Thank You for the Music is the title of a box set by the Swedish pop group ABBA, released in 1994. It has 66 tracks (separated onto four discs), including songs from the early ABBA days, such as "People Need Love" and "He Is Your Brother", as well as their most popular and recognisable songs ("Dancing Queen" and "Mamma Mia" etc.). Many (but not all) non-album B-sides appear on the box set, many appearing on CD for the first time.
The fourth CD includes a host of rarities, most notable being the "ABBA Undeleted" excerpt, which is a 23-minute medley of various songs that never saw the light of day either as a single or as an album track. It also contains some of the group's songs in different languages, as well as an alternate version of "Thank You for the Music", the song "Dream World" (dating back to the Voulez-Vous sessions) and the Super Trouper outtake, "Put On Your White Sombrero".
In 2008 the Thank You for the Music box set was reissued in downsized packaging with a revised booklet, with the full versions of Eagle, Lovelight, and Voulez-Vous, due to the wrong mixes being issued on the original release.
"ABBA Undeleted: Scaramouche / Summer Night City (early version) / Take a Chance on Me (early instrumental version) / Baby (early version of Rock Me) / Just a Notion / Rikky Rock ’n’ Roller / Burning My Bridges / Fernando (early Swedish solo version by Frida) / Here Comes Rubie Jamie / Hamlet III Part 1 & 2 / Free as a Bumble Bee / Rubber Ball Man / Crying Over You / Just Like That / Givin’ a Little Bit More" (Outtake medley; Previously Unreleased)
Andersson, Anderson, Ulvaeus
"Waterloo" (French/Swedish Version medley; Both Versions Previously Released Separately)