The 40th issue of the ABBA Magazine was published in October 1981 and focused on an interview with Benny who mentioned a number of new songs which had been completed for ABBA's next album including "Two For The Price Of One", "Slipping Through My Fingers" and "When All Is Said And Done".
In the editorial section of the the magazine there is a mention that the 12" version of "Lay All Your Love On Me" was the first to reach the Top 10 in the UK. There was also mention of Micke B Tretow's group Caramba and their single "Habba Habba Zoot Zoot".
The second major article covers some of the people involved in ensuring that ABBA and their video's appear on TV to ensure maximum impact.
The back cover of the magazine has a picture of Agnetha surrounded by tulips.