3. The original band included three siblings.
The original line-up (clockwise from top left): Ulf “Buddha” Ekberg, Jonas “Joker” Berggren, Jenny Berggren, and Linn Berggren. They were all in their early twenties when their debut album, “Happy Nation,” was released in 1993.
5. Britney Spears covered “All That She Wants.”
She altered the lyrics and the song was never released.
6. BTW, people STILL don’t know what this song is about.
“All that she wants is another baby.” Is it a real baby? Is it a boyfriend-baby? Or was there a missing comma — All that she wants is another, baby — in which case, is “another” a drink? Dessert? OMG, JUST TELL US ALREADY.
7. Ulf (far left) was once accused of being a neo-Nazi.
His association is a bit unclear, however, in ‘93, a Swedish newspaper apparently reported that he was once a member of a band called “Commit Suiside” (yes, spelled that way), which sang racist songs. According to the Toronto Sun, Ulf was “a drug and alcohol-abusing teenager, when he was a member of a neo-Nazi skinhead gang.”
8. The band’s 1994 hit, “Don’t Turn Around,” was actually covered by several artists before Ace of Base’s version.
Tina Turner was the first (her version was never released). Neil Diamond and Bonnie Tyler are also among the handful of artists who have sung this song.
9. Of course, the best cover anyone’s ever done of an Ace of Base song was on “Full House.”
Stephanie Tanner’s band “Girl Talk” did their best with “The Sign.”
12. Bananarama wrote and recorded “Cruel Summer” in 1983.
Ace of Base did their version in 1998.
- Hillary Clinton came closer than ever to attacking Donald Trump's character and tied her opponent to the "alt-right" movement.
- Italy declared a state of emergency in the regions hardest hit by Wednesday's earthquake. At least 250 people have died and 400 others were injured.
- And we asked tourists and locals in Nice, France, what the burkini ban means to them.