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A-Ha - Live at Vallhall - Homecoming


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  • Actors: A-HA
  • Format: Color, Dolby, Full Screen, PAL, Import
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo), English (Dolby Digital 5.1)
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish, French, Italian, Dutch
  • Region: Region 2 (Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: WARNER
  • DVD Release Date: October 22, 2002
  • Run Time: 75 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (39 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000063TE2
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #216,867 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "A-Ha - Live at Vallhall - Homecoming" on IMDb

Special Features

  • Un documentaire sur leur sept années de pause
  • Les interviews
  • Les séquences live inédites
  • 4 clips vidéo de "Velvet", "Summer Moved" et de "Minor Earth Major Sky"
  • Les titres:
  • 1. Minor Earth Major Sky
  • 2. The Sun Never Shone That Day
  • 3. Little Block Heart
  • 4. l've Seen 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. The, Sun Always Shines on TV
  • 15. The Living Daylights
  • 16. Hunting High and Low
  • 17. Summer Moved On
  • 18. Crying In The Rain
  • 19. Take On Me

Editorial Reviews

This DVD is a recording of the first of two sell-out shows at Oslo Norway's new football arena in March of 2001. The 175 minute DVD features 21 tracks, including unreleased footage, interviews, 4 videos from Minor Earth Major Sky.

Customer Reviews

Great sounding, many older favorites mixed with their new songs and sound.
J. Bilby
The songwriting has touches of male and female nuances/perspectives and the background vocalist complements Harket so well.
Brian Wallace (Co-author of It's Not Your Hair)
It really is a great Live Concert with alot of DVD extras like interviews and behind the scenes video.
H. Scott Kitchen

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Sandy on February 6, 2003
Format: DVD
This is the first time that a-ha releases a full concert on DVD. It was the final concert of the Minor Earth Major Tour in Oslo, and the crowd was composed from fans from every corner of the planet. Some came from as far away as Japan and Brazil.
Four types of people should get this DVD.
One, the fans who are following the band since their beginnings, or even more recently - because if they have been to any show of the tour they will enjoy the memories and if they have not, it will give them an idea of how it felt.
Two, the fans who liked them in the 80's and lost track after that - because they will be filled in about what they missed in the bonus features and get some of their favourite songs in a brand new live version.
Three, those who believe MTV and VH1 when they call a-ha 'one-hit wonders' - they will get the facts right in the bonus features.
Four, people who do not know a-ha yet and enjoy good pop-rock music with well-written lyrics and real sense of melody - because this is what a-ha is about.
I was in the crowd at that concert, and I loved every minute of it. Getting to live it again with this DVD is a real treat. If Magne is the most talkative, Paul is obviously enjoying himself playing guitar (he rocks) and singing backing vocals. He is keeping an eye on everyone on stage. Morten has the difficult task to pull out some often very demanding songs until the end. I still think singing "Summer Moved On" at the end of a concert is suicidal, but he seems to go through it without problem. The backing band is doing a great job and the graceful Anelli Drecker (from the Norwegian band Bel Canto) brings a welcome feminine presence on stage.
The track list is a mix of old and new songs.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By P. Emeott on February 10, 2003
Format: DVD
It is nothing short of a crime that a-ha are not the stars in the U.S. that they continue to be in all of Europe. I guess we have Warner Music to thank for that. This is a band that improves with every album they release. This DVD, their live comeback after a 7-year hiatus, is a crowning acheivement. It shows just how far they've come from the relatively empty-headed synth-pop song "Take On Me," that is unfortunately all most Americans know about them. The concert, in support of MINOR EARTH MAJOR SKY, is beautifully staged and shot. The sound quality is pristine, especially if you have a 5.1 system. Wow. The band is aging well (all in their early 40's), and the re-workings of older songs are pulled off flawlessly. Expect more guitars than synthesizers, and not a drum machine in sight. The DVD is packed with great extras, including four videos from MINOR EARTH.... There are also extensive interviews, backstage footage, and a bonus live performance. Worth every penny you'll spend on it. P.S. Morten can still hit those high notes. I'd like to hear any flavor-of-the-month pop star try to compete.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By J. Bilby on November 29, 2002
Format: DVD
This DVD A-ha live at Vallhall (HOMECOMING) wasn't
the easiest to find. I found a USA non-PAL format
finally and this disk is loaded with extra's.
Great live concert of the 2000 "Minor Earth Major Sky"
tour peformed in their native Norway Spring 2001.
Great sounding, many older favorites mixed with their new
songs and sound. Very enjoyable group, adult songs played
with their usual class and no frills adds up to a better than
average pop concert. Nice lighting not overdone. What I
think makes this whole DVD worth the price is the 4 videos
from "Minor Earth Major Sky", especially enjoyed the "Velvet"
clip, disturbing in a macabre way but its nice to see A-ha not
take itself so seriously, thats what I like most about getting
to know the years I'd missed when the USA decided to pull the
plug on these talented outfit after their late 1980's 2nd collection. Great to have them back performing. Also, live interviews mixed with what A-ha members (side solo projects)
have been doing from (1994'-2000)when they went their own ways.
They are making their best music now and look forward to them
changeing their minds and come back to the states for some shows.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By tadmor on June 28, 2003
Format: DVD
This dvd puts the emphasis on a-ha the band - not the video pretty boys. There are not a lot of special effects or theatrical visuals in this concert. Instead the concert showcases how well the band plays together (they're not just a studio creation). Morten Harket's voice is terrific - he's on key and he has an amazing range...almost operatic. What a sweet voice..just beautiful. Their music translates very well live too - they have evolved from being a synth band to a much warmer natural sound...drums, guitars, strings.
Though a-ha continues to make great new music (check out "Lifelines"), "Take on Me" at the end of the concert is a highlight for me. They seem to really enjoy playing it still. It sounds great live. They look like they're having fun, everyone is smiling. That is not an easy song to sing, and Morten does a great job. The band just let's loose and you can feel the energy pick up. It's a great moment.
One thing though, Morten needs to leave the sound device in his ear alone. It is really distracting - at times I thought he was going to stick his whole arm up his ear.
P.S. check out their latest live cd "how can I sleep with your voice in my head" - it's great.
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