedish singers
Mamma Mia" band
Swedish quartet
'70s supergroup
Swedish rockers
Waterloo" group
Waterloo" Swedes
'70s pop quartet
Quatrain pattern
Palindromic band
''Waterloo'' band
'Chiquitita' band
'SOS' pop quartet
Chiquitita" group
Stockholm quartet
Swedish rock band
''Fernando'' band
S.O.S." pop group
Patriarch's title
Pop music acronym
Voulez-Vous" band
Swedish pop group
Waterloo" singers
___ Eban of Israel
'Fernando' quartet
Mamma Mia!" Swedes
SOS" singing group
Voulez-Vous" group
Waterloo" foursome
Mamma Mia group
Patriarchal father
Swedish superstars
''Fernando'' group
'Waterloo' quartet
Popular rock group
Swedish supergroup
Swedish rock group
'70s pop supergroup
'Mamma Mia' singers
Band from Stockholm
Coptic Church title
Mr. Eban of Israel.
Reversible rockers?
'70s pop superstars
Acronymic band name
Agnetha's pop group
Biblical ''father''
Four musical Swedes
Super Trouper" band
Fernando" pop group
Swedish pop quartet
Common rhyme scheme
Simple rhyme scheme
Super Trouper" group
Mamma Mia!" foursome
'70s Swedish quartet
'Chiquitita' quartet
'Mamma Mia!' quartet
'Waterloo' pop group
Dancing Queen" bunch
One of Us" pop group
Rock Me" group, 1975
Waterloo" supergroup
Coptic church father
Father, in the Bible
Seventies supergroup
Two-letter pop group
Voulez-Vous" singers
Swedish pop foursome
'70s rock superstars
''Fernando'' singers
Eastern Church title
''Fernando'' foursome
'Dancing Queen' group
Angeleyes" band, 1979
I Have a Dream" group
Björn Ulvaeus's band
Contemporary of Moshe
Mideast diplomat Eban
Swedish musical group
Swedish rock foursome
Swedish singing group
Title meaning father.
Mamma Mia!" pop group
Eastern Church bishop
Palindromic band name
Coptic bishop's title
Israeli diplomat Eban
Anti-trafficking org.
Quatrain rhyme scheme
Palindromic pop group
''Dancing Queen'' band
Enclosed" rhyme scheme
Super Trouper" quartet
Voulez-Vous" pop group
A band coming or going
Benny Andersson's band
Björn Ulvaeus's group
Israeli statesman Eban
Benny and three others
Eastern bishop's title
Swedish pop-rock group
Title for some bishops
Dancing Queen" singers
Palindromic rock group
Chiquitita" vocal group
Dancing Queen" foursome
2010 Rock Hall inductee
Acronymic singing group
Big name in disco music
Europop superstar group
Iconic Swedish foursome
Popular Swedish quartet
Swedish cheese-pop band
'70s Swedish supergroup
Mamma Mia!" song source
1974 Eurovision winners
Redondilla rhyme scheme
Scandinavian supergroup
Palindrome in pop music
Palindromic pop quartet
'Mamma Mia!' inspiration
Mamma Mia!" music source
Acronymic pop group name
Agnetha Fältskog's band
Eastern Church patriarch
Palindromic Swedish band
Swedish pop-rock quartet
Pop group from Stockholm
Dancing Queen" pop group
''Dancing Queen'' quartet
Chiquitita" singing group
Dancing Queen" supergroup
Money, Money, Money" band
Winner Takes It All" band
Benny Andersson was in it
Palindromic singing group
Palindromic synthpop band
Renowned Swedish foursome
Waterloo singing group
Palindromic Swedish icons
Mamma Mia!" singing group
'70s "Chiquitita" pop band
'Take a Chance on Me' band
Dancing Queen" vocal group
Gimme, Gimme, Gimme" group
Super Trouper" group, 1980
Bespangled Swedish quartet
Group heard in "Mamma Mia!
