The good people of 1993 didn't know they wanted a new ABBA, but when "All That She Wants" hit radio, that's exactly what they got. The Swedish foursome had a hot brunette, a hot blonde and two anonymous dudes nobody cared about. Almost nobody in America knew their names (and they couldn't pronounce them if they did), but for a good year or two they were huge. "All That She Wants," "The Sign" and "Beautiful Life" were everywhere. Stephanie Tanner's band even covered them when they played the Smash Club on Full House. But then the decade ended, their music fell off the charts and everyone decided they hated them. That's where we are now.