This is the rare unreleased ABBA recording of "Svea Svea". As mentioned in "ABBA - The Complete Recording Sessions", the recording was started in July, 1971, with "dummy" Swedish lyrics. ABBA never finished the song, or wrote proper lyrics for it. In 1974 ABBA simply erased their main lead vocal, leaving Agnetha and Frida's backing vocals, and their bass player Rutger Gunnarsson simply added his lead vocal. It was released as Polar 1188, which puts it between the Swedish single version of Waterloo, and the English single version. The 45 is credited on the label to Rutger and the "Kvartetten Bröderna Brothers Trio" (The brother brother's quartet trio) along with the "Viggsö Hafsartilleriregemente" (Viggsö Sea Artillery Regiment). This is an "in-joke" because ABBA and Stig had summer-houses on Viggsö island. The flitered vocal has now found its way onto youtube.