Abba, the dance-pop group that wouldn't die, will get the tribute treatment courtesy of Evan Dando, Ash, Bananarama, and a host of others next month."ABBA - A Tribute, The 25th Anniversary Celebration" (so named because it marks the release of the band's first hit, "Waterloo") will also feature the Beach Boys' Mike Love, Peter Cetera & Ronna Reeves, Go West, Hazell Dean, Army Of Lovers, Information Society, and others. The collection will also carry a track from the Real Group, which features Abba vocalist Frida Synni-Lyngstad-Fredriksson-Andersson. Among the album's familiar cuts (like Erasure's previously released remake of "Take A Chance On Me"), are 12 tracks that have never been officially released in the U.S. If you're keeping score at home, Abba sold more than 300 million records worldwide with hits like "Dancing Queen," "Money Money Money," and "Fernando."