The ABBA song "Gimme! Gimme! Gimme!" covered by

"Gimme! Gimme! Gimme! (A Man After Midnight)", written and composed by Benny Andersson & Björn Ulvaeus, with the lead vocal sung by Agnetha Fältskog, is one of Swedish pop group ABBA's biggest Eurodisco hits. It was recorded and released in 1979 with "The King Has Lost His Crown" as the B-side. It appears on ABBA's Greatest Hits Vol. 2 album, as well as their best-selling album, Gold: Greatest Hits. The song hit No. 1 in Belgium, Finland, France, Ireland, and Switzerland, while reaching the Top 3 in Austria, West Germany, Great Britain, The Netherlands, and Norway. It also proved to be ABBA's most successful song in Japan, hitting #17. -- Wikipedia

The ABBA song Gimme! Gimme! Gimme! was covered by ...

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  • Caravelli covered it on her 1980 album "Manureva".
  • Paraguayan-Brazilian singer Perla covered it in 1980 as "Diga Que Me Quer". Her version was released in her 2002 compilation "Perla Canta Abba E Outros Hits".
  • The Sisters of Mercy covered it live in 1984.
  • Erasure covered it on their 1986 single "Oh l'amour".
  • Leather Nun covered it on their 1987 album "Force of Habit".
  • Abbacadabra covered it on their 1992 album "Abbasalute".
  • Dusty Cowshit covered it on their 1995 album "Coventry & West Ham".
  • The San Francisco Gay Men's Chorus recorded a cover of the song for their 1997 album "ExtrABBAganza!".
  • Punk rock band Attaque 77 made a cover it in Spanish as "Dame, Dame, Dame" on its 1998 tribute album "Otras Canciones".
  • A*Teens covered it on their 1999 album "The ABBA Generation". When the single came out in the winter of 1999 in Sweden, it earned a Gold certification. It also became their third top ten hit there and the band's third top 40 hit in Germany. The song peaked at number 51 in Switzerland, number 27 in the Netherlands, number 20 in Mexico and number 22 in Argentina and Chile. It was also recorded in Spanish for the Latin American promotion that started in early 2000.
  • Denise Van Outen covered it for the 1999 compilation "Abbamania".
  • Abbaration covered it on their 2000 album "A Tribute to Abba".
  • Angeleyes covered it on their 2000 album "Abbadance".
  • Black Ingvars covered it on their 2000 album "Kids Superhits".
  • Guitar virtuoso Yngwie Malmsteen covered it on his 2000 compilation "Anthology 1994-1999".
  • Sinergy covered it for their 2001 compilation "A Tribute to Abba".
  • Therapy? covered it on their 2001 single "Gimme Back My Brain".
  • An instrumental electronica cover of the song by Motor Industries can be found on the 2001 compilation "The Electronic Tribute to ABBA.
  • Star Academy (France) In 2001, the song was successfully covered by the first edition of the French TV reality show Star Academy 1. The song was credited to Olivia Ruiz, Jenifer Bartoli and Carine Haddadou, three of the contestants. This version went straight to number-one in France, disloging Star Academy's previous hit, "La Musique (Angelica)", and stayed atop for two weeks.
  • Beseech covered it on their 2002 album "Souls Highway".
  • The Nils Landgren Funk Unit covered it on their 2004 album "Funky ABBA".
  • French Techhouse project Shana Vanguarde covered the song in 2004, eliminating most of the lyrics and retaining a looped sample at the end of the chorus before the eight-bar instrumental.
  • Heavy metal vocalist Doro Pesch with comedian Dirk Bach covered it on the 2005 compilation "ABBA Mania".
  • Eldissa covered it on their 2005 album "What a Difference...".
  • Finnish a cappella choral ensemble Rajaton covered it on its 2006 album "Rajaton Sings ABBA With Lahti Symphony Orchestra".
  • Sawa Kobayashi covered it for the 2006 chill out music compilation "ABBA Chill Out".
  • Funhouse covered the song on their 2007 EP "Don't Wanna Know Me".
  • Amanda Seyfried, Ashley Lilley & Rachel McDowall covered it for the 2008 "Mamma Mia - The Movie Soundtrack".
  • Damhnait Doyle covered it on her 2008 album "Lights Down Low".
  • String Tribute Players covered it in 2008.
  • American group BNB covered it in a jazz/lounge music style on their 2008 album "Bossa Mia: Songs of ABBA".
  • Spanish singer Edurne covered it in Spanish as "Dame, Dame, Dame Amor Esta Noche" for her 2008 album "Première".
  • Idol 2008 winner Kevin Borg sang his version on the Top 9 final performance show and also a studio version was released on the Idol 2008 best of cast recording, replacing "gimme a man after midnight" with "gimme your love after midnight".
  • Australian singer Lee Adam Wilshier included an instrumental cover of the song on his 2008 album "Lover Man".
  • Spanish folk metal band Mago de Oz covered the song as a B-side for its 2010 single "Que el Viento Sople a tu Favor".
  • Siddhi J Sundt covered it on his 2012 album "ABBA Classics".

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