Palindromic band of Swedes
Palindromic clerical title
Quartet who sang "Fernando
Rhyme scheme for Mr. Eban?
Rock Hall of Fame foursome
Swedish pop group, '72-'82
'70s Agnetha Faltskog band
Super Trouper" vocal group
Group with Benny and Bjorn
Self-titled 1975 pop album
Dancing Queen" music group
Take a Chance on Me" group
'70s Bjorn Ulvaeus pop band
'70s mega-selling pop group
Take a Chance on Me" Swedes
Waterloo" band of the 1970s
Group signed by Polar Music
Inspiration for "Mamma Mia!
___-Zaba (classic taffy bar)
'70s Frida Lyngstad pop band
1970's hitmakers from Sweden
Band with a symmetrical logo
Inspiration for Björn Again
Group with the hit "Waterloo
Take a Chance on Me" quartet
Take a Chance on Me" singers
Thank You for the Music" band
Album with the hit "Mamma Mia
Band whose name is an acronym
Group featured in "Mamma Mia!
Palindromic name in pop music
Quartet named for its singers
Subject of a Stockholm museum
Knowing Me, Knowing You" band
The Winner Takes It All" band
Agnetha, Benny and two others
Swedish pop band of the 1970s
Quartet named for its members
Lay All Your Love on Me" group
Take a Chance on Me" pop group
Thank You for the Music" group
1970s band known for "Waterloo
Ones repeating "I do" in 1976?
Pop group in "Muriel's Wedding
Swedish pop band who sang "SOS
Pop group, forward or backward
The Winner Takes It All" group
Band that had the 1975 hit "SOS
Band with a museum in Stockholm
Pop singing quartet from Sweden
Quartet with a Stockholm museum
Rock group with a mirrored logo
Group that inspired "Mamma Mia!
Knowing Me, Knowing You" singers
Foursome on a 1983 Swedish stamp
Swedish band that sang "Fernando
Their logo has a mirrored letter
The Winner Takes It All" quartet
The Winner Takes It All" singers
Eurovision 1974 got them started
Pop foursome formed in Stockholm
''Knowing Me, Knowing You'' group
Group with the 1976 hit "Fernando
Pop group with a Stockholm museum
Popular Swedish band of the 1970s
Top-selling pop group of the 70's
Money, Money, Money" music makers
Their songs are in ''Mamma Mia!''
Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again" group
Take a Chance on Me" singing group
The Winner Takes It All" pop group
Swedish band that sang "Chiquitita
'70s "The Winner Takes It All" band
Agnetha, Bjorn, Benny and Anni-Frid
Band with the #1 hit "Dancing Queen
Biblical title of reverence for God
Bishop's title in Eastern churches.
Bishop's title in the Coptic Church
Band with the 1979 hit "Voulez-Vous
Bjorn, Benny, Agnetha and Anni-Frid
Agnetha, Benny, Bjorn and Anni-Frid
Band that had the 1974 hit "Waterloo
Band with the 1979 song "Voulez-Vous
Group behind a 2001 Broadway musical
1974 Eurovision Song Contest winners
Swedish band with the hit "Mamma Mia
I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do" singers
Group that featured Agnetha Fältskog
Name on the cover of "Voice of Israel
Quartet with its own Stockholm museum
Singing group with a palindromic name
Pop group with a hit Broadway musical
''I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do'' group
Band with the hits "Fernando" and "SOS
Singers of "Voulez-Vous" and "Waterloo
Inspiration for Broadway's "Mamma Mia!
Band known for "Knowing Me, Knowing You
Bishop's title in many Eastern churches
Rock and Roll Hall of Famers since 2010
1970s-'80s group with a palindromic name
Group whose first U.S. hit was "Waterloo
Group with the hit 1978 album "The Album
Pop group spelled with a backward letter
Singing group on a Swedish postage stamp
Swedish band with the hit "Dancing Queen
Band that sang "Fernando" and "Chiquitita
Band whose songs are heard in "Mamma Mia!
