Headlines and Deadlines: The Hits of A-ha is a greatest hits album by Norwegian new wave band A-ha. It was released on 4 November 1991 by Warner Bros. The album reached number 12 in the UK Albums Chart. It was re-released on 22 September 1998. The new song "Move to Memphis" is featured on this album, and was released as a single in 1991. Move to Memphis" was later re-recorded for their fifth studio album, Memorial Beach. The DVD of the same name also includes 18 videos.
Headlines And Deadlines (1991). This "greatest hits" album was released by Warner Music worldwide (except in the US and Canada) in 1991. It contains 15 of a-ha's "hits" as well as a new track, "Move to Memphis," which was released as a new single to promote the CD. To coincide with the album, Warner also released a DVD including the videos to all the songs from the album; it was the first commercial release of a-ha videos.
Greatest hits album by a-ha. 4 November 1991 22 September 1998 (re-release). The album reached in the UK Albums Chart. It was re-released in 1998. The new song "Move to Memphis" was featured on this album, and was released as a single in 1991.
UK vinyl LP pressing. Headlines and Deadlines: The Hits of a-ha is a greatest hits compilation by Norwegian pop trio A-ha, originally released in 1991 by Warner Bros. One 'new' song - "Move to Memphis" - was featured on this album, and was released as a single. A-ha formed in Oslo in 1982.
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"British album certifications – A Ha – Headlines And Deadlines - The Hits Of". British Phonographic Industry. A second version of the song, re-worked by A-ha in 1988 appeared on their third album, Stay on These Roads; when interviewed on a late-night show in 1987, Barry said that he found working with the band exhausting secondary to the band's insistence on using their own version of the song for release. In an interview with Hotrod Magazine, keyboardist Magne Furuholmen said that " fight with Barry left a rather unpleasant aftertaste, he compared us to Hitlerjugend in a newspaper interview.
a-ha’s concert at Ullevaal Stadium fifteen years ago today was the arena’s first concert since its foundations were laid in 1926 xperience on June 8 kicked off a concert tour which brought a-ha all over the world. Among those performing during the 10-hour concert were Norway’s Sondre Lerche (then 19 years old), Sweden’s A Camp and Denmark’s SAYBIA.
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