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Capitol’s soundtrack to the Universal crowd-pleaser Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again held down the top slot at iTunes through the weekend as the musical sequel pulled in $34m at the box office. (Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again was #1 globally, taking in $76.78m in 44 territories.)

Meanwhile, the soundtrack to the first film could be found at #2, and ABBA’s Gold: Greatest Hits was #5.

Streams of “Fernando” increased 134% on Sunday versus the previous Sunday. Cher and Andy Garcia’s version of the song from the soundtrack, meanwhile, spiked 458% over the weekend. As for some of the band's lesser-known tunes, the original version of “Andante, Andante” increased by 378% on Spotify over the weekend. See a breakdown of ABBA tracks that benefited from the movie's release below.

"Andante, Andante" — 378%
"Why Did It Have To Be Me" — 362%
"I’ve Been Waiting for You" — 332%
"My Love, My Life" — 292%
"When I Kissed the Teacher" — 291%
"Angel Eyes" — 193%
"I Wonder" — 166%
"One of Us" — 158%
"Kisses of Fire" — 153%
"The Name of the Game" — 148%
"Fernando" — 134%
"The Day Before You Came" — 124%
"Knowing Me, Knowing You" — 121%
"I Have A Dream" — 104%

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