Group whose music is heard in "Mamma Mia!
Pop group with a backward "B" in its name
Pop group named for its members' initials
Band with the first-ever mass-produced CD
Band that inspired the musical "Mamma Mia!
Fifteenth best-selling artists of all time
Foursome at a 2008 Stockholm film premiere
Group that inspired Broadway's "Mamma Mia!
Pop group heard in the musical "Mamma Mia!
Pop group with a backwards "B" in its logo
Band with the 1978 hit "Take a Chance on Me
Sugary Swedes, often covered by metal bands
Group whose logo looks the same in a mirror
Honey, Honey" and "Money, Money, Money" band
Alphabetically first pop group with a #1 hit
Band whose final new album was "The Visitors
Group whose music is featured in "Mamma Mia!
Golda's successor as Israeli foreign minister
Group that won 1974's Eurovision Song Contest
Source of the music for a 2001 theatrical hit
Two of its members wrote the music for "Chess
'70s quartet consisting of two married couples
Band that was composed of four Swedish singers
Band that won the 1974 Eurovision Song Contest
Band whose music was the basis for "Mamma Mia!
Group that was composed of two married couples
Pop group whose songs are heard in "Mamma Mia!
Swedish band in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
Group that originally went by the name Festfolk
Palindromic singers of the palindromic hit "SOS
Pop group that inspired a 2001 Broadway musical
Group correctly spelled with one mirrored letter
Title of bishops in Oriental Christian churches.
Pop group on a 1983 stamp in their native Sweden
Swedish pop group that sang "Money, Money, Money
Group that the tribute band Björn Again imitates
___ Gold" (compilation album with "Super Trouper")
Palindromic band with the palindromic song "S.O.S.
Agnetha, Benny, Björn, and Anni-Frid, collectively
Band that turned down $1 billion to reunite in 2000
Band with the hit song "I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do
Group whose second letter is often written backwards
Pop group whose name is coincidentally a rhyme scheme
Quartet whose name is made up of its members' initials
Swedish pop group whose biggest hit was "Dancing Queen
Swedish group that won the 1974 Eurovision Song Contest
Swedish pop group whose music is featured in "Mamma Mia!
Swedish pop quartet that won the 1974 Eurovision contest
Group whose last Top 40 hit was "When All Is Said and Done
Group winning the 1974 Eurovision Song Contest in Brighton
Pop group that broke through at the 1974 Eurovision contest
Swedish band whose name reads the same forward and backward
1970s band whose name reads the same forwards and backwards
First group alphabetically in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
Inspiration for the tribute bands Fernando Rising and Mamamia
Pop group whose tribute bands include A*Teens and Björn Again
___ Gold," 1992 album that has sold 28 million copies worldwide
Inspiration for the tribute bands Björn Again and Swede Dreamz
Pop group whose first Top 40 album was, appropriately, "Arrival
Alphabetically first inductee in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
The first band in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, alphabetically
Pop foursome that took its name from its members' first initials
Group whose name combines the first letters of its members' names
Swedish quartet whose hits included "Dancing Queen" and "Fernando
Band whose songs are featured in a hit 2001 musical and 2018 movie
Pop group whose music was the basis of a hit 2001 Broadway musical
Swedish band whose songs were adapted into the musical "Mamma Mia!
Swedish pop band of the 1970s that inspired the musical "Mamma Mia!
Band that won the 1974 Eurovision Song Contest with the song "Waterloo
Swedish pop group inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2010
Swedish pop band whose hits included "Fernando" and "Take a Chance on Me
Swedish pop quartet inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2010
Swedish band whose only #1 hit in the US was the 1976 song "Dancing Queen
Pop group whose name derives from the initials of its members' first names
Quartet that broke out in spring 1972, and the scheme of this puzzle's theme
Group who, according to urban legend, knew no English but phonetically learned the lyrics to all their songs
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