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  • Audio CD (31 Mar. 2003)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Limited Edition, Import
  • Label: Wea
  • ASIN: B00008JLGC
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (28 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 245,686 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Disc: 1
1. Forever Not Yours
2. Minor Earth Major Sky
3. Manhattan Skyline
4. I've Been Losing You
5. Crying In The Rain
6. The Sun Always Shines On TV
7. Did Anyone Approach You
8. The Swing Of Things
9. Lifelines
10. Stay On These Roads
See all 14 tracks on this disc
Disc: 2
1. Scoundrel Days
2. Oranges On Appletrees
3. Cry Wolf
4. Dragonfly
5. Time And Again
6. Sycamore Leaves
7. A-ha Tourbook (Enhanced Video)

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By "myungs_nemesis" on 5 April 2003
Format: Audio CD
After much anticipation A-ha finally release a live CD. This brings back so many memories of their live performances over the years. From the stunning concert opener on the Lifelines tour, and also the opener on this CD, "Forever Not Yours" it is clear that A-ha have taken time to put their heart and soul into this live set. Crystal clear sound, stunning performances and fantastic crowd interaction into the bargain. The last studio album "Lifelines" was a fantastically well produced piece of music with some stunning songs and a lot of studio work and effects, but would this translate well to the live stage ?
This live set provides a fantastic introduction to the catalogue of A-ha with a great mix of older classics, some with a twist,just TRY to deny yourself the experience of the new acoustic version of "Stay On These Roads", and the newer songs like the haunting version of "Minor Earth Major Sky" which comes into it's own in this live version. "Did Anyone Approach You" is a real crowd pleaser and from the way the band performed on this, those that were there the night that this perfomance was recorded were truely blessed with A-ha firing on overdrive and giving it all that they had. However, the real surprise is how the newer material from the last 2 albums fits in so well with the older stuff. One really good example of this is the live version of "Lifelines" slotted in after a rather stunning version of "The Swing Of Things" and the afore mentioned "Stay On These Roads". The classics such as "Take On Me", " Hunting High And Low" and the stunning "Manhattan Skyline" all feel brand new in these new live versions from the Lifelines tour and how could you forget the extended version of " The Sun Always Shines On TV".
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By "minordistraction" on 7 July 2003
Format: Audio CD
....then this album will bring the memories back for you and remind you of how good A-ha were live. The highlights of this album for me are undoubtedly listening to the crowd singing back "Hunting High and Low" and "The Living Daylights" (and the unexpected reggae backbeat) - sends a shiver up the spine - and, of course, the 8 minute video "Tour BooK" that gives you a glimpse backstage and behind the scenes. The "Happy Birthday Morten" section is great - you get to see 2 of his rather saucy gifts.....
If you didn't get to see A-ha live this time, then buy this CD because it was amazing ! The CDs contain many of the old favourites and some of the new favourites. In "Summer Moved On", Morten held a note for what seems like an hour. Absolutely brilliant. The whole album doesn't disappoint at all. The only gripe (and it's a small one) I have is that I would have liked some more info on the sleeve of where the tracks were recorded. 10 out of 10 for the music though.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By P. Sanders VINE VOICE on 9 Sept. 2005
Format: Audio CD
I'm not a big fan of live CDs in general, but in this case it really adds to some songs. "Take On Me" sounds the best I've ever heard it, and you can feel the audience egging Morten on as he hits the amazingly long note in "Summer Moved On", but saving their applause until he hits the high note straight after it. A sturdy live set, though as other reviewers have said it would be nice to know which concert each of these songs came from. My only other gripe is that some songs I'd like to hear live ("Dragonfly"; "Oranges on Apple Trees") were only on the more expensive box-set. Still, for the casual fan this is good, and encouraging to think they still sound fresh and have so many loyal fans after so long. Not essential then, but fun, it makes you feel you could be there.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By H M Hemsley on 3 April 2003
Format: Audio CD
At last, AT LAST, the latest live A-ha album is available! The live versions of all the favourite songs are there, and you don't have to be a teeny-bopper from the 80s to enjoy it. The album contains songs from their "Take on Me" beginnings right through to their mature stuff, and girls it won't even bore the bloke in your life or cause them to reach for the Prozac! Turn the volume up, close your eyes and imagine you're right there in the concert hall! The revised versions of favourite songs bring interest to the CD as well.
The enhanced video track of the A-ha Tourbook was amusing - check out the love cuffs and latex shorts!!!! (you'll have to buy it to see what I mean!!:-))
The Digibox itself is fairly neat, but I was seriously underwhelmed by the 'poster' - a farty double sided A4 affair with the group on 1 side, taken from behind whilst on stage and taking up about a tenth of the photo, and the other side with Morten on it (a bit better).
Apart from that, I loved it, totally recommend it to you all!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By "rangerfoxtrot" on 2 April 2003
Format: Audio CD
I can't accurately convey the excitement caused by this album in the world of a-ha fans. To say it is fever pitch is an understatement. It is the album that fans have been waiting 18 years (yes 18!) for. This strength of feeling is borne out of sheer frustration that these guys have been continuously shunned by UK audiences due to their "boy-band" image created by industry professionals in the 1980s. The fact is, this band is so much more than a boy-band. They can all write songs and play their own instruments for a start!
This album is the final proof that a-ha can rock with the likes of U2, and that their live performances give credit to their undoubted talents. My only quibble is that not enough of the crowd atmosphere, that is part of the live a-ha experience, has been captured in the production. However, all the hits are here, and more! There are some amazing interpretations of older songs - a reggae "Living Daylights", and gorgeous performances by the usually non-vocalist Paul on "Sycamore Leaves" and Magne on "Dragonfly". Some of the real oldies are here too: the title of this album is a line from sublime "The Swing of Things", which is given an up-to-date interpretation in the live arena.
The recent album "Lifelines" is their most mature, accomplished work. But the bonus of this album is the comparison of older work with the new. Each song runs smoothly into another, without revealing any age-gap. Indeed, I would guess that a fully-supported (by their UK record company) release of "I've been losing you" would fare as well now as it did at the height of their fame. Such is the strength of their back catalogue.
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