13 Things You Didn't Know About Ace Of Base
In the '90s, you saw the sign. And damn straight it opened your eyes.
The band's original name was Tech Noir.
The name that they came to (Ace of Base, duh) was sort of inspired by Motorhead’s song, "Ace of Spades."
The original band included three siblings.
The line-up now includes two new female members.
Britney Spears covered "All That She Wants."
BTW, people STILL don't know what this song is about.
Ulf (far left) was once accused of being a neo-Nazi.
The band's 1994 hit, "Don't Turn Around," was actually covered by several artists before Ace of Base's version.
Of course, the best cover anyone's ever done of an Ace of Base song was on "Full House."
Oh, they're Swedish. You knew that though, right?
Has it really been 20 years since "The Sign" came out?
Bananarama wrote and recorded "Cruel Summer" in 1983.
Ace of Base did their version in 1998.
Ace of Base 2.0 released an album called "The Golden Ratio" in 2010.
Take a trip down memory lane that’ll make you feel nostalgia AF