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AHA - Live At Vallhall (CD + DVD) £4.99 @ CD Wow + Free Delivery (with voucher)
AHA - Live At Vallhall (CD + DVD) £4.99 @ CD Wow + Free Delivery (with voucher)

AHA - Live At Vallhall (CD + DVD) £4.99 @ CD Wow + Free Delivery (with voucher)

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The Norwegian synth-pop trio A-Ha burst onto the pop scene in 1985 with their debut single "Take On Me" reaching the top of the charts on both sides of the Atlantic. Equipped with good looks, pop hooks, and a groundbreaking video, A-Ha proved to be ideal MTV stars. The group was commissioned to compose the theme for the 1987 James Bond movie THE LIVING DAYLIGHTS, and though their chart presence diminished somewhat in the '90s, the title track of their 2005 album, ANALOGUE, returned the band to the U.K. Top 10 for the first time in a decade.

disc 1
1. Minor Earth Major Sky
2. Sun Never Shone That Day
3. Little Black Heart
4. I've Been Losing You
5. Manhattan Skyline
6. Thought That It Was You
7. I Wish I Cared
8. Cry Wolf
9. Mary Ellen Makes The Moment Count
10. Stay On These Roads
11. Early Morning
12. You'll Never Get Over Me
13. Velvet
14. Sun Always Shines On TV
15. Living Daylights
16. Hunting High And Low
17. Summer Moved On
18. Crying In The Rain
19. Take On Me
20. Summer Moved On [video]
21. Minor Earth Major Sky [video]
22. Velvet [video]
23. I Wish I Cared [video]
24. Interviews
25. Live Footage [previously unreleased]
disc 2
1. Take On Me [CD]
2. Living Daylights [CD]
3. Sun Always Shines On TV [CD]
4. Little Black Heart [CD]
5. Minor Earth Major Sky [CD]
6. Cry Wolf [CD]
7. Crying In The Rain [CD]
8. Manhattan Skyline [CD]
9. Sun Never Shone That Day [CD]
10. Stay On These Roads [CD]
11. You'll Never Get Over Me [CD]
12. Summer Moved On [CD]
13. Thought That It Was You [CD]
14. I've Been Losing You [CD]
15. Early Morning [CD]
16. Velvet [CD]
17. I Wish I Cared [CD]
18. Mary Ellen Makes The Moment Count [CD]
19. Hunting High And Low [CD]

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2 Comments

I read that as live in Vauxhall. Not where I'd expect A-Ha's fanbase to be strongest. Brap.

Are they dead now?
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