AN iconic pop group from the 1990s reunited for an upcoming television documentary that will reveal revelations about death threats and a harrowing fan assault.
The band, which produced three chart-topping singles on the Billboard Mainstream Top 40 chart, opened up about their tribulations.Ace of Base released many hit singles throughout the 1990s[/caption] The group never disbanded but have been relatively inactive[/caption]
Ace of Base, a colossal pop sensation, formed in 1987.
A few of their biggest hits include, All That She Wants, The Sign and Don’t Turn Around.
The documentary, All That She Wants: The Unbelievable Story of Ace of Base, that will air next year, will showcase the band’s troubling background.
In the documentary, the group reveal how Ulf Ekberg encountered death threats from right-wing extremists.
He previously took the stage in a bulletproof vest, and enlisted the services of bodyguards for global tours.
Meanwhile, Jenny Berggren endured a traumatic assault by a German fan in her residence.
The members consist of four siblings – Jonas, Linn, and Jenny, with Ulf.
Writing alongside a video of one of the band’s performances, One fan commented on Instagram: “Take me back to this time, the best years.”
Another fan added: “Back when music was still music.”A few of their biggest hits include, All That She Wants, The Sign and Don’t Turn Around[/caption] Ulf Ekberg of Ace of Base[/caption] The members originally consist of four siblings – Jonas, Linn, and Jenny, with Ulf[/caption]