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Analogue Enhanced, Import

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International pressing of their 2005 album for Universal. 13 tracks in all including the first single, 'Celice'. Quite possibly their best album since their commercial heyday, Morten, Magne and Pal remain true to their unique sound, yet also allow modern technology and mature moods to creep into the music. Not as dramatic and softly atmospheric as their recent releases, 'Analogue' delivers great songs and outstanding vocals from Morten. Universal.

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Celice
  2. Don't Do Me Any Favours
  3. Cosy Prisons
  4. Analogue
  5. Birthright
  6. Holyground
  7. Over The Treetops
  8. Halfway Through The Tour
  9. Fine Blue Line
  10. Keeper of the Flame
  11. Make It Soon
  12. White Dwarf
  13. Summers Of Our Youth


Product Details

  • Audio CD (November 14, 2005)
  • Imported ed. edition
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Enhanced, Import
  • Label: Polydor/Universal International
  • ASIN: B000BI0QNC
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (65 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #194,466 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By A. Gammill VINE VOICE on November 8, 2005
Format: Audio CD
With their 8th studio album, a-ha has come up with something that will both surprise and reassure long-time fans. Three of the first 4 tracks sound like nothing the band has ever done. The sensual urgency of "Celice" and "Don't Do Me Any Favours" is underscored with driving guitars. . .something different indeed for the keyboard-driven pop stars. The title track rocks in a similar vein as well. These changes may be a bit jarring at first for fans, but they are a great opening statement.

Things settle down with the lovely "Birthright" and "Holyland", the latter of which has quickly become my favorite track on the album. The a-ha we know and love is back in place throughout the rest of the album, with Morten Harkett in fine vocal form with the heartfelt material. This latter half has much in common with the LIFELINES album, which is not a bad thing at all.

ANALOGUE does occasionally bog down in the middle, with the lukewarm "Over the Treetops," and the lenghty "Halfway Through the Tour" and its sleepy final 3 minutes of instrumentation. It's epic length without epic strength.

Still, there's much to recommend here, and a-ha fans are sure to enjoy it. If you're new to the band (or just rediscovering them), I'd recommend you first get their 2000 masterpiece, MINOR EARTH MAJOR SKY. But ANALOGUE is a fine addition to their catalogue, and hopefully one that will bring them continued international success.
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I've been a long time fan of this talented Norway trio and

have watched their ups and downs since Hunting High and Low.

I can't recall a group that has been giving such disrespect

from the music critics over the years. A-ha came back in 2000

and have given us 3 studio cd's and a live set, all containing

some of the most moving, commerically accessible tunes most

bands would die to write and perform yet they are still regarded

here in the states as one hit wonders? "Analogue", the 8th A-ha

collection finds this band making the best music of their

lengthly careers. Morton Harket's vocals on this effort are

nothing but exceptional start to finish, no wonder bands like

Keane, U2 and Coldplay speak out so highly of this band, its a

shame, music with so much style and craft must take the back

seat. A-ha needs a big push from their new label Universal-Polydor, and some AIRPLAY and help from MTV and VH1, a great

video to push, some great reviews and some good old fashioned

concerts all around the country. This band deserves a chance

like they are getting in England and a fan base like they've

had in Germany. They need to push the songs "Analogue", "Birthright", "Cosy Prisons", "Celice",

"Don't do me any favors" as well as the other excellent cuts

"The summers of our youth", "A fine blue line", "White Dwarf",

"Keeper of the flame". With help from an old pro, Graham Nash

lending backup vocals on "Over the treetops" and "Cosy Prisons" this I

would agree has so many Beatles classic sounds and give this

effort the much needed credibility to promote. Music that is

written so well, sounds so good and is so heartfelt needs to be

heard.
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This album is yet another accomplished effort from the Norwegian trio. Since the 80's, a-ha has gone from synths and drummachines to more guitar and piano in the 90's and now to a more rich and organic sound for their albums of the new millenium. This is especially true with their latest effort, Analogue.

The sound might be somewhat different, but the typical melancholic and well written songs are there together with Morten's excellent voice, wich he on this album takes to a bit of a different level.

The album includes two songs with the legendary Graham Nash ( from the Crosby Stills and Nash ) on backing vocals. The two songs are " Cosy Prisons " and " Over the Treetops ". The latter has a bit of a 60's feel to it and cool guitar work. Something that perhaps is a bit surprising to people, but a-ha grew up with 60's music and was very much influenced by that before they started with a-ha.

Other stand outs are: " Analogue ", " Celice ", " Don't Do Me Any Favours ", " Keeper of the Flame ", " White Dwarf ", " A Fine Blue Line ", " Holy Ground ", " Birthright " and " Summers of Our Youth ", wich is a duet between Morten Harket and Magne Furuholmen.

AND these songs sounds even better live. Get the maxi singles of " Celice " and especially " Analogue " wich includes live versions from Frognerparken concert in their hometown of Oslo in Norway ( audience of 150 000 !! )

Next a-ha album is said to be ready in 2007.
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Sometimes I like the fact that a-ha never remained popular in the US. For those of us who always liked them and the rest that discovered them along the way and stayed on for the ride, a-ha is our beloved secret. It did not take long for a-ha's new album to grow on me. As usual some of those songs remain in your head after listening to them and you anticipate playing the CD again and again to get that somewhat euphoric feeling. The very first track, CELICE really grew on me and I quite enjoy it. At first I thought it wasn't quite up to their usual aesthetics but I was wrong. CELICE is very good. I was also engrossed by COSY PRISONS, ANALOGUE, BIRTHRIGHT and WHITE DWARF. They all give me a little boost of the spirit and I like that feeling. At first I thought this CD was just an extension of their last two studio CDs but ANALOGUE really is in a new yet familiar sounding direction. This CD is very soothing and relaxing to listen to. The sound of a-ha is still there. It is forever present. I don't know how else to describe what I feel about this CD other than to say that I like it, it sounds very good and it is eminently soothing and relaxing and a pure enjoyment. A-ha seems to be the best kept secret in the USA, but that's fine with me as long as we still get the word out.
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