The legendary pop group's complete Wembley Arena show from November 10th 1979, featuring a rare performance of 'I'm Still Alive'. By the time ABBA played this concert, they had spent five years in the public spotlight - although it seems a short time now, they had lived several lives in that period. Comprising of writers Bjorn Ulvaeus and Benny Andersson, and the incomparable vocals of Agnetha Faltskog and Anni-Frid Lyngstad, ABBA shot to international fame by winning the Eurovision Song Contest in Brighton UK in 1974. From that moment on, they had moved through the glam'n'glitter of 'Arrival', the megastardom of 'ABBA - The Album' and the gloss and embracing of disco of 'Voulez-Vous'. ABBA's concerts in London at the end of the '70s - the decade that they helped to shape musically - quickly became the stuff of legend. For a group that toured only a handful of times, these shows were a pinnacle, coming near the end of their touring life.