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Also doing well was Ace Of Base with The Sign, and Toni Braxton with Breathe Again.
Last year's concert featured performances by American dance pop band No Mercy, Jenny from Swedish pop group Ace of Base, Trinidian singer Haddaway and German duo La Bouche, among others.
Zayne has also previously worked with industry veterans and musicians including bassist Jae Deal (Janet Jackson, Lady Gaga), guitarist Brady Cohan (American Idol band) and such acts as Matisyahu, Dragonette, The Stereos, and Ace of Base.
Taking advantage of the influences of their new location in London, Danish outfit Alphabeat are set to make the biggest Scandic pop splash since the heyday of Ace Of Base and A-ha.
Contactmusic quoted her as saying: "I'm kind of thinking I want to do my record like a mesh between 'Lovefool' by the Cardigans and 'The Sign' by Ace of Base.
2 Ace Of Base had a UK No1 single with All That She Wants
Although with acts like Roxette, Ace of Base, Whigfield and Right Said Fred, maybe you'd rather forget them.
Others, like Ace of Base, Roxette, the Cardigans, Emilia, Meja, Robyn, Rednex and Eagle-Eye Cherry are already familiar names overseas, where people are often unaware they are Swedish.