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Albums

2011

ending on a high note

A year ago this March, a-ha launched their final world tour in South America. The Ending on a High Note tour was a live celebration of a-ha’s 25 year career, which included stops in 63 cities in 21 countries, and culminated in four concerts in their home town of Oslo last December. ... More

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2010

25

As a-ha's twenty-five year career draws to a close, a new compilation called '25' will be released that includes hits and classics from all of their studio albums.... More

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2010

scoundrel days (deluxe edition)

The deluxe version of the remastered edition of a-ha's sophomore release Scoundrel Days has been expanded with demos for each album track; the B-side "This Alone Is Love" as well as unreleased live performances... More

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2010

hunting high and low (deluxe edition)

The deluxe remastered edition of a-ha's debut album Hunting High and Low uncovers several unreleased gems such as an instrumental version of "Take On Me" and an early version of the same song called "Lesson One"... More

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2009

foot of the mountain

"It was about time that we reached out a little more," says a-ha singer Morten Harket of the group's new album Foot Of The Mountain. The album marks a return to the classic pop sound that made a-ha one of the biggest acts in the world... More

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2005

analogue

After a three-and-a-half year break, Morten Harket, Magne Furuholmen and Paul Waaktaar-Savoy are back. With their eighth studio album and a European tour, a-ha continue their remarkable career... More

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2004

the singles 1984-2004

a-ha celebrated their 20th anniversary with the release of a new singles collection. Throughout their career, a-ha has officially released 32 singles. 13 of them became top ten singles in the UK, and... More

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2004

the demo tapes

"Allow me to present a unique historical document: an exclusive CD with 12 cuts from a-ha's glory days, available only as part of this publication. Here are the original demos of "Take On Me" and "The Swing of Things"... More

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2003

how can i sleep with your voice in my head

The live album came together by recording every show during the last six weeks of the tremendously successful and critically acclaimed Lifelines World Tour, which took a-ha from the Baltic States... More

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2002

lifelines

With Lifelines, a-ha began to collaborate in new ways. Eight of the songs are written by Magne, four of which were written together with Morten. The album went platinum in Norway, and the ensuing seven-month... More

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2000

minor earth | major sky

After reforming in 1998 to perform two songs together at the Nobel Peace Prize concert, a-ha decided to make it more than a one-time thing... More

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1993

memorial beach

"a-ha's sixth album, Memorial Beach, was recorded primarily at Prince's Paisley Park studios outside Minneapolis in the U.S. Featured among the tracks is "Angel in the Snow,"... More

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1991

headlines and deadlines

This "greatest hits" album was released by Warner Music worldwide (except in the US and Canada) in 1991. It contains 15 of a-ha's "hits" as well as a new track, "Move to Memphis," which was released as a new single to promote the CD... More

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1990

east of the sun, west of the moon

a-ha's fourth album, East Of The Sun, West Of The Moon, marked a departure from their previous albums, acoustic guitars were added into the mix, and the piano replaced the keyboard/synthesizer of previous albums... More

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1988

stay on these roads

a-ha's third album, described by Magne as "a hard album to make," added four more top 20 songs to a-ha's growing list of hits; the title track, 'The Blood That Moves the Body,' 'Touchy' and 'You Are the One.'... More

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1986

scoundrel days

Released in the midst of the 1986 world tour, songs from Scoundrel Days infused a-ha's live setlist with a new, darker sound. A departure from the pure pop of Hunting High and Low... More

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1985

hunting high and low

Beginning with a bang, a-ha's debut album sold more than eight million copies worldwide and spawned three #1 hits. In the fall of 1986, "Take On Me" and "The Sun Always Shines on T.V." were nominated for 11 MTV... More

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