I was watching ABBA perform on Dick Clark's American Bandstand, when I looked to the right on youtube.com it gave me other people, and other bands performing ABBA. So here's the best or most unique versions I found.

The first band up is a Canadian band called Rural Alberta Advantage doing "SOS". I liked this one because it is so original in it's sound.

Tina Arena covers one of my personal favs from the Swedish band.  Tina is an Australian singer-songwriter, musician, musical theater actress, and record producer. She is one of Australia's highest-selling female artists who appeared as a judge and mentor on the revival of the Australian television variety program Young Talent Time.

Culture Club, had their own hits like "I'll Tumble 4 Ya" "Karma Cameleon" and "Do You Really Want To Hurt Me", here they do a smoking version of "Voulez-Vous"

Peter and the Wolvettes, this video leaves a little to be desired, but I love the recording of "Dancing Queen" they are a vocal band from Berlin. Jennifer Kothe (Sopran)
Henriette Groth (Mezzo) Stefanie Polster (Alto) Peter Wehrmann (Drum&Bass)

Anna Eriksson,  is a Finnish pop and rock singer. She is one of the top selling artists in Finland. She does a great slow version of "When All Is Said And Done"

Which one do you like best? Make a comment.