Top A-ha Albums
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MTV Unplugged - Summer Solstice
MTV Unplugged - Summer Solstice
[2017]
Time and Again: The Ultimate
Time and Again: The Ultimate
[2016]
Cast In Steel
Cast In Steel
[2015]
25 (Deluxe Version)
25 (Deluxe Version)
[2010]
Foot of the Mountain - EP
Foot of the Mountain - EP
[2009]
Rhino Hi-Five: a-ha - EP
Rhino Hi-Five: a-ha - EP
[2005]
Lifelines (Deluxe Edition)
Lifelines (Deluxe Edition)
[2002]
Minor Earth, Major Sky - EP
Minor Earth, Major Sky - EP
[2000]
Minor Earth, Major Sky (Deluxe Edition)
Minor Earth, Major Sky (Deluxe Edition)
[2000]
Memorial Beach (Deluxe Edition)
Memorial Beach (Deluxe Edition)
[1993]
East of the Sun, West of the Moon (Deluxe Edition)
East of the Sun, West of the Moon (Deluxe Edition)
[1990]
Stay On These Roads (Deluxe Edition)
Stay On These Roads (Deluxe Edition)
[1988]
Scoundrel Days (Deluxe Edition)
Scoundrel Days (Deluxe Edition)
[1986]
Hunting High and Low
Hunting High and Low
[1985]
Hunting High and Low (Deluxe Edition)
Hunting High and Low (Deluxe Edition)
[1985]
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Take On Me A Little Bit Afternoon High And You Tell Me Angel In The Snow Barely Hanging On Between Your Mama And Yourself Cannot Hide Cold As Stone Cold River Cry Wolf Crying In The Rain Dark Is The Night For All Did Anyone Approach You Dragonfly Dream Myself Alive Early Morning East Of The Sun Forever Not Yours Heaven's Not For Saints Here I Stand And Face The Rain How Sweet It Was Hunting High And Low Hurry Home I Call Your Name I Wish I Cared I Won't Forget Her I've Been Losing You Lamb To The Slaughter Less Than Pure Lie Down In Darkness Lifelines Little Black Heart Living A Boy's Adventure Tale Locust Love Is Reason Manhattan Skyline Mary Ellen Makes The Moment Count Maybe Maybe Memorial Beach Minor Earth, Major Sky Move To Memphis Nonstop July October Oranges On Apple Trees Out Of Blue Comes Green Rolling Thunder Scoundrel Days Shapes That Go Together Slender Frame Soft Rains Of April Solace Stay On These Roads Summer Moved On Sycamore Leaves The Blood That Moves The Body The Blue Sky The Company Man The Living Daylights The Sun Always Shines On TV The Sun Never Shine That Day The Swing Of Things The Way We Talk The Weight Of The Wind There's A Reason For It There's Never A Forever Thing This Alone Is Love Thought That It Was You Time And Again To Let You Win Touchy Train Of Thought Turn The Lights Down Velvet Waiting For Her We're Looking For The Whales White Canvas X-mas Time You Are The One You Wanted More You'll End Up Crying You'll Never Get Over Me Analogue Birthright Celice Cosy Prisons Don't Do Me Any Favors Driftwood Halfway Through The Tour Holyground Keeper Of The Flame Make It Soon Over The Treetops The Fine Blue Line The Summers Of Our Youth White Dwarf Monday Mourning Go To Sleep Sunny Mystery Butterfly Butterfly (the Last Hurrah) What There Is Nothing Is Keeping You Here The Love Goodbye Spanish Steps Case Closed On Silver Shore Shadowside Presenting Lily Mars Dot The I Real Meaning Riding The Crest Tell Me What You See 9 Dream Mother Nature Goes To Heaven Start The Simulator The Bandstand Never Never Minor Key Sonata (analogue) Days On End Stop! And Make Your Mind Up You Have Grown Thoughtful Again Foot Of The Mountain All The Planes That Come In On The Quiet Nothing To It Differences (original Demo) Hall In Love Hall In Hate Under The Makeup What's That You're Doing To Yourself Trees Will Not Grow On The Sand
Related Information for A-ha
a-ha is a Norwegian new wave band. The trio, composed of lead vocalist Morten Harket, guitarist Paul Waaktaar-Savoy and keyboardist Magne Furuholmen, formed in 1982 and left Oslo, Norway for London in order to make a career in the music business. The origin of the name a-ha comes from the lyric of an early song. After checking dictionaries in several languages, they found out that 'a-ha' was an international way of expressing recognition, with positive connotations. It was short, a-ha was easy to say and somewhat unusual.The first song to break through into the mainstream culture was Take On Me, which was featured on the album Hunting High And Low; a main reason for its popularity was the music video th... read more